The Emergency Planning College (EPC) has released programme and speaker details of its seminar ‘From Recommendation to Embedded Practice: The Art of Really Learning Lessons’, which takes place from 19-20 November at The Hawkhills in Easingwold, near York.
The question of HOW we turn lessons identified within inquiries into ‘embedded practice’ has been deliberated over by emergency management professionals for decades. This seminar marks a watershed moment, as the emergency planning profession moves into a new era.
Essential for all multi-agency partners this seminar will explore the multi-agency approach and the current thinking around it. This will give delegates the opportunity to hear from individuals involved in the Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Programme (JESIP), share the latest practice and highlight the lessons learnt moving forward.
There will be representation from key agencies, including discussions from keynote speaker Paul Sledzik, Head of Family Assistance for the National Transport Safety Board (NTSB), speaker slots from key members of JESIP and led by Dr Rob MacFarlane, Assistant Director of Training and Doctrine for the Cabinet Office.
This seminar is a great opportunity for private and public sector organisations to share the very latest practice on operating within a ‘JESIP’ era. Any multi-agency partners involved in an emergency response will find this seminar essential. It will provide a unique forum for responders to share challenges on interoperability and learn about the latest developments.
The seminar provides a great chance for delegates to visit the college and engage in lectures and discussions with a number of industry leading experts and network with likeminded individuals.
To reserve a place e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01347 825056 for further information.