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Cold Protection in Emergency situations EPPR WG meeting, Luleå 21.8.2008. Tanja Risikko, Principal lecturer, LicTech. Background information. International - Barents Rescue 2007 Evaluation: Attention shall be paid to: Ensuring the request for assistance

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Cold protection in emergency situations eppr wg meeting lule 21 8 2008

Cold Protection in Emergency situations EPPR WG meeting, Luleå 21.8.2008

Tanja Risikko,

Principal lecturer, LicTech


Background information

Background information

International - Barents Rescue 2007 Evaluation:

Attention shall be paid to:

  • Ensuring the request for assistance

  • Minimizing the transportation distance

  • Using the available material the most efficient way

    National - Lapland cold protection survey 2006:

  • 77 % of Lapland’s municipalities can respond to cold protection and logistics in accidents with more than 30 patients

  • 55% of Lapland’s municipalities can respond to cold protection and logistics in accidents with more than 80 patients

  • However, the mobilizing of the equipment is problematic!

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Development needs

Development needs

  • Operational action plans

  • Agreements and CB practices

  • Rescue actors’ capacity building and cold protection equipment purchasing

  • Logistics planning, resource mapping

  • Joint guidelines implemented at emergency and rescue services (BEAC)

  • Joint training and education of the actors

  • Cold protection of the SAR personnel

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Cold protection in emergency situations eppr wg meeting lule 21 8 2008

Project in planning stage:

Purpose:

To build up the capacity for cold protection as a part of the regional and interregional Emergency and Rescue Services in Barents Region.

Schedule: 2009-2011

Funding: ENPI

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Focus points

Focus points:

National WPs:

  • pilot projects for regional capacity building and good practices

    International WP

  • development towards joint action model, agreements and methods

    Test fields

  • National trainings

  • Barents Rescue 2009 and 2011 (Barents Joint Committee for Emergency and Rescue Services)

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Cold protection in emergency situations eppr wg meeting lule 21 8 2008

Project idea:

  • Pilot areas – cases - in Barents region countries

  • Scenario of 50 patients, transportation is needed

  • Present state analysis

  • Operational model for the logistics and joint use of the cold protection equipmen in municipality – region level

  • Equipment trials, strategic placements, resource maps

  • Cross-border assistance in cases agreements, practices…

  • Evaluation of the cases and practices

  • Good practices and further development needs

  • Dissemination and training of good practices

  • National education and trainign

  • Barents Rescue training (2009) and 2011

  • Information

  • Regional Cold protection action plans

  • Elaboration the action plan from local to regional

  • Recommendations for further equipment investments

  • Implementation plan

  • CBC practices

  • Refining the agreements

  • Implementation plan

Improved cold protection capacity in the pilot areas

& Implementation plan for the whole target regions

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Cold protection in emergency situations eppr wg meeting lule 21 8 2008

Partners

  • Norway:

  • Norwegian Ministry of Justice and the Police*

  • Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre Northern Norway*

  • Norwegian Civil Defence*

  • West-Finnmark Civil Defence*

  • Ministry for Foreign Affairs*

  • Russia:

  • EMERCOM*

  • Arkhangelsk Regional Administration*

  • Sweden:

  • Ministry of Defence*

  • Swedish Rescue Services Agency*

  • Eastern Rescue Services of Norrbotten*

  • Finland:

  • State Provincial Office of Lapland

    • Social and Health department,

    • Rescue Department

  • Lapland hospital district

  • Regional Rescue department of Lapland

  • Voluntary Rescue Service (VAPEPA)

  • Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences

  • Finnbarents

  • National Emergency Supply Agency

  • Ministry of Interior

  • Ministry of Social Affairs and Health

  • Rescue Services College*

* Potential partners

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Preparatory project 2008

Preparatory project 2008

  • Lead: State provincial office of Lapland, Social and Health Department

  • Technical project planning: Finnbarents, RAMK

  • Expertise: the actors

  • Funding: the Regional council of Lapland & the partners

    Tasks:

  • Gather together the consortium

  • Plan the work packages and the national pilot projects

  • Prepare a finalized project plan with the partners

  • Agree about the lead partner & the roles of the partners

  • Plan and agree the linkage to the Barents Rescues trainig process

  • Agree about the administration of the project

  • Prepare a finalized application

  • Agree about the national financing together with the partners

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More information

More information:

Ms Marjatta Kihniä,

Provincial medical officer,

State provincial office of Lapland

[email protected]

tel. +358 50456 3524

Ms Tanja Risikko

Principal lecturer

Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences

[email protected]

tel. + 358 40 8248 013


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