D3.1 Diverse representation and evolution of resilience guidelines support V1

D3.1 Diverse representation and evolution of resilience guidelines support V1

This Deliverable (D3.1) aims to offer proposed formats and access to the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG) that will be developed during the course of the project.

The formats and shall be easily adopted and used by end-users in the resilience and crisis management community. This deliverable is based on the DARWIN practitioner and academic requirements for resilience management guidelines, which are available in deliverable D1.3. Furthermore, a survey concerning existing format and access to crisis management guidelines used by target end users designed has been carried out and results from ongoing parallel tasks and the DARWIN Community of Crisis and Resilience Practitioners workshop and its resultant deliverable, D5.2.

After a brief explanation of the rationale and processes for compiling the strategy, the requirements for representation of the guidelines are examined. This addresses target end-users, which have been informed by a variety of sources, including the aforementioned deliverable D1.3, the stakeholder mapping, as well as feedback from end-users and practitioners.

Furthermore, prevalent guidelines formats and access currently in use among end-users are described and guidelines in the Healthcare, ATM and Oil and Gas industries are examined. These are complemented by a survey of end-users and a summary the most common forms of access.

Additionally, the wiki application developed in DARWIN for effective knowledge management and updating is introduced and an outlook given, how the development of the guidelines will proceed in course of the project.

The DARWIN project aims to develop state of the art resilience guidelines and innovative training modules for crisis management. The guidelines, which will evolve to reflect the changing nature of crises, are developed for those with responsibility for protecting the population or critical infrastructure/services. They will be useful for everyone directly involved, and with an interest in, crisis management from Policy to Practice.

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