Preparing The Public: Early Warning Systems and Emergency Response

Command & Control and Early warning systems Modern crisis management involves gathering all information related to the crisis and the coordination of several teams, often of distinct disciplines. Today, this data gathering and team coordination is carried out with Command & Control Systems that show to the response teams the information available live and let […]

Enhancing the efficiency of response in civil protection crises – Join STRATEGY’s interoperability event in Rome

We are delighted to announce that STRATEGY’s 1st Interoperability event will be organised in Rome on the 15th of February 2023. The event will focus on the importance of interoperability among stakeholders facing civil protection crises and elaborate on current practices, challenges and research activities towards enhancing the efficiency of response in civil protection crises. […]

Communication and effectively fighting wildfires strengthen safety

Wildfires are of all centuries. Under the influence of climate change the number of these natural hazards seems to increase fast globally. Even in Siberia ten thousand of hectares of wood have been destroyed in the last few years. Extreme drought makes our forests very vulnerable. This requires special attention from all of us. The […]

STRATEGY holds Tabletop Exercises and Plenary Meeting in Portugal

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Unidade Militar Laboratorial de Defesa Biológica e Química and Centro de Investigação da Academia Militar (UMLDBQ/CINAMIL) of the Portuguese Army hosted a series of events in Portugal (Lisbon region) between the 11th and 14th of October: Stream 6 – ‘CBRN-E Tabletop Exercise’ (TTX) between the 11th and 13th of October Stream 8 – ‘Terminology and […]

Understanding the STRATEGY Concept: Filling Crisis Management Gaps

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The EU crisis management framework is currently highly fragmented.   The civil protection domain is subject to national laws and regulations, and in this respect, Member States highly regulate the set-up of their own civil protection mechanisms. They must also consider the internal organizational procedures, structure of the public services involved, as well as communication […]

STRATEGY Holds Tabletop Exercises and Workshop at ΚΕΜΕΑ Headquarters  

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On  June 8-10th, 2022, at the Center for Security Studies (KEMEA) premises, the STRATEGY Project held two Table-Top exercises (TTXs) and a workshop. All were related to the Critical Infrastructure Protection and Response Planning streams, and the workshop was the 1st interoperability workshop undertaken as part of the project. About the Table-Top Exercises (TTXs) The […]

STRATEGY presents at the First International Summit on Pandemic Management

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On May 18, 2022 STRATEGY participated in the First International Summit on Pandemic Management, speaking on the panel entitled Preparing for Future Health Crises. The event took place in Valencia, Spain and explored various perspectives on the management of future health crises. There was a particular focus on lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled […]

STRATEGY Co-Chairs session on Standardisation at CERIS 2022

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On March 23 – 25, 2022 STRATEGY participated in the Community of European Research and Innovation for Security (CERIS) – DISASTER RESILIENT SOCIETIES Cluster Conference.   In collaboration with the RESIST Project, STRATEGY co-chaired the session on standardisation on March the 24, 2022. The project coordinator Mr. Giannis Chasiotis (Satways Ltd) presented the project overview […]

How Standardisation Organisations Meet Climate Change Needs

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The effects of climate change on food safety, animal and plant health risks are a relatively new area of study. However, the evidence from recent studies is clear: climate change is one of several global change factors that are contributing to increased and new food safety, animal, and plant risks and finally for what we […]