All EENA Members can participate in EENA Committees, including: 





The EENA Operations Committee:

   ✔ Creates a set of requirements and recommendations for European emergency services;

   ✔ Stimulates sharing of best practices among EU emergency services;

   ✔ Reviews the different 112 models in Europe.

The Operations Committee (OpCom) holds conference calls on different issues (subcommittees, national 112 Systems, etc...). There is an Operations Committee mailing list as well as subcommitees mailing lists.


National 112 Systems' Review

National 112 Systems presentations are available to EENA members upon request. They are extended presentations covering the whole functioning of emergency services in a European country (EU and non-EU countries).

You can also read the abstract of EENA's "Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP) in Europe" document, 2014 edition, here.


Members and chairs

The Committee is open to all EENA Advisory Board and 112 ESSN members.

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While citizens use IP-based communications every day, emergency services are hardly reachable with other means than standard voice communications. The Technical Committee intends to establish requirements so that emergency services can be accessed via a whole range of IP-communications. The work also aims at making emergency services more interoperable using Next Generation Networks. 
Conference calls are held every month on different issues. Dedicated mailing lists are in use.

Members and chairs

The Committee is open to all EENA Advisory Board and 112 ESSN members, and partially open to standardisation experts.


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