The project will focus on the creation of recommendations for action and the development of qualification modules to ensure uniform communication between all parties in emergency situations.
The project will ensure safer and faster rescue processes on the basis of uniform communication between all parties involved in the rescue chain.
Recommendations for action and training specifications will be developed for the entire field of activity, not only for the renewable energy and maritime sectors but beyond. International transferability will ensure the development of high-quality recommendations and specifications based on the same level.
The project focuses on the development of recommendations for action and qualification modules to ensure uniform communication between all parties involved in the rescue process in emergency situations.
Rescue organisations in particular complain that although the processes have been clarified within their organisations, they do not have sufficient interface mechanisms with other organisations. This applies to a particularly critical extent in complex emergency situations, in which smooth communication between different organizations is necessary.
The aim of this project is to achieve safer and faster rescue procedures in the future on the basis of uniform communication between all parties involved in the rescue process, not just in the renewable energy and maritime sectors but beyond.
Through the participation of international stakeholders, national guidelines and, where applicable, existing rescue concepts and procedures along with existing subject-related training will be examined and compared with the goal of ensuring international transferability of the recommendations and qualification modules developed in the project.
The development of recommendations for action for standardized qualifications and the development, testing and piloting of the training modules mean high-quality recommendations for action and training specifications based on the same level will be created in the future. These recommendations and specifications will contribute to the safe planning of work processes in this growing field of activity.
Project period 01.02.2019 to 31.01.2021