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One Incident One Response Approach Gets Spotlight At EU Civil Protection Forum

One Incident One Response approach gets spotlight at EU Civil Protection Forum

Last week, the Sea Alarm team was invited by the European Commission to present the One Incident One Response approach at the EU’s Civil Protection Forum and to give a demo of the OneX serious games package. The sessions were jointly organised with the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency and the Finnish Border Guard, and we also met participants on a booth in the Civil Protection Village over the 2 day event.

The One Incident One Response approach was first developed with EU funding with the aim to bring coastal and maritime authorities together to prepare for new and emerging risk profiles that impact both maritime and coastal domains. The approach detects critical gaps in existing preparedness systems by focusing on ranges of scenario-related challenges.

The forum is a hub for knowledge exchange, collaboration and networking among stakeholders involved in European civil protection. Our participation at the event generated a significant interest in the One Incident One Response approach, especially through the demonstration of the OneX tabletop exercise package which allowed visitors to get a feel for the functionality, flexibility and flow of some of the games.

While the focus is maritime and coastal, the One Incident One Response approach could be expanded and developed to consider other incidents that are low frequency-high impact scenarios, such as for terrestrial crisis situations.

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