"Evaluate and classify rapidly, to effectively manage a plurality of critical situations". This is the operational need that inspired the SPRINT-Lab researchers of the University of Udine in identifying and formulating a solution to the problem, by borrowing the concept of triage from the medical sector and applying it to
Within SERM Academy, SPRINT researchers are coordinating the iTRIAGE approach (engineering of integrated patrol techniques for the management of emergencies, in Italian: "Ingegnerizzazione di Tecniche Ricognitive Integrate Applicate alla Gestione dell’Emergenza"). iTriage aim is the creation of IT and organizational instruments to support collection, transmission, processing, and representation of
Short-term countermeasures for securing cultural heritage buildings during a seismic emergency: Improvements after the 1976 Friuli earthquake
Journal: Bollettino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata, Authors: Grimaz S., Malisan P., Zorzini F.
On July 9, 2018 an experiential training day about disabilities in emergencies was held. The experiential training is an activity developed within the SERM Academy; this day was particularly addressed to firefighters and FVG Civil Protection personnel. During the experiential training, lecturers presented the general aspects concerning the management of
WHEN From 11 to 15 September 2017 - View posts on the SPRINT Blog (only in Italian) WHERE Portis Vecchio (training site of the SERM Academy), Venzone (municipality), Palmanova (Regional Civil Protection headquarter) OBJECTIVES The exercise aims at verifying the effectiveness of the integrated seismic emergency response of the Italian
The SERM Academy was founded with the aim of contributing to the development of an integrated system model for the management of the response in seismic emergency and the improvement of cross-border interoperability among the different subjects involved after an earthquake. Portis Vecchio, abandonded after the Friuli earthquake of 1976,