Better integration is the key to more effective Search and Rescue operations. The Australian and New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference 2015 Gold Coast, Australia brings together leading Search and Rescue practitioners to discuss how we can move towards better integration between different Search and Rescue agencies.
Tackling issues ranging from the latest requirements for air search and rescue through to the latest in innovative life-saving training, techniques and technology. The Search and Rescue Conference is a regional event dedicated to advancing the discussions in the Search and Rescue community.
The Search and Rescue conference will provide you with a broad analysis capabilities and strategic plans. Alongside this we will also bring you:
- Canine SAR
- Technology/ Social Media
- Technical/ Equipment
- Education, Training and Certification
- Coordination and Education
- Volunteer Management
- International SAR
- Medical SAR
- Corporate SAR: Mining, Oil, Gas
Insights into the range of problems facing Search and Rescue operations in diverse regions – from the Antarctic to the outback to the vast oceans to New Zealand and our neighbours in Asia
The program will consist of the latest information on requirements and future plans for enhancing aerial Search and Rescue capabilities from around the world. There will be case studies from Search and Rescue agencies. In addition they will examine the importance of social media to Search and Rescue – how can we utilise online communities to save lives. Underpinning this there is an nderstanding of the importance of training for Search and Rescue operators both at the technical and inter-agency level.
Only by improving the understanding of each agencies roles and responsibilities can we create a more effective Search and Rescue community.
Search and Rescue increasing interoperability
Download the full agenda to see exactly what’s in store for 2015 at the Search and Rescue conference the draft program available will be available from March 2015 website http://sar.anzdmc.com.au
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