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Data and decision-making potential in Fire and Rescue Services

Data and decision-making potential in Fire and Rescue Services

Fire and Rescue Services (FRS) have changed enormously over the last 10 to 20 years and yet, in some...

How human performance improvement can reduce accidents and improve resilience

How human performance improvement can reduce accidents and improve resilience

The field of human performance is relatively unknown outside large, high hazard organisations in man...

How a grass-roots charity is beating malaria in Zambia

How a grass-roots charity is beating malaria in Zambia

Anastasia Kyriacou speaks to the founder of a small charity, The Butterfly Tree, explains why its ma...

Climate change will displace millions in coming decades; nations should prepare now to help them

Climate change will displace millions in coming decades; nations should prepare now to help them

Wildfires tearing across Southern California have forced thousands of residents to evacuate from the...

Facilitating two-way public communication in crisis and disaster management

Facilitating two-way public communication in crisis and disaster management

Susan Anson, Katrina Petersen and Hayley Watson outline several projects in which Trilateral Researc...

The demise of the Golden Hour

The demise of the Golden Hour

Historically, in the field of emergency management or crisis management, the first hour after a cata...

Arctic search and rescue capability for mass rescue operations

Arctic search and rescue capability for mass rescue operations

Martin Boyle says that operations in remote Polar Regions can be extremely challenging and dema...

US National Incident Management System – 2017 update

US National Incident Management System – 2017 update

The US NIMS update is based on experience from the unforgiving environment of real world events and ...

Exploiting limbic reactions to protect crowds in emergencies

Exploiting limbic reactions to protect crowds in emergencies

Editorial Advisory Panel Member Lina Kolesnikova suggests that perhaps the reactions of 'run', 'hide...

Iran earthquake: the disaster, impact and response

Iran earthquake: the disaster, impact and response

Mostafa Mohaghegh, Senior Adviser for Cooperation and Co-ordination, IFRC, and CRJ Editorial Advisor...

Fifteen years after Moscow theatre siege, questions still remain

Fifteen years after Moscow theatre siege, questions still remain

This week marks the 15th anniversary of the Moscow Dubrovka theatre siege, where hundreds of people ...

Humanitarian aid: It’s a matter of trust

Humanitarian aid: It’s a matter of trust

When the need for ever-greater humanitarian action is required in so many parts of the world, is int...

Telephone terrorism continues to target Russian towns and cities

Telephone terrorism continues to target Russian towns and cities

Some Russian cities have been near-paralysed after being targeted by repeated, simultaneous mass bom...

Migration, refugees and criminal exploitation

Migration, refugees and criminal exploitation

Lina Kolensikova and Emily Hough say that criminal elements exploiting migration routes are hardenin...

The importance of crisis communication – Lessons from Ryanair

The importance of crisis communication – Lessons from Ryanair

David Stewart, one of the Crisis Response Journal's Directors, looks at crisis communication pl...

Terrorist attacks with knives

Terrorist attacks with knives

As predicted by European security experts, this summer has brought more cases of terrorist attacks i...

The five things a horse can teach you about crisis management

The five things a horse can teach you about crisis management

Two years ago, despite a life-long allergy and a sworn aversion to getting even remotely close to an...

USAR Blog: Learning the lessons from Australia's worst landslide

USAR Blog: Learning the lessons from Australia's worst landslide

Australia’s worst landslide disaster took place at 23:30hrs on Wednesday 30th July 1997, in Th...

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