Disaster Relief and Aid Missions – Increasing sensitivity to ’Emergency Response’
In disaster relief and aid missions – increasing sensitivity to ’Emergency Response’, GLOBALFORS has invested heavily in the development of a range of state-of-the-art solutions for public safety, humanitarian, peace operations and emergency situations.
GLOBALFORS Disaster and Crisis Management solutions consists of emergency alert systems, rapid deployment of shelters, facilities and medical care resources before, within and following a major disaster.
- Natural Disasters (Earthquake, Flood, Volcano, Tsunami)
- Disease outbreaks (H1N1, H5N1, Avian Flu, Ebola, SARS)
- Industrial incidents (Oil spill, Nuclear, Fires, Biological)
- Humanitarian (Refugees, Crop failure)
- Security (Terrorism, Civil Insurrection, etc.)
- Religious, Sportive & Social Events (Pilgrimage, Sports Events, Grand Social Events, etc.)
GLOBALFORS EARLY WARNING & ALERT SYSTEMS
GLOBALFORS Early Warning Systems use Next-Generation science and technology of monitoring systems to alert devices and people when alert is generated by a critical situation which is expected to arrive at their location. The seconds to minutes of advance warning can allow people and systems to take actions to protect life and property from destructive disasters.
Even a few seconds of warning can enable protective actions such as:
- Emergency responders
- Emergency responders
- Medical services
- Power infrastructure
Global Fors Orient Early Warning Network
The Global Fors Orient Early Warning system is a modular system that autonomously detects critical situations regarding minor and major disasters. The system modules consists of:
- Severe Thunderstorms Early Warning System
- Hail Early Warning System
- Forest Fires Early Warning System
- Floods & Flash Flood Early Warning System
- Cyclones Early Warning System
- Tsunami Early Warning System
- Heavy Rainfall Early Warning System
- Damaging Winds Early Warning System
- Other Threats
The Global Fors Orient Early Warning Network provides location based emergency alerts for severe thunderstorms, hail, forest-fires, floods, cyclones, tsunami, heavy rainfall, damaging winds and other threats. OEWN monitors and tracks potentially dangerous weather systems and uses the network to alert people directly in the path of an event.
OEWN manages custom alerting solutions such as flash flood alerts – where warnings are delivered to specific establishments, communities or locations vulnerable to flash or creek flooding. These can be triggered by remote sensors.
The Global Fors Orient Early Warning Network is a multi-channel emergency early warning system that provides the ability to instantly and simultaneously broadcast alerts and notifications to individuals or groups, over multiple communication mediums. The system is geographically aware, alerts can be sent sensitive to physical locations (district, town, city or map location) or any other grouping type OEWN or an emergency authority designates.
Centers of Excellence in Disaster Management for Civil-Military Collaboration to facilitate civil-military operations and cooperation:
- Rapid Deployable Mobile Disaster Coordination Unit & Centers
- Rapid Deployable Mobile Emergency Response Centers
- Rapid Deployable Mobile First Response Centers
- Rapid Deployable Mobile Emergency Communication Centers
- Rapid Deployable Mobile Command/Logistics Units
- Rapid Deployable Mobile Airfield Management Centers
- Rapid Deployable Mobile Casualty Management Centers
- Rapid Deployable Mobile Mortuary Container Units
- Rapid Deployable Mobile Law Enforcement Rapid Deploy Command Units
- Rapid Deployable Mobile EMERGENCY Room Units
- Rapid Deployable Mobile Medical Units & Hospitals
- Rapid Deployable Mobile HYPERBARIC Oxygen therapy rooms
Rapid Deployable Mobile Disaster Coordination Unit & Centers
GLOBALFORS Rapid Deployable Mobile Disaster Response Coordination Unit & Centers facilitates coordination in disaster preparedness, consequence management and health security to develop domestic, foreign and international capability and capacity.
GDCU/CS are used by national and international governmental, nongovernmental and international organizations to provide coordination, communication and Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance.
The Center shall be used to make available high-quality disaster management and humanitarian assistance in response to disasters.
The Rapid Deployable Mobile Disaster Response Coordination Unit & Centers shall be used to provide and facilitate education, training, inter-agency coordination, and research on the following additional matters:
- Management of the consequences of nuclear, biological, and chemical events.
- Management of the consequences of terrorism.
- Appropriate roles for the reserve components in the management of such consequences and in disaster management and humanitarian assistance in response to natural disasters.
- Meeting requirements for information in connection with regional and global disasters, including the use of advanced communications technology as a virtual library.
- The Center shall develop a repository of disaster risk indicators for the disaster region.
- The Center shall perform such other missions as the Local Authorities may specify.
