Standardize capabilities in front of pre-established scenarios


  • Standardize competences to respond and prevent those risks, and the exchanges, lessons learned, drills and evaluations processes to maintain them.
  • Involve firefighters in establishing doctrine, and build a proactive approach to risk. Doctrine and procedures should be aimed at protecting firefighters and public, not at avoiding and correcting legal conflicts. They should be simple and allow freedom and adaptability to reality.
  • Legal framework and requirements of prevention and self-protection of infrastructures and activities. Plan the implementation of laws and plans.
  • Build specific SOP and doctrine for specific scenarios with high impact.

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Security and resilience – Emergency management – Guidelines for capability assessment ISO 22325:2016 ISO 22325:2016 provides guidelines for an organization in assessing its emergency management capability. It includes· an assessment model with a hierarchy of four levels;· eight indicators;· an assessment process, explaining how to plan, collect, analyse and report.ISO 22325:2016 is intended to be used by organizations responsible and accountable for emergency management. Each organization’s context can involve a mix of prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery activities.



A summary of risk areas and scenario analyses 2012–2015 MSB, Sweden This report presents an overview and synthesis of the 14 scenario analyses conducted as part of the national risk and capability assessment between 2012 and 2015. The report thus represents a response to Assignment 16 of MSB’s appropriation for 2015.


This report could help to suggest a new item proposal for standards.