The Wisconsin Interoperable System for Communications (WISCOM) is a shared system that first responders in communities across the state will use to communicate during a major disaster or large-scale incident. WISCOM will support up to four simultaneous conversation paths during an incident, dramatically increasing the current capacity available with statewide mutual aid channels and allowing responders from any area of the state to assist another community without losing communication capabilities.
The NCW-HERC has contracted with a WISCOM trainer to help update hospitals and other partners on the use of WISCOM. More about these trainings will be coming soon.
Learn more about WISCOM at the Wisconsin Interoperability website.
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