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Multi-hazards and Cascading Effects: reference areas of impact

27. April 2021 ; 9:30 12:10 CEST

Multi-hazards and Cascading Effects: Reference Areas of Impact

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An event organised by the CRISPRO Security and Protection  Knowledge Network



·      Introduction to multi-hazards and cascading effects

Galya Terzieva, ISEMI



  • The Fire Department and Rescue Services of Savoy

Josseline Le Fèvre, SDI73, France

  • Lessons learnt from wildfire waves: Fire – seafood contamination – flooding of urban centers
Marta Trueba,Univer sidade da Coruña, Spain
  • Freguesia de Cordinhã, municipal disaster mitigation

Pedro Carrana, Mayor, Portugal

  • Network of Associations of Local Authorities of South-East Europe – NALAS: Municipalities activation in civil protection mechanism

Darko Mrvaljevic, Macedonia

  • INDIMA: Go Digital – a new approach to project management

Josdef H. Riener, MSc



  • Combined hazards – COVID-19 and floods. University Disaster Simulation Centre, Ostrava

Lenka Brumarová, The Czech Republic



  • ResponSEE (Planning, development and conduct of a Union Civil Protection exercise response to an earthquake in South East Europe

Mr. Sebastian Hirschmug

  • HEUREKA (Knowledge Network Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan)

 Mr. René Kastner

The Regional Government of Styria – Department for Civil Protection and Defense, Graz, Austria


  • ANYWHERE: a toolbox to rapid reaction to extreme climate and weather events

Xavier Llort, HYDS, SME Spain



  • A research presentation on a combination of two disasters (refugees and terrorism)

Prof. Dr. Giray SADIK, Director of the European Studies Research Center, Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University



  • Situational awareness in crisis leadership in multi-hazard events with cascading effects, Case Flash Flooding at the Gulf of Finland in January 2005,

Timo Hellenberg, Hellenberg International, Finland



  • Closing discussion and conclusions, Definitions of critical reference areas of impact risk assessment 

Galya Terzieva, ISEMI, Slovakia

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