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Exercises started - Patrol 18

From 16 to 18 October, on the territory of Poland, an exercise will be held under the code name Patrol – 18. The exercise will be attended by rescuers of the Maritime Search and Rescue Service, as well as 3000 soldiers, officers of the Police, the State Fire Service, the Border Guard and employees dealing
Published: October 16, 2018 - 11:57
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 17:21
Exercises started – Patrol 18

From 16 to 18 October, on the territory of Poland, an exercise will be held under the code name Patrol – 18. The exercise will be attended by rescuers of the Maritime Search and Rescue Service, as well as 3000 soldiers, officers of the Police, the State Fire Service, the Border Guard and employees dealing with crisis management issues.

A total of 250 entities will be involved in the exercise, including from the ministries of national defence, internal affairs and administration, health, environment, maritime economy, agriculture, finance, as well as 16 voivodeship crisis management centres.

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Verification of the functioning of the National System for Detection of Hazards and Alert (KSWSiA) is a cyclic undertaking resulting from the Regulation of the Council of Ministers. During the exercises there will be carried out actions foreseen to be undertaken after the occurrence of a threat of chemical, biological and radioactive contamination.

The main objective of the exercises is to improve the procedures for activation of individual elements of the KSWSiA through the use of a scenario of events introducing crisis situations, working out expert assessments and analyses, as well as recommendations as to further proceedings, checking procedures for the exchange of information or the method of coordination of actions carried out by individual services and institutions.

The CSCA checks included episodes involving the contamination of a Berlin-Warsaw passenger train with a radioactive substance, the discovery of a toxic agent by a civilian ship near the port of Dziwnów, and attempts to ship a package containing an improvised explosive device with a hazardous substance at the Cargo Terminal.

Source: Maritime Search and Rescue Service

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