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Description:

This project is testing an innovative and quick drinking water analyses using nano sensors. These sensors would be used during and after disaster events to test the safety on any surrounding bodies of water.Read more...

Coordinator:
Germany
Status:
In development
Description:

This project creates and tests a radar based warning and information system that supports first responders during complex crisis management scenarios. The system is designed to monitor the building's structure for soundness in real time to alert responders of a possible collapse....Read more...

Coordinator:
Germany
Status:
In development
Description:

This project analyzes the communication among different CM players (first responders, political administrative crisis managers, the public/spontaneous volunteers and the media) during large scale crises.Read more...

Coordinator:
Germany
Status:
In development
Description:

What happens when operative CM personnel is directly affected by a crisis? What if crisis managers are not available due to a pandemic? What can be done when a power outage inhibits IT system to function or command and control centers are flooded and are no longer accessible? How can spontaneous volunteers with no prior experience or training in CM be integrated in relief efforts? The project...Read more...

Coordinator:
Germany
Status:
In development
Description:

The Swedish Rescue Services are migrating from an incident report system to a fully-fledged incident learning system. The migration process has been studied under the lenses of organizational learning theories, to identify challenges that can offer advice for future system migration projects. The objectives expressed by the central agency leading the studied migration process aimed at...Read more...

Coordinator:
Sweden
Status:
In development
Description:

The first paper examines the value of a statistical life (VSL) for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) victims.
The second paper concerns hypothetical bias in contingent valuation (CV) studies. We investigate the link between the determinants and empirical treatment of uncertainty through certainty calibration.
The third paper investigates the performance of two communication...Read more...

Coordinator:
Sweden
Status:
Under research
Description:

Södra Älvsborg Fire & Rescue Service (SERF) has conducted, in collaboration with the SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, scientific studies on the basis of reported and documented experiences from almost ten years’ practical implementation of the of the Cutting Extinguishing Concept (CEC) or methodology in firefighting operations. SERF was commissioned by the Swedish Rescue...Read more...

Coordinator:
Sweden
Status:
Completed
Description:

The purpose of this study has been to present the available extinguishing methods and their "Method Ability" for external extinguishment on building fires. For fire fighters, there is an emphasis on external extinguishing methods before internal to prevent carcinogenic substances from being absorbed into the skin. The study also looks into the effects of using foam to extinguish...Read more...

Coordinator:
Sweden
Status:
Under research
Description:

A new study just started by the MSBRead more...

Coordinator:
Sweden
Status:
In progress
Description:

This report is an analysis that accounts for changes in the materials and designs of cars that can affect the rescue work during operations.

Each year, new models of passenger cars on the Swedish market. Already introduced models can have minor changes in the new model year. In cases where the introduction means changes of material and technical designs, it can affect how a rescue...Read more...

Coordinator:
Sweden
Status:
Ongoing project
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