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Public Events

May 21 - 22, 2013
5th iNTeg-Risk Conference 2013

Early Recognition, Monitoring and Integrated Management
of Emerging, New Technology Related, Risks
http://integrisk.eu-vri.eu 

 

"Horizon 2020: From iNTeg-Risk to the
European Emerging Risk Radar"


Stuttgart, Germany on May 21-22, 2013



Venue:
Maritim Hotel Stuttgart
Seidenstraße 34
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
http://maritim.com/en/hotels/germany/hotel-stuttgart

The 5th and final iNTeg-Risk conference was an excellent opportunity for project partners to communicate their results to the “outside world” and an opportunity for interested professionals, not participating in the iNTeg-Risk project, to learn about the project and its numerous results (http://integrisk.eu-vri.eu). This final conference was partly dedicated to one of the ways for ensuring sustainability of the project results: The European Emerging Risk Radar (E2R2) Initiative is envisaged as a platform enabling to recognize, monitor and manage emerging risks at the European level.

Further details about the conference are to be found on: http://eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=398

iNTeg-Risk Conference Committee and iNTeg-Risk Project Team
May 13 - 17, 2013
SHB/iNTeg-Risk course V-R38 IRP: Industrial Risk Psychology

April 8 - 12, 2013
SHB/iNTeg-Risk course V-R26 QRA&A, Quantitative Risk Assessment and Advanced Application

Lecturers: Prof. Valerio Cozzani, Dr. Ernesto Salzano, Dr. Alessandro Tugnoli

The aim of the course is the introduction to quantitative risk analysis. The steps necessary to calculate risk indexes starting from the results of hazard identification will be illustrated and demonstrated. Practical approach to frequency calculation and consequences assessment, including vulnerability models, will be discussed. The main risk indexes will be introduced and discussed. A case-study will be carried out to illustrate the calculation and the use of individual, societal and other advanced risk indexes.

February 18 - 22, 2013
SHB/iNTeg-Risk course III-R08 FIRE: Fire Protection
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Lecturer: U. Krause
€500 | 3CPs

This course aims to extend the knowledge about fire protection in industry based on the practice in EU, as well as to provide basic knowledge on fire modeling. It starts with the theory of fire and extinguishment and explains sources of risk and fire protection installations. Fire modeling elaborates modeling principles and gives number of examples explaining use of different fire models.

February 4 - 8, 2013
SHB/iNTeg-Ris course V-R21: Safety and Reliability Analysis
Definition and discussion of basic concepts related to reliability and risk analysis. Functional analysis and identification and evaluation of faults and hazards. System analysis based on FMECA, reliability block diagrams and fault trees. Quantification of reliability and availability of technological systems. Measures for reliability importance. Analysis of repairable systems by Markov methods. Analysis of safety-critical systems (IEC 61508). Analysis of systems with common cause failures. Estimation of failure rates. Survey of reliability data sources.
January 17 - 19, 2013
Course IV-R14 iCSR&S: integrated Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability / Block lectures of iCSR course (Uni Stuttgart) - Emerging Risks and integrated Corporate Social Responsibility
Compact lectures on iCSR topics.
January 14 - 17, 2013
SHB/iNTeg-Risk Course III-R06 HSSE: Health, Safety, Security and Environment
The course gives an overview of EU regulation in the field of HSSE (health, safety, security and environment), explains the objectives and requirements, as well as state-of-the art in the implementation including constraint and advantages. Special focus is:
  • on the integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) as defined in the new Industrial Emissions Directive (Directive 2010/75/EU) and the former IPPC directive (Directive 2008/1/EC),
  • on the prevention of major accidents (Directive 96/82/EC on the control of major-accident hazards - so-called Seveso II Directive).
September 24 - 28, 2012
SHB/iNTeg-Risk Course I-R02 PETRO, Risk Analysis in Petrochemical Industry
The petroleum industry is changing rapidly, challenging many organizations and individuals to keep pace and distinguish opportunity from risk. This course will present current global and regional happenings in the upstream, midstream,downstream and in petrochemical industries. It will increase understanding of the industry's strengths and weaknesses and the risk issues.
September 11 - 14, 2012
WOS2012 “Towards Safety Through Advanced Solutions”

The 6th Working on Safety Conference will take place in Sopot (Poland), on September 11-14th, 2012. 

Workingonsafety.net is an international network of decision-makers, researchers and professionals responsible for the prevention of accidents at work.

The network seeks to bring accident prevention experts together in order to facilitate the exchange of information and experience between different countries and sectors. The Working on Safety network attracts researchers, regulators, inspection bodies, safety professionals and other experts in this field of research and policy-making. It consists of an Internet platform (www.workingonsafety.net) and a biannual conference.

Important dates:
Deadline for the receipt of abstracts: 15 February 2012               

 

Notification of acceptance: 15 March 2012

 

Deadline for the receipt of full papers and early registration: 1 June 2012

Deadline for the receipt of ppt presentations: 15 August 2012

Further information about this event is avalaible here.  

July 23 - 27, 2012
SHB/iNTeg-Risk Course IV-R16 LCA, Life Cycle Analysis and Assessment

Principles and practical application of the life cycle analysis (LCA) as a technique for accessing the environmental aspects and potential impacts associated with a product, by (a) compiling an inventory of relevant inputs and outputs of a product system, (b) evaluating the potential environmental impacts associated with those inputs and outputs, and (c) interpreting the results of the inventory analysis and impact assessment phases in relation with to the objective of the study.

The course will provide overview of the techniques and the tools needed for the analysis, with practical examples primarily from process industry and relevant products, covering the environmental aspects and potential impacts throughout a product’s life (i.e. cradle-to-grave) from raw material acquisition through production, use and disposal, with a particular attention focused onto resource use, human health and ecological consequences.

May 7 - 8, 2012
Main Event - 4th iNTeg-Risk Conference 2012

Early Recognition, Monitoring and Integrated Management
of Emerging, New Technology Related, Risks
http://integrisk.eu-vri.eu 

4th Announcement

 
4th iNTeg-Risk Conference 2012


"Managing Early Warnings - what and how to look for?"


Stuttgart, Germany on May 7-8, 2012


in conjunction with iNTeg-Risk education courses (“European Master of Risk Management and Engineering”) and OECD workshop “TRANSPORT AND POWER SURVEILLANCE”
and “China-Europe Risk Forum”


Venue:
Maritim Hotel Stuttgart
Seidenstraße 34
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
http://maritim.com/en/hotels/germany/hotel-stuttgart

The Maritim Hotel Stuttgart is located in the centre of the city nearby the main railway station.

The 4th iNTeg-Risk Conference is an excellent opportunity for project partners to communicate their results to the “outside world” and an opportunity for interested professionals, not participating in the iNTeg-Risk project, to learn about the project and its numerous results (150 deliverables already available) (http://integrisk.eu-vri.eu).

This year, the Conference will be focused on the issues dealing with management of early warnings as well as with multiple and interconnected emerging risks of New Technologies and presentation of the current iNTeg-Risk results. The Conference will be accompanied by an iNTeg-Risk Education Course and a specialized OECD workshop. This will be an additional opportunity for the entire risk community to share experiences on risk governance, communication, analysis and management and to enjoy the pleasant ambience of Hotel Maritim and Haus der Wirtschaft in Stuttgart.

The preliminary program of the conference comprises:

May 2-5, 2012
Introduction to Risk Management (Risk and Safety Management)
This course (I-R1 INTRO) belongs to the series of courses of iNTeg-Risk (WP4.10). It is a part of the certified and accredited system of SHB (Steinbeis University Berlin) of academic and professional education (“European Master of Risk Management and Engineering”).
Participation: Open, registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=357

 

May 4, 2012
OECD Workshop: TRANSPORT AND POWER SURVEILLANCE

A specialists’ meeting on “Role of space technologies and ICT in the surveillance of global threats”. This is the third workshop out of 5, organized by OECD International Futures Programme (IFP)
Participation: By invitation, open for project partners and members of EU-VRi, please contact: anita.gibson@oecd.org

 

May 6, 2012
Welcome reception

An ideal occasion to meet people attending the conference in the friendly atmosphere of the Maritim Hotel Stuttgart!
Participation: Open, registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=349

 

May 7-8, 2012
Main Conference

The results obtained in the project so far will be presented more in detail, including iNTeg-Risk early warning system RiskEars, emerging risk mapping (RiskAtlas of iNTeg-Risk), emerging risk management framework (iNTeg-Risk ERMF), emerging risk monitoring (iNTeg-Risk RiskClock and RiskTweet), emerging risk communication and methods and tools for emerging risk analysis.
Participation: Open, registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=349

 

May 8, 2012
Project General Assembly (GA)

Annual meeting of iNTeg-Risk project partners summarizing project issues and making the important project-related decisions.
Participation: Project partners only, registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=349

 

May 9, 2012
International Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting

The annual meeting of the Board will be the occasion to review project results and implementation of the IAB-recommendations of 2011
Participation: IAB members only, registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=349

NOTE:
During the conference a demonstration booth with permanent discussion-based interaction will be available in the registration area.

The registration for the Main Conference is open at:

http://eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=349


Further details including the detailed program can be found on the announcement and on the website.

