WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? – Water related modules The exercises are meant to provide training conditions and learning opportunities for water related modules – high Capacity Pumping, Flood Rescue Using Boats, Water Purification and Flood Containment. CBRN Detection and Sampling modules and Advance Medical Post modules we’ll be also involved in the scenarios. Participating modules can follow the situation in an affected country in vOSOCC during their preparation for the mission. From the moment they arrive they have to find their way in a flood affected country where local government is hardly functional and logistics are unreliable. Modules have to find and establish a base of operations and set up a coordination and command structure in order to organize their rescue operations. The modules have to be self-sufficient during the entire exercise period. In their designated area the modules will be faced with multiple flooded sites   and large resource demands for their teams. The situation in which the modules and EUCPT members must operate requires thorough coordination, cooperation and interoperability, besides skill full and safe rescue operations. We promise you learning opportunities on all these aspects.
LATVIA EXERCISE LATVIA EXERCISE ROMANIA EXERCISE ROMANIA EXERCISE AUSTRIA EXERCISE AUSTRIA EXERCISE FYROM EXERCISE FYROM EXERCISE
Interested in participating? If you are interested in participating in one of our exercises please contact us and let us know when you want to participate and what your expectations and specific exercise aims are. If you are interested in these exercises, we kindly ask you to return your completed form by mail to cnapell@apell.ro  along with the CECIS factsheets of above mentioned module/team. We will contact you to discuss further details. Contact data: Marcel Lucaciu, Project manager 401151, Turda, str. Dr. I. Ratiu, nr. 101 Judetul: Cluj, e-mail: cnapell@apell.ro; fax: 0264315464

EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN AID OPERATIONS

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LOT 2016-2017 - EXERCISES

APELL-EUROMODEX LOT 2016-2017 - EXERCISES

EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN AID OPERATIONS

LATVIA EXERCISE LATVIA EXERCISE ROMANIA EXERCISE ROMANIA EXERCISE AUSTRIA EXERCISE AUSTRIA EXERCISE FYROM EXERCISE FYROM EXERCISE
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? – Water related modules The exercises are meant to provide training conditions and learning opportunities for water related modules – high Capacity Pumping, Flood Rescue Using Boats, Water Purification and Flood Containment. CBRN Detection and Sampling modules and Advance Medical Post modules we’ll be also involved in the scenarios. Participating modules can follow the situation in an affected country in vOSOCC during their preparation for the mission. From the moment they arrive they have to find their way in a flood affected country where local government is hardly functional and logistics are unreliable. Modules have to find and establish a base of operations and set up a coordination and command structure in order to organize their rescue operations. The modules have to be self-sufficient during the entire exercise period. In their designated area the modules will be faced with multiple flooded sites   and large resource demands for their teams. The situation in which the modules and EUCPT members must operate requires thorough coordination, cooperation and interoperability, besides skill full and safe rescue operations. We promise you learning opportunities on all these aspects.
INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING? If you are interested in participating in one of our exercises please contact us and let us know when you want to participate and what your expectations and specific exercise aims are. If you are interested in these exercises, we kindly ask you to return your completed form by mail to cnapell@apell.ro  along with the CECIS factsheets of above mentioned module/team. We will contact you to discuss further details. Contact data: Marcel Lucaciu, Project manager 401151, Turda, str. Dr. I. Ratiu, nr. 101 Judetul: Cluj, e-mail: cnapell@apell.ro; fax: 0264315464

APELL - EUROMODEX