Understandding the manner in which a fire reacts to the variables of fuel, weather, and topography, including variables as rate of spread and intensity, can help both in fighting the already ignited fires and in .
to be aware of the topic that shall be evaluated, knowledge is needed on how to evaluate.
Examples of topics: CBRN, wildfire, flooding.
If participants don't have knowledge about the ’s knowledge and capabilities and expertise, they will lose trust.
To find out if the was conducted in an optimal way and if the plan of the was respected.
- SOPs for defining methodology and proces of the based on its type
- defining the methodology (literature review, interview, , etc.)
- should cover all phases of planning/execution
- model for a final report
Evaluators should be from a correct field/have to have expertise in the specific area. If an evaluator of a process is needed, then a generalistic approach would work. Evaluators of evaluators to have skills in management and processes. Activities from organisational work are needed as well as understanding of processes.
- (National/Critical Infrastructure) Sensible Information Security
- Quality management of the
When conducting an , evaluators play an important role in examining the workflow of the . For them having information about the general setup of the exercise is necessary.
Without clearly defined objectives it’s impossible to measure if the was successful or not. They are necessary to give value to an .
In order to assure that the evaluators are present for all relevant events / injects.
- to ensure the key indicators and planning are met
- the challenge is how we are implementing that have an effect on how the of the will be
- to narrow down the objective to SMART measuring points that can be evaluated
- to support any logistical and organisational challenges
- to improve impact of
- often not taken seriously
- to emphasise the learning
- Evaluation starts with identifiying the objectives of the exercise.
- to emphasise the fact that exercises are to improve and not to blame
management in the recent COVID-19 pandemics has been impeded by lack of coherence between decision making in different agencies and at different levels.
Management actions and deployment of resources to deter fires are based on where and how fires occur. Understanding what makes an area to be particularly prone to burn or not is not only important for conserving its values and resources but also for preventing that future management actions, particularly in areas were fires accumulate, do not result in increased vulnerability to wildfires.
Insufficiencies in terms of resource management (human resources, hardware, etc.) during multi-stakeholder long-term operations.
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