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close this bookEmergency Information Management and Telecommunications - Trainer's Guide - 1st Edition (Disaster Management Training Programme, 78 p.)
close this folderPART 2: EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS (1 hour and 30 minutes)
View the document(introduction...)
View the document36. Part 2 Learning Objectives: Emergency telecommunications
View the document37. Emergency telecommunications
View the document38. Major emergency telecommunications management concerns
View the document39. Typical political/organizational concerns
View the document40. Possible solutions to political/organizational concerns
View the document41. Equipment/infrastructure concerns
View the document42. Emergency telecommunications technologies
View the document43. Strategic (worldwide) telecommunications systems
View the document44. Tactical (short-range or local) telecommunications systems
View the document45. UN/DHA On-Site Operations Co-ordination Center Network
View the document46. UN/DHA OSOCC Network: Capital - Site Links
View the document47. Summary

46. UN/DHA OSOCC Network: Capital - Site Links


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Note the specific linkages between the OSOCC established at the disaster site and other telecommunications sites.

Telecommunications Exercise:

At this point in the session, divide the participants into small groups, and refer them to the exercise in Part 2 of the training document, entitled "Telecommunications Barriers in Zenon." have them read the exercise and then answer the questions as a group. Once again, remind each group to appoint a facilitator and reporter and prepare to report their results back to plenary. Plan approximately 40 minutes for small group work on the exercise and another 20 minutes for group reports to plenary.


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