The last final stage before Bulgarian exercise!
From 01 to 02.03.2016 in Montana, Bulgaria was held the last planning conference of the second exercise of LOT 2 for water related modules field exercises. Addressing the preparedness for the exercise, the conference was looking in deep details over the scenario, participants, logistic and organizational issues. Organized by a consortium under the leadership of the "National Center for Disaster Management" (CN-
Representatives from ten countries, the governor of Montana, Director of Operations from Bulgarian Directorate for Fire Safety and Civil Protection, the deputy of Montana City mayor, the head of the police department, as well as representatives of the modules that will take part in the exercise together with the management team have discusses the main issues raised by the organization of the exercise.
During the conference the last details on the organization and conduct of the exercise were clarified and the representatives of the modules had the chance to get familiarized with exercise’s sites, EXCON workplaces, and the program for instructors, observers and evaluators.
The scenario of the exercise (within four days of the exercise -
The planned exercise is not only about delivering a venue, scenario, injects and role-
The exercise will provide a close to real environment in order to push modules to train them into an international environment, too coordinate their actions in order to better support the affected country. While working teams will be confronted with a number of critical situations requiring rapid intervention, coordination of actions, with other modules as well as with representatives of local authorities, voluntary organizations and other NGO’s, the European Civil Protection Team will focus on coordination of the modules’ response, trying to integrate it, as much as possible in the Bulgarian national one.
Thanking to the Bulgarian colleagues for all their efforts in preparing the conference, we look forward in having a good exercise in Montana!