Tasmania has a new boat on its waters and QLD is calling for investment, so it might be time for your company to make a splash in the emergency services market.
Australian emergency services perform outstanding work all year. Just one example is the launch of the Van Diemen by the Tasmanian Police. The high powered boat has successfully engaged in several high profile fisheries investigations against professional poachers, most of whom were surprised by the speed and capabilities of the boat.
In addition to it’s fisheries enforcement role it is actively involved in sea rescues including responding to the distressed yacht ‘Scandia’ during the 2005 Sydney Hobart Yacht Classic and participating in the dramatic sea pursuit of the North Korean ship ‘Pong Su’, suspected of the carriage and importation of drugs into Australia.
In good news for those wanting to reach emergency services in QLD, a report has suggested opening the emergency services sector to more private investment.
The Keelty review, which will be effective from 1st of October, recommends opening up non-core services to contestability by private providers and not-for-organisations. Its further incentive to investigate this growing market.
When clients come searching for emergency service agencies they find A-ZGovBIZ Emergency – the most comprehensive list of emergency services available to the marketing community.
The list includes:
- Fire & Rescue
A-ZGovBIZ Emergency includes 1,222 business decision makers from 42 government agencies throughout Australia including Australian Federal Police (AFP), South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service, St John Ambulance Australia, Queensland Fire & Rescue Service and the Rural Fire Service of New South Wales.
The breadth and depth of the data is it’s distinguishing feature for example in the AFP there are 66 key decision makers in 62 divisions. All AFP records are personalised with email address, number of employees, phone, fax and mailing address.
Contacts in A-ZGovBIZ Emergency include Commissioners, District Commanders, Officers in Charge, Chief Officers, Commanding Officers as well as finance, procurement, OH&S and many other keys positions.
This list is primarily used by organisations supplying security, educational and safety related products, event and conference organisers, publishers and technology suppliers.