For possible queries, please, feel free to contact us at integrisk-conference4@eu-vri.eu.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Stuttgart.


iNTeg-Risk Conference Committee and iNTeg-Risk Project Team
May 2 - 5, 2012
SHB/iNTeg-Risk course I-R01 INTRO, Introduction to Risk Management
                          


Course I-R1

Introduction to Risk Management

May 2 - 5, 2012
Stuttgart Institute of Management
and Technology (SIMT)
70599 Stuttgart, Germany

We continue the series of courses which all belong to joint effort of iNTeg-Risk project (represented by EU-VRi and other partners), University of Stuttgart (ZIRN) and Steinbeis University Berlin (STI Advanced Risk Technologies) to set a modern, modular and distributed model of education and certification in the area of Risk Engineering and Management with particular emphasis on the issue of emerging risks, in particular those related to new technologies (see the draft document with the report from iNTeg-Risk WP4.10).

All courses are embedded into the certified and accredited system of SHB (Steinbeis University Berlin) and each course brings credit points for academic and/or professional education.

Short Description of the course:

The course covers main topics of industrial safety, starting with different aspects of risks and terminology used in the field. The main part of the course is dedicated to the related EU directives. The course outlines goals, scope and required measures / obligations considering acute (accidents) and chronic (pollution) risks. Special focus is given to major accident prevention and related process safety risk assessment methodology.
Furthermore, the course

  • is illustrated by number of examples
  • presents commonly used method and tools and
  • provides exercises and preparation for the final exam.

As introductory, the course is dedicated to the wide range of participants, such as:

  • professionals dealing with risk issues on management or operation level,
  • individuals with no previous experience in the field of risk management, but willing to extend their knowledge and take up new roles in risk management in their companies,
  • students of  Steinbeis Master of Risk Engineering and Management program and similar programs.

At the end of the course students are expected to have basic knowledge about:

  • general terms used in the area of risk, safety, hazard, risk and risk assessment...
  • respective EU regulation/directives such as REACH, Seveso II, ATEX, and the obligations resulting from them
  • main elements of the process safety assessment (input data, hazards identification methods and tools, scenario elaboration and assessment of related risks…), including major accidents prevention policy
  • safety measures, based on regulatory requirements, as implemented in the different EU member states.

As an option, the course covers the issues of risk perception and risk communication and tackles the method of stakeholder involvement in technical risk management.
The course participants will receive the training material consisting of textbook and transparencies (download), as used by the lecturers during the course.

Further information can be found on the program. Registration for the course is open at:

http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=357

(If you are partner in iNTeg-Risk project please, use your iNTeg-Risk credentials for registration)

March 27 - 30, 2012
SHB/iNTeg-Risk course II-R04a RBI-PETRO, Risk Based Inspection - Petro

                          


Course II-R4a RBI-PETRO:
  Risk Based Inspection


March 27 - 30, 2012
RBMI Business Centre EMEA, Lloyd's Register EMEA - Energy,
3026 Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The course is organized in the occasion of RBMI 2012 User Conference and Energy Event (March 27 - 28, 2012) and Kick-off meeting of potential stakeholders: "Upgrading" of the CWA 15740:2008 towards the European Norm (March 29, 2012).

The course II-R4a RBI - PETRO, will be an unique opportunity to learn more about Risk-Based Inspection, its application in industry using different tools and working processes that comply with the main reference documents.

A team of highly-qualified and experienced lectures in this area from reputable companies such as Bayer Technology Services, Lloyd's Register EMEA - Energy and Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies (R-Tech) will be conducting the course.

Furthermore, the course is embedded into the certified and accredited system of SHB (Steinbeis University Berlin) and means that each course brings credit points for academic and/or professional education.

The course is embedded into the certified and accredited system of SHB (Steinbeis University Berlin) and means that each course brings credit points for academic and/or professional education.

Short Description:

The course elaborates risk issues in petrochemical industries and explains principles of risk based inspection. It deals with existing risk-based approaches and gives links to applied codes and standards. The focus of the course is given to the main reference documents of American Petroleum Institute

Recommended Practice for Risk-Based Inspection (API RP 580)
Base Resource Document on RBI (API Publication 581) API 581.

Furthermore, the course

  • presents commonly used method and tools
  • is illustrated by number of examples
  • provides exercises and preparation for the final exam.

The course is dedicated to

  • engineers (university level), managers, inspectors, legislators and other professionals dealing with risk and safety in industry
  • students of Steinbeis Master of Risk Engineering and Management program and similar programs.
At the end of the course students are expected to know the answers to the following questions:
  • Why RBI analysis is used and what are benefits and limitations of various RBI technologies?
  • What are differences between qualitative and quantitative approaches to RBI methods?
  • What is the scope of equipment covered in RBI techniques?
  • How RBI provides input to minimum requirements for programs that meet RP 580?
  • What are future industry trends in RBI?
February 22, 2012
Cyprus Safety Platform: One Day Workshop in Critical Infrastructures Protection

 

The Cyprus Safety Platform organises a One Day Workshop in Critical Infrastructures Protection on Wednesday 22nd February 2012, in the Cultural Center of European University Cyprus, in Engkomi, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Every day accidents and disasters occur on a small or large scale. These events may have short, medium and long-term impacts on individuals, groups, or the society as a whole.  
A common feature of these accidents and disasters is the lack of knowledge of the conditions that may initiate them and their potential impact on life safety, property and the environment.  This knowledge is essential in developing measures to minimize the probability of their initiation and also to mitigate their damages.
For this reason they propose the creation of the Safety Platform.

    The safety platform during its life will serve as a "bridge" between industry, academic and research institutes and the state with the purpose of:

    • Providing a forum for the industry and society to reveal and discuss their safety problems and concerns.  
    • Creating a research agenda that focuses on the safety problems facing industry and society
    • Transferring knowledge and technology to society, industry and government, and
    • Assisting government bodies to take necessary measures to implement the findings and recommendations.  
    Professor George Hadjisophocleous from Carleton University and Dr Frank Guldenmund from TU Delft will deliver Keynote Speeches. Participation to the Workshop is free of charge; arrangements have been made with local hotels for overseas participants. For further information please contact Dr George Boustras, European University Cyprus at g.boustras@euc.ac.cy or safety@euc.ac.cy.
    December 12 - 16, 2011
    SHB/iNTeg-Risk course I-R01 INTRO, Introduction to Risk Management (Risk and Safety Management)

                              


    Course I-R1
    Introduction to Risk Management


    December 12-16, 2011
    Haus der Wirtschaft, Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19
    70174 Stuttgart, Germany


    With this course we open the series of courses which all belong to joint effort of iNTeg-Risk project (represented by EU-VRi and other partners), University of Stuttgart (ZIRN) and Steinbeis University Berlin (STI Advanced Risk Technologies) to set a modern, modular and distributed model of education and certification in the area of Risk Engineering and Management with particular emphasis on the issue of emerging risks, in particular those related to new technologies (see the draft document with the report from iNTeg-Risk WP4.10).

    The course is embedded into the certified and accredited system of SHB (Steinbeis University Berlin) and means that each course brings credit points for academic and/or professional education.

    Short Description:

    The course covers the main topics of industrial safety, starting with different aspects of risks and terminology used in the field. The main part of the course is dedicated to the related EU directives. The course outlines goals, scope and required measures / obligations considering acute (accidents) and chronic (pollution) risks. Special focus is given to major accident prevention and related process safety risk assessment methodology.
    Furthermore, the course

    • is illustrated by number of examples
    • presents commonly used method and tools and
    • provides exercises and preparation for the final exam.

    As introductory, the course is dedicated to the wide range of participants, such as:

    • professionals dealing with risk issues on management or operation level,
    • individuals with no previous experience in the field of risk management, but willing to extend their knowledge and take up new roles in risk management in their companies,
    • students of  Steinbeis Master of Risk Engineering and Management program and similar programs.

    At the end of the course students are expected to have basic knowledge about:

    • general terms used in the area of risk, safety, hazard, risk and risk assessment...
    • respective EU regulation/directives such as REACH, Seveso II, ATEX, and the obligations resulting from them
    • main elements of the process safety assessment (input data, hazards identification methods and tools, scenario elaboration and assessment of related risks…), including major accidents prevention policy
    • safety measures, based on regulatory requirements, as implemented in the different EU member states.

    As an option, the course covers the issues of risk perception and risk communication and tackles the method of stakeholder involvement in technical risk management.
    The course participants will receive the training material consisting of textbook and transparencies (download), as used by the lecturers during the course.


    Further information can be found on the program. Registration for the course is open at:

    http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=332

    (If you are partner in iNTeg-Risk project please, use your iNTeg-Risk credentials for registration)

    November 3, 2011
    IRGC 2011 Annual Event on Risk Governance

    How can we learn from large-scale industrial accidents?


    A conference organised by EPFL and IRGC on the topic of improving governance of industrial activities:

    When disasters can be opportunity for improving safety and risk governance.

     3 November 2011, 17:00


    Rolex Learning Center, EPFL, Lausanne

    The IRGC 2011 Annual Event on Risk Governance will take place on 3 November 2011 at the Rolex Learning Center on the EPFL campus in Lausanne, Switzerland. For this occasion, a public conference will be held starting at 17:00 on “Learning from large-scale industrial accidents”.  Following key note presentations, a panel of experts and practitioners from Japan, India, China, the United States and Europe will discuss how we have learned from and built better risk governance institutions and processes in the wake of past disasters, including the lessons that can be learned from the recent March 2011 Fukushima Dai-Ichi accident in Japan. I have attached the program for reference.

