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    • Ul.Vasko Karangeleski bb, kasarna Goce Delcev; 1000 Skopje, Macedonia Phone:+389 2 3247 200; Fax: +389 2 3247 225; PROTECTION AND RESCUE DIRECTORATE OF THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
    • Who we are?
      • Protection and Rescue Directorate of the Republic of Macedonia is independent governmental agency.
      • Previously, it was part of Ministry of Defence (Civil Protection Sector).
      • Operational since 16/05/2005.
    • What we do?
      • Protect and rescue people lives, material goods, critical infrastructure, environment and cultural heritage
      - evacuation - sheltering - care for affected population - NBC protection - rescue from ruins - P&R from floods - P&R from fires - protection from UXO - medical help - P&R of animals and their products - P&R of herbs and their products - terrain assanation - other related activities
    • Organizational chart DIRECTOR DEPUTY DIRECTOR Sec. for common affairs СЕКТОР ЗА ОПШТИ ОПЕРАТИВНИ РАБОТИ И ОБУКА ОДДЕЛЕНИЕ ЗА ИНСПЕКЦИЈА Dep. For legal affairs ОДД. ЗА РАЗВОЈ И АНАЛИТИКА КАБИНЕТ НА ДИРЕКТОРОТ 35 ОРГ.ЕДИНИЦИ ОДД.ЗА ОПЕРАТИВНИ РАБ ОДД.ЗА АДМ.РАБОТИ ОДД.ЗА ПОДДРШ. НА ОП . ЦЕНТАР ЗА ОБУКА
    • Where are we ?
    • Basic legal framework
      • Protection and rescue law
        • * adopted in 2004
      • Fire protection law
      • *adopted in 2005
      • Strategic documents
      • * national strategy for rescue and protection
      • *republic plan for rescue and protection
      • *republic risk vulnerability assessment
    • NATO relations
      • Participation in:
      • *Individual Partnership Program
      • *Civil Protection Committee in EAPC format
      • * Joint exercises (IDASSA 07)
    • NATO relations
      • During the wild fires in the summer of 2007 Republic of Macedonia used the SOP of the EADRCC for sending a request for assistance
      • 11 countries answered to the request
    • EU relations
      • Participation in the Civil Protection Committee working sessions
      • Ongoing procedure for signing the Memorandum of Understanding
    • Regional activities
      • -Civil-Military Emergency Planning Council for SEE
      • -South-East Defense Ministerial
      • *SEESIM exercises
      • -Memorandum of Understanding on the Institutional Framework of the Disaster Preparedness and Prevention Initiative for SEE
    • Bilateral agreements
      • Under development with:
      • -Montenegro
      • -Bulgaria
      • -Croatia
      • -Hungary
      • -Slovenia
      • Ready for signing with:
      • - Bosnia and Herzegovina
    • Future directions
      • -To adapt current facilities for education and training of protection and rescue units;
      • -To equip the protection and rescue units;
      • - To ensure interoperability of the standards and procedures in all functional segments of protection and rescue with EU and NATO.
      • Thank you!
      Vlatko Jovanovski Ul.Vasko Karangeleski bb, kasarna Goce Delcev; 1000 Skopje, Macedonia Phone:+389 2 3247 235; Fax: +389 2 3247 235; e-mail: v_22002@yahoo.com
    • CRISIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA INTEGRATED CRISIS MANAGEMENT – RESPONSE ON THE TRADITIONAL AND NEW SECURITY THREATS February, 2008
    • 1. CONCEPTUAL, NORMATIVE AND ORGANIZATIONAL SETUP OF THE CRISIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 2. CURRENT AND FUTURE ACTIVITIES 3. INTEGRATED CRISIS MANAGEMENT – RESPONSE ON THE TRADITIONAL AND NEW SECURITY THREATS 4. QUESTIONS OVERVIEW:
    • 1. CONCEPTUAL, NORMATIVE AND ORGANIZATIONAL SETUP OF THE CRISIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
      • Change of traditional risks affecting the security on global level,
      • High position in the security strategies of NATO and ESDP,
      • Integrated approach both on national and international level
      • “ National Concept of Security and Defence”
      • Strategic Defence Review as political framework
      CRISIS MANAGEMENT– NEW SECURITY CONCEPT:
    • PRINCIPLE LEGAL BASIS OF THE CRISIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
      • Law on Crisis Management (“ Official Gazette of RM ” No . 29/2005)‏
      • Law on Rescue and Protection ( “Official Gazette of RM” , No. 36-2004)‏
    • GOALS OF THE CRISIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM : 1. PREVENTION 2 . MITIGATION 3. RECOVERY CMC – strategic level of decision making and inter-ministerial coordination and coordination with local authorities, including international cooperation in the field of CM
    • Risks and threats according to the Law on Crisis Management
      • National security threats ( terrorism, org. crime, corruption, proliferation, WMD, etc.);
      • Natural catastrophes (floats, earthquakes, wildfires, drafts, etc.);
      • Epidemics, episodes, epifitotis;
