27 Oct (Re)introducing frontline practitioners & emergency medical service operatives to the world of standardisation and better practices
The NO-FEAR project brings together a pan-European network of practitioners, decision and policy makers in the medical and operational security fields. The eighteen partners in the project collaborate for the achievement of a common understanding of the needs of the community when addressing an incident on a large scale. In tandem, the consortium engages with academia and industries in this space with the collective aim to increase the potential of European innovation with the focus to better address operational gaps and likewise, in the process to recommend areas for future innovations.
As such, the NO-FEAR main objectives are to:
- create a long-lasting community of practitioners, interacting with a network of suppliers and academia,
- elaborate an innovation roadmap, with practical recommendations for uptake,
- advise relevant Research and Innovation projects,
- support market uptake of EU research results,
- issue policy and regulatory recommendations enabling collective procurement,
- indicate priorities for standardisation,
- support quick wins and practical short-term results,
- implement a transactional dynamic portal providing fora, a catalogue, market place and flexibility to address new threats.
As part of the on-going work of the NO-FEAR project, a dedicate hybrid Better Practice Guide and Standardisation workshop will be held in Delft, The Netherlands, on the 30th November 2022.
Commencing at 10am CET, the primary aim of the workshop is to re/introduce the attendees to the world of standardisation and to the on-going Better Practice Guide movement. The underlining aim of the workshop is to encourage more frontline practitioners and emergency medical service operatives to get involved in better practices guides, standardisation and to their respective committees to help in the quest for the delivery of operational security effective.
Notably, a round table session (i.e., ‘Standardisation – Tonic for Transition’) will be chaired by Stephen Purcell, KPMG-FA and will involve a number of organisations including Europol, Resilience Advisors Network, TFC Research and Innovation, 3M, NEN and the French Ministry of Interior with open relate discussions at the table.
You are very welcome to attend this free hybrid event.
Details on the workshop are here: