ATRISc showing RescueSim at the Congrès national des sapeurs-pompiers in Amiens, France
Date posted: 11-09-2012
ATRISc consulting, training & expertise for incident & crisis management will be showing RescueSim during the Congrès national des sapeurs-pompiers in Amiens, France from 27-29 September 2012
ATRISc is a certified RescueSim training & sales partner and a respected organisation with an extensive network in the French emergency services, local governments and private safety & security organisations. During the Congrès national des sapeurs-pompiers in Amiens, France from 27-29 September 2012, ATRISc will be presenting its partner solutions on its stand.
The solutions on show include equipment from VSTEP, CCI Grand Hainaut, MASA Group and Holo3D. VSTEP will show its RescueSim virtual training platform for incident management. RescueSim is single and multi agency training virtual software that prepares emergency professionals for real-life incidents and allows them to experience and train incidents in a safe virtual 3D environment. RescueSim includes specialised modules for Fire & Rescue services, as well as Industrial, Port, Airport, Underground and Offshore Incident Management.
To learn more about the advantages of virtual training and its many advantages, visit the ATRISc stand during the congres for a firsthand look at RescueSim virtual training.
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