1st workshop – a common understanding of risk: agenda, list of participants and presentations

Minutes of the 1st RECIPE workshop


Thursday, February 20th 2020 1st RECIPE technical workshop

10:30-11:00 Welcome Coffee break
11:00-11:15 Welcome –Sergio Delgado, Sub-director of Coordination and Emergency Management. DGPC-CAT; and Eduard Plana, project coordinator. CTFC
11:15-11:30 Presentation of the 1st RECIPE technical workshop – CTFC and FVA
11:30-13:00 Introduction to risk and crisis management: terminology and common understanding of risk components and the crisis management cycle – FVA
13:00-13:15 Best cases, methodologies and tools towards integrated prevention-preparedness-response approaches into DRR strategies –conducted by CTFC
Introducing the RISKPLAN, a risk evaluation tool of natural hazards. Jakob Hörl – FVA
13:15-14:30 Lunch
14:30-14:50 Dutch policies and programs for flood protection. Dr. Ir. Michaël van Buuren. Landscape planner, Wageningen University & Research
14:50-15:10 Avalanches: forest interactions and risk management. Frank Krumm. Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF – WSL
15:10-15:30 Reinforcing civil protection capabilities into integrated wildfire risk management. Laurent Alfonso – Civil Protection expert & Int. consultant
15:30-15:50 Flood hazard and the risk maps tool MAPRI. Eva Crego. Catalan Water Agency – ACA
15:50-16:10 Coffee break
16:10-16:30 Fire & Rescue collaborative partnership merging knowledge transfer and operability. FIRE-IN project. Marta Miralles, UT-GRAF, Fire Service of Catalonia
16:30-17:30 EnhANcing emergencY management and response to extreme WeatHER and climate Events. ANYWHERE tool use real experiences. Visit to the GD of Civil Protection facilities– Risk management functioning. Sergio Delgado, Sub-director of Coordination and Emergency Management. DGPC-CAT; and Daniel Sempere, Director of the Center of Applied Research in Hydrometeorology .CRAHI-UPC
17:30-18:00 Round-table and open discussion: Reinforcing civil protection capabilities and the integration of multi-risk interactions and climate change scenarios into risk assessment and planning
18:00-18:30 Presentation of the methodology for next day’s workshop: identifying factors and attributes influencing risk, including potential risks interactions – FVA
20:00 Social dinner

Friday, February 21th 2020 1st RECIPE technical workshop

9:00-11:45 (Coffee break included) Workshop session. Preliminary identification of factors and attributes influencing risk including potential risks interactions: i) RISKPLAN case-study ii) factors and system components within hazard groups iii) risk scenarios and agencies dialogues   – conducted by FVA
11:45-13:15 Presentation of RECIPE operational tools (task 4.3) – conducted by PCF
Short presentation made by each partner about the operational tool to be developed in task 4.3 will be expected.
Guidelines for flood and fire civil protection planning with participatory approach with an operational tool for collecting citizens monitoring observations in emergency situations – CIMA
Decision-support tool and accompanying handbook for dynamic risk planning procedures for rock-falls and landslides – BFW
Guidelines for a participatory crisis management plan to manage wind throw along roads – FVA
Visualizer tool for managing emergency situation in case of high avalanche risk – ICGC
Support tool and guidelines for integrated risk assessment and planning for landscape and wild-land urban interface fires – CTFC, ISA, PCF
Protocol for wildfire and avalanche risk management in mountain areas – CTFC, ICGC, BFW
13:15-13:30 Questions, comments and end of Workshop
13:30 Lunch (optional)


European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid
Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia
Pau Costa Foundation
General Directorate of Civil Protection, Government of Catalonia
Forest Research Institute of Baden-Wuerttemberg
CIMA Research Foundation
Austrian Research Centre for Forest, Natural Hazards and Landscape
Institute of Cartography and Geology of Catalonia
Instituto Superior de Agronomia

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