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Setting the standard for combating the global threat.(IJOCC programme)

With the increased threat of global terrorism, there is now more need than ever to have a global system of command and emergency management. The International Joint Operations Command Conference (IJOCC) 2004 will seek to develop this goal by gathering together global experts in the areas of incident command and terrorism response.

How can the world's emergency services and governments work more closely to develop relationships and unified responses to terrorism and natural disasters?

The US Department of Homeland Security has approved the National Incident Management System as the US' first standardised management plan that creates a unified structure for federal, state and local lines of government incident management. …

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