    More information about the conference can be obtained on http://www.irgc.org/-IRGC-2011-Annual-Event-on-Risk-.html and from Diane Boulay at IRGC (diane.boulay@irgc.org).

    To register, please click here 
    June 6, 2011
    iNTeg-Risk Workshop on Emerging risks: contributing factors (organized by IRGC)

    iNTeg-Risk Workshop on Emerging risks: contributing factors
    (organized by IRGC)


    Concept of the workshop:

    IRGC defines as “emerging” a risk that is new, or a familiar risk in a new or unfamiliar context or under new context conditions (re-emerging). Emerging risks are issues that are perceived to be potentially significant but which may not be fully understood and assessed, thus not allowing risk management options to be developed with confidence.

    In December 2010, IRGC marked the completion of phase 1 of its project on emerging risks with the publication of the report ‘Emerging Risks: Contributing Factors’. This report focuses on how and why risks emerge, describing twelve generic factors that contribute to the creation of ‘fertile ground’ from which new risks may emerge. These factors are applicable across multiple domains and, while some factors may also be relevant for other kinds of risk, all have been identified by IRGC as particularly pertinent to the kind of systemic, emerging risks that span countries, sectors and the boundaries between natural, technological and social systems. Some of the factors are, at least to a certain extent, controllable or manipulable by decision-makers – for example, ‘perverse incentives’, ‘communication’ or ‘social dynamics’. Other factors may be unsuitable for external manipulation, but can nevertheless be monitored and measured so that unusual patterns or deviations from the norm can be detected early – for example, ‘loss of safety margins’, positive feedback’ or ‘varying susceptibilities to risk’.

    This workshop will begin by describing the twelve factors and the importance of understanding them from a systems perspective. Such a perspective is especially relevant when considering complex systems, and it is from complex systems that emerging risks often arise. Examples will be given to help put the factors into context and demonstrate their impact on some past ‘emerging’ risks, as well as their relevance to the iNTeg-Risk project. Further discussion will centre on how the concept of contributing factors can be turned into concrete guidance for overcoming obstacles to emerging risk anticipation and response and what practitioners can learn from these IRGC tools.


    Workshops fees
    (per workshop, + VAT if applicable):
    • 150 €, for project partners and IAB members
    • 250 €, for other participants.
    The registration to a workshop includes handouts and coffee breaks.

    June 6 - 10, 2011
    3rd iNTeg-Risk Conference 2011
    Early Recognition, Monitoring and Integrated Management
    of Emerging, New Technology Related, Risks
    www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu
     


    The iNTeg-Risk team is pleased to announce the

    3rd iNTeg-Risk Conference 2011

    "Risk vs. Risk: Managing Emerging Risk-Benefit Tradeoffs in Complex Systems"

    Stuttgart, Germany on June 6-8, 2011


    in conjunction with
    SRA-Europe 2011 Annual Meeting (June 5-8, 2011) www.sraeurope.org,
    iNTeg-Risk workshops and iNTeg-Risk project meetings


    Venue:
    Haus der Wirtschaft
    Willi-Bleicher-Strasse 19
    70174 Stuttgart, Germany
    http://www.hausderwirtschaft.de
    (25 mins by metro to the airport,
    10 mins walk to the main railway station)


    The conference is an excellent opportunity for project partners to communicate their results to the “outside world” and an opportunity for interested professionals, not participating in the iNTeg-Risk project, to learn about the project (www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu, budget approx. 20 million €, 80+ companies involved). The preliminary program of the conference comprises:


    1. June 6, 2011
    Pre-conference workshops related to iNTeg-Risk project:
    • Workshop on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
    • Workshop organized by International Risk Governance Council (IRGC)

    2.  June 7-8, 2011
    Main Conference
    With strong presence of high-level representatives from government, regulatory and standardization brokers, EU and EU agencies, industry and other organizations. The conference will take place in conjunction with SRA Europe 20th Annual Meeting providing the delegates with an opportunity to liaison with participants attending SRA Europe meeting. The two conferences will have joint plenary meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday allowing the participants to attend some of the SRA sessions and vice-versa.


    3.  June 6-10, 2011
    Accompanying events (all project internal)
    • Project meetings for single project activities (Workpackage and Task meetings)
      June 6 & 10, 2011
    • International Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting
      June 8, 2010
    • Project General Assembly (GA)
      June 9, 2010
    • Project Executive Board (EB) Meeting
      June 9, 2011
    • ERRA-Integration Delphi-Workshop
      June 9, 2011
    • Preparation meeting for Exploitation Strategy Seminar for iNTeg-Risk project (optional)
      June 10, 2011

    For the project partners the main conference (June 7-8, 2011) and some of the accompanying events on June 6-10, 2011 (e.g. General Assembly, Delphi-Workshop) are project meetings, i.e. mandatory, the workshops of June 6, 2011 are optional.

    For registration, please use the Online registration form. Please note that online registration is open until Tuesday, May 31, 2011. On-site registration is possible.

    Further details about the Conference can be found on the event page: link

    We are looking forward to welcoming you in Stuttgart.


    A. Jovanovic


    iNTeg-Risk Project Coordinator
    on behalf of the iNTeg-Risk Conference Committee and iNTeg-Risk Project Team

    June 6, 2011
    iNTeg-Risk workshop on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

    iNTeg-Risk workshop on
    Key Performance Indicators proposed and/or applied in iNTeg-Risk ERRAs: Elaboration, specification and further usage


    Concept of the workshop:
    The workshop will focus on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) provided as part of the project result coming from 17 case studies - so called Emerging Risk Representative industrial Applications (ERRAs) - that were carried out in the first two years of iNTeg-Risk project. All 17 ERRAs were grouped around the topics
    • Emerging Risk in New Technologies
    • Emerging Risks in New Materials and Products
    • Emerging Risks in New Production Technologies and Production Networks
    • Emerging Risk Related Policies
    and were asked to include a list of recommended KPIs in their final reports. KPIs that were provided by the different ERRAs have been pre-analyzed within the project already.
    During the workshop the participants will discuss the general approach on KPIs in iNTeg-Risk project and discuss single KPIs and their necessary specification using sets of KPIs provided by different ERRAs as example. This will lead to discussions on elaboration, specification and further usage of the Key Performance Indicators proposed by the different ERRA groups.
    The targeted audience for this workshop is:
    • All ERRA leaders and/or deputies
    • WP2.4 Leaders and Task Leaders
    • Interested external participants
    External participants will have to register on their own costs. Project participants registration costs will be covered by respective project budgets.


    Workshops fees
    (per workshop, + VAT if applicable):
    • 150 €, for project partners and IAB members
    • 250 €, for other participants.
    The registration to a workshop includes handouts and coffee breaks.

    The registration for project partners is free of cost.
    April 7, 2011
    Detailed planning meeting SP3
    Invited are SP3 Leaders, WP Leaders and Leaders of integrative ERRAs

    Agenda:

    1. Short presentations of the WPs and validation cases within SP3.
    2. Short summary of results of SP2 that can be/should be used in SP3.
    3. Discussion about detailed planning and up-grading the WP.

    February 15, 2011
    Coordination and Brainstorming Meeting on "Future of standardization of Risk-Based Inspection and Maintenance in Europe, based on further development of CWA 15740:2008"
    The meeting will take place on

    February 15, 2011, 10:00 - 15:00
    in
    Munich
    Parkhotel Laim
    Zschokkestrasse 55
    80686 München

    http://www.park-hotel-laim.de

    jointly organized by TÜV SÜD and Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies (the coordinator of CWA 15740:2008).

    The objective of the meeting is to define the "way forward" which has to be communicated to CEN and DIN at latest in April 2011.

    The following aspects should be explored:
    1. Which standardization or other bodies (CEOC?) are interested in advancing the standardization aspects of the European RBI
    2. Which companies/persons would like to be involved into this activity
    3. CEN TCs possibly interested in "hosting" the topic
    4. Possibility of establishing "small TC" (2-3 years lifetime, just one EN)
    5. Define the principal directions of contents updating of CWA 15740:2008 – e.g. with respect to new US, Japanese and Korean docs, and developments in countries like China
    6. Define the Operating team for the new European RBI (EN based on CWA 15740:2008)
    7. Prepare the report for the CEOC GA in May in Warsaw (if appropriate) or at some other occasion(s)
    8. AOB
    There are no registration fees but the registration is mandatory.

    Registration:

    January 21, 2011
    2nd Annual Review Meeting with the Commission
    Information on the venue under http://www.cen.eu/cen/AboutUs/Meeting%20Centre/Location/Pages/default.aspx
    November 25, 2010
    Next (final) steps for ERRA B1
    Please find numbers for Dial-in under documents below. PIN code for POWWOWNOW is 912005.
    November 16 - 18, 2010
    Nanosafe 2010 Conference
    The objectives of the conference will be to make available the major progresses and future trends in the domain of the safe production and use of nanomaterials.
    See www.nanosafe2010.org or click on more...
    November 8 - 10, 2010
    iNTeg-Risk meeting on (1) integration (SP1/SP2), (2) SP3 KoM and (3) reporting preparation
    The project meeting on November 8-10, 2010 in Brussels is a 3 day event concerning all subprojects of iNTeg-Risk:
    • SP1 - presentation of results, integration and final check for second year reporting
    • SP2 - presentation of results, integration and final check for second year reporting
    • SP3 - kick-off meeting
    • SP4 - presentation of results, integration and final check for second year reporting
             - presentation of CEN Workshop Agreement Business Plan
    • SP5 - General issues (e.g. related to second period reporting)
             - 9th Executive Board meeting
             - Introduction of the new partner Fraunhofer IOSB

    Expected participants:
    • All project participants as well as representatives from the European Commission are invited (EC personnel on 3rd day only).
    • The meeting is mandatory for Subproject Leaders and Workpackage Leaders of SP1, SP2 and SP4 (only active WPs!)
    • Due to integration activities, the presence of ERRA representatives is necessary for Monday, November 8, 2010.
    • SP3 WPLs will have to be present for SP3 Kick-off.

