A step forward in standardisation: STAIR4SECURITY final event


A step forward in standardisation: STAIR4SECURITY final event

We are pleased to invite you to the STAIR4SECURITY final virtual event on 27 May and 28 May 2021 at 11 AM CEST. Join us at the event to learn more about the project’s results, the STAIR4SECURITY platform and the eLearning tool.

The event is free and open to everyone. If you wish to attend, please register here.

The STAIR4SECURITY project is a pre-standardization enabling platform and governance system designed to support the coordination, research and innovation and standardization for preparedness and response in the area of Disaster Resilience. NO-FEAR is engaging with this project in particular with Better Practice development and technological engagements. Moderating the STAIR4SECURITY final event is Tom Flynn from TFC Research and Innovations Limited, who leads standardisation activities in NO-FEAR. 

He recently expressed his delight at the growing interest in the event and is pleased with NO-FEAR’s involvement. He states that the event represents a significant step forward in how we see standardisation and better practices and in getting more of the targeted community involved.

The STAIR4SECURITY platform and the eLearning tool constitutes a move towards empower practitioners and policymakers in the Disaster Resilience, including Emergency Medical Services, with resource standardisation knowledge and information in a way that can work for best them so that they can use to strengthen their working practices and decision-making process.

It is important to note that practitioners can also contribute to the development of resources in the platform. This, in turn, further strengthens the value of the content in the STAIR4SECURITY platform and eLearning tool for the targeted community. Tom will present the Better Practice Guide ecosystem that TFC Research and Innovation Limited and fellow NO-FEAR colleagues are addressing, aiming to empower practitioners at the pre-standardisation stage. 

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