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.
Organic fall blend☕️
EENA’s latest work (homemade in our Belgian office)
– EENA 2022 – Call for abstracts: Submit your proposals & join us as a speaker in Marseille! Deadline is 24 November!
– Public consultation: Emergency communications – improving access through the single European emergency number ‘112’. Read EENA’s response here.
– Blog post: The Beirut explosion: drone mapping for recovery?
– Press release: Conference materials are now available! (Re)live our EENA Conference & Exhibition 2021.
– Document: Transmitting video to the Public Safety Answering Point – a human perspective
– Report: EENA-Everdrone Project – Final Report
– Press release: EENA’s medal of honour for Distinguished Service during COVID-19
Next harvest 🍁
Upcoming EENA activities
– Document on citizens response to cardiac arrest
– 112 Awards 2022: Call for applications to open soon!
– Blog post on research trends in emergency management
– PSAP Report 2021
Too much 🍎 cider punch? Don’t worry, we’ll recap
Look back at our previous work – Blog post: EENA meets Rut Erdelyi to talk about resilience – Blog post: NG112 with accessibility in mind
– Blog post: Using live video features for emergency rescue: The eye-on-scene assessment in Italy, the importance of multimedia emergency communications
Latest hot news & events in the sector
Podcast: Crisis Response Listen. Visit CRJ’s audio section here.
ENGAGE H2020 blog post: Are you ready to face a disaster? Emergency services point of view. Read here.
3-5 November: Critical Communications week 2021. Register here.
21 November: World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims 2021.
25 November: International Day to End Violence against Women. Read here.
24-26 November: European Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction 2021. More info.
Some people take their celebrations way too far. “The scariest place on Halloween isn’t a cemetery or haunted house — it’s the emergency room.”
The Halloween festivities fill the emergency room with a plethora of characters. Most of the people seeking treating arrive “in some sort of costume”. There can be a Spiderman in one room, while the next is occupied by Wonder Woman.
Read here the Halloween tales from the emergency room.