DARWIN Scientific Coordinator, Ivonne Herrera discussed standards in crisis management with the European Committee for Standardisation recently. Standards in crisis management are discussed under the heading of Societal and Citizen Security, in the Working Group “Crisis management and civil protection”.
ISS (Istituto Superiore di Sanitá) is the Italian National institute for Health and works on the healthcare aspects of the DARWIN project. Within Darwin, ISS plays the role of user organisation in the healthcare domain. Thanks to its national healthcare network, ISS facilitates and supports the involvement of other Italian health stakeholders in Darwin activities. Particularly, ISS leads tasks around integrating healthcare in to the generic resilience crisis management guidelines, and in the pilots and evaluation phases of the guidelines.
Posted on: 03-03-2017
DARWIN, IMPROVER, RESILENS, RESOLUTE and SMR are all funded by H2020 and are working towards improved resilience to natural and manmade disasters. The five projects get together regularly to discuss where they can find synergies, and to identify opportunities for cooperation. At their most recent meeting they provided updates on their work on resilience guidelines and upcoming events where they can cooperate.Read More
Posted on: 15-12-2016
DARWIN will host a workshop for the DARWIN Community of Practitioners from the 28th to the 29th of March 2017 in Linköping, Sweden. The purpose of the workshop is to ensure that the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG) are relevant and practical to end-users in resilience and crisis management.Read More
Posted on: 20-01-2017
EU funded resilience projects, Smart Mature Resilience, ResiStand and DARWIN have published a joint newsletter. Smart Mature Resilience is a multi-disciplinary research project working for more resilient cities in Europe.Read More