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Since the early days of radiocommunications, search and rescue has been linked to radiocommunication. Wireless radiocommunication, as evidenced by the Titanic incident, provided a means for authorities on shore to provide and coordinate aid to ships at sea, and for ships at sea to acknowledge a distress call form another ship and come to its assistance, facilitating also ship-to-shore and ship-to-ship communication. Search and rescue authorities have now been using radiocommunications for more than years and its value has been evidenced in many renowned and successful SAR operations. Since its inception, the International Maritime Organization has been instrumental in coordinating and regulating radiocommunications for search and rescue purposes.
This law defines search and rescue, assigns responsibilities for SAR, establishes the position and duties of the state coordinator for SAR Operations SAR coordinator , and establishes the extensive liability protection and compensation program which protects SAR volunteers in the State of Washington. State law assigns responsibility for air search for downed or missing civil aircraft to the Department of Transportation, Aviation Division RCW Upon location of the downed aircraft the incident becomes a land SAR operation under the direction and control of the chief law enforcement officer in whose jurisdiction the incident site is located. Local directors of emergency management coordinate support for SAR operations in their jurisdictions and register volunteers in accordance with WAC The state SAR Coordinator is responsible for resource coordination, multi-jurisdiction operations coordination, and administration of the Emergency Worker Program. There are SAR missions a year in the state. More information about the RCC is below.
V, that all ships shall carry a receiver for a Global Navigation Satellite System GNSS or a terrestrial radio navigation system, are based on recognition of systems provided and operated by governments or organizations. NCSR 7 agreed to develop generic performance standards for satellite radionavigation systems global or regional. The work to combine the many performance standards for receiver equipment into one document will be carried out by a correspondence group until NCSR 8 February As part of this work, the IMO is working on developing a globally harmonized list of maritime services offered in harbours and geographical areas, displayed electronically in a standardized manner. Examples of such maritime services are search and rescue services, supplier services, pilot services and meteorological services. NCSR 7 considered descriptions of maritime services to facilitate worldwide harmonized communication and the exchange of information between shore and ships and agreed to further progress the work in a harmonization group until NCSR 8 February
Professional communications are the most important component of an organised response in Search and Rescue. Communi- cating well is a skill that one ne ver.
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