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The Consequence Management Field Exercise “IDASSA 2007” was a Croatian contribution to the Partnership Work Programme (PWP) for 2007. The exercise was primarily conducted as a PWP Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Co-ordination Centre (EADRCC) and Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Unit (EADRU) activity. It also actively involved the United Nations Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN-OCHA).
The field exercise was conducted in different sites, all located in Zadar County, approximately 300 KM southwest of Zagreb. The active field exercise (FTX) period was from 21 to 23 May 2007, followed by a demonstration on 24 May 2007.
The exercise consisted of three phases:
Phase one - organisation of on-site operations and training including a tabletop exercise (TTX);
Phase two – field exercise (FTX), which was the major part of the exercise; and
Phase three - joint demonstration of emergency response capabilities of participating countries.
The detailed exercise objectives included:
- To practice EAPC nations' procedures and capabilities to effectively respond to a request for international assistance from a stricken nation;
- Deployment of various civil or military consequence management teams to the stricken nation;
- Coordination and communication of the LEMA with national and international relief teams;
- Coordination and communication between the LEMA and the UN On Site Operation and Co-ordination Centre;
- Training of the national LEMA and liaison officers from participating international teams;
- Cooperation between international relief, rescue, CBR teams and similar national relief teams;
- To exercise procedures to respond to a threat involving biological agents;
- Provision of first aid and medical care and evacuation of population;
- Training in biological and chemical detection and decontamination, and clean-up operations;
- Reception and host nation support for civil and/or military consequence management teams;
- Public information aspects of dealing with a complex emergency situation;
- Regional cooperation among neighbouring countries; and
- To examine relevant aspects of the “CEP Action Plan for the Improvement of Civil Preparedness against Possible Attack against the Civilian Population with Chemical, Biological, or Radiological Agents"