EXERCISES ON CIVIL PROTECTION MODULES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT TEAMS AND EUROPEAN UNION CIVIL PROTECTION TEAMS 2015-12016

European cooperation in disaster prevention, preparedness and response.

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Eu ModEX > 2015/2016

Introduction Modex

The Union Civil Protection Mechanism ("Mechanism") was developed as a comprehensive framework for European cooperation in disaster prevention, preparedness and response.
The overall objective of the Mechanism is to strengthen the cooperation among Member States in the field of civil protection and between the Union and the Member States in order to facilitate coordination to improve the effectiveness of system for preventing, preparing for and responding to natural and man-made disasters. In accordance with the principle of subsidiarity, the Mechanism activates support on request of a Member State overwhelmed by a disaster or any affected country in the world. By pooling the civil protection capabilities of the participating states, the Mechanism can ensure better protection primarily of people, but also of the natural and cultural environment and of property. Continue...

Aims and Objectives

The European Union awarded to APELL the assignment to design, plan, conduct and evaluate exercises for Civil Protection modules for the cycles 2015-2016.
APELL will cooperate with General Inspectorate for Emergencies (IGSU) Romania, Fire Safety and Civil Protection Directorate-General (FSCPG) Bulgaria, Estonian Rescue Board (ERB), to organize 3 exercises for Civil Protection Modules: High Capacity Pumping, Water Purification, CBRN Detection and Sampling, Flood Rescue Using Boats, Technical Assistance and Support Team (TAST) and experts of a European Union Civil Protection Team (EUCPT)..
The overall objective of the consortium is to define a base scenario of an international deployment for exercises for the personnel and equipment of registered civil protection modules/TAST and EUCPT. On the basis of this scenario the objective is to design, plan, conduct and self-evaluate specific exercises for civil protection modules, TAST, and EUCPT in civil protection. Specific exercise needs are, among others, the effective work in an international environment (including international guidelines), achieving high levels of interoperability, self-sufficiency, establishing effective communication systems, as well as fostering exchanges of information about equipment and performing command structures.
Moreover, the exercises need to recreate conditions of the international environment of Mechanism interventions, including the interactions of modules, TAST, EUCPT with humanitarian and other relevant international actors.
The consortium shall design the base scenario for a functional exercise and then plan and conduct three exercises on this basis and self-evaluate exercises after the conduct. Each of the exercises shall have a capacity of participation of at least three civil protection modules from different participating states.

Project Management and Coordination

The exercises and locations

Our consortium has designed a basic scenario which will be translated in three field full-scale exercises taking place in three different locations from the countries composing the consortium. In order to respond to Commission’s expectations and to address specific areas of training required by the participating modules for their own development, we are open to modify and adapt, in certain limits, the scenarios.
The exercises will take place as following:

Exercise 1 Romania

Exercise 2 Bulgaria

Exercise 3 Estonia

Date of exercise
22-25 October 2015

Training Base
Arad - Romania

Date of exercise
03-06 March 2016

Training Base
Montana - Bulgaria

Date of exercise
19-22 May 2016

Training Base
Saaremaa - Estonia


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