EXERTER is pleased to invite you to the webinar:
by EXERTER partner INTERPOL
Wednesday, 2nd December 2020
From 14:00 to 16:00 CET (UTC +2) (connection opens at 13:45)
Via Zoom, please register via https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwscuyprzspGNx66IEu9xKhTpzVTxee7ty2
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. For attending the webinar you will need to install the zoom-client to your computer or smartphone.
14:00-14:45: “INTERPOL Incident Response Team – Kenyan Person Borne Improvised Exploding Device”
Alan Grimmer, is the Coordinator of the INTERPOL Chemical Explosives Terrorism Prevention Unit. Previously he worked as a detective for over 30 years at Scotland Yard and the Counter Terrorism Command. He is very experienced in numerous, high profile, post blast investigation. He was deployed with the INTERPOL Incident Response Team to support the Kenyan Investigation, after the Nairobi PBIED in January 2019. The presentation provides an overview of this investigation.
14:45-15:30: “INTERPOL Incident Response Team – Sri Lankan Person Borne Improvised Exploding Device”
Ian Tippett, is a Specialised Officer in the INTERPOL Chemical Explosives Terrorism Prevention Unit. Previously working as a detective at Scotland Yard on a number of specialist enquiries, Disaster Victim Identification and CBRNE roles. He was deployed with the INTERPOL Incident Response Team to support the Sri Lankan investigations after the eight explosions and Person Borne IED attacks in April 2019. The presentation provides an overview of this investigation.
15:30-16:00: "Information Management for incident response: an introduction to UrbanAware"
Noel Mitchell from CSNR Technologies and Murray Purves from Riskaware Ltd. Both Noel and Murray have a long, primarily CBRN background with Murray in particular bringing with him a strong modelling and simulation background in security from his time at the UK's Atomic Weapons Establishment and the US's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Presentation Abstract: UrbanAware is a next-generation information management platform for incident planning, training and response. Currently with a focus on CBRN incidents, the platform has advanced, hazard modelling - originally developed for the defence community - integrated within it. Riskaware will give a short introduction to UrbanAware, outlining its current development status and capabilities, and discuss its wider applicability to the incident management domain.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BELOW WEBINAR IS A PAST EVENT
EXERTER is pleased to invite you to the webinar and online talk:
by Peter Mahoney
Tuesday, 9th June 2020
From 14:00 to 14:30 CET (UTC +2)
To join the webinar, you need to register beforehand. Please follow this link to register.
After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
The Talk: The talk will consider the CitizenAid (https://www.citizenaid.org/) programme. The presenter will describe a series of work streams around blast and ballistic injury that underpin the system - as well as the military operational experience from recent conflicts.
The Presenter: Peter Mahoney CBE was a founder of the CitizenAid project. Through his extensive medical and former military experience (including as the first Defence Professor of Anaesthesia, 2008-2016), he is well respected for his involvement in battlefield trauma and emergency planning.
The CitizenAid programme is one methodology that have the potential of saving lives in case of an attack. We would therefore like to invite you to join us in listening to the talk and get more information about the programme as well as its clinical background.
FOI, Swedish Defence Research Agency
SE-164 90 Stockholm
Tel : +46 8 555 030 00
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 786805.