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CBRN 2011 promises a well balanced speaker panel comprising of senior experts, blue light/first responders and military personnel. The agenda will address key developments in the fields of both response and recovery and the framework of the event will provide a forum for sharing experiences, best practises and ideas to ensure resilience capabilities are enhanced and readiness is maximised. Training and interoperability will also be key focuses in this, the important period of the build-up to the 2012 Olympics.

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  1. 1. CBRNResilience Presents www.cbrnresilience.com 29th- 30th March 2011 | Mayfair Conference Centre, London Pre-Conference Interactive Workshops 09.00-18.00, 28th MarchDetect. Respond. Recover. Chaired by: Chris Abbott, Chairman of The Emergency Planning Society Professional Working Group / Managing Director, Watership Associates Speakers Include Keynote Speaker: Sir Ken Knight, Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser, Department of Communities and Local Government CBRN Colonel (Ret’d) Gilead Shenhar, Former Head of Doctrine, Resilience Israeli Homefront Command / Senior Consultant Disaster Response Planning, R&D and Emergency 2011 will: Preparedness, University of Tel Aviv • Allow you to take away Brigadier General (Ret’d) Ioannis Galatas, Medical CBRNE Planner, Senior Asymmetric practical knowledge of how Threats Analyst you can improve your organisation’s Lieutenant Colonel Mark Riccardi, J3/Joint preparedness as a result of taking Director of Military Support, JFHQ-CO, part in interactive debates on training, US Army interoperability and in-depth scenario- Major Omer Laviv, Israeli CBRN Expert based workshops Yves Dussart, Principal Administrator, European Commission • Showcase briefings from US, Israeli David Thrower, Training & Exercise and UK experts that focus upon Coordinator, Association of Chief resilience against acts of terror Police Officers DVI Peter Daly, National CBRNLead/ • Improve multi-agency integration Chief Emergency Management and interoperability by deepening Book and Officer, Health Service Executive, Republic of Ireland your understanding of joint working Pay by 10th Chief Inspector Mark Roberts, initiatives and identifying future December Emergency Planning, The Police priorities for improvement 2010 and Service of Northern Ireland Save Up to Rosie Murray MBE, SBCI, Book onto to our Unique Training £300 Awareness Raising for Trauma Exercise Workshops to Gain Professor Sergey Mikhalovsky, Full Value Chemical Scientist, University of Brighton Stephen Johnson, Principal CBRNe Scientist, Thales UK Dave Bull, Training Lead, Emergency Preparedness Division, HART, Department of Health Andy Oppenheimer, Editor of, Chemical & Biological Warfare ReviewIn Association with The Emergency PlanningSociety Professional Working GroupMEDIA PARTNERST: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 F: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 E: enquire@defenceiq.com
  2. 2. PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS – 28TH MARCH 2011WORKSHOP A: 09.00-12.00 After the Blue LightsThis workshop looks at the logical sequence of events following a major CBRN incident. Its thought provoking logic Interactivewill alert the delegate to the currently camouflaged but obvious shortfalls in national strategies and current reliance Scenario-Basedon third party support. The delegate will leave the workshop with concern at the historic reliance and misplaced Learningtrust in current planning and should identify the resolve to develop an independent response and contingency plan. OpportunitiesJeff Charlton, Founder of British Damage Management AssociationWORKSHOP B: 13.00-18.00 Emergency Preparedness Tabletop ExerciseThis hands-on workshop will turn the delegate into a member of the ambulance command structure, working under intensepressure to manage the immediate effects of a CBRN incident within the UK. This desk-top exercise will give delegates a thoroughunderstanding of the key issues facing the health service in the immediate aftermath of a CBRN event. The physical and emotionaleffects on patients and their families, as well as the practical issues of NHS capability and resources available to deal with theincident, plus the relationships with other agencies on-scene, will all be explored in this thought-provoking and challengingworkshop. Look out for a few exciting twists in the exercise though, which will make the afternoon even more of an unmissabletraining opportunity for the CBRN professional.David Bull, Ambulance Command (CBRN) and Hazardous Area Response Team Training Lead, Department of Health and PoliceNational CBRN CentreCONFERENCE AGENDA DAY ONE – 29th March 201108.30 COFFEE & REGISTRATION 12.35 NETWORKING LUNCH09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS 13.30 Training for the Unprecedented- How to Prepare for a Chris Abbott, Chairman of The Emergency Planning Society CBRN Attack Professional Working Group / Managing Director, Watership • Reaction to Easily Available Chemicals, Different Sources Associates of Radiation and White Powders • Training for Detection, Response and Decontamination09.10 Keynote Address: Fire and Rescue Services “National • How Should Blue Lights React? Victim Response and Coordination Advisory Framework” (NCAF)” Minimising the Affected Area Sir Ken Knight, Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser, Andy Oppenheimer, Editor of Chemical & Biological Department of Communities and Local Government Warfare Review09:45 The Israeli Approach 14.10 Mass Transport and Mass Destruction - Keeping the • The Israeli Approach for Responding to a Real Threat: Two Apart War vs. Terrorism • The Challenges Faced by Transport Infrastructure for • The need for a Comprehensive System: Doctrine, London Olympics 2012 Courses, Training, Command & Control • From 7/7 to the Current Threat and Environment • Risk Management • Lessons that can be drawn from a variety of • The need to Involve the Population: Risk and Crisis International Attacks