Build a shared understanding of emergency and train interagency scenarios

  • Provide a shared understanding of the emergency behavior, roles, terminology, capabilities, decision-making and other specific processes, before, during and after the emergency to all involved. Liaison officers as ‘translators’ (language, cultures, …) in different decision levels.
  • Standardize competences for specific positions at European Level, and its certification processes.
  • Once the standard roles of different actors have been trained and drilled, organize joint exercises where the focus is on decision-making, coordination and interactions between agents. Train on overlapped competences, and limits of competences.
  • Train values such as empathy, adaptability, proactivity, collaboration and leadership, and promote trust building.
  • Map existing networks and stakeholders at national, regional and local level.
  • Engage network of experts on in-site based activities.

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