You can now join the ICCRA


Tuesday, 24 October, 2017



You can now join the ICCRA

Membership is now open for the International Critical Control Rooms Alliance (ICCRA), and those in the industry are encouraged to sign up.

The ICCRA is a working group of the TCCA, focused on bringing together critical control room professionals from all sectors in order to help deliver excellent mission-critical services.

Membership is open to individuals and organisations representing users and the commercial sector.

The goal of the ICCRA is to become the focus and platform for critical service control room discussion, learning and development of proactive measures designed to create constant evolution and ensure best practice.

To sign up as an ICCRA member, simply visit the website and download the application form.

Membership is organised into two main categories:

  • Operator: Available to those personnel who plan, finance, staff, administer, design, install, maintain, manage, command or operate a critical control room and supporting information systems. Applicants must be an employee of the organisation providing the critical control room services.
  • Commercial: Available to those who receive compensation for providing products and/or services to critical control rooms. Vendors, consultants, suppliers, sales people, manufacturers and training entities may qualify as commercial members.

Organisations which are TCCA members get full access to all TCCA working groups. Those who work for a TCCA member organisation already have full access to ICCRA without the need to sign up individually.

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