The Center for Disaster Medicine and Traumatology

National Research Center for Traumatology assigned by the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare

Common practices for first responders – Project BlåljUS

Common practices in training and risk management for First Responders (Project BlåljUS) is a Swedish project funded by the European Union Internal Security Fund – Police within the objective “Managing risk and crisis”. Project duration: 2017-2019.

The project was led by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency’s emergency training centers, with KMC, Fire and Rescue Services Syd (Rsyd) and Swedish Police as partners. The goal of the project was to develop a platform of validated training methods and contents in the field of risk management and interagency training for the first responder community. The project aimed to implement a pedagogical framework and platform to support cooperation in joint first responder agency training and education. The project contributed to common ground in risk assessments, training, incident management and after action review.

Read more at: msb.se/blaljus

Selected publications:

Peter Berggren, Henrik Lidberg, Lynn Ranåker, Johan Hornwall
Utvärdering av modul räddningstjänst för Emergo Train System
Rapport KMC-ETS-2019-001

Erik Prytz, Carl-Oscar Jonson, Jonas Rybing
Forskningsöversikt inom träning och övning

Contact: Carl-Oscar Jonson