A key objective of the Ctrí project has been the development of a single national system, based on a central technical platform, operated, governed and funded on a national basis. The projects intention is to have a system that Is nationally funded in a fair and equitable manner to all Fire Authorities and provides the…
The last few months have proven significant in the overall development of the Ctri project. Work continues on a large numbers of strands of the project and a new governance and resources proposal has been accepted by both the project board and the board of the National directorate. These new interim arrangements will provide even…
The Procurement of a new National Emergency Call Handling and Mobilising System for the Irish Fire Service
It has been decided and agreed that the Munster Regional Communications System, through its contracting Authority Limerick City and County Council (the Authority), will act as the National Contracting Authority for the purposes of the Ctrí project.
A core aim of the Ctri Project continues to be the successful implementation of a National Quality Management System.
To date the National Digital Radio System (TETRA) has been agreed as a replacement for existing systems and the implementation of a new common national platform for Radio voice, data and mobilisation communications system is imminent.
The PRIMe (Premises Risk Indexing Method) project is intended to apply the risk management concepts of KCS in the vitally important area of technical fire safety.
The purpose of this survey is to help us establish your equipment needs more effectively. With this in mind we are in the process of establishing a sub project to initially investigate and identify the specific issues with current “At Incident” Communications in Fire Authorities and then recommend and propose possible ways forward in terms of their resolution. This survey attempts to identify the key issues relating to “at incident” communications.