Twenty year milestone for Milan’s volunteering programme
The Coordination Committee for Volunteering (CCV), Department of Civil Protection, City of Milan, is celebrating its twentieth anniversary
Hybrid event | Politecnico di Milano, Aula Magna Carassa & Dadda - Via Lambruschini 4, Milan, Italy and in live streaming
The Coordination Committee for Volunteering (CCV), Department of Civil Protection, City of Milan, is celebrating its twentieth anniversary on Saturday 4 December 2021 at Politecnico di Milano. To mark this milestone, the Coordination Committee for Volunteering of Milan is organising a convention in celebration, which will cover topics of Civil Protection and discuss the implementation of new synergies to address future challenges. The event is organised in collaboration with Sea Milan Airports, Gruppo CAP, VBD S.p.A., 112 Emergencies and Ubbiali, under the patronage of Fondazione Politecnico di Milano, Politecnico di Milano, the Regional Council of Lombardy, the Metropolitan City of Milan and the Municipality of Milan.
There will be a full programme and three round table discussion groups with institutional and technical panellists, to engender stimulating debate between institutions, political decision makers, scientific research, companies, the general public and operators in Civil Protection volunteering. The objective of this event is to give the public more information about the areas where Civil Protection is involved, to inform their approach to the territory and behaviour, and so limit their risks.
9:30 | NEW HORIZONS IN CIVIL PROTECTION SYSTEMS. HOW THE REGIONAL DRAFT LAW CAN AFFECT RELATIONSHIPS IN CIVIL PROTECTION SYSTEMS.
Moderator: Paola Maria Anelli, RAI 3
Greetings from Politecnico di Milano and Fondazione Politecnico di Milano, Prof. Giovanni Menduni, Lecturer in Civil Protection at Politecnico di Milano
Greetings from the Metropolitan City of Milan, Michela Palestra, Deputy Mayor
The role of the city of Milan’s Civil Protection volunteering programme, Marco Granelli, Council member for Civil Protection at the City of Milan
The value of organised volunteering programmes, Carlo Borghetti, Vice President of the Regional Council of Lombardy
Developments and opportunities arising from the new bill on Civil Protection, Pietro Foroni, Council member for Civil Protection at the Regional Council of Lombardy
The role of the Prefecture within the metropolitan city and coordination with other Prefectures in Lombardy), Natalino Manno, Proxy Prefect of Milan
Synergy and mutual relationships between the components of the Civil Protection system, Roberto Laffi, General Director for Territory and Civil Protection at the Regional Council of Lombardy
Comparison between organisational models and experiences, Marco Fassero, Representative for Piedmont and Giovanni Naso, Representative for Liguria on the Territorial Commission
Representation and operations in organised volunteering programmes, Dario Pasini, President of the National Committee for Civil Protection
Concluding remarks by Fabrizio Curcio, Head of the Department of Civil Protection
12:00 | An expression of thanks to third sector associations for Civil Protection in the Metropolitan City of Milan
12:30 | Refreshments
14:00 | DEBATE: COMPARISON BETWEEN OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCES, NEW SYNERGY FOR THE CHALLENGES OF TOMORROW, WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF THE OPERATIONAL DIVISIONS.
Moderator: Davide Perazzoli, 112 Emergencies
Nicola Micele, Provincial Commander of the Firefighters of Milan; Alberto Zoli, General Director of AREU; Sabina Liebschner, CRI Italian Red Cross, Regional Committee for Lombardy; General Alfonso Miro, “Lombardia” Army Military Commander; Representative for the Arma dei Carabinieri, Provincial Command of Milan; Giorgio Medici, Director of SEA Environment and Airport Safety; Simone Segna, Operational Head of CCV Milan.
Greetings, Francesco Vassallo, Managing Director for the Metropolitan City of Milan
- New technological tools to support operational divisions
- Training and education: feasible synergies
- Managing emergencies in the territory
- A selection of operational models and cross collaborations
- Integrated emergency plans, the Aviation Emergency Plan for Milan airports
Conclusions, Augusto Moretti, Mayor of Peschiera Borromeo
16:00 | Coffee Break
16:15 | ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION. HYDROGEOLOGICAL INSTABILITY, STRATEGIES TO REDUCE RISK
Moderator: Davide Lenarduzzi, CEO PAEDA & Associati
Greetings by Riccardo Pase, President of the 6th Commission for the Environment and Civil Protection at the Regional Council of Lombardy
The Segrate model at Cop26, Paolo Micheli, Mayor of Segrate
Climate change and effects on hydrogeological balance, Andrea Giuliacci, Meteorological expert
Advanced techniques for susceptibility analysis to manage hydrogeological risk, Giovanni Menduni, Lecturer in Civil Protection at Politecnico di Milano
Collaborations in monitoring risks: stewardship notebooks, Marco La Veglia, Director for Western Lombardy at AIPO
Plans for post-emergencies and water resources: experiences and outlook, Nadia Padovan, Director of the Implementation Unit for post emergencies and water resources
Principles of hydraulic invariance for mitigating risk, Marco Callerio, Head of the Hydraulic Invariance Office at CAP
Civil Protection plans for towns and cities and mitigation of water-related risks, Graziano Cireddu, Vice President CCV Milan
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