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The Siproci Project & its Results
SIPROCI & RESCUE CONFERENCE
“Disasters Cross Borders
- A Union-wide approach to
disaster preparedness”
THE SIPROCI PROJECT
&
ITS RESULTS
Brussels, 17 April 2007
AGENDA
 GENERAL INFORMATION
 PARTNERSHIP
 OBJECTIVES
 METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
 RESULTS
GENERAL INFORMATION
Title (Acronym &
Index No.)
Interregional response to natural and
manmade catastrophes
(SIPROCI-2E00531)
Programme
INTERREG IIIC
Type of Project:
“Individual Project”
Topic:
“Other appropriate subjects”
Duration:
January 2004 – June 2007
Overall Budget:
1.543.186 EUR
(ERDF: 985.601,50 EUR)
City of Oldenburg
Fire Department
The Region of South
Bohemia
GERMANY
CZECH REPUBLIC
Autonomous
Province of Trento
ITALY
Marche
Region
ITALY
Bielsko-Biala
District
POLAND
Regional Development
Agency
Bielsko-Biala
POLAND
Province of
Foundation for Civil
Pesaro and Urbino
Protection - Budapest
ITALY
HUNGARY
Province of
Macerata
ITALY
Cordoba’s County
Council
SPAIN
Research Academic
Computer Technology
Institute
GREECE
ADEP - Patras Municipal
Enterprise for Planning and
Development
GREECE
Prefecture of
Eastern Attica
GREECE
OBJECTIVES
To improve local and regional response to disasters
through interregional collaboration across Europe
 Exchange and develop methods and good practices to
improve the organisational model with regards to the
coordination and management of information, human
and material resources
 Share the use of new Information and Communication
Technologies (ICT)
 Improve communication and information to the public to
increase the level of preparation and self-protection of
citizens
 Enhance the coherence and integration of actions in the
field of Civil Protection between regions across Europe,
especially by the participation of the Eastern European
countries considering their (imminent) EU entry
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
AREAS OF COOPERATION
 Mechanisms for coordination, management and
organisation of the civil protection system
 The use of new information and communication
technologies
 Methods, techniques and instruments for how to
monitor and map risks
 Methods and tools for efficient information and
preparation of the citizens
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
 ACTION PHASE I – EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION
 ACTION PHASE II – EXCHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT
OF METHODS AND GOOD PRACTICES
 ACTION PHASE III – TRANSFER & APPLICATION
TO THE LOCAL SYSTEM
 ACTION PHASE IV – COMMUNICATION &
DISSEMINATION
MAY 2004
AP I
AP II
OCT 2004
JUNE 2007
JAN 2004
AP IV
AP III
OCT 2005
NOV 2006
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
ACTION PHASE I:
EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION
May 2004-October 2004 (6 months)
 Exchange of Information of each-others CP system
– Analysis of the different CP systems, local mechanisms,
plans, ICT systems used, types of risks, methods for
informing citizens, etc.
– Constraints, interests and opportunities.
Outcome
Factfinding Report
www.siproci.net
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
ACTION PHASE II: EXCHANGE & DEVELOPMENT OF
METHODS AND GOOD PRACTICES Oct. 2004–Sept. 2005

4 TRANSNATIONAL WORKING GROUPS
- WG1: Mechanisms for coordination, management and
organisation of the civil protection system
- WG2: The use of new ICT
- WG3: Methods, techniques & instruments for how to monitor
and map risks
- WG4: Methods and tools for efficient information and
preparation of the citizens
Outcome
4 WG Reports:
methods, strategies,
good practices
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
ACTION PHASE III:
TRANSFER & APPLICATION TO THE LOCAL SYSTEM
October 2005-November 2006 (14 months)
 Establishment of “task-forces” in each partner country
responsible to test and try out results and outcomes through
pilot activities in the territory
 Target Groups:
- Experts, volunteers, actors involved in various CP activities
- Population
- Local CP system
 Activities carried out:
– Seminars, conferences, exhibitions, Info Days
– Training sessions, lectures and practical exercises
– 7 Full-scale disaster simulations (forest fire, tornado,
earthquake, indusrtrial accidents)
– Staff exchanges and study visits
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
ACTION PHASE IV:
COMMUNICATION & DISSEMINATION
During entire project
CHANNELS:
 Dissemintaion & communication activities in connection with
various project actions carried out (seminars, info days,
simulations, etc.)