GLOBALFORS Rapid Deployable Mobile Disaster Response Coordination Unit & Centers prepared to respond, collaborate, and manage natural and man-made disasters
Rapid Deployable Mobile Emergency Response Units
The Rapid Deployable Mobile Emergency Response Centers are designed for rapid deployment to disasters, wherever and whenever they occur.
Rapid Deployable Mobile First Response Units
The Rapid Deployable Mobile First Response Centers shall be used to provide and facilitate inter-agency support, coordination, and research for disaster relief missions.
Rapid Deployable Mobile Emergency Communication Center
In a modern world of international crises, rapid deployment is critical, with portable shelter playing an increasingly important role. Rapid Deployable Mobile Emergency Communication Center is made to serve as the vital link between the public and other public safety organizations.
GEC/CS competent to receive and process non-emergency and emergency calls for police, fire, medical responders and other public service departments via telephone and other communication devices. The Center communicates with the public, user agencies and outside agencies in a courteous manner and processes information efficiently.
Rapid Deployable Mobile Emergency Communication Centers Support operational effectiveness by maintaining and enhancing current technological capabilities and increase awareness and knowledge of Emergency Communications.
Rapid Deployable Mobile Command/Logistic Centers
Rapid Deployable Mobile Command/Logistics Centers functions to provide support for Command and Logistics operations.
Rapid Deployable Mobile Airfield Management Centers
The Rapid Deployable Mobile Airfield Management Center Shelter supervises and performs airfield management functions and activities for disaster relief missions.
GAM/CS ensures a safe operating environment for personnel and aircraft operation, experience performing or supervising functions such as: airfield inspections, coordination of airfield construction or repairs, processing airfield waivers, or conducting airfield surveys of airfields for use of military and civil aircraft.
Rapid Deployable Mobile Casualty Management Centers
Rapid Deployable Mobile Casualty Management Centers are configured to meet your exact needs for casualty applications.
Rapid Deployable Mobile Mortuary Container Units
The Mobile Mortuary Container is a cooling chamber container with the size of 20’ ISO container. It is designed for ethical and hygienic storage of up to 12 dead bodies or their remains in sanitary bags or in solid coffins.
The Mobile Mortuary Container Units contains a machine part with built-in cooling technology and separate insulated chilled / frozen storage chambers for bodies or human remains of deceased. The container is adapted with twelve beds in a rack system which can be used to place bodies into temporary mounted beds. The space could be also used for storage of medical or other material that requires chilling or refrigeration. The chamber has adjustable cooling or freezing mode.
Combined power unit ensures autonomous operation of the cooling container (-30˚ C). In the case of connection possibility to electric power grid the cooling unit is driven by an electric motor and if such connection is impossible then the drive unit is provided by a diesel internal combustion engine.
Shelving system for storing bodies or human remains of deceased persons in hygienic bags are installed in the chamber of cooling section within the cooling container. Body or the remains of deceased persons in hygienic bags are placed into the rack system of the container on special mobile beds. An handling lifting trolley can be used to facilitate the handling of beds with the body or mortal remains of deceased persons during loading / unloading to the upper floors of the rack system in the cooling section chambers.
Rapid Deployable Mobile Law Enforcement Rapid Deploy Command Centers
Rapid Deployable Mobile Law Enforcement Rapid Deploy Command Shelter Plan, Direct, and Conduct Law and Order, Access Control, Physical Security, and Fire Protection Operations, in order to provide a safe and secure environment for the Soldiers, civilians, and family members of the disasters, wherever and whenever they occur.
Rapid Deployable Mobile EMERGENCY Room Units
Rapid Deployable Mobile EMERGENCY Room Units are custom designed for specific levels of care, operational requirements and configured to meet your exact needs for EMERGENCY Room applications.
Rapid Deployable Mobile HYPERBARIC Oxygen therapy rooms
Transportable Recompression Chamber
GLOBALFORS Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chamber is a mild pressure hyperbaric device mass accessible, portable, durable, and more importantly transportable.
GHOXT/CS uniquely designed for emergency evacuation and treatment of decompression sickness, air embolisms, blast injuries, smoke inhalation as well as victims of accidents, disasters, terrorist acts and military conflicts.
In the hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber, the increase in the pressure of oxygen results in more oxygen being dissolved in the blood and cerebrospinal fluid, thereby making the oxygen available for diffusion into the tissues where it helps to overcome hypoxia.
Hyper oxygenation is the state achieved inside Hyperbaric Chamber only when Oxygen concentrations in body fluids elevated from 10 to 25 times its normal levels.
GHOXT/CS can be easily installed on any kind of transport craft.