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Seminar „Measuring the impact of fire prevention activities“ under the Estonian CBSS Presidency

Prevention Seminar 2014 Family Photo

 

On 11 -12 November 2014, the Estonian CBSS Presidency seminar on „Measuring the impact of fire prevention activities“ was held as part of the CBSS long-term priority Safe & Secure Region. The event was hosted by the Estonian Rescue Board in Tallinn and opened by Mr. Alo Tammsalu, Deputy Director General of the Estonian Rescue Board and Ambassador Raul Mälk, Chair of the Committee of Senior Officials (CSO) under the Estonian Presidency in CBSS for 2014-2015.

 

All presentations, the agenda and a summary of the seminar can be found below:

Agenda CBSS Prevention Seminar 11-12 11 2014

Summary of the Seminar

 

Presentations:

Mr Alo Tammsalu, Deputy Director General of the Estonian Rescue Board:

Welcome words and Estonian Rescue Board Strategy

Mr Indrek Ints, Head of the Emergency Prevention Department of the Estonian Rescue Board:

Estonian activities in fire prevention and their results: how we measure the impact? Where we started, where are we now and what we aim at?

Esta Kaal, Survey Expert of the Institute of Communication of the Tallinn University:

Fire safety awareness index

Jaanus Harro, Professor at the Division of Neuropsychopharmacology of the Department of Psychology of the University of Tartu:

Excessive risk-taking in traffic: contributing factors and prevention

Anthony Jay Olsson, Head of Media & Communications of the Permanent International Secretariat of the CBSS
Janusz Gąciarz, Civil Security Senior Adviser of the Permanent International Secretariat of the CBSS

Safe and Secure Region. CBSS and EUSBSR Activities within the Area of Civil Protection

Vesa-Pekka Tervo, Director of Risk Management of Keski-Uusimaa Department for Rescue Services, Finland:

Measurement of impact of prevention activities – delegations’ presentations Fire inspection & measuring effectiveness

Marko Florek, Senior Fire Officer of Hamburg Fire and Rescue Service, Germany:

Measuring the impact of fire prevention activities

Kaidi Reedi, Survey Expert of TNS Emor (marketing, research and consultancy company):

Neuromarketing – new approach of marketing research and how it can be used in prevention activities

Audrius Čiuplys, Head of State Fire Supervision Board of the Fire and Rescue Department under the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Lithuania, Lithuania

Fire prevention in Lithuania

Adrian Bucalowski, Chief Expert of Polish National Headquarters of the State Fire Service, Poland

Measuring impact of prevention activities in Poland

Sergey Sharapov, Chief of Research Institute of Advanced Studies and Innovative Technologies of Saint-Petersburg University of State Fire Service of EMERCOM of Russia, Russia

Activity on fire accidents reduction and fire prevention

Dmitry Samoshin, Docent of Education and Research Centre “Fire Safety in Construction” of the Academy of State Fire Service of EMERCOM of Russia, Russia

Fire safety of people with disabilities

Mona Pütsep, Evaluator of the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, Sweden

Indicators for enhanced fire safety

 
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