Challenges & Resources

The FIRE-IN Common Capability Challenges are based on the knowledge and experiences of more than 80 experts on emergency management.

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The FIRE-IN Common Capability Challenges

High flow of effort in hostile environment

Low frequency, high impact

Multiagency / multileadership environment

Higly level of uncertainty

Incident Command Organization

Focus on sustainability of safe operations

Anticipate vulnerability, and communicate to the public

Distribute decision-making

Strategies choosing safe, resilient scenarios, and maintaining credibility

Pre-planning

Pre-plan a time-efficient, safe response, minimizing responder’s engagement

Negotiate solutions with stakeholders for anticipated scenarios

Pre-plan interoperability and enhance synergies

Focus on governance and capacity building towards more resilient societies

Standardization

Establish specific procedures and guides facilitating operativity

Standardize capabilities in front of pre-established scenarios

Establish an interagency framework

Build doctrine for resilience in emergency services and societies

Knowledge cycle

Train specific roles and risks

Organizational learning focusing efforts in key risks and opportunities

Build a shared understanding of emergency and train interagency scenarios

Focus on capacity building towards more resilient societies

Information management

Information cycle

Manage key information focused on decision-making

Define common information management processes between agencies

Provide an efficient, flexible flow of information for a shared understanding

Community involvement

Develop public self-protection to minimize responders exposures

Involve communities in preparing population for the worst scenario before it happens

Not identified at this stage

Cultural changes in risk tolerance and resilience

Technology

Use technology to assess risks and minimize responder’s engagement

Forecast and simulate complex scenarios

Technological tools to support data sharing

Get a clear picture of the risk evolution