    Below a preliminary program is given for all 3 days. Please note that this program might be modified slightly.


    VENUE ADDRESSES:
    • Monday, November 8, 2010:
      Vertretung des Landes Baden-Württemberg,
      Rue Belliard 60-62,
      1040 Brussels - Location: A

    • Tuesday, November 9, 2010:
      Hôtel du Congrès,
      Rue du Congres 42,
      1000 Brussels - Location: B

    • Wednesday, November 10, 2010:
      European Commission
      SDME building,
      Room 7E,
      Square de Meeus 8,
      1049 Brussels - Location: C


    October 6, 2010
    Working meeting T4.3.1
    Workshop Agenda

    The aim of the workshop is to consider a sample of the KPIs, and to reach a consensus as to the suitability of each KPI for a) mature technologies and b) emerging technologies.  This will be done using a traffic light system (i.e. where green is ‘suitable’, yellow is ‘may or may not be suitable’, and red is ‘not suitable’).  In addition brief notes on the factors affecting the judgements will be recorded (please see figure 1, below).

    9am

    Arrival and coffees

    All

     

    Overview of workshop

    HSL

     

    Introductions (including experience and expertise)

    All

     

    T4.3.1 context/Background

    EU-VRI

     

    Shared experiences/observations (e.g. collecting KPIs)

    All

    10:30

    Mid-morning break

     

     

    Review a sample of KPIs:

    o    Review supporting information

    o    Agree suitability of KPIs for mature and emerging technologies

    o    Discuss basis of these decisions

    All

    12:30

    Lunch

     

     

    Noteworthy observations

    (e.g. what characteristics make KPIs suitable for emerging technologies?)

    All

    14:30

    Mid-afternoon break

     

     

    General experiences of KPIs:

    o    Lessons learnt and best practice

    o    How are KPIs best presented

    o    Alternatives to KPIs

     

     

    Next steps – compiling the report

    HSL

     

    AOB

    All

    16:00

    End of Workshop

     

     
    Figure 1 - Example of how KPI information will be recorded

    KPI

    Emerging Risk Management Framework

    Applicable to mature technologies?

    Potentially applicable to emerging technologies?

    Notes

    Percentage of safety critical plant/equipment that performs to specification when inspected or tested

    (T) Technology

     

     

    Requires identification of safety critical plant/equipment (and specified criteria for performance).  Assumes inspection and testing practices have been developed.

    September 7 - 9, 2010
    ‘Industrial Technologies’ conference

    On September 7, 8 and 9,  2010, the first edition of the ‘Industrial Technologies’ conference is being organised by the European Commission in cooperation with the Belgian EU Presidency. The focus will be on nanotechnologies and nanosciences, materials and manufacturing technologies, which are the key areas of the FP7 NMP Theme.

    The conference will give you the possibility to meet major actors in the field. It will be an international forum where industry, research organisations, universities as well as policy makers will meet and discuss possibilities for cooperation and proposals for improved integration in the near future.

    Please bookmark the conference website www.industrial-technologies2010.eu and check regularly for information regarding the programme, speakers, networking activities,…

     

     

    We are looking forward to welcoming you in Tour & Taxis in Brussels on September 7,8 and 9 2010.

    www: click here

    August 31 - September 1, 2010
    ERRA D4 Progress meeting
    ERRA D4 progress meeting to discuss the final draft reports.
    June 28, 2010
    2nd “MUST” Workshop on Self-healing Coatings: Effectiveness and Implementation

    2nd “MUST” WORKSHOP
    Self-healing Coatings: Effectiveness and Implementation

    28. June 2010, Noordwijk, The Netherlands


    The FP7 project MUST is organizing the 2nd external workshop devoted to “Self-healing coatings – effectiveness and implementation” on 28 June 2010, at Hotel van Oranje in Noordwijk, the Netherlands. The workshop aims at providing an international discussion forum on the most recent advances in the topic of self-healing coatings. The attendance is free of charge.  Moreover, you have the opportunity to combine it with the 6th International Conference on Coatings Science (COSI) that takes place from 28 June – 2 July, at the same Hotel, and to enjoy a fruitful week devoted to recent developments in coatings science. The workshop is scheduled for 28 June 2010 from 8:30 to 18:30h. We invite you to submit an abstract for this workshop.

    Please visit the MUST project website www.must-eu.com for registration and abstract submission and the COSI conference web site: www.coatings-science.com for further information.

    For questions concerning the technical contents of the workshop and for submission of your abstract, please contact: 

    Workshop organization – Fátima Montemor

    Phone: (+351) 218 419 769

    Fax: (+351) 218 419 771

    E-mail: mfontemor@ist.utl.pt


    June 18, 2010
    III.4 Workshop: China-Europe partnership in the area of emerging risks

    Workshop Committee

    O. Salvi, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany
    A. Jovanovic, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany
    R. Bubbico, Univ. di Roma La Sapienza and Past-President of SRA-Europe, Italy
    B. Affeltranger, Institut National de l’Environnement Industriel et des Risques, France
    L. Bodsberg, SINTEF, Norway
    C-F. Huang, Beijing Normal University and President of SRA-China, China
    Z. Zhang, Beijing Municipal Institute for Labour Protection (BMILP), China
    G. Zhai, Nanjing University, Vice-Secretary-General of SRA-China, China

    Contact & Organization

    M. Löscher, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany
    R. Kokejl, University of Stuttgart, Germany
    A. Veres, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH, Germany
    B. Caillard, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany

    About the workshop

    The objective of the workshop is to develop cooperation between Europe and China on emerging risks, as a follow up of the 1st China-Europe Risk Forum that took place in October 2009 in Beijing, hosted by BMILP and sponsored by SRA-Europe and EU-VRi.
    (See: http://www.eu-vri.eu/home.aspx?lan=230&tab=770&pag=787)
    The workshop will enable to review existing cooperations and initiate new ones on the following topics:
    1. Risks related to hazardous substances and processes in the industry: Roberto Bubbico
    2. Risks related to Transport Systems and Networks, including "life line" transporting utilities, products and information: Olivier Salvi
    3. Risk triggered by natural disasters: Bastien Affeltranger
    4. Methods and approaches for risk assessment and management: Aleksandar Jovanovic
    5. Risk Policies, Monitoring, Governance and Communication: Lars Bodsberg
    In particular, in order to stimulate the cross participation in projects, prior to the workshop, the participants of the conference will be asked to fill in a form presenting project opportunities, with a specification of the profile of the partners expected.
    The outcome of the workshop will be the creation of partnership to submit proposals for collaborative research or scientific activities in European or Chinese programmes.

    June 18, 2010
    III.5 ERRA-Integration Delphi-Workshop
    III.5 ERRA-Integration Delphi-Workshop

    Background:

    - activity related to T1.6.7.

    Objectives:

    - identify consensus and consensus on dissent on risk assessment of dealing ERRA topics.

    - essential input for project tasks such as ERMF, KPIs, One-Stop-Shop.

    Methodology used:

    - Delphi expert group workshop

    Requirements:

    - mandatory for all ERRA leaders and SP1 leaders
    June 17, 2010
    III.3 Workshop: New Technologies and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)

    Workshop Committee

    A. Jovanovic, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany
    R. X. Ruter, Ernst & Young, Germany
    W. Scheunemann, DOKEO, Germany (ytbc)

    Contact & Organization

    N. Ghavami, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH, Germany
    M. Löscher, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany

    About the workshop

    FP7 project iNTeg-Risk (www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu) is dealing with early recognition, monitoring and integrated management of emerging, new technology related risks. Over 60 organisations and more than 350 persons have committed themselves to develop a harmonised EU-answer to these emerging risks, which are considered as one of the major problems for the competitiveness of the EU innovation industry. One of the important pillars in the interdisciplinary approach of iNTeg-Risk project is the involvement of social aspects and corporate responsibility throughout the whole life cycle of new technologies covered by the project.
    In this workshop, we would like to bridge the gap between different CSR-relevant groups, who might already work according to CSR-related concepts, but are not in-line with other units; like differences in comprehension and application of CSR-concepts among engineers and businessmen.
    As the target group for this workshop is, apart from invited externals, the project consortium itself with persons mostly having technical background, this event (and the iNTeg-Risk project itself) is a one of the kind opportunity to address an interested and dedicated group of persons (engineers), whose work within the project can be considered as a test bed for CSR concepts and approaches, which will find their application within the project and its results. Main expected benefits for the participants are:
    • Learning from application of sustainability concepts in other sectors (engineering vs. business/financial).
    • Get in touch with experienced global players in sustainability reporting in order to elaborate appropriate concepts for New Technologies and its related emerging risks.
    Foreseen participants for this workshop are project members and CSR/Sustainability responsible persons of companies and public authorities.

