5 Jul, 2018
EMR-ISAC: InfoGram, Volume 18 Issue 27, July 5, 2018
Emergency Management and Response-Information Sharing and Analysis Center (U.S.)
The Emergency Management and Response Information Sharing and Analysis Center's (EMR-ISAC) InfoGram is a weekly publication of information concerning the protection of critical infrastructures relevant to members of the Emergency Services Sector. This issue includes the following articles: "Watchtower app tracks first responders' vital signs, location"; "Faulty drug field test concerning for officer safety, evidence collection"; "IMAAC coordinating federal response to HazMat, CBRNE incidents"; and "Webinar: Combating Human Trafficking - The Role of Fire and EMS".
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  • Publisher
    Emergency Management and Response-Information Sharing and Analysis Center (U.S.)
  • Date
    5 Jul, 2018
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    Via E-mail
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Source
    InfoGram (July 5, 2018), v.18 no.27
  • Subject
    Infrastructure protection
  • Resource Group
    Newsletters
  • Series
    EMR-ISAC: InfoGram

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