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JESIP?

The Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Programme (JESIP) was established in 2012 to address the recommendations and findings from a number of major incident reports...
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Principles for joint working

Commanders arriving at the scene take too long or don’t make contact with commanders from the others services. This leads to poor information sharing, lack of communication and no joint understanding of the unfolding emergency. Learn More

JOINT decision model

The overarching aim or purpose for using the JDM is common to all those involved in emergency response. They are the words in the centre of the JDM, All commander and responder staff should remind themselves of the importance of this purpose when responding to a multi-agency incident and applying JESIP. Learn More

SHARED SITUATIONAL AWARENESS

In the initial stages, pass information between emergency responders and Control Rooms using the METHANE mnemonic. METHANE is now the recognised common model for passing incident information between services and their control rooms. Learn More

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JESIP News Edition 16 - out now

We are delighted to bring you the latest JESIP News! In this 16th edition we round up all our main news and include updates about how specialist national doctrine is being aligned to JESIP as well as a look at how the Devolved Administrations...
Tuesday 08/11/2016

Responding To A CBRN(e) Event: Joint Operating Principles for the Emergency Services, First Edition

The first edition of the CBRN(e) Joint Operating Principles provides guidance for the emergency services in how to plan, prepare and work together to respond to CBRN(e) incidents effectively. What are the CBRN(e) Joint...
Tuesday 20/09/2016

JESIP News - Edition 15 out now!

The latest JESIP News is here just in time for that summer reading! This issue focusses on all things learning - joint organisational learning in fact. You will see the latest breakdown of where lessons are being submitted from (sector and...
Friday 22/07/2016

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Who is affected by JESIP

Emergency Services

If you work in the emergency services, click here to see how JESIP might affect you...

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Wider Responders

If you work for a response organisation and get involved in emergency response, click here to see how JESIP might affect you...

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General Public

Click here to see what the emergency services are doing to improve the response to emergencies for the UK.

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Local Resilience Forums

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Military

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Voluntary Organisations

If you are involved in the voluntary sector but support the response to emergencies, click here to see how JESIP might affect you...

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The official Jesip App

About the app

The JESIP App is a living Aide Memoire!
It provides those working in emergency response with a quick way to access essential information including the JESIP Principles, Joint Decision Model, generate a METHANE report and much more.

How will it help

The JESIP App will allow many more people working in emergency response to understand and apply JESIP, improving the multi-agency response the public expect and deserve. It will help embed JESIP so its use becomes business-as-usual resulting in emergency response staff achieving the JESIP aim “working together – saving lives”.

WHO CAN USE IT?

The JESIP App is a useful tool for anyone working in emergency response, this includes those who assist and support emergency responders.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

The JESIP App has been developed for both Apple and Android devices and is available FREE from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

  • Apple iPhone running iOS 8 or later
  • Android phone running v5.0 or later
  • A data connection / phone network is required to use some features (Data charges from your network may apply)
Click here for full system requirements