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Our Core Team

The CBRNE Collaborative has been launched as a project led by a small team of leaders in the field of emergency response. Our core team's goal is to seed and nurture the CBRNE Collaborative until it is able to grow and thrive thanks to participants like you.

We'd like to introduce you to the CBRNE Core Team members who are nurturing this site and associated activities.

 
International Liaison Committee

The International Liaison Committee (ILC) will lead international stakeholders in building the consensus on CBRNE training standards and competencies for health, psychosocial, and communications professionals, students and volunteers.

This will be done by linking principal CBRNE organizations worldwide and inviting them to become Members. Member organizations are expected to collaborate with other project members and committees to:

  • Recruit health, psychosocial, media or public relations and technology professionals to contribute content, reviewers and authors to the development of the CBRNE guidelines, competencies, and standards, (2012-13)
  • Help establish a method to maintain the standards both locally and worldwide.(2013-14)
  • Ensure standards are adaptive and resource based i.e. change to match available resources and conditions
  • In return for participation all member organizations will share in the right to use the new program developed.

During this project ILC members will meet live via web conference at least monthly, and all may meet as frequently as they are able asynchronously and live in discussion forums on the web site.

Subject Matter Expert Committee

CBRNE Subject Matter Committee Members: Chair Dr. Frank Walter, Advanced Hazmat Life Support, University of Arizona.

The CBRNE Subject Matter Expert Committee is responsible for establishing international contributions to the CBRNE specific content including Environmental causes of incidents.

This will be done by linking key CBRNE experts and organizations worldwide and inviting them to become Members. Members will expected to collaborate with other project members and committees to:

  • Recruit all-Hazard,Chemical, Biological, Radio-Nuclear, Explosion, and/or Environmental experts to contribute content, reviewers and authors to the development of the CBRNE guidelines, competencies and standards, (2012-13)
  • Help establish a method to maintain the standards both locally and worldwide.(2013-14)
  • Ensure standards are resource based and adaptive i.e. change to match available resources and conditions
  • In return for participation all members and their organizations will share in the right to use the new program developed.

During this project CBRNE SME members will meet live via web conference at least monthly, and all may meet as frequently as they are able asynchronously and live in discussion forums on the web site.

End-User Committee

Chair: Trish Dryden, Associate Vice-President, Research and Corporate Planning, Centennial College, Toronto CANADA The End-User Committee is responsible for achieving international input by frontline workers on requirements for program feasibility, utility, and sustainability .This will be done by linking principal end-users support agencies worldwide such as governments, non-governmental organizations,emergency or disaster medical assistance teams, and education institutions etc, who may be responsible to train end-users and inviting them to become Members. Members are expected to collaborate with other project members and committees to:

  • Recruit frontline end-users from Health,Psychosocial,Communications-Public messaging and Communications-Information Technology to contribute content, reviewers and authors to the development of the program guidelines, competencies and standards, (2012-13).
  • Help establish a method to maintain the standards both locally and worldwide.(2013-14)
  • Ensure the program developed is feasible, applicable, cost-effective and sustainable.
  • In return for participation all members and their organizations will share in the right to use the new program developed.

End-users Committee members will meet live via web conference at least monthly, and all may meet as frequently as they are able asynchronously and live in discussion forums on the web site.

 

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