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CTAKCall TAKing (software network used by the London Ambulance Service to log and prioritise calls to the Emergency Operations Center)
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Little more than a vassal state of the US doing whatever the Americans want us to do Is that what we call taking back control?
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Emergency CallWorks CallStation is a browser-based platform, which combines call taking, incident management and mapping systems into a single platform.
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Guess that's what you call taking it to the wire...
Limerick City Council said the system will simplify the emergency call taking process and reduce bureaucracy, while Northgate Information Solutions claimed it will help improve fire safety, mobilise resources and manage emergencies.
The ambulance was on a 999 call taking a teenage patient and her mother to hospital when it crashed just before 1am today.
``These enquiries are clogging up our call taking system.
Thus, even with an inoperable PC, the Model 3299 permits the bare essential call taking until the PC can be replaced.
Passing at the back is what I call taking responsibility and being a football player."