Coronavirus: European countries share their best Practices!

 

Coronavirus outbreak: Best practices, guidelines from European countries and Fire and Rescue services (+ more)

 
Compilation of English content on guidelines and recommendations: 
EU emergency response links:
Online courses - in different languages: 
Maps & infographics:
GUIDANCE FOR POLICE AND GENDARMERIE OFFICERS HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF IN CORONAVIRUS RISKY ENVIRONMENTS:

This guidance has been developed by ISEM Institute experts to cover the need of police and gendarmerie officers in terms of personal protection during their duties in COVID-19 risky environments. Various research, private, official EU and governmental sources were used to provide as much relevant information as possible for various police units and are all listed at the end of this document.  This Guidance can be freely distributed to any law enforcement agency. Each police agency can use this framework of guidelines and adapt it to its national or regional situation and legislation.
Not to be distributed to public! UNCLASSIFIED, BUT LEA restricted because of sensitive information included in the document! Interested LEAs can request the guide for free on this address: info@isemi.sk (www.isemi.sk)

 
Resources, best practices and recommandations from European fire and rescue partners
 
Czech Republic best practices: 
French best practices:
German best practices:
Greek recommendations and best practices:
Italian best practices:
 
Polish best practices:

From Poland National Headquarters of the State Fire Service: 

From the Polish Ministry of HealthMain information to download (some of them also in other languages)

Portuguese best practices:
 
Spanish best practices:

From the Spanish Ministry of Health

Civil Protection System, Campaign for the general public to stop Covid-19 spread and to protect vulnerable population : Campaña de colaboración ciudadana #YoHagoPorTi (web)

 
Worldwide 

 

Argentians Best Practices:
 
USA Best Practices: 
Global portal on COVID-19 and Landscape Fire Management:
 
SHARE YOUR GOOD PRACTICES TOO! REGISTER!

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