    June 17, 2010
    III.1 Workshop: Concepts and Applications of Key Performance Indicators for New Technologies

    Workshop organizers

    Y. Dien & C. Duval, Electricité de France, France
    M. Hailwood, Landesanstalt für Umwelt, Messungen und Naturschutz Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Chair of the OECD Working Group on Chemical Accidents
    A. Jovanovic, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany
    G. Kuhn, BASF, Germany
    K.-J. Niemitz, Clariant Produkte GmbH, Germany / EPSC, UK
    R. Schneider, Swiss Re, Switzerland
    L.G.A. van Wijk, EC - JRC IPSC Major Accident Hazards

    Contact & Organization

    R. Kokejl, University of Stuttgart, Germany
    M. Löscher, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany
    A. Veres, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies, Germany

    About the workshop

    The workshop will address the issue of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as used, or planned to be used in iNTeg-Risk Project (www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu). In the project KPIs are one of the four main cornerstones of the methodology for assessing and managing emerging risks linked to New Technologies (the other three being the IRGC Framework, UML and Basel-II-like procedure for assessing the risks). In particular, the application of KPIs for the 17 ERRAs of iNTeg-Risk (ERRAs – Emerging Risks Representative Applications) is supposed to be looked at in more detail. This should be the case both for the ERRA-specific KPIs and for the KPIs used to compare ERRAs and single risk issues within each of them.
    Main concepts developed by organizations like OECD, HSE/HSL, CCPS or VCI will be discussed in the first part of the workshop. Application of these and other concepts is foreseen to be tackled in the second and third part of the workshop, where also the practical aspects of these applications, including tools and the practical view from the industry on the use of indicators will be presented and discussed.
    Main expected benefits for the participants are:
    • Introduction to the KPI concepts, by their developers
    • Presentation of examples of application, both within iNTeg-Risk and outside iNTeg-Risk
    • Exchange of experiences in using KPIs both within iNTeg-Risk and in other projects/activities
    Expected participants to this course are plant engineers, managers and risk experts.
    June 17, 2010
    III.2 Course: Nanosmile - Communicating risks related to nanotechnologies

    Course Committee

    Y. Sicard, Alternative & Atomic Energies Commissary, France
    S. Jovanovic, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany

    Contact & Organization

    N. Ghavami, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH, Germany
    R. Kokejl, University of Stuttgart, Germany

    About the course

    The Nanosmile website www.nanosmile.org , developed in parallel of FP6 NanoSafe 2 has been available full web since June, 2008. Initially implemented as an e-learning support available internally at the Atomic Energy Commissary, Nanosmile has been gradually opened to the public at large. This website is now specifically dedicated to support:
    1. Professional training sessions in order to guarantee adoption of best practices,
    2. Institutional education program in order to make students aware to emerging risks,
    3. Public information dissemination in order to structure societal dialogue.
    FP7 NanEX, NanoHouse and NanoCode projects will feed Nanosmile content and structure during 2010-13 periods. iNTeg-Risk T4.10.7 will closely connect the Nanosmile website to the iNTeg-Risk One-Stop-Shop in different possible implementations.
    This course proposes a Nanosmile concept and feedback presentation. Three different modules  nanotraining, nanoeducation and nanodialogue will be structured as follows:
    1. Presentation: initial goals, implementation phase, feedback experience
    2. Generic methodological questions: discussion on the basis of IRGC, EMRF framework
    3. Specific content questions: answers will be supported by a detailed website visit     
    June 16, 2010
    2nd iNTeg-Risk General Assembly

    Stuttgart, Haus der Wirtschaft, König-Karl-Halle

    June 15, 2010
    Dinner of 2nd iNTeg-Risk Conference
    Dinner of 2nd iNTeg-Risk Conference
    June 15, 2010
    2nd iNTeg-Risk IAB meeting

    Stuttgart, Haus der Wirtschaft, Turm A (reserved but tentative!)

    June 15, 2010
    Poster Sessions
    II.2 Poster Session
    June 15 - 16, 2010
    2nd iNTeg-Risk Conference: New Technologies & Emerging Risk - Main Conference

    2nd iNTeg-Risk Conference 2010:
    New Technologies & Emerging Risk

    Annual Topic: Dealing with multiple and
    interconnected emerging risks

    June 14-18, 2010, Stuttgart

    Haus der Wirtschaft
    Willi-Bleicher-Strasse 19
    70174 Stuttgart, Germany
    http://www.hausderwirtschaft.de


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    Program

    I.    Pre-conference Courses & Workshops
    June 14, 2010
    • I.1 Course: Principles of IRGC Framework
    • I.2 Course: Life Cycle Assessment
    • I.3 Course: Life management, maintenance and aging (OSHA)
    • I.4 Course: Use of semantic technology (web text-mining) to generate early warning information for risk management
    II.  Main Conference
    June 15-16, 2010

    The Main Conference will be organized as a “single track” event focusing onto major contribution from the main stakeholders (industry partners, SMEs, EU, government and regulatory bodies). A special poster session will take place on June 15, 2010.

    III. Post-Conference Courses and Workshops
    June 17-18, 2010
    • III.1 Workshop: Concept and Application of Key Performance Indicators for New Technologies
    • III.2 Course: Nanosmile - Communicating risks related to nanotechnologies
    • III.3 Workshop: Emerging risks and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
    • III.4 Workshop: China-Europe partnership in the area of emerging risks
    • III.5 Workshop: ERRA-Integration Delphi-Workshop
    NOTE: Courses are intended for groups of 12-20 people, with 1 or 2 main “teachers” leading discussions at the end. The workshops are intended for groups of 15-80 people with presentations from different authors and collegial discussions leading to better clarified and/or consolidated positions. The workshop coordinators may but need not necessarily be the chairpersons and moderators.

    IV.  Accompanying events

    June 14-18, 2010


    • Project meetings for single project activities (e.g. Workpackage and Task meetings)
      June 14-18, 2010
    • Conference Exhibition
      June 15, 2010
    • International Advisory Board (IAB) Meeting
      June 15, 2010
    • Project General Assembly (GA)
      June 16, 2010


    Further details, e.g. fees you can find on the leaflet: http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=2411


    Registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=248



    June 14, 2010
    Task Meeting for related tasks 2.3.8 and 2.4.8 and 2.5.3
    The Meeting should me multi-focused and cover several tasks.
    June 14, 2010
    Workshop on Handbook of Recommended Practises

    Workshop on Handbook of Recommended Practises

    June 14, 2010
    Stuttgart, Haus der Wirtschaft, Willi-Bleicher-Strasse 19


    Participation of all Task Leaders in WP2.5 is mandatory!

    Agenda (Final version - 11/06/2010)


    17.30       Start Meeting – Welcome (E. Salzano)

    17.40       General Template structure (R. Rota)

    17.50       Discussion

    18.00       Detailed contents of Chapter 3 “Emerging Risk Assessment procedure” + Discussion (L. De Prisco)

    18.10       Detailed contents of Chapter 4 “Uncertainties in the assessment of emerging risks” + Discussion (A. Dutfoy)

    18.20       Detailed contents of Chapter 5 “Data mining for emerging risk assessment” + Discussion (M. Nelke)

    18.30       Detailed contents of Chapter 6 “NaTech, common and systemic factors” + Discussion (M. Reimeringer)

    18.40       Detailed contents of Chapter 7 “Human factor” + Discussion (Y. Dien)

    18.50       Detailed contents of Chapter 8 “Environmental impact and sustainability assessment” + Discussion (M. Gerbec)

    19.00       Final approval of the Template


    June 14, 2010
    I.3 Course: Life management, maintenance and aging (OSHA)

    Course Committee

    D. Balos, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH, Germany
    J. M. Bareiß, EnBW Kraftwerke AG, Germany
    A. Jovanovic, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management EEIG, Germany
    R. Klaas / M. Schenk, DEKRA Industrial GmbH, Germany
    Gy. Lenkey, Bay Zoltán Foundation for Applied Research, Hungary
    K. Maile, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany
    M. Renner, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Germany

    Contact & Organization

    N. Ghavami, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH, Germany
    A. Veres, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH, Germany

    About the course

    The course is aimed to provide an opportunity to explore the risk in day-to-day operation of industrial plants, power and petrochemical plants in particular. In the daily practice risk appears on two main levels:
    1. As a part of a safety, reliability and availability problems (e.g. the components failing die to aging or other problems) and
    2. As an opportunity to optimize management of the plants focussing on critical issues and saving resources in non-critical areas.
    When dealing with both issues, much of the practice is already well defined and even covered by normative documents, regulation, standards or agreed guidelines. But new risks, unaccounted for in these documents, appear.
    1. Extending the plant life beyond the design limits
    2. Changing operation patterns
    3. Introducing new technologies when refurbishing old plants
    appear regularly as sources of new risks and "surprises" for virtually all stakeholders – not only operators, but also regulators, inspectors, consultants.
    The course will address these issues for the two abovementioned type of plants (power and petro-chemical) and look at the risks related to:
    • Material lifetime assessment & Component inspection
    • Component/Plant maintenance & Asset management
    Issues specific for iNTeg-Risk, such as
    • Integrated management of risks, also by means of integrated tools,
    • Identification and treatment of emerging risks and 
    • Use of KPIs (Key Performance Indicators)
    will be tackled in the context of performance-oriented and efficient operation. The target audience are primarily engineers and all other professionals involved and/or interested in safe and reliable operation of industrial plants.