European Conference

www.siproci.net
TOOLS:
 SIPROCI leaflet, Newsletters, Factfinding Report, WG Reports,
Vademecum Pack and DVD of final publications (8 language
versions)
RESULTS
A)
THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS, STANDARDS
AND A COMMON LANGUAGE AIMED AT
BRINGING THE DIFFERENT CP SYSTEMS CLOSER
TOGETHER
B)
BETTER PREPARATION AND SELF PROTECTION
OF THE POPULATION
C)
EUROPEAN NETWORK OF CP EXPERTS
D)
BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL RESPONSE TO
NATURAL AND MANMADE DISASTERS
A) THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS,
STANDARDS AND A COMMON LANGUAGE
AIMED AT BRINGING THE DIFFERENT CP
SYSTEMS CLOSER TOGETHER
 Local Plan of Civil Protection: suggesting minimum
standards or contents of one of the most
important command-control mechanisms of CP
 Glossary of CP for EU citizens:
terms and definitions and visual signs of Civil
Protection (pictograms)
 Risk Mapping – A proposal for a common European
methodology
A) THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS,
STANDARDS AND A COMMON LANGUAGE
AIMED AT BRINGING THE DIFFERENT CP
SYSTEMS CLOSER TOGETHER
Main reference to EU actions – EU legal framework
Community Mechanism of Civil Protection
Council Decision 23 October 2001 – current recasting
Solidarity (Art. I – 43)
Treaty for an EU Constitution
Subsidiarity (Art. I – 11)
Bottomup
approach
Role and strength of local
administrations and their
activities/tools/methods to
prevent and manage disasters
A) THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS,
STANDARDS AND A COMMON LANGUAGE
AIMED AT BRINGING THE DIFFERENT CP
SYSTEMS CLOSER TOGETHER
A) THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS,
STANDARDS AND A COMMON LANGUAGE
AIMED AT BRINGING THE DIFFERENT CP
SYSTEMS CLOSER TOGETHER
Rationale
 Recasting of the 2001 civil protection mechanism
highlights the importance of reinforcing
preparedeness:
– The assessment of civil protection capabilities (build
scenarios to help identify available resources)
–
A modular approach (rapidely deployable and self-sufficient
modules)
A) WHY A PLAN? CONTENTS AND AIMS OF A
LOCAL PLAN OF CIVIL PROTECTION
A local Plan of Civil Protection can be defined as:
A plan drawn up by a local authority providing a set of
organic data (territory’s main characteristics, risks, human
and material resources, etc.) and procedures (commandcontrol system, alarm system, model of intervention)
related to the overall organisational arrangement of Civil
Protection aiming to best respond to a given event and its
consequences.
System of CP
main
activities
Forecast
Prevention
Protection
A) WHY A PLAN? CONTENTS AND AIMS OF A
LOCAL PLAN OF CIVIL PROTECTION
A)
LOCAL PLAN OF CIVIL PROTECTION
SUGGESTED MINIMUM CONTENTS
A) LOCAL PLAN OF CIVIL PROTECTION
RESULTS/OUTPUTS:
A) GLOSSARY
Objectives
•
To provide citizens with useful terms that, together with
a set of essential signs, will help guide peoples’
behaviour in emergency situations
•
To make citizens aware of the role played by CP which
goes far beyond merely dealing with emergency
situations but in addition encompass complex activities
of forecasting, prevention and protection.
