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SEEBA Management Situation Map
2 Situation Basics No up to date information of the situation No relevant planning possible Result Wrong evaluation of situation Wrong decission Incorrect order
3 Situation basics the situation awareness has to be up to date Display actual situation, no assumptions Is the basis for decision making processes
4 Situation display on site situation own situation
5 Displaying the situation Getting information in the map
6 Displaying the situation Situation map
7 Displaying the situation Unique signalling and symbols
8 Displaying the situation Unique signalling and symbols
9 Displaying the situation Stärken und Zeitangaben 1 / 10 / 29 / 40 Anzahl der Führer Anzahl der Unterführer Anzahl der Einsatzkräfte Gesamtstärke d. taktischen Formation
10 Displaying the situation Displaying time tactical time example: 050835 jul 10 [ 05. Juli 2010 08.35 Uhr ]
11 Displaying the situation Memo cards
12 Displaying the situation gathering information from damage site
13 Displaying the situation Memo card
14 Displaying the situation Bringing information to the map Bringing situation information directly to the map …………………???????
15 Displaying the situation Bringing information to the map Using cards for information from damage site
16 Displaying the situation excample: situation map
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