    June 14, 2010
    I.4 Course: Use of semantic technology (web text-mining) to generate early warning information for risk management

    Course Committee

    M. Embrechts, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States
    L. Keller, Blue Ocean-SWS, Switzerland
    R. Schneider, Swiss Reinsurance Company, Switzerland

    Contact & Organization

    R. Kokejl, University of Stuttgart, Germany
    M. Löscher, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany

    About the course

    Emerging Risk Managements relies very much on early warning information.
    The internet gives a real-time access to almost infinite sources of information – semantic web technology offers the framework to build efficient and effective solutions to generate automatically highly relevant information for dedicated knowledge needs.
    This course will give an overview about the technologies (and the providers) that fit early warning needs in risk management.
    We will give an introduction to the concepts of semantic web technologies and semantic intelligences, and we will show running solutions in the sectors of nano-technologies, alternative energy, pharma product risks, and others.
    Main benefits for the participants of this course are:
    • Deep insight into the value of different web sources from a risk management perspective (scientific, stakeholder, government, databases, consumer generated contents).
    • An overview of the potentials of semantic web technologies and semantic intelligence solutions and the major providers in the market.
    • An introduction how to use these technologies and sources for emerging risk management purposes practically (2 professional examples used by re-insurances).
    Target participants of this workshop are project managers, Innovation- and Knowledge- Managers, governmental experts and scientific representatives.
    June 14, 2010
    I.1 Course: Principles of IRGC Framework - Applying IRGC’s framework to emerging risks covered in iNTeg-Risk

    Course Committee

    M.-V. Florin, International Risk Governance Council, Switzerland
    A. Jovanovic, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany
    O. Renn, University of Stuttgart, Germany

    Contact & Organization

    R. Kokejl, University of Stuttgart, Germany
    M. Löscher, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management, Germany

    About the course

    One of the challenges in the FP7 project iNTeg-Risk (Early recognition, monitoring and integrated management of emerging, new technology related risks; www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu) is the development of the Emerging Risks Management Framework (ERMF). To elaborate such a framework, which should be broadly applicable and extend to a large number of new technologies tackled by the project, it is important to have a good starting point and a basis that may serve as guidance and give orientation for further scientific work. In iNTeg-Risk, the framework developed by the International Risk Governance Council (IRGC) was selected as one of the cornerstones of the project. When starting the project, IRGC’s framework with its phases pre-assessment, appraisal, characterization/evaluation, management and communication was considered worthy of being elaborated and adjusted to the needs of new technologies and emerging risks during the project.
    In 2009, IRGC developed and illustrated the concept of “risk governance deficits” as deficiencies or failures in the way risks are assessed, managed or communicated, with a view to suggesting possible remediation and improvements in the global risk governance process. This approach was deliberately pursued with a view to establishing a concrete link between the framework and emerging risks.
    This course will give a first outlook on what has been done in the first year of the iNTeg-Risk project with respect to the above mentioned and may identify additional needs and correctives to be implemented. With the close collaboration of the project management and IRGC representatives in organization of this course, it will be a great opportunity not only for project members, but also for externals, to work closely together with persons from the core group of framework developers on concepts needed for successful future risk management. The first results of the work related to the application of the framework in the iNTeg-Risk project will be discussed, too.
    Participants in the course will benefit from:
    • An introduction to the IRGC risk governance framework and deficits, by their developers
    • A presentation of examples of promising application of the framework
    • An exchange of experiences in adjustment of the framework to the needs of emerging risks
    The target audience for this course consists of risk experts of varied backgrounds (from engineering to social science) from both companies and public authorities.
    June 14, 2010
    I.2 Course: Life Cycle Assessment - How to perform LCA for New Technologies?

    Course  Committee

    L. Breedveld, 2B Consulenza Ambientale, Italy
    H. Florin, PE International, Germany

    Contact & Organization

    N. Ghavami, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH, Germany
    A. Veres, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH, Germany

    About the course

    Life Cycle Assessment is an instrument used for evaluation of potential environmental impacts of products or services throughout its entire life cycle. In this course, LCA experts will explain the basic concepts of LCA and present the leading software tools supporting this assessment. The major focus will be on life cycle analysis for New Technologies and their associated Emerging Risks. How to adjust “traditional” LCA methods and tools to make them applicable for New Technologies and how to deal with the obvious difficulties like uncertainties and lack of knowledge of their life cycle are main questions the course will attempt to answer. The course will be organized in close collaboration with developers and resellers of two market leading software tools (GaBi and SimaPro). Main expected benefits for the participants of this course are:
    • General introduction to methods and tools of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA).
    • Learn about incorporation of life cycle concepts (methods and tools) in the field of emerging risks.
    Expected participants of this course are project members, Risk Analysis experts and LCA experts from companies and public authorities.

    June 8, 2010
    SP2 management
    Please dial the following numbers: - If you call from the outside of France: 0033 1 53 94 54 80 - if you call from France: 01 53 94 54 80
    May 21, 2010
    Preparation of Delphi Workshop (June 18, 2010)

    About the workshop

    The event is embedded in T1.6.7 as part of the integration of ERRA activities. As a whole WP 1.6 aims at integrating the results of individual ERRAs and topics and ensure consensus of the majority of partners and stakeholder groups involved in the subproject.

    Task objectives are to identify consensus and consensus on dissent on risk assessment of dealing with INTeg-Risk related emerging risks and elicit cross-cutting risk assessment issues covering all ERRA cases. The task results will provide essential inputs for upcoming project tasks such as ERMF, KPIs, One-Stop-Shop. The Delphi group workshop method will be used to reach these goals.

    The Delphi method is a systematic, interactive forecasting method which relies on a panel of independent experts. The carefully selected experts answer questionnaires in two or more rounds. After each round, a facilitator provides an anonymous summary of the experts’ forecasts from the previous round as well as the reasons they provided for their judgments. Thus, experts are encouraged to revise their earlier answers in light of the replies of other members of their panel. It is believed that during this process the range of the answers will decrease and the group will converge towards the "correct" answer.

    May 20, 2010
    Working meeting (T2.1.3)
    ERRAs inputs, the analysis of these inputs, the PDD... on the basis of your presentation of the structure of the survey.
    May 20, 2010
    Brokerage event during 5th ETPIS General Assembly, 20 May 2010 in Prague

    Brokerage Event during the 5th ETPIS General Assembly (GA)

    May 20, 2010


    Venue: Park Inn Prague
    Svobodova 1, 12800 Prague, Czech Republic
    Phone +420 225 995 225, Fax +420 225 995 111, Email: info.prague@rezidorparkinn.com

    www.rezidorparkinn.com


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     Information for the General Assembly are available here:
    - Agenda
    - Hotel Registration Form (special discount until 19/04/2010)
    - Project idea form (for the brokerage event on May 20th, please send your contribution by May 7th, 2010).


    If you want to present a poster during the coffee and lunch breaks, please submit  the information on your communication using the "project idea form" and send it by May 7th, 2010 to info@industrialsafety-tp.org.

    A registration fee of 95 € for the brokerage event only is required to cover costs related to the organization of the event (venue, catering…).
    In addition, the annual fee for participation in ETPIS activities (200 €) will be collected for year 2010.
    By registering to the event you accept the conditions specified above.

     

    Online registration is available until May 7th, 2010. After your registration, you will receive an invoice to be paid by bank transfer.

    May 17 - 21, 2010
    ESPRiT On-the-job training short stay - NIS a.d Refinery Novi Sad
    ESPRiT On-the-job training short stay - NIS a.d Refinery Novi Sad, hosted by Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies in NIS a.d.
    April 30, 2010
    KoM of T1.3.1 (ERRA B1)
    Kick-off Meeting of T1.3.1 (ERRA B1)
    on Friday, April 30, 2010
    9:00-13:00

    at TÜV-Süd premises
    in Munich, Germany
    April 21, 2010
    Additional contributions to SP4
    Additional contributions to SP4
    Physical Meeting,
    taking place in Stuttgart April 21, 2010
    at 10:00-16:30 CET

    on Steinbeis premises

    Room K7
    Kienestrasse 35
    70174 Stuttgart, Germany
    April 1, 2010
    KoM of T2.6.4
    Kick-off Meeting of T2.6.4
    as a Teleconference
    March 23, 2010
    T.2.1.1 Progress Meeting
    Progress meeting of Task 2.1.1
    March 16, 2010
    T2.5.1 Kick Off Meeting

    Kick Off Meeting of T2.5.1

    Agenda of the meeting:

    1) Discussion on tasks interactions especially with T2.5.7
    2) Organization of work and attribution of responsibilities for the first milestone
    3) Definition of action list for the task
    4) AOB

     

    March 12, 2010
    7th Executive Board Meeting

    PROPOSED AGENDA:

