TULSA, Oklahoma - EMSA is one of the best in the business when it comes to savings lives in an emergency. It's that reputation that has brought visitors from around the world to Tulsa.

First responders from Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Nepal and Vietnam were in Tulsa Wednesday.

They were here to learn the best ways to respond to large scale emergencies and disasters in their home countries.

"We're going to give them a quick overview and a tour here and hope that some of the lessons we've learned in developing a very high performance, high class EMS system, so they can take some of that back to their countries with them," said Frank Gresh, with EMSA.

The Tulsa Global Alliance is hosting the group's stay in Tulsa.