•
To make people aware of the main mechanisms, tools
and procedures developed by local authorities, the prime
actors called in to manage emergencies and safeguard
people’s security and safety
A) GLOSSARY
Glossary and visual signs of Civil Protection for EU
citizens
Target
group
 Glossary of Civil
Protection
 European signs of
Civil Protection
EU citizens
Terms and
definitions
provided in 7
bilingual
versions
3 pictograms
(pilot activity)
A) GLOSSARY: CLASSIFICATION OF
TERMINOLOGY OF CP
Relevant emergency
spaces and shelters
- ALERT SIGNAL
- AREA FOR THE STORAGE OF EMERGENCY
EQUIPMENT (*)
- ASSEMBLY POINT (*)
- LIMITED ACCESS POINT (*)
- REST CENTRE (*)
- RED AREA (*)
- ORANGE AREA (*)
- GREEN AREA
- CRITICAL LEVEL
- EMERGENCY OPERATING
CENTRE
- EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
PLAN
- PLAN OF CIVIL PROTECTION
- PREVENTION (ACTIVITY)
- FORECASTING (ACTIVITY)
- PROTECTION (ACTIVITY)
Organisation of
Civil Protection
- DISASTER
- EVENT
- EXPECTED EVENT
- UNPREDICTABLE EVENT
- HAZARD
- RISK
- RISK ASSESSMENT
- RISK MAPS
- THRESHOLD
- VULNERABILITY
International consolidated
terminology
A) PICTOGRAM
ASSEMBLY POINT 6
A) PICTOGRAM
REST CENTRE 20
A) PICTOGRAM
LIMITED ACCESS POINT 16
A) GLOSSARY
RESULTS/OUTPUTS:
A) RISK MAPPING – A PROPOSAL FOR A
COMMON EUROPEAN METHODOLOGY
 WG3 analysed and compared methods for Risk
Mapping among different countries, selecting and
proposing one best method, mainly based upon
the one already successfully applied in the
Province of Macerata
 Risk Mapping is the process of identifying areas
and their different risk exposure
 This process shows the level of expected losses
which can be expected in a given area, during a
particulr time span, when struck by a set of
hazards
A) RISK MAPPING – A PROPOSAL FOR A
COMMON EUROPEAN METHODOLOGY
Simplified Risk Equation:
RISK = HAZARD * VULNERABILITY
HAZARD
VULNERABILITY
AVALANCHES
POPULATION
EARTHQUAKES
BUILDINGS
FLOODS
PRODUCTIVE AREAS
FLOODS ASSOCIATED TO DAMS BURST
CULTURAL GOODS
FOREST FIRES
INFRASTRUCTURAL NETWORKS
INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS
TECHNOLOGICAL NETWORKS
LANDSLIDES
ENVIROMENTAL GOODS
SNOW STORMS AND SNOWFALL
WINTER STORMS (WIND STORMS)
WG3
A) RISK MAPPING – A PROPOSAL FOR A
COMMON EUROPEAN METHODOLOGY
FLOWCHART: “HVA PROCESS” (Hazard Vulnerability Analysis)
WG3
2
A) RISK MAPPING – A PROPOSAL FOR A
COMMON EUROPEAN METHODOLOGY
“HAZARD INDEX” Hn
“VULNERABILITY INDEX” Vn
X
“RISK INDEX” Rn
WG3
A) RISK MAPPING – A PROPOSAL FOR A
COMMON EUROPEAN METHODOLOGY
RESULTS/OUTPUTS:
RESULTS
A)
THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS, STANDARDS
AND A COMMON LANGUAGE AIMED AT
BRINGING THE DIFFERENT CP SYSTEMS CLOSER
TOGETHER
B)
BETTER PREPARATION AND SELF PROTECTION
OF THE POPULATION
C)
EUROPEAN NETWORK OF CP EXPERTS
D)
BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL RESPONSE TO
NATURAL AND MANMADE DISASTERS
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
RESULTS/OUTPUTS:
A handbook/manual addressed to those involved in
informing the public
Communication to the population at risk
(focus both on preventive communication and emergency
communication)
Communication according to different target groups
Norms of behaviours when faced with specific risks
- Do you know what to do in case of flooding?
