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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)
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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

39. Typical political/organizational concerns


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Note the barriers, ask for any additions that participants can offer. Explain that, despite wide knowledge of these barriers, the lack of an effective framework for cooperation continues to be a serious limitation.

· Import limits on telecommunications equipment
· Barriers to quick transborder access for experts
· Regulatory barriers to radio use
· Lack of agreement on, confusion over common calling channels