INSARAG is a global network of more than 80 countries and organisations under the United Nations umbrella. INSARAG deals with urban search and rescue (USAR) related issues, aiming to establish minimum international standards for USAR teams and methodology for international coordination in earthquake response based on the INSARAG Guidelines endorsed by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 57/150 of 2002, on “Strengthening the Effectiveness and Coordination of International Urban Search and Rescue Assistance”

29th INTERPOL DISASTER VICTIM IDENTIFICATION CONFERENCE

The 29th INTERPOL Disaster Victim Identification Conference took place from 29 to 31 May 2018 in Lyon...

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KoBo Training of Trainers (ToT) 2018

The CMC Finland hosted the first KoBo Training of Trainers (ToT) 2018. 22 participants participated in this training which was held in...

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UCC Course held in Brisbane, Australia

The AUS-1 DART has successfully completed a UCC Course held in Brisbane, Australia from Monday 30 April to Thursday 3 May 2018.

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First Structural Engineer Course for USAR Teams

Structural engineers from USAR Teams of 11 countries meet from April 23.-27. in Poggioreale, Sicily to discuss and design the first-ever...

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New INSARAG Guidelines APP

The new APP INSARAG Guidelines is available now in the ...

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Sudden Onset & Humanitarian Response Mapping Course

In a disaster situation, making rapid sense of the avalanche of information is crucial to an effective response.

MapAction’s...

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Crisis Response Journal

The INSARAG Secretariat is a valued partner to the Crisis Response Journal and in recognition of this, the CRJ is offering 40% discount on a...

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NEW CHECKLIST 2018
Teams are taking IEC/R from 1 July 2018, will all be classified based on the checklist 2018