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.
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Organic coffee ☕️
EENA’s latest work (homemade in our Belgian office)
– Document: Caller location in NG112 – end-to-end approach.
– ‘NG112: from theory to reality’ virtual event: Check the recording and materials here.
– Webinar on emergency communications reforms in France. Access the recording and materials here.
– Blog post: Seeking help for mental wellness: a sign of courage. Opinion article from Monica Million, Executive Director, Colorado 9-1-1 Resource Center.
– Document: Emergency Services Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities – 2021 update.
– Blog post: EENA meets Italian firefighter Federico Brizio.
To be served soon 🍽️
Upcoming EENA activities
– Blog post on teleworking for emergency call-takers
– 18 May (15.00 CEST): Webinar on emergency communications reforms in the Netherlands. Add to Calendar
– 25 May (16.00 CEST): Technical workshop on identifying and resolving AML errors when using Android Emergency Location Service (ELS). Add to Calendar
– 1 June (15.00 CEST): Webinar on emergency communications reforms in Portugal. Add to Calendar
– 8 June (15.00 CEST): Webinar on emergency communications reforms in Sweden. Add to Calendar
In need of refreshment? 🍶
Look back at our previous work
– Call for abstracts: #EENA2021: Call for abstracts now open! Deadline: 14 May
– Blog post: Critical Communications: Today and Tomorrow.
– Webinar on emergency communications reforms in Bulgaria. Access the recording and materials here.
Latest hot news & events in the sector
1 May: International Drone Day. To celebrate this day, EENA announced an upcoming publication of a new UTM paper on 31 May 2021.
17 May: World Information Society Day – “Accelerating Digital Transformation in challenging times”. Tune in to hear from digital transformation experts at ITU, and in Niger, Trinidad and Tobago, Kenya, South Africa and Estonia. Listen to the podcast here.
27 May: Emergency Medicine Day.
There are two main species of coffee: Arabica (originally cultivated on the Arabian Peninsula) & Robusta (more hardy plant with double the amount of caffeine).
What is your favourite? Arabica is consumed by 70% of the world. Are you a coffee mainstreamer or a coffee hipster?
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