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Triage Communications and Disaster Recovery

Triage Communications prepares disaster recovery fleets of self-contained, wireless communications networks for deployment to areas where telecommunication networks have failed due to natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, or solar flare activity. They are also ideally suited for man-made disruptions such as warfare, sabotage or faulty equipment installations.

We engineer and assemble closed-loop wireless networks that include thousands of wireless phones, modems, fire alarms, and security systems for strategic deployments. It is prudent for government agencies, utility companies, hospitals, police and fire units, and financial institutions to assemble alternative communication networks for their chains-of-command to insure organizational integrity until an emergency situation stabilizes.

There is no higher priority for an organization than a reliable communications capability. With the high level of stress associated with disaster situations, it becomes absolutely essential to prepare and rehearse for a backup communication strategy before the emergency situation occurs.

We hope that you will find suggestions at this site that help you and your organization with your alternative communications planning. But remember that in disaster situations, there never seem to be adequate resources. However, you will be expected to do your best, with the resources and personnel that are available at the time of the emergency. So plan ahead.

While searching through this site, we suggest that you start to make a comprehensive list of your emergency communication needs. The list should include:

Who will you need to communicate with? (Assume wireless networks are down)

Who will have communication expectations of you?

Will you need stand-alone capability for your equipment?

How will your contingency plans be affected by disruptions of your current wireless provider or an extended power grid failure? What about fuel shortages?    

Who will share the use (or the cost) of your communication equipment?

Will your communication equipment be easy to use if there is no time to train available emergency services personnel in communication procedures?

Will your organization need more than just telephones? How will you handle data transfer needs? Will you need wireless modems? How about wireless fire alarms, security alarms, or wireless sensors?  

These are just a few topics we hope will help you to launch a reliable emergency backup communication strategy that will work for you.

We hope that your search is enhanced through the use of this site.

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