Programme

Please note that especially this year there are some different conditions about several of the planned speakers. Although we have confirmation of participation from foreign presenters, travel restrictions and general recommendations due to Covid19 may mean we have to postpone / cancel. We appreciate your patience.

Kl. 08.00
Open for registration
Kl. 09.00
Official opening of the Annual General Meeting.
Kl. 09.15
Stage 1

Administration

Supply and framework agreements. How do we get the best deals?
Should everyone commit to the same agreements and needs? What are the consequences for the National Emergency Management of being part of the Defense procurement? Process plan, stakeholders, regulations (what should be done about the board and / or emergency commission), law, advantages / disadvantages of a framework agreement, what we do well today and what we can do better in the future. Panel debate on tenders, on joint purchasing, etc.

In the panel: Director Lars Møldrup (Fire and Rescue Southern Jutland), special consultant Bent Hansen, lawyer Rikke Søgaard Berth (partner, Horten), Head of National Contingency Karen Bak Aastrup, and Head of Section Bolette Justateriel (Defense Ministry).
Moderator: Camille Grubbe, Network Administration.

Kl. 09.15
Stage 2

Education

What should the future training of operations commander, team leaders and firefighters look like? What needs and desires are there and what requirements should be made?

How do we create the best operational training in emergency preparedness in the future? We train in the operational competencies required for day-to-day preparedness. Is the content of the training for firefighter, team leader and Deputy Leader contemporary to a modern, innovative readiness, where new building types continue to advance, where modes of transport change and where the risk of major damage and major efforts increases?

We are doing a workshop involving the audience, together to point out the education of the future.

Loa Gottlieb is a facilitator and other relevant educational actors provide brief input from the stage. Subsequently the result will be handed over to the Education Committee of the Danish Contingencies, for the future work on shaping the emergency preparedness training programs in the future.

Kl. 10.30
Demo area

Operative

The green transition will also come to the emergency response. Vehicles on alternative propellants will also soon be allowed space in the garages.

A manufacturer demonstrates the latest technology.

Kl. 11.00
Stage 1

Crisis management

Municipal crisis management, the contingency plan (§25 plan in the municipalities) and the health emergency plan. The interaction between plans, municipalities, KL and the NOST.

Own experience, what works and what can be improved, seen through KL.

Presentation by Director Laila Kildesgaard, KL.

Kl. 11.00
Stage 2

Operative

Panel discussion on new forms of learning.

How can we integrate another or different form of learning into education and maintenance, e.g. :

E-learning, etc.
XVR training.
Evaluation of interventions based on video.

In the panel participants from several municipal tools, foreign participants with experience with XVR and representatives from BRS and DAPUC.

Kl. 11.45
Lunch
Kl. 13.15
Stage 1

Operative

The targets of the emergency response are the same, but our framework is different. This applies both to the operational framework but also to the framework within which buildings are built. ITUT and ITT together with the local emergency management structure, are of great importance for the implementation of action.

After a brief presentation, we initiate a floor game where you get to see the frame as what you’re won for. You will have the opportunity, in collaboration with other colleagues, to gain an insight into how the goal of the effort can be achieved with other resources and frameworks.

You can participate with your knowledge no matter where in the emergency response you have your work. You should expect this knowledge to come into play during this presentation.

Kl. 14.30
Demo area

Education

The use of modern technology is gaining ground in several places. It may also be the future of preparedness.

EVRT is a unique VR-bassed training system that allows you to train your skills as an ambulance manager, response leader SUND, emergency response manager Police or task force brand.

With VR simulation training, you get direct sparring and feedback on your actions and the decisions you make under pressure in major, special events.

Watch training trailer demonstration with Virtual Reality exercises.

Kl. 15.00
Main Stage

Internationalt

The fire in the Parking House

On the afternoon of May 7, 2015, the commission heard that the On January 1, 2020, it began to burn in a car parked in the parking garage at Stavanger airport Sola. When the fire department arrives, several cars have caught fire on the first floor of the parking lot, which has three floors and capacity for 3,000 cars. The fire spread due to strong winds quickly, and developed large amounts of smoke and fire gases. Hotels were evacuated, the airport closed and several neighboring objects were affected. Quickly, it became a major and complex effort, with many challenges, including the creation of a european union. electric cars in the parking garage, lack of fire sectioning and poor carrying capacity in the structures. Hear from the responsible head of action what tactical considerations, thoughts and experiences the effort has given.

