- Meeting or Conference
- Institute of Civil Protection and Emergency Management (ICPEM)
- 03 Apr 2014
- United Kingdom (London)
- Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre, UCL (University College London)
Routes to business and community resilience: Enhancing the national security agenda
Conference Chair: Richard Gordon (MBE, MA - Director of the Disaster Management Centre, Bournemouth University)
1st session – An international perspective
- Christian Sommade, Executive Director, French High Committee for Civil Defence - A French perspective on enhancing business and community resilience.
- Alastair McAslan, OBE, FCPEM, Director, Strathfillan Consultancy, prev. Director of Torrens Resilience Inst., Adelaide, Australia. - An Australian perspective on enhancing business and community resilience.
2nd session – UK approach to achieving resilience in the face of changing threats
- Ronnie Coutts, MBE, MA , Director of Training and Resilience, Serco at the Emergency Planning College. - Government approach to training for resilience.
- Sir David Veness, CBE, QPM, MA Honorary Professor of International Relations at the University of St. Andrews. - The enduring threat from global terrorism.
3rd session – Specific threats
- Galatas Ioannis, MD, MA Editor-in-Chief, CBRNE-Terrorism Newsletter. - CBRNE hardening or soft targets – airports, shopping malls and luxury hotels.
- Dr Dinos Kerrigan-Kyrou, BA, PhD, Dartmouth Strategic Studies Group. - Threats to the critical infrastructure.
4th session – Roles of business and academia
- Jeff Little, OBE, MBA, CGIA, FSyl, FICPEM, Former CEO, National Security Inspectorate, UK - The role of business in enhancing the national security agenda.
- Professor David Alexander, PhD, FICPEM, Professor of risk and disaster reduction at University College London. - An academic perspective on enhancing business and community
Event feeAll Fellows and Members of the ICPEM £75; All Student Members of the ICPEM £ 50; Non-members £150; Others £175
What is included in the event feeRates include conference pack, lunch and all day tea and coffee
- Community-based DRR, Private Sector
- United Kingdom