Elected representatives and civil security: help in taking cross-border aspects into account

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The ALARM project, which aims to develop operational cross-border cooperation between French-Belgian civil protection actors, invites you to the next webinar on Elected representatives and civil protection: assistance in taking cross-border aspects into account scheduled for Thursday 25 March 2021 at 10 am CET. Presented by the project’s experts, this webinar will enable the public to learn about the project’s results and will highlight the tools that the cities will be able to appropriate.

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Webinar program for 25 March 2021

09h30 : Opening of the webinar
Yves Van de Vloet, Efus

09h35 : Presentation of the ALARM project
Sébastien Descamps, Lieutenant-Colonel, SDIS59

09h45 : Keynote speaker Conducting municipal risk management
Général e.r. François Vernoux

09h55 : Questions and debates

10h05 : Comparative approach of Belgian and French regulations on risk management and emergency planning
Marie Nicodème, Security Directorate Prefecture of the North
Laëtitia Quenon, Head of the Civil Security Office, Services of the Governor of Hainaut

10h35 : Exchanges and debate

10h45 : Break

10h55 : Good practices and remarkable actions in crisis management situations
Aurélie Gustave, Associate Director KOTARIS
Ms Nour Kanaan, Lecturer-researcher in crisis management, Paris-Dauphine University

11h25 : Exchanges and debate

11h35 : Presentation of the GeoAlarm geographic information platform
Franck Coquel SDIS59

11h45 : Survey and exchanges

11h50 : Conclusions
Sébastien Descamps, Lieutenant-Colonel, SDIS59

Please note that this webinar will be in French. No translation provided.

>>> Find the webinar’s brochure here (in French) <<<