EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN AID OPERATIONS

APELL- EUROMODEX

LOT 2018-2019

Between 8th and 9th February 2018, in Brussels, Belgium, in the premises of ERCC - Emergency Response Coordination Centre took place the Kick-Off Meeting of the upcoming cycle 9 of Modules Table Top and Field Exercises. The European Commission met the Consortiums management teams of the four Lots (Lot 1 – Table Top exercises, Lot 2 – Flood related modules, Lot 3- Search & rescue modules and Lot 4 – European Union Civil Protection Teams and Technical Assistance and Support Teams) where the last were provided with the opportunity to present to EC the scheduled activities and to coordinate the various aspects of exercises designing, planning and implementation. The new cycle is planned to start in the autumn of this year and to continue until May 2019. The exercises will take place in a new, upgraded format which will enhance the learning opportunities and the challenges for the participating teams and experts. The representatives of the Lot 2 presented to the Commission the concept of organizing the next three exercises for flood related modules in Croatia, Italy and Montenegro. Moreover, it was announced that the kick of meeting of cycle 9 - Lot 2 exercises will take place this year in May, in Bucharest.
KICK-OFF MEETING OF THE UPCOMING CYCLE 9 OF THE MODULES TABLE TOP AND FIELD EXERCISE
According to the project scheduled activities, the Lot2 MODEX Stakeholders Meeting& Core Group Meeting were was organized back-to back in Bucharest, Romania, between the 14-16 May 2018. The meetings was attended by the counties representatives of the project Consortium and supportive countries’ representatives. The participants of the Lot2 MODEX stakeholders meeting were welcomed by Mr. Secretary of State Raed ARAFAT, Head of Department for Emergency Situations, Mr. Marius DOGEANU, project director and Mr. Gerard Guerin, DG ECHO desk officer. Discussions focused on the new elements introduced by COM in the tender (simulated EUCPT and modules, no TAST), the general scenario, and also Lesson learned from previous cycle.During the meeting, each consortium representatives delivered a short presentation about the locations and sites where the exercise will be organized and the generic scenario according to which, due to extreme meteorological phenomena, the national Government will request support of international assistance through the Union Civil protection Mechanism.  Spain, Czech Republic and Turkey representatives delivered a short presentation of their organizations and main assets that can be brought in support to the exercises implementation (expertise, EUCPM modules, other capabilities). As agreed during the meeting all countries/ organizations representatives stated their possible support to the exercise organization and implementation based on the exercise set-up and needs for role players, virtual participating modules, modules attending the exercise, observers or evaluators
T HE STAKEHOLDERS MEETING - Bucharest, 14-16 may 2018
PROJECT TIMELINE
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION
PROJECT DIRECTOR Colonel Marius Dogeanu - IGSU General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations
PROJECT MANAGER & LOGISTIC AND ADMINISTRATION Emil Roman - APELL
FINANCIAL & HR Anca Nistor - APELL
EXERCISES DIRECTOR Marcel Sorin Lucaciu - APELL

APELL-EUROMODEX LOT 2018-2019

EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN AID OPERATIONS

PROJECT TIMELINE
According to the project scheduled activities, the Lot2 MODEX Stakeholders Meeting& Core Group Meeting were was organized back-to back in Bucharest, Romania, between the 14-16 May 2018. The meetings was attended by the counties representatives of the project Consortium and supportive countries’ representatives. The participants of the Lot2 MODEX stakeholders meeting were welcomed by Mr. Secretary of State Raed ARAFAT, Head of Department for Emergency Situations, Mr. Marius DOGEANU, project director and Mr. Gerard Guerin, DG ECHO desk officer. Discussions focused on the new elements introduced by COM in the tender (simulated EUCPT and modules, no TAST), the general scenario, and also Lesson learned from previous cycle.During the meeting, each consortium representatives delivered a short presentation about the locations and sites where the exercise will be organized and the generic scenario according to which, due to extreme meteorological phenomena, the national Government will request support of international assistance through the Union Civil protection Mechanism.  Spain, Czech Republic and Turkey representatives delivered a short presentation of their organizations and main assets that can be brought in support to the exercises implementation (expertise, EUCPM modules, other capabilities). As agreed during the meeting all countries/ organizations representatives stated their possible support to the exercise organization and implementation based on the exercise set-up and needs for role players, virtual participating modules, modules attending the exercise, observers or evaluators
THE STAKEHOLDERS MEETING - Bucharest, 14-16 may 2018
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION
EXERCISES DIRECTOR Marcel Sorin Lucaciu - APELL
PROJECT MANAGER & LOGISTICS AND ADMINISTRATION Emil Roman - APELL
FINANCIAL AND HR Anca Nistor -  APELL
PROJECT DIRECTOR Col. Marius Dogeanu - IGSU General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations
Between 8th and 9th February 2018, in Brussels, Belgium, in the premises of ERCC - Emergency Response Coordination Centre took place the Kick-Off Meeting of the upcoming cycle 9 of Modules Table Top and Field Exercises. The European Commission met the Consortiums management teams of the four Lots (Lot 1 – Table Top exercises, Lot 2 – Flood related modules, Lot 3- Search & rescue modules and Lot 4 – European Union Civil Protection Teams and Technical Assistance and Support Teams) where the last were provided with the opportunity to present to EC the scheduled activities and to coordinate the various aspects of exercises designing, planning and implementation. The new cycle is planned to start in the autumn of this year and to continue until May 2019. The exercises will take place in a new, upgraded format which will enhance the learning opportunities and the challenges for the participating teams and experts. The representatives of the Lot 2 presented to the Commission the concept of organizing the next three exercises for flood related modules in Croatia, Italy and Montenegro. Moreover, it was announced that the kick of meeting of cycle 9 - Lot 2 exercises will take place this year in May, in Bucharest.
KICK-OFF MEETING OF THE UPCOMING CYCLE 9 OF THE MODULES TABLE TOP AND FIELD EXERCISE

APELL - EUROMODEX