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Enhancing regional resilience to cope with critical infrastructure disruptions: the public-private partnership experience in Lombardy Region, Italy

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Sara BOUCHON1, Carmelo DIMAURO1, Paolo TRUCCO2, Andrea ZACCONE3 …

Sara BOUCHON1, Carmelo DIMAURO1, Paolo TRUCCO2, Andrea ZACCONE3

1Risk Governance Solutions S.r.l., Italy, Republic of; 2Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 3Lombardy Region, Italy

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  • 1. + Sara BOUCHON RGS Srl – Risk Governance Solutions Enhancing Regional Resilience to Cope with Critical Infrastructure Disruptions: the Public-Private Partnership Experience in Lombardy Region, Italy 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012 28th August 2012 Session TUE8.2: Public private partnership approaches Davos, Switzerland
  • 2. 21. Why and How to develop a PPP to address Critical infrastructure disruptions issues at regional level?2. What is the added value and limits of a PPP to increase the security of citizens?3. How does such a collaboration process contribute to increase the territorial resilience and improve the risk mitigation?S.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 3. 3 Lombardy Region, Italy  High concentration of Critical Infrastructures systems, e.g.  National and international railway lines (Corridors I and 10.000.000 inhabitants V) (16,4% national  3 international airports (Malpensa, Linate, Orio al Serio)  National High voltage gridlines population)  Highly dependent on Critical Infrastructure systems, e.g.: 20, 4% of the national  Energy demand: 20,7% of nat. consumption GDP  Airports passengers: 25% national traffic S.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012 Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 4. 4Background to the PReSIC Program (RegionalProgram for Critical Infrastructure Protection) Past events (e.g. severe snowfall in 2009, blackout in 2003) Regional Risk Assessment : high number of CI systems are exposed EU Directive 2008/114/EC on the identification of European Critical InfrastructuresS.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 5. 5Objectives of PReSIC1. Improve prevention, early detection and emergency management practices of the regional Authorities to face CI disruptions;2. Increase the overall security and resilience level of the Lombardy Region3. Define and set up a collaboration process between Civil protection Authorities and with CI operators based on governance principles.S.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 6. 6Why a PPP to address CIP issues? Create a trustable environment to share information, objectives, and common strategies with CI operators Develop a collaboration scheme on a voluntary basis and do not add new legal requirements Develop a flexible framework, where each stakeholder involved has a shared responsibilityS.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 7. 7Main actors involved in the PPP Road & RAILWAYS Highways Trenord ANAS S.p.A. FNM ASPI S.p.A. TEB Civil Protection MTMS S.p.A. Authorities from the Lombardy Region RGS S.r.l AIRPORTS ENERGY Politecnico di Milano SACBO S.p.A. A2A S.p.A. S.E.A. S.p.A. ENEL S.p.A.S.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 8. 8 Implementation of the PPP 14th December 2010 : Institutional Protocol for collaboration is signed by the President of the Lombardy Region and the CEO of 16 major CI operators  Shared objectives to be reached  Working modalities  Planning of the activities S.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012 Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 9. 9 Main results of PReSIC Increased knowledge of interdependencies of regional Energy and Transportation Systems Implementation of an emergency Communication Framework Ferrovie Trenord TEB SACBO SEA Development of a common RFI Nord approach to address CI Trenitalia SO RegLom ALTRO Prot Civ Prefetto SNAM disruption issues ATM ALTRO Energia Forze Serravalle 118 VVFF A2A Gas Ordine ALTRO Trasporti A2A ANAS ASPI Terna ENEL Elettricità S.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012 Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 10. 10Added value of the PPP Involvement of partners:  Equal status Private Operators Public Authorities can improve the  Win-Win Situation can improve business  Pro-active the protection of continuity and citizens customer Identification of common satisfaction goals and strategies  on a specific scenario (big snowfall)  increased coping capacities also against other types of events Basis to build regional resilienceS.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 11. 11Conclusions PPP contribute to increase regional resilience, hence to contribute to disaster risk reduction  Increased coping capacities to face CI disruptions but also other types of emergencies Cost-efficient solution Further challenges  Lombardy: expand to other CI operators, consider new scenarios  Raise awareness of local-regional Authorities and private stakeholdersS.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012Davos, 28th August 2012
  • 12. 12Thank you for Risk Governance Solutions S.r.l. Critical Infrastructure Resilience Unit Critical Infrastructure Protection Programme the 2nd INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON REGIONAL CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE attention! RESILIENCE: “THE RESILIENCE JOURNEY” 15 – 16 November 2012 SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT VICTORIA QUAY EDINBURGH EH6 6QQ Is there value in taking a Regional approach to Critical Infrastructure Resilience? S. Bouchon Protection vs. Resilience or is it all Resilience?sara.bouchon@riskgovernancesolutions.eu Putting policy into practice – how do the operators cope? This workshop seeks to bring together lead Government Officials, emergency RGS Srl – Risk Governance Solutions responders, and critical infrastructure operators from across the World, with a specific focus on improving our understanding of the regional aspects of Critical Via Fratelli d’Italia, 7 Infrastructure Resilience (CIR). 21052 – Busto Arsizio (VA) Representatives from over ten Countries will share the challenges, opportunities www.riskgovernancesolutions.eu and best practice case studies from their experience in developing a Regional CIR approach. For more information visit: www.recipre.org or contact James.urquhart@scotland.gsi.gov.uk (programme content) or gemma.bain@scotland.gsi.gov.uk (logistics) S.Bouchon 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference 2012 Davos, 28th August 2012