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Third Public Warning Workshop in Paris - Getting it Right the First Time
Event Timing: December 3rd 2019
Event Address: French Ministry of Interior - 40 Avenue des Terroirs de France, 75012 Paris
Contact us at +32 (0)2 738 07 63 or
About the Workshop
The purpose of these workshop series is to help national project teams with the process for design through to delivery of their Public Warning System in order to achieve full compliance with Article 110 EECC by June 2022.

This third in the series of three invaluable European workshops run by PSCE and Zefonar Advisory provides further essential guidance to national Public Warning System (PWS) project teams on preparing for implementation. It deals with the two critical areas of:

1. Operational Readiness – writing the Standard Operating Procedures and Training Manual to ensure national consistency in operation by all the PWS user-authorities and authorising officers, and

2. Community Preparedness and Education – the creation of promotional materials and multi-media communication channels to educate the population to prepare them for pre-launch community-based trials followed by full implementation nationally.

Michael Hallowes will facilitate much of the workshop. He is the former Emergency Services Commissioner and National Director of Australia’s Emergency Alert Program. He will offer his hands-on experience from leading the design to delivery of Australia’s equivalent Public Warning System, as a guide to successful implementation of Article 110 EECC.

PRICE: 300€ (incl VAT, if number available) or 363€ (without VAT number) per person. The workshop includes lunch for all participants as well as coffee-breaks.


IBAN: BE60 3630 5830 0070

VAT BE 0818.127.395

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