The future of European emergency services – What will change with new legislation?

Free webinar invitation – 30 October 2018

Emergency services work will soon be impacted by the latest European legislation on telecommunications. The legislation has several provisions on the functioning of emergency services including on accessibility, location, reverse 112 and more.

But European legislation is tricky to understand. So how can you know what’s the impact on your work?

Here’s how:

Our very own Benoit Vivier is tasked with explaining everything you need to know, taking the legislative jargon and translating it into understandable next steps. Join us to get a full brief as to what changes are coming for emergency services and what it means for your work.

Join the free webinar on 30 October at 15:00 CEST (Brussels time) to learn all you need to know about how the upcoming European legislation will impact the work of public safety and emergency response.

Who is this webinar for?

  • European emergency services
  • European public authorities working on public safety, emergency calls, ...
  • Professionals working on public safety in Europe

Are you an EENA Member? You’ll receive a direct invitation to join the webinar.

Not an EENA Member? Let Benoit know that you’d like to join via email.

Please note that places are limited.

EENA, the European Emergency Number Association, is a Brussels-based NGO set up in 1999 dedicated to promoting high-quality emergency services reached by the number 112 throughout the EU. EENA serves as a discussion platform for emergency services, public authorities, decision makers, researchers, associations and solution providers with a view to improving the emergency response in accordance with citizens' requirements. EENA is also promoting the establishment of an efficient system for alerting citizens about imminent or developing emergencies.

The EENA memberships include more than 1300 emergency services representatives from over 80 countries world-wide, 80 solution providers, 15 international associations/organisations, more than 200 Members of the European Parliament and over 90 researchers.