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Keeping Ready A Disaster Recovery Site

Monday, October 9, 2017  
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Central Chapter Representative Joyce Starosciak, Administrative Services Manager for the Sacramento Regional Fire/EMS Communications Center, has written a featured article for the latest issue of CSMFO magazine. Her story, focused on emergency preparedness, details best practices for preparing and maintaining a disaster recovery site.

 

"Imagine an event occurring that cripples your current emergency operations centers or core public safety communication centers. Are you able to seamlessly transfer systems to an alternate location that can save the lives of your community?

 

The Sacramento Regional Fire/EMS Communications Center (SRFECC) is the fire/medical dispatch center for the 10 Fire Departments of Sacramento County.

 

Because it operates 24/7 365 days a year, onsite contingency plans exist for certain, probable failures and moderate disasters. Problems that include CAD downtime or power outages can be mitigated with redundant software systems, uninterruptible power supplies, and generators."

 

Click here to continuing reading the article "Keeping Ready a Disaster Recovery Site" on Page 32


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