The Seventh Canadian Public Safety Interoperability Workshop

@BjornRutten
Social Catalyst Inc.
Action Item:
9. Support development of social media
activities related to emergency
management

*Communications Interopera...
Panel presentations followed by Q&A
 Guided interactive discussion
 Identify potential CISC Action Plan tasks

―The advent and widespread availability of the
Internet, mobile telecommunications technology,
instant messaging and socia...
My organization does not see the value
Cost&Risk vs Benefit
 I’m listening but don’t know where or
how to get actively in...
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―All organizations are at different stages of
maturity with respect to their understanding
and use of social media. ...
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―Moreover, this is a field that is increasingly
being supported by non-governmental
organizations—some of which are mor...
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Dr Kate Kaminska, Defence R&D
Canada, Center for Security Science
(CSS)

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Dr Satyamoorthy Kabilan, The
Conference Boa...
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Maturity Model
Vision, road map, action plan
 Value proposition
 #SMEM priority interests: prevention to recovery &...
@BjornRutten
Social Catalyst Inc.
Standby Task Force (SBTF) map – Typhoon Yolanda
Google Crisis Map – Typhoon Yolanda
Calgary Emergency Operations Centre
American Red Cross - DigiDOC
Social Media, Emergency Management & Disaster Relief in Canada (CITIG7 session)
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Discussing the present and future of the use of social media for emergency management and disaster relief in Canada.

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  • Not about Social Media about Communications, by the time you think it will be implemented sm will change as already evolving. Exploiting the public is exactly what US is doing. Virtual Volunteers are an 'outside in approach', the SBTF map has bad data in it and other issues, Goggle Crisis map is fluff, Digi Doc is bells & whistles and created for PR push. cc: Kate Kaminska
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Social Media, Emergency Management & Disaster Relief in Canada (CITIG7 session)

  1. 1. The Seventh Canadian Public Safety Interoperability Workshop @BjornRutten Social Catalyst Inc.
  2. 2. Action Item: 9. Support development of social media activities related to emergency management *Communications Interoperability Action Plan Tasks (2013-2014) *
  3. 3. Panel presentations followed by Q&A  Guided interactive discussion  Identify potential CISC Action Plan tasks 
  4. 4. ―The advent and widespread availability of the Internet, mobile telecommunications technology, instant messaging and social networking applications has empowered individuals to become direct participants and partners in all aspects of emergency management and humanitarian relief—from prevention to recovery and beyond.‖
  5. 5. My organization does not see the value Cost&Risk vs Benefit  I’m listening but don’t know where or how to get actively involved  I am using social media but the focus is on outward comms & risk management  I am confidently exploiting the opportunities for community engagement, participation and open innovation 
  6. 6.   ―All organizations are at different stages of maturity with respect to their understanding and use of social media. By establishing a coherent and common maturity model, each organization will be able to establish a deliberate path for improvement over time.‖ ―We currently lack a clear and common vision, road map and action plan about the application of social media to emergency management. This will require the collective input of a broad range of organizations in order to be meaningful and in order to sustain the direction that is identified over the long term.‖
  7. 7.  ―Moreover, this is a field that is increasingly being supported by non-governmental organizations—some of which are more sophisticated than some official organizations—and we need to have a forum that is capable of embracing a wide range of groups who are committed to common outcomes.‖
  8. 8.  Dr Kate Kaminska, Defence R&D Canada, Center for Security Science (CSS)  Dr Satyamoorthy Kabilan, The Conference Board of Canada (CBoC)
  9. 9.   Maturity Model Vision, road map, action plan  Value proposition  #SMEM priority interests: prevention to recovery & beyond  Training  Network of #SMEM use leaders  Pool of resources  Virtual volunteers    Collaborating with NGOs and Digital Volunteers How do we learn? How do we lead? What tasks should be added to CISC Action Plan?
  10. 10. @BjornRutten Social Catalyst Inc.
  11. 11. Standby Task Force (SBTF) map – Typhoon Yolanda
  12. 12. Google Crisis Map – Typhoon Yolanda
  13. 13. Calgary Emergency Operations Centre
  14. 14. American Red Cross - DigiDOC

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