Glentworth is an Australian based company that specialises in information: finding it, managing it and using it to support community outcomes.
It’s consultants have long experience in disaster management; experience gained around the world in a range of environments and situations.
Glentworth has worked on a range of disaster management and community resilience challenges throughout the last year, during and since the Queensland floods of 2011 (during which it provided advice to the Queensland government).
Glentworth has worked in partnership with Queensland’s Department of Community Safety, with other government agencies, not for profits, the commercial sector and the community on a range of key information issues.
Included in Glentworth’s work has been an information management maturity assessment on behalf of the NCTC and NEMC, an organisational network analysis in the Sunshine Coast Region which exposed the real influences, interactions, dependencies and information flows that underpin community resilience, a comprehensive blueprint for improved emergency management and community resilience arrangements in Queensland, leading edge work on information fusion, drawing on first hand experience of best practice in the US, comprehensive work on disaster risk factors and community vulnerabilities, and a comprehensive body of work on information architecture.
Critchlow is a location intelligence company that specialises in emergency management solutions, and is the exclusive Australasian distributor of emergency management software WebEOC®, which is used by around 650 organisations worldwide.
Originally developed for public safety and emergency management officials, WebEOC® is now also used around the world to manage the largest planned events in private organisations, public utilities, as well as by federal, state and local government.
Over the last seven years, Critchlow has tailored proven emergency management solutions throughout New Zealand and Australia. Critchlow’s experienced team apply their knowledge and advanced geospatial technologies to help organisations gain actionable insight into emergency management problems in policing, national security, health, transport and infrastructure.
The Crisisworks suite an offers affordable tools for All Hazards crisis management and community resilience.
Crisisworks uses the latest cloud based technology including iPhone & Android Apps for enhanced coordination, communication, situational awareness and community engagement across all phases – Planning, Preparedness, Response and Recovery – in the control room, in the field and in the community.
Crisisworks scales to emergencies of any size, facilitating inter-agency coordination and managing multiple incidents simultaneously.
Crisisworks has been used in action including: