Guidance instruments and standards

Standards should help establish specific procedures and guides to facilitate operations, standardize capabilities in pre-defined scenarios, create a framework for interaction and build doctrines to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of emergency teams.

Guidance, instruments and standards should help to establish specific procedures and guides facilitating operations, standardize capabilities in front pre-stablished scenarios, establish an interagency framework and to build doctrine for resilience in emergency services and societies

 

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Conceptual compilation of the results collected in 2018 2019 during Fire-in workshops about guidance, instruments & standards

I. HIGH FLOW OF RESPONDERS IN HOSTILEENVIRONMENTII.HIGH IMPACT, LOW FREQUENCY EMERGENCIESIII.MULTI-AGENCY/MULTI-LEADERSHIPENVIRONMENTIV.HIGH LEVEL OF UNCERTAINTY
STABLISH SPECIFIC PROCEDURES AND GUIDESFACILITATING OPERATIVITYSTANDARDIZE CAPABILITIES IN FRONT OF PRE-ESTABLISHED SCENARIOSSTABLISH AN INTERAGENCY FRAMEWORKBUILD DOCTR INE FOR  RESILIENCE IN  EMERGEN CY SERVICES AND SOC IETIES

1.Standardize response (hostileenvironments).


2. Procedures – SOP and guides for fastresponse minimizing damages in atime-efficient way.


3. Stablish criteria: Pre-stablishscenarios (base-line statistics, lastincidents & accidents). Knowledgeabout probable scenarios.. Techniques for planning and foradjusting the use of resources.

1. Standardize competences to respond

2. Procedures – SOP for specific scenarioswith high impact.

3. Stablish criteria: for decision makers tomeasure/compare approaches.

4. Legal Framework and requirements to firstresponders needs, lessons learned, pastevents, etc.: on prevention and selfprotection of infrastructures and activities

5. Doctrine:

a) Involve fire fighters in stablishingdoctrine.

b) Aimed at protecting fir-fighters andpeople not focusing on correcting legalconflicts.

c) Simple, adaptable to reality, boostingfreedom to act/operate.

6. Flexibility in data protection legislation in asituation of crisis to extract usefulinformation.

1. Standardize:

a) Fluxes of information and decisionmaking

.b) Roles, capabilities, competencies andprocesses.

c) Cross-border logistical aids.


2. Procedures – SOP
a) Team-standards should focus onefficacy & quality on reaching tacticalobjectives.

b) Boost modules and capacities thatprovide intelligence & strategy.


3. Stablish criteria
a) Integrate specialists and non-specialistin operations.

b) Quality control systems for planning.


4. Legal Framework: regulate:
a) Regulate Cross-border plans and aids.

b) Regulate jurisdictional responsibilities.

c) Apply bottom-up approach.

d) Increase flexibility in emergencies.

e) Include HILOs.


5. Certify/validate models.

1. Standardize warning system

2. Doctrine: ensure that gives space forsave decisions.

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