    1. Comments from the 1st Review Meeting EU (Feb. 5, 2010)
      Debriefing (see our minutes, the report from the Commission is still not available)
    2. SP1 Major issues:
      • Technical deliverables: very different across ERRAs - from very good to none
      • Risk-related outputs: few or none in virtually all ERRAs, so far
      • Few or no cross-ERRA collaboration so far (Conference?)
      • Poor or no use of the template (who should "enforce" its use?) No possibility for comparison
      • Due to a-d FEW/NO INTEGRATION on the level of ERRAs
      • "Silent ERRAs"
      • GOOD NEWS: Several "flagship" ERRAs
      • GOOD NEWS: All ERRAs (finally!) activated
    3. SP2 Major issues:
      • Few or no requests for new methods from SP1
      • Lack of real innovation in SP2 results available so far (some even below the state of-the-art)
      • Lack of proactive attitude of SP2 partners towards SP1 ERRAs - except for "own ERRAs"
      • Guidelines - tendency of providing "science in the place of practice"
      • KPIs - tendency to provide the old ones (not emerging risk related), no/few examples
      • GOOD NEWS: Surveys, surveys... Partners must understand that it is their obligation to respond
      • GOOD NEWS: Paradigm / Framework
      • GOOD NEWS: "Basel II" >> "Solvency II"
    4. SP4 Major issues:
      • Obtaining/providing contents - people => SENTINELS   
      • Obtaining/providing contents - companies => ENISFER   
      • Obtaining/providing contents - tools/competences => 1-stop-shop   
      • Obtaining/providing contents - ERIs => Risk Atlas   
      • Obtaining/providing contents - Documents => Safetypedia   
      • Obtaining/providing contents - background GIS data => embedding ERs into "conventional risks"  
      • GOOD NEWS: Prototype available ahead of the schedule >> A real "factor of integration"
      • GOOD NEWS: INSPIRE
    5. SP5 Major issues
      • All deliverables (formally) delivered - acceptance procedure not really followed yet
      • Overspending: Many partners at the level of 70-80% of cost – no control of results possible!  
      • Conference June 2010: Many partners NOT participating
      • "Part-time participation" at the meeting
      • Partners withdrawn: no "in-between" solutions; it must be clear what remains to be done and how
      • GOOD NEWS: We are well in control of all events in the project!
      • GOOD NEWS: Everything except all "issues" above is OK 
    6. Decisions:
      • Remind partners about their contractual obligations to
        • provide data
        • follow the work plan
        • collabor. with each other (cf. "part-time participation" at meetings and participate at Conf!)
        • No "replacement" partners can be accepted before the procedure with leaving is finished
        • The "restrictive cost recognition" policy to be implemented by the PCO  ("precautionary principle in payments of iNTeg-Risk")
    7. AOB
    March 11, 2010
    Kick-Off Meeting T167
    T167 forsees to carry out a Delphi Workshop with all ERRA task leaders on June 18, 2010. The Kick-Off meeting will outline and discuss the action list and division of labour with task partners.

    Main steps towards task implementation are (ACTIONS LIST PROPOSAL):
    - elaboration of Delphi questionnaire (April)
    - comments of questionnaire by partners) (May)
    - Delphi workshop implementation (June)
    - analysis of outcomes as task report (July/August)
    - elaboration of Delphi web tool (including workshop documentation) (April-August)

    Participants:
    -
    March 10 - 12, 2010
    "Emerging Risks in Industrial Facilities" (ERRA meeting in Ispra)

    "Emerging Risks in Industrial Facilities: Representative applications and insights from the iNTeg-Risk project" meeting

    on March 10-12, 2010
    in Ispra, Italy


    On March 10-12, 2010 a 3 day event will be organized by EU-VRi and kindly hosted by the European Commision Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra, Italy.

    The meeting has the main topic of "Emerging Risks in Industrial Facilities: Representative applications and insights from the iNTeg-Risk project" and will centred on the discussion of the first technical results from ERRAs, as well as on integration workshops and liasoning of SP1 and SP2.


    The following points are representing the tentative agenda:

    • Overview and discussion about the the status of SP1, SP2
    • Review of templates and CEN WA plans; Overview and discussion about SP4
    • Presentation and discussion about ERRA group A, B, C and D
    • Drawing conclusions from the previous discussion
    • Introduction of the ERRA survey results
    • Listing critical information
    • ERRA integration workshop
    • iNTeg-Risk Executive Board meeting

    Participation to the meeting is mandatory for all ERRA, Sub-Project and Workpackage Leaders of SP1, for Sub-Project Leaders of SP2 and for the members of the Executive Board. ERRA participants, Workpackage and Task Leaders of SP2 are also welcome.



    Organization of the ERRA meeting:


    March 8, 2010
    WP1.3 preparation for the ERRA meeting in Ispra
    WP1.3 preparation for the ERRA meeting in Ispra
    Purpose of this teleconference is to update the ERRA leaders on the planning of the meeting and to discuss expected content of the single presentations.

    Agenda
    1. Review of the Agenda for the Ispra meeting
    2. Discussion on single presentations (assessment criteria, technical work)
    3. Task dashboards
    4. AOB

    Please find the dial-in numbers uploaded to the event dashboard below. The pin-code for accessing the telecon is 912005.
    March 5, 2010
    Preparation for the ERRA meeting in ISPRA

    We have been given a slot at the meeting and can give a presentation of out achievements. We need to decide what to present and how.

    BR

    Mikael

    March 5, 2010
    T1.2.4 internal meeting
    Preparation to the ERRA Meeting in Ispra.
    March 4, 2010
    C3 working meeting. On-line risk monitoring system plan discussion

    List of participants:

    Last Name

    First Name

    Company

    Country

    1.   

     

    Lenkey

    B. Gyöngyvér

    BZF

    HUN

    2.   

     

    Rózsahegyi

    Péter

    BZF

    HUN

    3.   

     

    Bodnár

    Emese

    BZF

    HUN

    4.   

     

    Fótos

    Réka

    BZF

    HUN

    5.   

     

    Somogyvári

    Rudolf

    MOL

    HUN

    6.   

     

    Sebestyén

    Mihály

    MOL

    HUN

    7.   

     

    Mátyási

    EDE

    MOL

    HUN

    8.   

     

    Ilinyi

    János

    MOL

    HUN

    Objects:

    On-line risk monitoring system adaptation possebilities (software and hardware) at HDS Unit

    March 3, 2010
    T2.5.1 and T2.5.7 coordination
    T2.5.1 and T2.5.7 coordination for Template definition
    March 3, 2010
    Meeting dedicated to ERRA B1 with TÜV Süd

    Agenda

    1. Review of status ERRA B1
    2. Discussion on options and alternatives
    3. Decision TÜV Süd (Leadership?)
    4. Planning of further actions
      • mid-term (end of 2010)
      • March 10-12
      • Conference in June 2010
      • "software" / exploit
    5. AOB
    March 2, 2010
    ERRA C5 Meeting: coordination team and JRC in Stuttgart

    Agenda (see brief minutes included)

    1. ARIPAR
      The participants decided to ask for a formal confirmation from JRC that ARIPAR can be used within iNTeg-Risk project. Addionally some calculated examples should be given as data input to the project. Sergio Contini was contacted during the meeting. An agreement was reached between Sasa and Sergio regarding the demo use of ARIPAR at the March workshop in Ispra, along with its outputs into the Risk Atlas. Lorenzo updated Sasa on the status of the possibility of providing coordinates of Seveso plants to iNTeg-Risk explaining that Michalis will soon provide the document containing those Memebr States that have this information open to the public.
    2. Status in ERRA C5 and relations to other tasks in SP1 and SP2
      The participants reviewed the status of ERRA C5 and clarified the interconnections to other project activities. Ana Lisa will contact vfdb and FTN regarding their new proposals for ERRA C5. Lorenzo updated the group on the confidentiality agreement between JRC and Iberdrola for the blackout data and Micha will also prepare a confidentiality agreement between EU-VRi and Iberdrola for data exchange. Sasa expressed his appreciation that JRC has also taken on board members from Petten. JRC provided data and their sources to the coordination team so that a first simulation demo can be prepared for the workshop in Ispra next week. Sasa welcomed the JRC contribution to the indicator database and highlighted that all sources and ownerships will be acknowledged. Ana Lisa explained that she will discuss this matter with her colleagues in Petten and that the JRC would contribute soon to the database.
    3. Status in T2.2.6
      The participants reviewed the status of T2.2.6 and decided to strenghten the collaboration with the INSPIRE group. Lorenzo will update the action list on th task dashboard accordingly.Sasa informed JRC of the ESA's offer to use their data. As JRC is WP leader of 2.2, it would be an opportunity to take stock of this data for the Risk Atlas.
    4. Preparation for the Ispra meeting
      The participants reviewed the agenda of the meeting in Ispra on March 10-12, 2010. It was decided to start later (at least on the first day) so that the participants will be able to attend in time. Andras will update the agenda for the ERRA C5 presentation.
    5. AOB
      No further discussions took place due to a meeting that Sasa had to attend at 3 pm. 
    March 2, 2010
    13th Telefonconference
    Telefonphoneconference
    March 1, 2010
    Meeting with Eva Lenart - iNTeg Risk Conference
    time not confirmed yet
    March 1, 2010
    WP1.2 ERRA Meeting
    WP1.2 ERRA Meeting

    "Towards the end of the SP1:
    state of advancement of  technological - related ERRAs"


    Draft Agenda

    09.30 Introduction (Rota and/or Derudi)
    09.45 T1.2.1 presentation (Lisbona)
    10.15 Discussion on T1.2.1 presentation and results
    10.30 T1.2.2 presentation (Schneider and/or Balos)
    11.00 Discussion on T1.2.2 presentation and results
    11.15 T1.2.3 presentation (Lana and/or Zarea)
    11.45 Discussion on T1.2.3 presentation and results
    12.00 T1.2.4 presentation (Uguccioni and/or Benucci)
    12.15 Discussion on T1.2.4 presentation and results
    12.30 T1.2.5 presentation (Ingason and/or Wietek)
    13.00 Discussion on T1.2.5 presentation and results
    13.15 T1.2.6: final considerations and coordination (Cozzani and/or Tugnoli)

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    February 26, 2010
    UML of risk
    Hi

    We will do a followup on the powerstation and Hazop.

