JESIP newsletter looks at partnership with non-blue light partners

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The latest edition of the Joint Emergency Service Interoperability Programme (JESIP) newsletter is available online.

This month focusses on the non-blue light services that train, exercise and attend incidents alongside the emergency services.

It looks at the way organisations like Network Rail and local councils are embedding JESIP protocols into their emergency planning.

One such organisation that has incorporated JESIP to support emergency services is the Ministry of Defence (MOD).  The MOD is not categorised as a responder but in recent years, and lately in response to the threatened tidal surge along part of the east coast of England in January this year, it used JESIP principles. This is in order to ensure military personnel are well-placed to work effectively with emergency service partners and understand priorities and requirements.

Published 19th August, 2017

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