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To combat this threat, US and foreign governments have created biosurveillance and emergency response networks such as FERN (US Food Emergency Response Network) to monitor the safety of their food supplies.
This robust and private network solution can be deployed virtually anywhere, making it ideal for emergency response networks such as FirstNet, the nationwide, interoperable public safety broadband network.
citizens safely visit Haiti each year, but the poor state of Haiti's emergency response network should be carefully considered when planning travel.
The twin catastrophes struck within 24 hours severely testing the emergency response network.
The catastrophes struck within 24 hours in different parts of the seismically active country, severely testing Indonesia's emergency response network.
In addition, the Salvation Army Team Emergency Response Network (Satern.
Through its Tourism Emergency Response Network (TERN), managed by UNWTO, the worldwide travel community is working closely with WHO and sharing views on a regular basis.
GNA members will remember in 2001, the Association and GNF joined forces with three other Georgia organizations to create the Georgia Nurse Alert System (GNAS), which became a national model for volunteer emergency response networks.