      • Environmental hazard ( technical technological catastrophes );
    • Subjects in the Crisis Management System
      • Crisis Management Center ( the system platform);
      • Rescue and Protection Directorate;
      • Ministry of Interior;
      • Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
      • Ministry of Defence;
      • Ministry of Finance;
      • Ministry of Transport and Communication;
      • Ministry of Health;
      • Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management;
      • Ministry of Environment and Planning;
      • Ministry of Economy;
      • Ministry of Local Government;
      • Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
      • Intelligence Agency;
      • State Committee of Corruption Prevention;
      • Municipalities;
      • Public and private enterprises and agencies engaged in Crisis Management;
    • ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONING OF THE CRISIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: The Government 1. Steering Committee, 2. Assessment Group, 3. Crisis Management Centre - HQ of CMC 4. Regional Units of CMC - CMC Regional HQ Government Steering Committee Assessment Group Crisis Management Center Regional Units of CMC HQ Regional HQ
      • CRISIS MANAGEMENT CENTER (CMC)‏
        • An independent governmental body that has a status of a directorate
        • Main functions:
        • - providing continuity of the inter-departmental and international cooperation,
        • consultations and coordination of the crisis management;
        • - preparation and updating the assessment of all risks and dangers to the security of the Republic of Macedonia;
        • - proposing measures and activities for resolving a crisis situation, and
        • - executing other activities pursuant to the Law
        • The CMC shall provide the overall support (expert, organizational, administrative, etc.) of the Steering Committee and the Assessment Group.
    • 2. CURRENT AND FUTURE ACTIVITIES 1. Establishment of a model of crisis management system to overcome the existing organizational weaknesses, 2. Providing the necessary staff and equipment for the Crisis Management Center, 3. Capacity building of the crisis management system and developing mechanisms for interoperability in terms of early warning, prevention and handling crisis situations, 4. Implementation of the European Number – Е112 for all emergency calls, including the public alarm system in RM 5. Strengthening the training system within all entities and maintaining high level of readiness for responding to the crises, 6. Completing the process of development of Methodologies on Risk and Danger Assessment, 7. Completing the process of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the national crisis management system, 8. Establishment of information system for processing, archiving and follow-up of information and providing support in the decision making, 9. Establishment of registry for NATO and EU classified information, 10. Regular and extraordinary exercises for monitoring and upgrading on national and international level 11. Rising public awareness for prevention and conduct in crisis situation
      • Risk Assessment Methodology:
      • where the problem is coming from and what the problem is about?
      • 2. Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs) on prevention, mitigation and recovery:
      • who is doing what, when and how
      • 3. Financial Implications Assessment and Calculation Methodology:
      • what are the coast of prevention, mitigation and recovery cost
      3. INTEGRATED CRISIS MANAGEMENT – RESPONSE ON THE TRADITIONAL AND NEW SECURITY THREATS
      • Risk Assessment Methodology:
      • where the problem is coming from and what the problem is about?
      • a. Unanimous understanding of terminology
      • b. Elaborated analytical procedures
      • c. Justification regarding the methodological procedures applied
      • Ranking of threats:
      • - how immediate they are
      • - scope of threats
      • - endurance of threats
      INTEGRATED CRISIS MANAGEMENT – RESPONSE ON THE TRADITIONAL AND NEW SECURITY THREATS
    • 2. Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs) on prevention, mitigation and recovery: who is doing what, when and how a. Interoperability on national and international level - unified terminology - unified or compatible organized scheme - unified approach to training and exercises (and certification)‏ - compatibility of equipment - unified operational procedures - standard approach in shearing of information INTEGRATED CRISIS MANAGEMENT – RESPONSE ON THE TRADITIONAL AND NEW SECURITY THREATS
    • INTEGRATED CRISIS MANAGEMENT – RESPONSE ON THE TRADITIONAL AND NEW SECURITY THREATS 3. Financial Implications Assessment and Calculation Methodology: what are the coast of prevention, mitigation and recovery cost QUESTIONS?