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National Public Safety Telecommunications Week

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National Public Safety Telecommunications Week

April 14-20, 2019

Every year during the second week of April, we recognize and salute those who serve in the telecommunications side of public safety. These “heroes in a headset” serve the public in a very crucial way. By gathering critical information from callers, they are often called upon to make life-or-death decisions. They use their training, skills and knowledge to quickly access a situation to bring about a swift resolution by dispatching police, fire, emergency, and other first responders.

The dispatcher’s equipment has changed over the years with the introduction of computer-aided dispatch, text-to-911 and other technological advances. What hasn’t changed is the dispatcher’s need for a comfortable and durable headset.

Comfort Telecommunications is proud to partner with many 911 emergency dispatch centers across the country, providing headsets that stand up to the rigors of the job. In our small part, we help make the dispatcher’s job less stressful allowing them to provide a much needed public service for the safety of their communities.

For information on headsets for emergency dispatchers or any dispatch environment, contact us at 800-399-3224 or sales@comfortel.com.

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