|Project Title||Ultimate End User Platform|
|H2020 Topic List||Not specified yet|
|Role within the Consortium||* Project Partner|
|Type of activity||* Management|
The definition of an Ultimate End User is a person influenced by a crisis including but not limited to those involving chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) contamination. Crises could include natural disasters such as flooding, earthquake and volcanic eruptions.
The Ultimate End User Platform is a managed process for collecting data generated by First Responders, Decision Makers and Local Authorities on one side and Ultimate End Users on the other through discussion and debates. It provides a public forum for discussing who can do what (“what We can do and what They can do”) in relation to a variety of topics relating to managing crises including CBRNE events.
The data collected will inform those responsible for providing duty of care to those affected by a crisis regarding the effectiveness or otherwise of existing and proposed operational functions. This will help the Emergency Services to judge the suitability of their Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs).