Coherence and Resilience: Towards
Comprehensive Railway Protection
José Pires
Senior Security Advisor
International Union ...
Rail security : coherence and
resilience

José Pires
International Union of Railways (UIC)
Coherence in the definitions

Security is to act against negative wills

But organize an objective level of security or/an...
Coherence in the responsibilities and roles
of each relevant actor
> National authorities : protect security of people and...
Coherence in a same place
Multi-role of the important stations
place of transport
place of city
place of life

Presence of...
Coherence beyond the borders
> Development of the international traffic

> European Commission : Regulation 2007 - 1371 (3...
Coherence for the future : current research
projects involving UIC security
> PROTECTRAIL

> RESTRAIL
> SECRET
> CIPRnet
>...
Coherence of policies :
towards integrated protection
> Security

> Safety

> Civil protection

> All hazards

8

Rail & P...
Resilience
> Crisis management

> Crisis communication

> Emergency exercises

9

Rail & Public Transport Safety & Securit...
Thank you for your kind attention
José Pires, Senior Security Advisor,
International Union of Railways (UIC)
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José Pires, Senior Security Advisor, International Union of Railways (UIC)

  1. 1. Coherence and Resilience: Towards Comprehensive Railway Protection José Pires Senior Security Advisor International Union of Railways (UIC)
  2. 2. Rail security : coherence and resilience José Pires International Union of Railways (UIC)
  3. 3. Coherence in the definitions Security is to act against negative wills But organize an objective level of security or/and create a feeling of security ? Human factors, technologies, strategy and regulation 3 Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 6 March 2014
  4. 4. Coherence in the responsibilities and roles of each relevant actor > National authorities : protect security of people and goods on the territory > Railway companies : protect clients, staff, and facilities infrastructure managers undertakings incumbents and new comings national and foreign 4 Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 6 March 2014
  5. 5. Coherence in a same place Multi-role of the important stations place of transport place of city place of life Presence of various railway actors at the same time Who has what to do ? How to be sure of each ? Global request of the clients 5 Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 6 March 2014
  6. 6. Coherence beyond the borders > Development of the international traffic > European Commission : Regulation 2007 - 1371 (3/12/2007) art 26 : right to security of the travellers 6 Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 6 March 2014
  7. 7. Coherence for the future : current research projects involving UIC security > PROTECTRAIL > RESTRAIL > SECRET > CIPRnet > PREDICT > GRAFFOLUTION > INFRARISK 7 Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 6 March 2014
  8. 8. Coherence of policies : towards integrated protection > Security > Safety > Civil protection > All hazards 8 Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 6 March 2014
  9. 9. Resilience > Crisis management > Crisis communication > Emergency exercises 9 Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 6 March 2014
  10. 10. Thank you for your kind attention José Pires, Senior Security Advisor, International Union of Railways (UIC) On behalf of Jacques Colliard, Manager of the UIC security division colliard@uic.org security@uic.org www.uic.org : security 10 Rail & Public Transport Safety & Security 6 March 2014
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