JESIP joint decision model

JESIP joint decision model
  • Tue 19 Mar 2019 5:30 PM -
    Tue 19 Mar 2019 8:30 PM

  • Kent Event Centre,
    Kent Showground,
    Detling,
    Maidstone,
    Kent,
    United Kingdom

    ME14 3JF

  • Branch meeting

    South East Branch

  • This event is free to attend

Overview

The UK’s emergency services are admired and respected all around the world for the excellent service they provide. They each provide a different service. They work to keep our country safe and secure as well protecting the public.

However, in our ever changing world they have to adapt to the demands placed upon them. This means they are working together, responding to emergencies on an ever increasing basis.

In many incidents there won’t be a need, or any time, for formal arrangements to be set up to support decision makers. But some incidents will be highly complex and strategically significant, involve considerable levels of uncertainty, have hard-to-predict consequences and unclear choices.

In these circumstances, it will be necessary to implement pre-established arrangements to manage information and support multi-agency decision-making at tactical and strategic levels.

The joint decision model is designed to help emergency commanders make effective decisions together. As they establish shared situational awareness, they can develop a common operating picture.

What's in it for you?

This talk forms part of our branch WORK 2022 initiative focusing on Collaboration.

Who should attend

We warmly invite every member of IOSH South East branch and look forward to welcoming you to this event.

What you need to know

Speaker: Bryan Whittaker. Command Training Manager from the Kent Police Tactical Operations Command.

Ample, free parking on site.

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