The IMRF’s Mass Rescue Operations (MRO) Project shares lessons learned in these very challenging SAR events via conferences and workshops and in our online material at www.imrfmro.org.
Building on the success of the first IMRF MRO subject-matter expert course, held in June 2017, a second course will be held at Chalmers University, in Gothenburg, Sweden, in association with the Swedish Sea Rescue Society (SSRS) from Tuesday to Thursday, 4-6 September 2018.
Aim of the Course
The aim of the subject-matter expert course is to help prepare those with responsibilities for complex incident planning and response, particularly at senior command, control & coordination levels.
Attendees will already have extensive SAR / emergency planning expertise.
The course will enable them to study maritime MRO issues, challenges and potential solutions in depth, acquiring subject-matter expert skills which can then be applied in their local / regional planning and preparation.
|•||Self-preparation, before the course, including assessment of the attendee’s local MRO capabilities and challenges|
|•||Three full days of interactive study of the maritime MRO issues, guided by expert facilitators|
||Post-course application of lessons learned and skills acquired, supported by the material available in the IMRF’s online MRO reference library.|