Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 30 Aug - 01 Sep 2016 Location: Australia (Brisbane, Queensland)
The Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC) and Hannover Fairs Australia, are delighted to announce a new partnership. Combining the strengths of both organisations the partnership will deliver AFAC16 under a renewed focus to embrace and support all fire and emergency agencies to achieve their goals and preserve public safety.
Emergency and disaster management has advanced dramatically over the past five years with fire and emergency service agencies worldwide implementing new and innovative ways to mitigate and respond to disasters.
Recent worldwide catastrophic events have identified the need for better recovery capability. AFAC16 will explore how agencies are getting the balance right, within new, diverse, inclusive multi agency disaster management services.
The conference is comprised of the Research Forum on Tuesday 30 August, an immersive trade exhibition and emergency service focused sessions on Wednesday 31 August and Thursday 1 September. There will be post conference development sessions on the last day of the event, Friday 2 September.
The AFAC16 will attract and showcase the latest developments in emergency services equipment and technology from around the globe to the Australasian region.
The conference is designed to bring together and share the combined wisdom of experience, research and analysis from across the sector. Over two days, the AFAC16 Conference will address the main theme: Migitation, Response, Recovery: getting the balance right and develop on these core topics:
AFAC16 will attract delegates and visitors from emergency and security services agencies, all levels of government, non-government organisations, research and education institutions from Australia and worldwided
The full AFAC16 Conference programme is currently being developed.
Registration will be open on the 8th March 2016.
Event website: http://www.afacconference.com.au/call-for-abstracts/
Short URL: https://www.preventionweb.net/go/47301