Security incidents must be reported as soon as possible by phone, text message/sms or e-mail to get appropriate support. Who you should report to depends on who is responsible for the security management arrangements (a Movement Partner or SRC) in the country you are in:
- If you are in a country, where SRC has sole responsibility over security (i.e has no formal security management arrangement with Movement Partners), you must inform SRC Head of Regional Unit for the country concerned immediately and then follow up with a formal report to SRC. Send the report to HR Service (email@example.com)
- If you are a formally seconded delegate to the IFRC or if you are in a country where SRC has a security management arrangement with IFRC, you must inform IFRC immediately and follow up with a formal report to IFRC. You should also inform SRC of the incident as SRC share responsibility with IFRC.
- If you are a formally seconded delegate to the ICRC or if you are in a country where SRC has a security management arrangement with ICRC, you must inform ICRC immediately and report the incident to ICRC. You should also inform SRC about the incident as SRC share responsibility with ICRC.
To get information on what security management arrangement that apply, contact the SRC Head of Regional Unit for the country concerned. These are the SRC Head of Regional Units:
- AFRICA: Gisela Holmén
- ASIA PACIFIC: Olle Castell
- EUROPE: Carina Andersson
- AMERICAS: Olle Castell
- MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA (MENA): Carina Andersson