Pian di Carpine 2010 Esercitazione Nazionale

 

Hanno partecipato, in vari gruppi operativi, i seguenti Radioamatori della Sezione ARI di Perugia:    

I0KWX - I0GIM - I0GGM - I0YHD – IW0QMU – IW0RUM - IK0EBS - IK0EFR - IK0HCT - IK0MPI - IK0QJO – IK0UTM – IK0VSV – IK0ZZU - IZ0BVU - IZ0FWK - IZ0MTF - IZ0PAD - IZ0RMH

All'ARI-RE è stato assegnato il settore specifico delle Radiocomunicazioni alternative.

La Misericordia di Magione, unità di Protezione Civile, in collaborazione con:  Confederazione Nazionale delle Misericordie d’Italia - “C.O.C.” del Comune di Magione - Regione Umbria - Provincia di Perugia - Vigili del Fuoco comando di Perugia - Comunità Montana del Trasimeno - R.F.I. Rete Ferroviaria Italiana; con la partecipazione di varie Associazioni di Volontariato:  Misericordie da tutta Italia , ben 25 gruppi; ANPAS, Corciano e Chiusi (SI); CRI, colonna provinciale, Perugia;  ARI, sezione di Perugia;  Gruppo Comunale di Umbertide;  COVER, Passignano sul Trasimeno; Unità Volontaria di Protezione Civile Città della Pieve;  Protezione Civile Mosciano (Teramo). ha organizzato nei giorni 24-25-26 SETTEMBRE 2010 una Esercitazione di Protezione Civile, denominata: “PIAN DI CARPINE IN EMERGENZA 2010”

L'esercitazione, con ampia partecipazione di Enti, Istituzioni e Volontariato ha avuto lo scopo di verificare le capacità organizzative e strutturali delle diverse Associazioni di Volontariato nei vari livelli di emergenza e valutare il grado di operatività ed integrazione dei volontari nei vari settori funzionali: Sistema operativo e di coordinamento, sistema per le comunicazioni alternative in emergenza, sistema logistico e di soccorso e testare l'integrazione del settore sanitario nei suoi vari livelli.

Il coinvolgimento delle Istituzioni territoriali e del Volontariato di Protezione Civile è servito a rafforzare il come le singole Associazioni e le Istituzioni devono muoversi insieme sul terreno a seconda le proprie specifiche specializzazioni ed a far si che ciascun soccorritore acquisisca esperienza, integrandosi in modo da rendere l’intervento qualificato e tempestivo.  

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