Emergency Services

All staff involved in emergency response and working for the police, fire and rescue, ambulance along with the Marine Coastguard Agency should be aware of JESIP.

All emergency services should be:

  • Aligning any relevant policies & procedures to the JESIP Joint Doctrine
  • Aligning emergency response plans to the JESIP Joint Doctrine
  • Integrating JESIP into existing learning & development programmes so that all levels of staff can access the training they need to learn about JESIP and how to apply it
  • Incorporating JESIP into multi-agency exercises so that staff have the opportunity to apply JESIP in a realistic environment
  • Enhancing existing de-brief procedures to gather learning from both exercising and incidents that may impact on interoperability with other services
  • Utilising the new Joint Organisational Learning (JOL) App to share that learning as well as learning from others

If your role means you could be first at the scene of an emergency learn more about JESIP by:

  • Read about JESIP, why it was started and what it’s doing now
  • Reading the Joint Doctrine
  • Learn about using METHANE to pass incident information
  • Understanding how the five principles of joint working can improve working with other agencies
  • See how the Joint Decision Model can be used to help commanders work together better
  • Download an Aide Memoire
  • Complete the All staff e-learning package
  • Find out about JESIP courses in your service
  • Improve your knowledge about how your partner agencies work to improve how you work with them
  • Take as many opportunities as possible to work with peers in other agencies and take part in multi-agency training and exercising

If you are likely to fulfil a command role for your service and manage the response of your services at an emergency, you can learn more about JESIP by:

  • Read about JESIP, why it was started and what it’s doing now
  • Reading the Joint Doctrine
  • Learn about using METHANE to pass incident information
  • Understanding how the five principles of joint working can improve working with other agencies
  • See how the Joint Decision Model can be used to help commanders work together better
  • Download an Aide Memoire
  • Complete the Commander e-learning package
  • Find out about JESIP courses in your service
  • Improve your knowledge about how your partner agencies work to improve how you work with them
  • Take as many opportunities as possible to work with peers in other agencies and take part in multi-agency training and exercising

If you want to know more about how JESIP is being embedded in your service, find out who your JESIP Lead Officers are.