November 14, 2016|Announcement
Our PrimeAlert® Fire-EMS Station Alerting System, announces the successful go-live for the Kettering Fire Department in Kettering, Ohio.
The Kettering Fire Department deployed both PrimeAlert® IP, dispatching information via high-speed IP network, and PrimeAlert® Radio, sending dispatch information to first responders in the field via radio system.
The Kettering Fire Department has five fire stations. Three of the fire stations have the PrimeAlert® system installed for automated voice alerting. Two fire stations have added PrimeAlert® zoned fire station alerting.
Zoned fire station alerting is particularly useful in multi-unit fire stations, and is designed to help reduce sleep deprivation for first responders. Zoned station alerting automatically routes dispatches and alerting functions directly to the responders assigned to handle the emergency, allowing other responders to sleep uninterrupted, minimizing the negative effects of sleep deprivation
“By deploying the PrimeAlert® Fire-EMS Station Alerting System, the City of Kettering, Ohio has made a strong commitment to increase the safety and well-being of its citizens and its emergency responders. The station alerting technologies deployed in Kettering’s zoned fire stations reduce chronic, intermittent stress and sleep deprivation in first responders, and helps improve their health and well-being,”
– Glenn Neal, President and CTO, Locution Systems
The Kettering Fire Department’s fire stations also have a host of additional PrimeAlert® fire station alerting devices, including: