- • Country: United Kingdom
- • Employees: 3,500 volunteers
Quick, Intuitive Remote Support
No matter how experienced or careful you are, in the great outdoors you can find yourself in need of rescue – your life in the hands of a rescue team. And, should you be unfortunate enough to need their help, you’ll receive a professional, world-class service – from a group of highly trained and highly motivated individuals.
The mountain and cave rescue service in England and Wales is provided by around 3,500 volunteers, available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Whatever the weather. Mountain Rescue England and Wales rely on ISL Online to connect and support volunteers across multiple locations quickly and easily.
“ISL Online tools help me in supporting others quickly and reliably and have become an indispensable asset,” said Mark Lewis, Mountain Rescue England and Wales.
Why ISL Online
Time is crucial when it comes to saving people’s lives. Teams are gathered into eight regional organisations according to their geographical area of operation. The whole team has around 3,500 members, and using ISL Online to connect and resolve issues is a real time saver.
“As communication officer I am a volunteer and have to fit this all in around my regular work and of course my family. ISL Online tools help me in supporting others quickly and reliably and have become an indispensable asset,” said Lewis.
ISL Online guarantees efficient support to the Mountain Rescue technical team. As the Mountain Rescue national team works across distances, ISL Online allows for easy online meetings with multiple participants. “Instead of organizing a traditional meeting or conference, we can now avoid travelling and can meet online to discuss whatever problem we need to solve or plan we need to determine,” said Lewis.