Search and Rescue Europe 2015
Search and Rescue Europe 2015 is being held from 21st to 23rd April 2015 at Action Stations, Portsmouth UK.
With a workshop day plus two conference days SAR Europe 2015 brings together leading practitioners to discuss how we can move towards better integration between different SAR agencies.
Tackling issues ranging from the latest requirements for airborne SAR assets through to the latest in innovative life-saving training and techniques. This global forum is dedicated to advancing discussions begun in 2014 and moving the community a step closer to an effective, integrated Search and Rescue capability.
Enhancing capabilities and increasing interoperability saves lives. Better integration is the key to more effective SAR operations. Countries and regions can create a more effective SAR force by improving the understanding of each agencies roles and responsibilities.
SAR Europe provides attendees with a broad European analysis of capabilities and strategic plans. Alongside this SAR Europe 2015 aims to deliver:-
Insights into the diverse problems facing SAR operations in diverse regions – from the Arctic wilderness to the vast migration across the Mediterranean into Europe
The latest information on requirements and future plans for enhancing aerial SAR capabilities from Canada, Norway and the United Kingdom
Case studies from SAR agencies in emergent Europe nations and from outside of Europe – learn how other nations are enhancing their SAR provisions
An examination of the importance of social media to Search and Rescue – how can we capitalise on unique online communities to save lives?
Understanding of the importance of training for SAR operators both at the technical and inter-agency level.
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