Name * Organisation * Email * A. Which of the following stakeholder groups do you associate with? * B. On which level do you generally operate? (multiple answers possible) *
In the following questions you will be asked to indicate which of the following technologies were of your interest.
1. To what extent and in what way(s) does the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) influence your work? 2. Do you see a potential for conflict between the GDPR and the successful application of the FASTER tools in your work? If so, in what way? 3. Are there any other EU-wide policies or regulations that impact (positively or negatively) the implementation of these tools? If so, which and how? 4. Are there any specific laws or policies in place in your country that would hinder the implementation of the tools? If so, which? 5. Are there any specific policies in place in your country that would explicitly allow, facilitate, or even encourage the implementation of these tools, especially policies that have been implemented recently? If so, which? 6. If the answer to the previous question is yes: can you tell us more about how that policy was adopted (where did the initiative come from, who/which organization was the main driver behind pushing it through the policymaking process until it was officially adopted, which organizations and institutions were involved, etc.)? 7. How do policy changes occur in your country? If you recognize the need for updated /new policies, how do you go about achieving this? 8. Which organization/department would you say is most responsible when it comes to policy regarding response work, especially in cases where current policy is hindering your work? 9. To what extent does this organization/department influence the outcome of the policymaking process? Do you have a contact at this organization? If so, who is it and how could we reach them to follow up with them? 10. To what extent do you believe it realistic that any policy changes necessary for the effective use of the FASTER tools can and will be implemented in your country? 11. To what extent and in what ways does the use of the FASTER tools require a change in approach for you and your organization? (Example: different training procedures for dogs in K9 units to effectively make use of the animal wearable) 12. How would you go about adopting this change in approach? (copy) 13. Do you work with volunteers? If so, in what settings do you or do you not work with volunteers? 14. To what extent does policymaking for response work take volunteers into consideration? 15. Are there any restrictions that would make it harder for volunteers to use FASTER tools to assist you in a crisis? 16. How could policy in your country be adapted to allow for a better integration of volunteers into disaster management? AR for Operational Situational Awareness Resilient Communications Support Mobile and Wearable Technologies Body and Gesture-based User Interfaces Common Operational Picture GDPR Agreement * I consent to the FASTER project team using my name, affiliation, email address, photographs and/or video recordings including images of me both internally and externally to promote the project itself. These images could be used in print and digital media formats including print publications, websites, e-marketing, posters banners, advertising, film, social media, teaching and research purposes.
I understand that images on websites can be viewed throughout the world and not just in the United Kingdom and that some overseas countries may not provide the same level of protection to the rights of individuals as EU legislation provides (GDPR).
I understand that some images or recordings may be kept permanently once they are published and be kept as an archive of University life.
I have read and understand the conditions and consent to my images being used as described.
The FASTER project team is committed to processing information in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The personal data collected on this form will be held securely and will only be used for administrative purposes.
You have the right to request to see a copy of the information we hold about you and to request corrections or deletions of the information that is no longer required. You can ask the University to stop using your images at any time, in which case it will not be used in future publications but may continue to appear in publications already in circulation.
You have the right to lodge a complaint against the FASTER project team regarding data protection issues with the privacy agency in your country.
If you have any questions relating to this consent form or the way we are planning to use your information please contact:
FASTER project team