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
RESULTS/OUTPUTS:
Implementation of a series of information activities,
lessons, practical exercises and competions involving
the public (volunteers, teachers, young people,
children, students, etc.).
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
The Region of South Bohemia (CZ)
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
The Region of South Bohemia (CZ)
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
The Region of South Bohemia (CZ)
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
The Region of South Bohemia (CZ)
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
The Region of South Bohemia (CZ)
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
Bielsko-Biala District (PL)
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
Bielsko-Biala District (PL)
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
Bielsko-Biala District (PL)
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
Foundation for Civil Protection (HU)
B) BETTER PREPARATION AND SELFPROTECTION OF THE POPULATION
RESULTS/OUTPUTS:
Tools and instruments used for effective communication &
information to citizens:
- Glossary and pictograms – Booklet 2
- Instruction manual for teachers
- info leaflets for the public
- a set of 23 educational posters
- equipment and instruments related to civil defence and
practical exercises, etc.)
C) EUROPEAN NETWORK OF CIVIL
PROTECTION EXPERTS
European network of CP experts willing to share knowledge and
experience and to transfer and apply new methods as well as to
generate new ideas and cooperation patterns
Transnational WGs, training sessions,
seminars, simulation exercises,
exchange of staff, etc.
RESCUE/SIPROCI cooperation
Important n° experts & CP actors
Increased knowledge,
beyond local context
Integrated platform:
Knowledge, Good practices,
New projects
Bottom-up approach
C) EUROPEAN NETWORK OF CIVIL
PROTECTION EXPERTS
Integrated platform:
Good Practices of using ICT applied in the field
of crisis management:
Crisis management system used in the Czech Republic
- Crisis Mobile’s Phone Project
- Network of emergency call centres – 112
Study on “Hazard Risk & Crisis Management Systems
based on Information Technology around the world”
www.siproci.net
New common projects and initiatives:
e.g. “ICT in Civil Protection” approved under the Community
Action Programme in the field of CP
European Workshop – 18/19 June 2007 in Ancona Italy
[email protected]
D) BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL
RESPONSE TO NATURAL AND
MANMADE DISASTERS
 CITIZENS:
- active participation in info activities, exercises
better consciousness, correct behaviour,
how to act and where to go
- strategies, tools and instruments designed and tested
powerful instruments to involve citizens
 EXPERTS & ACTORS of CP:
- participation in WGs, training sessions, simulations,
study visits, etc.
improved professional skills, better
knowledge of different risks and organsiational
models, improved capacity to cooperate & interact
with other actors of the CP system, local & European
level
D) BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL
RESPONSE TO NATURAL AND
MANMADE DISASTERS
ORGANISATIONS MAKING UP THE CP SYSTEM:
- Establishment of links and relations among authorities &
organisations at local and European level
- Preparation of new joint initiatives and cooperations
- Implementation of several full-scale disaster simulations,
which have brought an important number of key actors
together
Better capacity to interact with each
other, to cooperate and to respond to
natural and manmade disaters
D) BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL
RESPONSE TO NATURAL AND
MANMADE DISASTERS
Italy
Forest Fire
D) BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL
RESPONSE TO NATURAL AND
MANMADE DISASTERS
Poland
Tornado
D) BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL
RESPONSE TO NATURAL AND
MANMADE DISASTERS
Hungary
Earthquake
D) BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL
RESPONSE TO NATURAL AND
MANMADE DISASTERS
Spain
Earthquake
D) BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL
RESPONSE TO NATURAL AND
MANMADE DISASTERS
Czech Republic
ICT systems which is used by FD operating centre (OC) in
South Bohemia Region
D) BETTER LOCAL AND REGIONAL
RESPONSE TO NATURAL AND
MANMADE DISASTERS
Germany
Industrial accidents
www.siproci.net
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