Actions and Detail Panel
Proactive Action During Major Incidents: Police, Fire & Ambulance - #UKIESF
Thu 11 May 2017, 09:15 – 15:15 BST
The #UKIESF series creates a platform for experts from across the Emergency Services, Tactical Response and Resilience community to gain a clearer understanding of how to improve processes to provide better, more cost effective services by utilising innovative technology.
Topics for discussion:
- Reacting to incidents, wider organisational understanding and planning
- When do you action things as a Gold Commander?
- How do you react to what else is happening in other areas?
- How do you get tactical commands out to colleagues working in challenging locations? How do they get information back up the chain of command effectively.
- Utilising technology to give an instant overview of situations as they develop.
- Managing resources, ensuring the right people and right equipment are in the right place at the right time.
Bringing together expert panel speakers and presenters with a wealth of knowledge and experience from both public and private sector, you'll be able to interact with leading experts from the field, gathering key information that can be applied to acheive your organisations objectives.
We’re pleased once again to be partnering with some of the leading industry organisations including the Cabinet Office, British APCO and The Police ICT Company, these key partnerships highlights the end-users desire to learn about the latest innovative technology solutions available to improve efficiency, service delivery and cost reduction.
The format and design of the agenda for the forum will include our new features that are used to spark more pragmatic debate and discussion, challenging delegates to explore new approaches that enables service delivery at the highest level.
Agendas will be designed using real life scenarios, allowing delegates to reference how they would approach certain situations and to give a clearer visual of the role of joined up forces and who should play what part in emergency response when the pressure is on.