Presentation in Norwegian.

Presentation by Fire Chef Nils-Erik Hagenruud, Rogaland Brand and Redning.

Kl. 15.45
Demo area

Operative

Joint exercise and co-training. Preparedness East and The Capital’s Preparedness demonstrates container-based practice modules, which are currently used across and jointly between the two tools. There will be an intervention exercise involving Preparedness FYN on a special chemistry practice container.

Kl. 16.00
See you tomorrow – beverage
Kl. 09.00
Opening
Kl. 09.15
Stage 1

Prevention

Planning by the fire service for major events in conjunction with the Police and other authorities.

Panel discussion on interactions and challenges, with participants from municipal emergency services, municipality, police and others.

Kl. 09.15
Stage 2

Operative

We all need exercises, manually as at the strategic level.

A few years ago, region Midtjylland did not have a plan or concept for exercises in the pre-hospital area.

Hear how the region has approached the task of building an exercise concept. What were the thoughts behind, how have they obtained support, what has been accomplished and where would region Midtjylland want to go with their practice activity.

Presentation with the drill manager from Region Midtjylland.

Kl. 09.15
Main Stage

International

In 2021, the Joint European Leadership Training, Officers Leadership and Development Programme (OLDP) will begin. Danish municipal authorities will have the opportunity to participate with European colleagues, but what can we expect? Presentation of the programme from the Dutch Fire and Management Academy.

Presentation in English.

Kl. 10.30
Demo area

Operative

The Danish Emergency Management Agency presents the expert emergency response, including HAZMAT preparedness, NUC measuring car, EOD – SIS – CBB and other.

Kl. 11.00
Stage 1

Prevention and Operative

Technological developments are rapid and energy storage in batteries is becoming more and more widespread. This raises some issues for the emergency crews in the case of fire and accidents, where, among other things, the number of fires and accidents has been caused by a fire. Electric cars are involved.

What do we know now and how to plan for and manage responses with fire in batteries and what challenges must be particularly attentive to the environment, tactics, training and equipment.

Presentations with participants from Preparedness East and others.

kl. 11.00
Stage 2

Operative

Robots – what are they capable of? How far are we in the use of new technology to help preparedness? Can we learn from other operational units, such as the Defense Department?

Panel discussion with Jakob Vedsted Andersen, DSB member in FEU, representative from FMI with insight into innovation.

Kl. 11.45
Frokost i hallerne
Kl. 13.15
Stage 1

Recruitment

The Great Prejudice Quiz.

For the past two years, the stage has been created to talk about diversity and equality in Preparedness. A lot has happened since 2018, but we are not yet in the finish line. So play along with the fight between the “girls and the boys”, where you, together with managers in the preparedness, will learn more about the state of preparedness and your own, as well as the prejudices of others.

It is with a smile on our face and a friendly wink when we sharpen our attitudes about gender, professionalism, ethnicity, sexuality and more, and who knows, maybe we’ll be surprised? The quiz is interactive and please download the Kahoot app before the game begins so you can play along.

Muneeza Rosendahl and Tim Simonsen are quiz masters.

kl. 13.15
Stage 2

Strategically

Do we cooperate across sectors? Did the Corona crisis show new opportunities or needs? Is NOST the right forum and does it have the right staffing? How do we ensure even better resilience across?

Panel discussion between Danske Beredskaber, KL, BRS, SST and The Danish National Police.

Moderator: External

kl. 14.30
Demo area

Operative

The future of firefighting. Demonstration of the principles for handling fire in electric car using firefighting robot and firefighting container.

Firefighting robot is shown in use with thermal drone.

kl. 15.00
Main Stage

International

Around New Year, Australia was ravaged by many and large wildfires. Crews and emergency services were stretched to the limit. We hear about the logistical and tactical challenges of coordinating so many simultaneous and major events.

Priorities and resources were prioritised, how is it to be responsible for managing logistics with so many simultaneous incidents, how to keep things on track, and how does pressure from politicians, the media and the public affect decisions? Issues such as these are highlighted by Stuart Ellis, head of AFAC, which coordinates emergency response resources nationally.

Presentation in English via live video link.

Presentation by Stuart Ellis, CEO, AFAC – Australian National Council for Fire, Emergency Services and Land Management.

16.00
Thank you for a great Annual Meeting. See you next year.