Start Time
9:15 AM
End Time
3.45 PM
DELIVERY
Virtual
There will be CPD hours awarded to attendees. Please check directly with your association or awarding body to see how many points they will award.

About this Conference

In recent years Ireland has seen an increase in dramatic events including, weather emergencies, cyber-attacks, pandemic, you name it!! The demands of Ireland’s emergency response managers are ever changing. It requires them to have an exceptionally high standard of preparedness for any eventuality, either man made or by natures hand.

Their planning and response to events are vital to ensure the best possible outcome for any emergency event.

This conference is a must attend for all those who are involved in emergency response or those responsible in cases of emergencies big or small. There will be an expert line up of speakers discussing recent events, anticipated events and how we can improve our response going forward.

The Emergency Response & Disaster Recovery conference is a unique event streamed live from our own custom-built CMG Studios.

Agenda

Conference Chairperson & Opening Remarks

Ireland’s First National Security Strategy and Ireland’s Emergency Preparedness

  • Principal threats to Ireland’s national security
  • Strategic goals Ireland should adopt
  • Will the traditional national security policies and approaches remain relevant?
  • What strategic capabilities will the State need to develop
  • National Emergency Plans
  • Strategic Emergency Management (SEM) National Structures and Framework

Communication is Key

  • Notification and information exchange processes
  • Public/media communication
  • Muti- Agency communication

Paul Cuttle, Owner, Cuttle Consulting.

The Future of Claims & Technology

  • Data Protection Breaches and personal injury
  • Whether class actions for data protection breaches on the horizon
  • Remote hearings under Civil Law and Criminal Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2020

Patrick Crowe BL, Law Library

Public Health and Medical Response

  • The role of Departments of Public Health following a public health major
  • Identification of the population who have been exposed to the threat
  • Assessment of the risk to public health
  • Risk communication and guidance to key health professionals
  • Risk communication to the public to address concerns, provide information and advice
  • Advice on control measures to protect public health
  • Short term and long-term monitoring of those exposed if appropriate.

Dr. Peter Daly, Project Manager, Covid-19 Planning Team, HSE

Weather Emergencies

  • What weather emergencies can we expect in the future. What do we need to prepare for?
  • Met Éireann’s Warning System including warnings notifications on App
  • Storm Naming
  • Accuracy of forecasts and probabilistic forecasting
  • New trends towards impact-based forecasts

Evelyn Cusack, Head of Forecasting, Met Eireann

Cyber Attacks- Be a Cyber Phoenix and rise from the ashes

  • See how other organisations addressed existential IT disasters.
  • Learn what needs to be considered to prepare your organisation.
Liam Lynch,L2 Cyber Security Solutions

Building and Sustaining Resilience

  • Building your resilience plans
  • Testing your plans
  • Managing your Third Parties
  • Customer and regulator expectations
  • Managing your Third Parties

Gerard Joyce, CalQrisk

Climate Change and Environmental Emergencies

Principal threats to Ireland’s national security - Climate Change: Planetary Emergency or Long-Term Threat?

  • Satellite observations of atmospheric temperature change
  • Natural variability of weather extremes over long periods
  • Observations of sea level rise
  • Polar sea ice changes
  • Estimates of climate sensitivity using satellite observations and simple energy balance models

Ray Bates, Adjunct Professor of Meteorology, School of Mathematics and Statistics, UCD

Crowd Control and Evacuations in an Emergency situation

 

War - Irelands Vulnerability during International conflict

Who Should Attend?

This conference will be of great interest to emergency response managers, communication teams, business continuity managers, risk managers, directors, CEO’s, strategic planners, operations managers in all public and private sector organisations.

Speakers

Evelyn Cusack
Head of Forecasting
Liam Lynch
L2 Cyber Security Solutions
Gerard Joyce
CalQrisk
Ray Bates
Adjunct Professor of Meteorology
Paul Cuttle
Owner, Cuttle Consulting.

Price

Early Bird Rate: €435 + VAT (LIMITED OFFER)

Full rate €535 + VAT

Please note the early bird discount can close sooner than expected once a certain number of seats fill up, therefore your prompt booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment

Discounts available for bookings of 3 or more.