|Don’t know what to do during your coffee break? Our NEW newsletter is the answer.|
|Every 3 weeks we will share with you everything you need to know about our technical work, webinars or events, as well as some hot news from the public safety sector!|
Check below our first coffee break together. ⬇️
|The Portuguese people are famous for taking coffee breaks. In the morning, in the afternoon or at the end of the day. There are no rules.|
Just between us, many times the expression “let’s have a coffee” is an excuse for us to pause and chitchat.
This is the objective of this newsletter: a triweekly energy boost on EENA’s updates and a recap of what happened in our community for you to read over a coffee.
|Too much caffeine? One more spoon of sugar?Let us know your thoughts at [email protected]|
|Organic coffee ☕️|
EENA’s latest work (homemade in our Belgium office)
– New report: Impact of COVID-19 on PSAP activities
|To be served soon ?️|
Upcoming EENA activities
– 22 September (15:00 CEST): Webinar on EU Legislation on emergency communications – What’s next? To be presented by Benoit Vivier. Add to Calendar
– 29 September (15:00 CEST): Webinar on human behaviour & decision-making. To be presented by David Wales & Dr. Chris Cocking. Add to Calendar
– 8 October (16:00 CEST): Webinaron mental health & emergency services. To be presented by Monica Million & Andrew Berrie. Add to Calendar
– Document on False Emergency Calls (update)
– Document on Emergency Silent, Hang-up and Abandoned Calls (update)
– Document on Emergency Services Accessibility for People with Disabilities
– Document on NG112 Implementation Steps
|In need of refreshment? ?|
Look back at our previous work
– Document: COVID-19 Impact on Mental Health and Domestic Abuse Helplines
– Webinar:Lessons learn from the Australian Wildfires. Presented by Steve Warrington, CEO of the Country Fire Authority of the State of Victoria, Australia & Claire Kowalewski, DG ECHO, European Commission. Access the recording and materials here.
– New EENA tool: The “Who-is-who in the Public Safety Industry” Website
– Article on Public warning systems for safer societies for Critical Comms Australia
– Article on Public warning in Italy (in Italian) for Blog Salute Digitale
– Article on Ambulances of the future for Emergency Services Times
Spill the beans…
The first time I made coffee for the EENA team, Gary called me and told me that the coffee I had made should be considered a crime (too watery).
After almost three years at EENA, I am definitely not a barista but as you may have noticed, I am still around, so my coffee skills have improved.
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