JESIP the future
Following the programme, a small central JESIP team have remained in place to support the emergency services as they embed JESIP; to retain responsibility for the maintenance and updating of the Joint Doctrine and associated training products and to support the new Interoperability Board.
It is now imperative for the emergency services and other organisations involved in emergency response, to embrace and integrate JESIP until staff follow the principles and use the models as a matter of course in the early stages of an emergency.
Click here to read about more about what emergency services need to do to embed JESIP.
It will take time for local and national policy to align to JESIP and for emergency services to train all the staff who need to use JESIP and the JESIP Team are in place to support services as they do this.
JESIP – continually improving emergency services interoperability
With the Joint Doctrine now in place, it is essential it remains “fit for purpose” and that the emergency services can continue to improve their multi-agency response by learning from the past. The new Joint Organisational Learning arrangements are how JESIP will help services do this.
JESIP Work Areas
The central JESIP team will focus their activity on four key areas of work, to read more click the links below:
- Joint Doctrine – the policy that explains what needs to happen
- Training – the tools to allow staff to learn how to apply the policy
- Testing & Exercising – allow staff the opportunity to test & apply their knowledge
- Joint Organisational Learning - arrangements to ensure the emergency response sector can identify lessons to be learnt and act on them to bring about improvements to our emergency response
All of our work is underpinned by communications and engagement - ensuring the right people get the right information at the right time.
To see who the JESIP team are and how JESIP is governed click here