International Models of Emergency Management and Disaster Response

WEbinars 2021Capacity Building International (CBI) in cooperation with TIEMS ran monthly series of webinars in 2021 that  highlighted and compared various European/International/National domestic emergency management models. Guests presented their different models, approaches, and systems used in emergency management. These webinar series were an excellent opportunity to hear from experts in different countries around the world. Last years program is found below, and the videos can be found on the following link: TIEMS & CBI Webinar 2021 Videos. The results of our 2021 webinar series of International Models in Emergency Management were fantastic with 1,837attendees from 74countries.
 
Thank you to everyone who has helped us grow to this point. We  are now starting a new 2022 TIEMS Webinar Series, with more countries presenting their systems. We will start with a kick-off session on the 27th of January with an update on TIEMS' research projects, activity, and progress with the International Certification program. At this webinar we also like to listen to if our listeners  have ideas or requests for speakers? Maybe a certain nation or national model? Join us on the 27th and let us know!
Webinar Dates 2021
 Topic Presenter(s)    Recording

     24th February

  Done!

      TIEMS International Certification - TQC

A Brief Introduction to TQC

TQC Detailed Description

TQC Newsletter

K. Harald Drager

TQC
Video 24th February 2021 

   11th March

Done!  

     NATO Crisis Management

NATO Crisis Management and Disaster Response

The work of the NATO CMDR COE

Crisis Management vs. Emergency Management

Kyle KingManlio SilvestriErik BensonCOE

NATO

Video 11th March 2021

25th March

Done!

   India Crisis Management

Disaster Management in India:
Evolution, Experiences & Contemporary Challenges

Vinod Menon

INDIA

Video 25th March 2021

       7th April        

Done!

  Czech Republic Crisis Management

Emergency Management Model in Czech Republic

Magda Koutkova

CZECH REPUBLIC

Video 7th April 2021

 22nd April 

Done!

   China Crisis Management

The New National Emergency Management Systems in China

Guosheng Qu

CHINA

Video 22nd April 2021

7th May

Done!

Manchester Series on Covid-19

Covid19 Lessons Learned for Improved Future Pandemic Resilience

Responses to Covid-19: Implications for Emergency Managers

Renewing how we ‘do’ community resilience

K. Harald Drager

David Powell

Duncan Shaw

Manchester Series 

Video 7th May 2021

20th May

Done!

Finland Crisis Management

Civil Defence in Finland

Jarkko Häyrinen

Jyrki Ronkainen

 Pertti Woitsch

Finland

Video 20th May

24th May

Done!

France Crisis Management

French Crisis Management System

 

Jean - Paul Monet

Christian Sommade

France

Video 24th May

11th June

Done!

   Australia Crisis Management

Australian Emergency Management Arrangements

Russell Dippy

Australia

Video 11th June

25th June

Done!

United Kingdom Crisis Management

Rachel Ratcliffe 

Michael Eccleshall 

Ben Platt 

 UK

Video 25th June

9th July

Done!

National Emergency/Disaster Management Model for Bulgaria

 CMDR COE

Col. Orlin Nikolov

Bulgaria

Video 9th July

15th July

Done!

Thailand Disaster & Emergency Management Dr. Tavida Kamolvej

Thailand

Video 15th July

23rd July

Done!

 

Kosovo Crisis Management



Nehat Koqinaj


Kosovo

Video 23rd July

12th  August

Done!

Pacific Disaster Center

 

Dan Morath/Steve Recca

PDC

Video 12th August

26th August

Done!

South Africa Crisis Management

 

 Roman Tandlich

South Africa

Video 26th August

16th September

Done!

Norway Crisis Management

 

Per Kristen Brekke

Norway

Video 16th September

23rd September

Future of Emeregncy Management

with University of Manchester

 

David Powell

University of Manchester

Video 23rd September

15th October

Future of Emeregncy Management

with University of Manchester

 

David Powell

University of Manchester

Video 15th October

 
28th October

Smart Cities Disaster Response: The IMPETUS Projcet

IMPETUS Project Overview and Expected Results

IMPETUS Survey on Ethical Issues on Smart Cities Technologies

IMPETUS Platform - Integration of Tools

IMPETUS Weapon Detection Tool

IMPETUS Social Media Threats Detection Tool

IMPETUS Solutions Implementation in City of Oslo

IMPETUS - COSSEC Network

 

Joe Gorman

Jelena Radosevic

 Radu Popescu

Joe Levy

Joaquin Luzon Tuells

Osman Mohammad Ibrahim

Sandro Bologna

 IMPETUS Project

Video 28th October

4th November

 

Medical Intelligence in Emergency Management

 

James Wilson 

USA

Video 4th November

16th December

Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure

(CDRI)

 

Sameer Pethe

 

 

India

Video 16th December

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Behind this initiative and joining TIEMS in these Webinars are Kyle King from CBI (Capacity Building International), and his brief bio is found below.

Founder anKyle Kingd Managing Director of Capacity Building International. Kyle King has spent 28 years in the emergency services and international security field with 8 of those years being with NATO. Certified in the US Department of Defense as a Chief Fire Officer, he helped design and build the first international DoD Fire and Emergency Services Certification Program for international students, and also served as the first Civil Emergency Advisor to support NATO Operations. Among his other accomplishments he worked to contribute to the development of NATO’s Security Force Assistance program and wrote NATO’s capacity building education and training program for Kosovo. Locations where he has worked in missions includes Bosnia, Afghanistan, Kosovo, and Ukraine. Mr. King holds a Masters in Diplomacy and Terrorism Studies as BS/BA in Public Administration as well as numerous certifications from US Department of Defense, NATO, and other institutions. Currently Mr. King is focused on supporting the Institute for Security Governance and international programs as well as being seconded to the Organization for Security Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

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