Communication • Capabilities and Requirements Colonel (Ret’d) Gilead Shenhar, Former Head of Colin Flack, Technical Advisor, The Fire Service College/ Doctrine, Israeli Homefront Command / Senior Chief Executive, Rail Alliance & Wing Commander (Rtd) Consultant Disaster Response Planning, R&D and Robert Hopkin, Vision to Mission Emergency Preparedness, University of Tel Aviv 14.50 COFFEE & NETWORKING10:20 COFFEE & NETWORKING 15.20 Use of Training to Improve Interoperability and10:50 CBRN Risk Assessment Inter-Agency Cooperation • Threat, Vulnerability and Risk Assessment • Solutions for Improving Blue Light coordination and • Teamwork: Surveying Border Controls, Ports, Airports, Interoperability Nuclear Facilities and Parliament Buildings Worldwide • Solutions for Improving Inter-Agency Coordination after • Lessons Learned the First Response Major Omer Laviv, Israeli CBRN Expert • Problems and Challenges11:25 Focus on Disaster Victim Identification After a CBRN Stephen Johnson, Principal CBRNe Scientist, Thales UK Incident 16.00 Adsorbent Assisted Medical Counter-Measures Against • The RID project CBRN Threats • Safe Recovery, identification and Decontamination of • Fallout Experiences- Chernobyl and beyond Contaminated Facilities • Developments in Adsorbent Counter-Measures • The Provision of Safe Systems • Long Term Resilience David Thrower, Training & Exercise Coordinator, Professor Sergey Mikhalovsky, Chemical Scientist, Association of Chief Police Officers DVI University of Brighton12.00 Interactive Panel Session on Training 16.40 CHAIR’S CLOSE AND END OF DAY ONE • Ensuring that training accurately reflects the threat of potential incidents ABOUT DEFENCE IQ • Issue of inter-agency cooperation within training Defence IQ is host to a series of global events and runs an online community of military and private sector professionals. We provide the • Assessing the level of UK preparedness for training platform which leading defence experts share their experience, knowledge Chris Abbott, Chairman of The Emergency Planning Society and strategic thoughts. We are dedicated to providing military personnel and Professional Working Group / Managing Director, Watership the private sector with strategic defence resources covering current defence Associates issues. Join the community: http://www.defenceiq.com/join.cfmT: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 F: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 E: enquire@defenceiq.com www.cbrnresilience.com
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CONFERENCE AGENDA DAY TWO – 30th March 201108.30 COFFEE & REGISTRATION 14.10 The Health Service Perspective09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS • Health & Hospital Resilience & CBRN Response Chris Abbott, Chairman of The Emergency Planning Society • NHS Emergency Planning Issues Professional Working Group / Managing Director, Watership • Paediatric Healthcare Provision Associates • Emergency/Trauma Nursing James Bister, Emergency Planning Officer, University09.10 Developing the Police Service of Northern Ireland Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire and Stewart Mason, Capability Plan Emergency Planning & Resilience Manager, • PSNI and the All-Hazards Approach Birmingham Children’s Hospital, NHS Trust • The Efficacy of Approaching CBRN, Drugs and Explosives Together 14.50 EU CBRN Resilience Programme and Civil Protection • The Challenges of the Approach • Overview of CBRN Action Plan Chief Inspector Mark Roberts, Emergency Planning, • Role in CBRN Incident Response and Improving Capability The Police Service of Northern Ireland • Future Role of EU CBRN Action Yves Dussart, Principal Administrator, European09.50 Overarching US CBRN Response, a State’s Perspective Commission • Existing CBRN Capabilities of the Active and Reserve Military Forces 15.30 COFFEE & NETWORKING • Expanding Capabilities of State National Guard Forces 16.00 European Committee for Standardisation Guidance Notes • How these Forces Form the CBRN Enterprise of the US • Standards on Protecting the Victim and Potential Lieutenant Colonel Mark Riccardi, J3/Joint Director of Victim in Shelter in Place and Evacuation Military Support, JFHQ-CO, US Army • New protocols in self defence instead of reliance on10.30 COFFEE & NETWORKING emergency services • Overwhelmed? Emergency Service Assistance During11.00 CBRN Perspectives from the Republic of Ireland a Major Attack • Irish Policy & Doctrine in Responding to CBRN incidents Jeff Charlton, Founder, British Damage Management • Case Studies on CBRN Incidents & Lessons Learned Association • Capabilities and Requirements Peter Daly, National CBRN Lead / Chief Emergency 16.40 Dealing with the Public in the Aftermath of a Mass Management Officer, Health Service Executive, Casualty Incident Republic of Ireland • Dealing with the Public during Mass Casualty Incidents • Effects on individuals and communities11.40 Interactive Panel Session on Interoperability • Effects on companies • What are the key issues relating to interoperability? • Long term implications • Working culture or equipment issues? Rosie Murray MBE, SBCI, Awareness Raising for Trauma • How can inter-agency interoperability be improved and developed? 16.40 CHAIR’S CLOSE AND END OF DAY TWO Chris Abbott, Chairman of The Emergency Planning Society Professional Working Group / Managing Director, Watership MEDIA PARTNERS Associates Defense Update and other natural disasters, including pandemics, online bi-monthly fire and flood.12.20 NETWORKING LUNCH defense magazine highlights defense programs worldwide including To sign-up for Complimentary Newsletter and CT Review in the post (UK only) – click here: land, air, naval, C4ISR, intelligence, and net-centric wwwcontingencytoday.com/subscribe-free (Outside13.30 CBRN Planning - The Weakest Link warfare, infantry warfare, homeland defense etc. UK) – email us: freemagazine@contingencytoday. • Threats and targets (brief analysis of CBRNE threats The coverage is frequently updated to follow the development of key defense programs. 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