Get the PulsePoint respond system implemented in Nova Scotia
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PulsePoint is an application for smart phones used by several emergency services in the United States. It is a means for everyday citizens with CPR training to respond to emergencies and assist if able by showing basic details/location of fire and medical response in the HRM/ Surrounding areas. It gives these trained citizens notifications on their phones with the location of cardiac arrests and AEDs in the area in order to get patients help while waiting for fire/medical responses. It would also allow both on or off duty emergency personnel the chance to do so as well. Not only is it a extra resource for emergency personnel and citizens for CPR training it is also helpful for people to see what is going on in their areas that may effect traffic routes such as vehicle accidents or major fires. Weather or not someone has called an incident in already which can free up emergency and non emergency lines from calls asking about these things.
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