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answer emergency phone calls and provide emergency services.


The proper name for a 911 operator is an Emergency Services Dispatcher. The job of the Emergency Services Dispatcher is to answer 911 calls and send the proper units out.



Emergency Services Dispatcher


The operator was at fault for not detecting that an RPV level gauge was malfunctioning. The operator and the state was at fault for not having an emergency plan.


911. If it is NOT an emergency, IMMEDIATELY tell that to the 911 operator & request the non-emergency number. They will gladly comply.


Just dial number 911 on your telephone to reach an emergency operator. The emergency operator will connect you to the police, the fire department, or whatever you need. However, 911 doesn't work everywhere, the numbers can vary depending on where you live. The best way to get in touch with someone in an emergency is just dial "0" for an operator. It is best not to fake a 911 call, because it is an emergency line and if one pulls a prank call, one can receive an expensive ticket.


* The only legal way you can intercept phone calls is by the operator if it's an emergency. The operator will cut in on the call to the person you are trying to contact regarding the emergency. To intercept one's phone calls in any other way is against the law.


to communicate with the other people on the line to figure out whats going on. and to also provide emergency services to people who need emergency help.


911 operators are responsible for responding to emergency calls. They must remain calm while assessing each situation and dispatch emergency personnel to the incidents.


It connects you to an emergency operator who can connect you to police, fire department or other enmergency personel; or dispatch them for you.


Yes, the noun phrase '911 phone operator' is a common noun; a general word for any person whose job is taking emergency calls from the public.


On a mobile phone the emergency nuber is the 112. The operator will deal will any emergency problem. On fixed lines, dial the 15 for medical emergencies, the 18 for firefighters (also available for accidents or health problems), the 17 for the police.


In the UK, if you need the Coast Guard in an emergency, dial 999 and ask the operator for the Coast Guard.


If you call 311, you will get a Non-Emergency operator. Kind of like 911, but if it's not all that important.


That is going to be different for every firestation everywhere. In the US, it is usual to dial 911 in the event of an emergency, and give the information to the operator who can dispatch the appropriate emergency workers to you.


After a little digging... The Australian emergency number is 000 (three zeros). If you're calling from a mobile - you MUST tell the operator where you're calling from.


Higher Education and Research Opportunities or Highway Emergency Response Operator. However it all depends what profession you are discussing


In the UK, 999 connects to the emergency service via the operator - who directs the call to the service the caller requires.


The different types of operators are as follows: *Arithmatic operator *Relational operator *Logical operator *Assignment operator *Increment/Decrement operator *Conditional operator *Bitwise operator *Special operator


Apologise and hang up as quickly as possible, don't stay on the line to chat to the operator, you could be blocking a genuine emergency call.


Operators used in c areBinary operatorAirthematic operatorlogical operatorRelational operatorBitwise operatorUnary operatorTernary operator


arithmetic operator logic operator increment operator decrement operator conditional operator


A binary operator is simply an operator that has two parts, written to the left and to the right of the operator, e.g.:1 + 2The binary operator can be a logical operator ("and", "or", "xor", etc. - but "not" is a unary operator), or it can be in some other category, like the arithmetic operator shown above.A binary operator is simply an operator that has two parts, written to the left and to the right of the operator, e.g.:1 + 2The binary operator can be a logical operator ("and", "or", "xor", etc. - but "not" is a unary operator), or it can be in some other category, like the arithmetic operator shown above.A binary operator is simply an operator that has two parts, written to the left and to the right of the operator, e.g.:1 + 2The binary operator can be a logical operator ("and", "or", "xor", etc. - but "not" is a unary operator), or it can be in some other category, like the arithmetic operator shown above.A binary operator is simply an operator that has two parts, written to the left and to the right of the operator, e.g.:1 + 2The binary operator can be a logical operator ("and", "or", "xor", etc. - but "not" is a unary operator), or it can be in some other category, like the arithmetic operator shown above.


1.artimetical operator 2.logical operator 3.relational operator 4.conditional operator 5.increment & decrement operator 6.comma operator



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