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International workshop on emergency management for critical infrastructure crises

  • Type: Meeting or Conference
  • Date: 04 Oct 2012
  • Location: Italy (Rome)
  • Venue: ENEA Headquarters, Lungotevere Tahon di Revel 76, Rome
  • Language: English

Description

The workshop is aimed at exploring new challenges posed by preparedness plans and emergency management for critical infrastructures crises. The issue of major incidents, such as natural disasters, have had an impact on critical infrastructures and the difficulties to get-by, to resist, to recover and eventually rebound from those incidents is of actuality. Special
attention will be paid to new threats, vulnerabilities and suitable defensive strategies to prevent, mitigate and manage the emergencies.

The objective of the Workshop is to bring together experts, emergency managers, technology suppliers, infrastructure specialists and stakeholders, with different cultural and scientific backgrounds, to address and analyze the following aspects:

• Proposing methods and tools to analyze and understand new risks and vulnerabilities
• Providing practical solutions to reduce and mitigate potentially dangerous consequences of
outages
• Identifying strategies and tools to support emergency managers during critical events

Additional information

http://www.tiems.info/images/stories/tiems%202012%...

Target audience

Experts, emergency managers, technology suppliers, infrastructure specialists and stakeholders

How to register

Please register on ENEA's registration page (in Italian)

Documentation

Keywords

  • Themes:Critical Infrastructure, Disaster Risk Management
  • Countries/Regions:Italy

  • Short URL:http://preventionweb.net/go/27482

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