Alliance Emergency Services
Ubi Concordia, Ibi Victoria
Where there is unity, There is victory
Our comprehensive suite of professional services caters to a diverse clientele, ranging from homeowners to commercial developers. different types of services and resources for Agencies, Departments, and more.
Solutions to keep emergency services within the economic means of every family. We endeavor to provide means to bridge the gap between service provides, insurance companies, and clients.
Helping our clients to evaluate their efficacy of their staff and equipment in meeting the expectations set by the organization in patient care. We will analyze every client’s service and give short and long term solutions that work.
The office of Operations and administration is a service to lighten the load of uniform volunteer, paid, or local outfits. Ranging from Mass Casualty Incident Management to Daily operations, our OAO can supply the officers you need to keep you afloat.
The division of education and training offers a range of classes to be certified in Stop the Bleed, American Red Cross Coursework, American Heart Association Certifications, and much more.
Figuring out the charting systems your agency uses shouldn’t be the hard part. Let us help you outfit your organization with quality programs that reduce stress and errors in documentation while continuing to be competitive in updating.
Our Policies and Procedures that allow us to be effective educators and officers in emergency services.
An array of resources
Our comprehensive suite of professional services caters to a diverse clientele, ranging from Government to Small Buisness Owners.
- Collaborate to find your operational need.
- Identify Readiness needs.
- Collective experts focused on the operations.
Public Relations & Outreach
- Outreach opportunities for public and private
- Public safety agency resource options
- Exclusive access to 30+ years of Emergency Experience.
“Emergency Services started with helping those who became part of the chaos that came in an instant.
Despite the advancement of skill and education for many, that care never came.
The oversight was supposed to be there for the people and those who served. But those serving suffered, along with the people.
A time to unite those who hold the line by the will of the people is needed.”