provides experienced traffic control personnel to maintain order if the circumstances so dictate. Their role is to bring formality and efficiency to the communication such as would be normal on a controlled radio frequency. It is worth mentioning again that such controllers can be located anywhere in the world, handing the baton amongst each other as the time zones suggest allowing for true round-the-clock assistance.

In the background to the communication circuits themselves, IRESC maintains an Incident Database where written records can be kept of the information passing over the links. This is important for a number of reasons, primarily so that messages can be stored should a link to the desired destination not yet be operable, but also for the purpose of emailing to destinations should an Internet connection become available.

Elsewhere, on this public website is an online form that allows any person or agency to lodge data with us or seek information back from a disaster zone.

In consultation with the user, IRESC can stream the audio circuits directly to the web for passive consumption by non-participant routinely records all traffic for legal reasons.