What happens if a Fire Department uses RTC and finds they lack a critical policy for a given incident? Not only have you established a standard to help protect the agency, you have also demonstrated training records of that standard. While it's impossible to predict the future, see below for an example scenario.
In this scenario, the crews arrive with multiple distractions. So far approximately 30% of crews on this exercise have MISSED a critical patient.
Hypothetical - This patient was missed by your agency - who failed to act. As a result - Now YOU have to prepare a case and minimize the damage.
(tree leaves removed to make visibility of plaintiff easier)
Need proof your personnel are trained in best industry practice? RTC automatically generates a simple-to-understand (and more importantly, a simple-to-explain) spreadsheet.
We are very confident that if you were to depo your agency's firefighters, you would find a clear lack of confidence in the training methodologies, dependency and the use of powerpoint/slideshows used for training.
"This was an impossible incident - it is my opinion that no other agency could have handled the situation better." - witness at hypothetical trial
This statement reflects the goal of RTC: to provide crews with the most effective training possible to, as far as is possible, provide the best outcomes in the face of impossible odds.
New technology is often intimidating - but when the users find it helps them, it can become a standard tool. RTC helps train situational awareness by applying sensory patterns to mimic real world events. A tool is not a guarantee but in the right hands it may help lead to more positive outcomes.