SESSION 1

Monday, 22 May 2017 (14:00-18:30)


EMERGENCY SYSTEM AND SOLUTIONS

Description

Subsequent to a Chemical, Biological, Radiological or Nuclear event, whether intentional or not, the importance of a rapid and correct response by the emergency management team is vital, in order to reduce the magnitude of the effects to a minimum and to save lives. The correct response in such a crisis can only be achieved by following previously defined and well-rehearsed standard operating procedures, and a prompt and correct communication flow at both the strategic and operational levels. A well-defined command and control workflow is the best basis for good management of such an emergency, both from a civilian and military standpoint, thus highlighting the duality approach in such an event. 

The session is aimed at bringing together researchers and experts in the following fields:

  • Emergency Management
  • Crisis Management
  • Disaster Management
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Command and Control of CBRNE Events
  • Civil Protection and Safety

 


CHAIRMAN
Steve Johnson

Adj. Professor at the Georgetown University (USA)


CO-CHAIRMAN
Bonnie D. Jenkins

Coordinator for Threat Reduction Programmes ISN/TR, US Department of State, Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation (USA)


CO-CHAIRMAN

Ludy Parapancha Suryantoro

Senior Advisor – High Level Government and External Relations, Office of Assistant Director-General, World Health Organisation-WHO. (Switzerland)


SESSION OPEN

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Oral Presentations

SPEAKER

TITLE


Stefano Marsella (Invited Speaker), D. Pozzi (2), N. Sciarretta (2), M. Marzoli (1).

(1) Director of Istituto Superiore Antincendi (ISA), Ministry of Interior, Department of Fire Brigades (Italy)

(2) Italian Department of Fire Brigades, Ministry of Interior

(3) Sapienza University of Rome Department of Chemical Materials, Environmental Engineering

CBRNe events and mass evacuation planning


Bonnie D. Jenkins (Invited Speaker)

Coordinator for Threat Reduction Programmes ISN/TR, US Department of State, Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation (USA)

Global partnership on CBRNE: a worldwide solution


Steve Johnson

Adj. Professor at the Georgetown University (USA)

Hazardous Investigations - bringing CBRN and other forensic challenges together


Ludy Parapancha Suryantoro

Senior Advisor – High Level Government and External Relations, Office of Assistant Director-General -WHO. (Switzerland)

Title TBD


Louis Gauntlett (1), G. J. Rubin (1) & R. Amlot (2).

(1) Researcher, Department of Psychological Medicine, Weston Education Centre (UK)

(2) Public Health England, Applied Psychological Sciences, Emergency Response Dept, Health Protection Directorate, Public Health England.

What Predicts Behaviour Immediately Following a Deliberate Radiation Release?


Ibrahim Al Marzouqi

Head of Strategy Department, Emergency and Public Safety Department, ADP, GHQ (United Arab Emirates)

Community awareness in disaster and emergency settings