Arctic Security and Emergency Preparedness Network

Identifying research priorities for security and safety threats in the Arctic and the North-Atlantic

A new method has been developed for identifying and prioritising research activities related to maritime safety and security issues for the Arctic and the North-Atlantic (ANA) region. 8 September 2022 “This research will guide our international ARCSAR partners in the future in their actions to lessen the probability and impact of catastrophes such as oil…
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9.9.2022 0

Arctic catastrophe exercise starting this week in Svalbard

Main goal is to increase survival rate when a catastrophe happens. “The ARCSAR LIVEX is a unique opportunity for the SAR practitioners, the expedition cruise industry, and technology developers to train together, which will ultimately result in more effective cooperation during SAR incidents. The goal of the exercise is also to enhance trust by learning…
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28.8.2022 0

Upcoming ARCSAR Live Exercise featured in High North News

An expedition ship is on fire outside of Svalbard and tens of people need to be evacuated. This is the scenario for a catastrophe live exercise led by the innovation network ARCSAR…

11.8.2022 0

ARCSAR Tabetop Exercise (TTX) “Oil in Ice” Report

The ARCSAR Tabletop exercise (TTX) Oil in Ice 2021 took place between the 9th and 10th of November 2021. The TTX was organized in a hybrid format in which the main training audience attended the TTX in person on NORDLAB’s premises (Nord University, Bodø, Norway), the secondary training audience attended via Zoom, and the observers…
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3.6.2022 0

Dissemination and stakeholder event 12-13 May, 2022, Portsmouth, UK

University of Portsmouth, HM Coastguard, and Munster Technological University have the pleasure of inviting you to: The ARCSAR Solent Stakeholder Workshop, which will take place in Portsmouth, UK on Thursday 12th and Friday 13th May 2022.

14.4.2022 0