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Building TETRA coverage into power tunnels

Building TETRA coverage into power tunnels

In this case study we look at how Creowave built underground TETRA coverage for Helsingin Energia, one of the largest energy production companies in Finland

  • Partner
IDER mission to the Philippines

IDER mission to the Philippines

Simon Langdon reports on an IDER mission to the Philippines to see how the country’s resilience to disasters could be improved

  • Profile
Social networking: The simplest hacking tool

Social networking: The simplest hacking tool

Social media – block it or embrace it? We may not have a choice, says former ethical hacker Jason Hart in this, the first article of a regular series looking at information security risks and solutions

  • In Depth
Complex urban response

Complex urban response

Ian Portelli and Mollie Marr conclude their series looking at urban response by investigating the psychosocial disaster paradigm shift and how the psychological implications of injury and illness should never be overlooked

  • In Depth
Wildfires in the Caribbean

Wildfires in the Caribbean

Continuing this series which looks at wildfire risks, trends and management across the globe, Marcos P Ramos and Raúl González report on the current wildfire situation in the Caribbean, with a particular emphasis on Cuba

  • In Depth
Planning for business

Planning for business

Gillies Crichton concludes his two-part series by looking at how to bring together the three strands of emergency, contingency and business continuity planning

  • In Depth
The power of negotiation in criminal crises

The power of negotiation in criminal crises

Patrick Lagadec talks to Christophe Caupenne, head of negotiators in the French elite special operations force, who discusses concerns that hostage takings and sieges might escalate, and how the human dimension must take greater precedence in planning and in society

Ready for the next one?

Ready for the next one?

Ørjan N Karlsson looks at how well European countries are prepared to receive assistance – the concept known as Host Nation Support – in the event of a large-scale disaster

The case for civil protection expansion

The case for civil protection expansion

International disaster scenarios are reinforcing the belief of many emergency practitioners that there are justifiable reasons to extend the scope and role of existing civil protection activities further, says Dennis Davis

  • Civil Protection
  • Europe
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