Search and Rescue Europe Trends Report 2013

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34.3% consider too many resources with
no clear leadership strategy is biggest
barrier to a seamless SAR response
In preparation for Search and Rescue Europe 2013, due to take place 19-21
March at Action Stations, Portsmouth www.searchandrescueeurope.com, we
conducted a short survey to get a view of the current trends and challenges in
the industry.

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Search and Rescue Europe Trends Report 2013

  1. 1. New Release: Search and Rescue Europe Report 2013In preparation for Search and Rescue Europe 2013, due to take place 19-21March at Action Stations, Portsmouth www.searchandrescueeurope.com, weconducted a short survey to get a view of the current trends and challenges inthe industry.Improving interoperability, communication and co-operation with other SARresources is the biggest concern for more than one-third of organisations. The mainissue hindering the development of a seamless Search and Rescue response is lackof leadership and too many resources operating with no big picture.Funding is also impacting on the ability of organisations to deliver their services -reflecting the troubled economic landscape of recent years across Europe. This ishaving an effect on staffing and training, and upgrading of existing equipment.It is interesting that only 10% of respondents believe equipment available on themarket serves current Search and Rescue needs - so the problem essentially lies inorganisations having the funds available to upgrade.For a copy of the full report, please click here or follow the link below:http://tinyurl.com/bhukuye

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