IMPORTANT: CNIP is used to connect the IAPs of different agencies -- something that has never before been possible. Example: CNIP received national attention at the 2007 All Star Game in San Francisco when, for the first time ever, it brought together the plans of all participating agencies. This included the Police and Fire Departments, Sheriff, Public Health, Transportation, Public Works, FBI, Homeland Security, Coast Guard, and the 95th Civil Support Team, among many others.
Also, with disaster looming, CNIP can be an invaluable training tool. The software meets NIMS' training standards and covers its full course curricula. Use CNIP to prepare all the personnel in your department!
Health experts say the flu may not take hold and spread with rapidity until next year. Time is of the essence. Make the right decision today. Update your SOPs with new software that will allow your staff to focus on more important response preparations.
Join the first responder organizations across the country that have downloaded the trial version of the CNIP software at http://www.ESIS-Systems.com. Or, contact us directly to discuss your purchase.
With everyone on board, the entire country can achieve complete connectivity and interoperability. Is there a better way to organize a national disaster?
Contact: Dan Linehan CNIP Co-Developer Emergency Services Interactive Systems (650) 291-4101 DLinehan@ESIS-Systems.com
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|SOURCE Emergency Services Interactive Systems|
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