    BR

    Mikael
    February 22, 2010
    KoM of T2.5.6

    T2.5.6 Kick-Off Meeting

    as a Teleconference


     

     

    Draft Agenda

     

     

    1.       Discussion on current description

    2.       Understanding what shall be done in the scope of T2.5.6 (as presented at WP 2.5 KoM)

    3.       Deadlines

    4.       AOB

    February 22, 2010
    Task Group Teleconference

    Aim of meeting:
    To describe briefly the progress of work done by each Task member and to agree in next steps to follow in order to fulfil the works required by the project.

    AGENDA
    1.- Introduction and confirmation of Agenda.

    2.- Update on the situation of HG Geo Data Solution and Mavionics.

    3.- Progress report on activities
        - Slides for the ERRA Teleconference (W.P. 1.2) on 1st March.

    4.- Physical meeting, Paris, France
        - Arranged by GDF SUEZ: 25th March 2010, 14:00 to 26th March 2010, 12:30.

    5.- Any other business.

    February 19, 2010
    Meeting with SwissRe

    Agenda

    10:30

    Introduction and Welcome

    Short presentation of Steinbeis Advanced Risk-Technologies

    (A. Jovanovic, D. Balos)

    10:45

    Presentation of VULPET

    (Swiss Re)

    11:30

    Possible links to iNTeg-Risk SP4

    (A. Jovanovic, D. Balos)

    12:00

    Discussion

    12:30

    Lunch Break

    14:00

    Planning of the work and possible further development/integration of VULPET in iNTeg-Risk



    Location: HdW Turm A
    February 19, 2010
    Discussion UML power grid model
    Telecon with Mikael, Espen and Lorenzo
    February 12, 2010
    C3 working meeting. On-line monitoring system plan.

    List of participants:

    Last Name

    First Name

    Company

    Country

    1.   

     

    Lenkeyné

    B. Gyöngyvér

    BZF

    HUN

    2.   

     

    Rózsahegyi

    Péter

    BZF

    HUN

    3.   

     

    Bodnár

    Emese

    BZF

    HUN

    4.   

     

    Fótos

    Réka

    BZF

    HUN

    Objects:

    Completion of ERI and KPI lists.

    On-line monitoring system plan (flow-chart) completion.

     

    Results

    ERI and KPI list

    2nd draft of system plan

    February 11, 2010
    T2.5.5 KOM

    T 2.5.5 Kick-Off Meeting

     

    Date : 02/11/10

     

    Purpose: Draft Agenda V1

     

     

    1.       Approval of the draft Agenda

    2.       Initial observations from each participant: introduction and expectation(s) regarding T 2.5.5

    3.       Scope of T 2.5.5

    -         Understanding of the DoW

    -         Amendment(s) to the DoW needed?

    4.       “Table of Contents” of D 2.5.5

    -         Definition of issues to tackle

    -         Boundaries and links between issues

    5.       Work sharing, definition of responsibilities

    6.       Action plan: time schedule for T 2.5.5

    7.       AOB

    February 11, 2010
    C3 working meeting. Completion of State of art report.

    List of participants:

    Last Name

    First Name

    Company

    Country

    1.   

     

    Lenkeyné

    B. Gyöngyvér

    BZF

    HUN

    2.   

     

    Rózsahegyi

    Péter

    BZF

    HUN

    3.   

     

    Bodnár

    Emese

    BZF

    HUN

    4.   

     

    Fótos

    Réka

    BZF

    HUN

    Objects:

    Checking and completing the Method templates.

    Completing the state of art report Method parts.

     

    Results

    Report. Title: State-of-art review about available method and tools for on-line risk monitoring

    February 10, 2010
    C3 working meeting. Exist information systems used in HDS Unit

    List of participants:

    Last Name

    First Name

    Company

    Country

    1.   

     

    Rózsahegyi

    Péter

    BZF

    HUN

    2.   

     

    Bodnár

    Emese

    BZF

    HUN

    3.   

     

    Fótos

    Réka

    BZF

    HUN

    4.   

     

    Somogyvári

    Rudolf

    MOL

    HUN

    5.   

     

    Sebestyén

    Mihály

    MOL

    HUN

    Objects:

    Discussion about the risk management and information systems used at MOL HDS UNITS.

    Data gathering of input and output parameters of the following systems used at MOL:

    ·         SAP

    ·         DACAR

    ·         PI

    ·         SEMAFOR

    ·         MOC

    ·         Vibration diagnostic system

     

    Results

    List of the input and output (possible KPIs) parameters.

    February 5, 2010
    Annual Review Meeting iNTeg-Risk

    Annual Review Meeting

    on February 5 , 2010 at 9:00-17:00
    room 9E, SDME building, square de Meeûs, 8,
    at European Commission, Brussels
    Grant Agreement No.: 213345
    Project: Early Recognition, Monitoring, and Integrated Management of Emerging, New Technology related Risks (iNTeg-Risk)
    Invited: 
    All SP and WP Leaders of active Sub-Projects and Workpackages in year 1.

    DRAFT Agenda


    10:00 – 10:15

    Introduction


    1.    Welcome of the participants (5 min)

    2.    Review of the:

    -       Overall objectives of the project

    -       Role of each partner

            (10 min)

    10:15 – 12:30

    Technical Review


    1.    Review of the work done to date with comparison to the original description of work, milestones and deliverables

    • SP1 - 40 min

    • SP2 - 30 min

    • SP4 - 20 min

    • SP5 - 20 min

    (2 hours)

    2.    Summary of the main achievements to date and results

    (15 min)

    12:30 – 13:30

    Break

    13:30 – 14:00

    Plan for using/disseminating knowledge


    Implementation of results:

    -       Actions undertaken to date

    -       Market situation/prospects/policy framework

    -       Exploitation/dissemination/valorisation actions

    -       Management of knowledge/IPR

    -       Technology implementation plan

    14:00 – 14:30

    Management aspects


    Management of the project:

    -       Collaboration and interaction

    -       Administrative and financial aspects with comparison of
      financial resources versus original planning

    14:30 – 15:00

    Description of Work review implementation plan next period (not for final review)


    Proposal for the next period:

    -       Detailed description of work for next period / modification if
      applicable

    15:00 – 15:30

    Conclusions


    Discussion:

    -       Quality assessment

    -       Recommendations

    -       Reporting


    February 4, 2010
    Task Group Meeting. Progress
    Aim of meeting:
    To describe briefly the progress of work done by each Task member and to agree in next steps to follow in order to fulfil the works required by the project.

    AGENDA
    1.- Introduction and confirmation of Agenda.

    2.- Report on general affairs of iNTeg-Risk project:
        2.1.- Year 1 report.
        2.2.- Request from Coordinator to supply inputs to SP2 and SP4.

    3.- Situation of HG Geo Data Solution and Mavionics.

    4.- Short progress report:
        4.1.- Image recognition task.
        4.2.- Other tasks.

    5.- How to include work done in project deliverable template:
        - Proposals, ideas, need for a physical meeting, ...

    6.- Work Package 1.2 Teleconference on 1st March 2010:
        - Need to report task progress: 2 or 3 slides by partner needed.

    7.- Any other business.

    8.- Date next teleconference: 22nd February 2010, 9:00 to 12:00.
    February 2, 2010
    KoM of T2.5.7
    The main goals of task T2.5.7, which are required to assure a proper coordination and quality assurance of WP2.5, will be: 1. to define a proper template (also at a conceptual level) for the Handbook of recommended practices for emerging risks; 2. to organize periodical workshops.

    During the KoM that will be held on


    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd 2010


    the activities required for achieving these results will be discussed and defined.



    Draft Agenda

    1. Introduction by POLIMI: Task goals and deliverables
    2. Introduction by EU-VRI: Task goals and deliverables
    3. General discussion
    4. Definition of periodic workshop schedule
    5. Definition of the road map for template preparation
    6. Any other business
    February 2, 2010
    3rd Task Group meeting of T2.2.4

    Dear Partners,

     

    I hereby summons to a work meeting in task 2.2.4 UML of emerging risks.

    The purpose of the meeting is:

    -         Transfer knowledge about Hazop, loops, safeguards, graphical means of today for Hazop

    -         To discuss the Hazop methodology and possibilities to further model concepts of Hazop in UML.

    -         How to find practical use of UML-models.

    -         Coordination of task 2.2.4 with other parts of iNteg-Risk:        

            -     How much can we expect to get from the Erras to tasks in SP2

            -     Status of the paradigm, framework and vocabulary of WP2.1, T2.2.3 etc

            -     Coordination with task 1.3.4 in DoW “problem, function and flows will be described in UML”

            -     The possibility and expected outcome of using the UML like syntax on results from Erra C5

     

     

    BR

     

    Mikael Ström

    January 29, 2010
    ERRA C2 telecon SINTEF/Eni
    Slide 2
    The objectives of the meeting are to:
    a) Review the status of the ERRA C2 work
    b) Establish ERRA C2 plans for 2010
    c) Establish action plans for the next period
    January 26, 2010
    Kick-off meeting T4.10.2
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    January 25, 2010
    6th EB meeting as a teleconference: "Review of periodic report"

    Review of periodic report

    6th EB meeting as a teleconference


    DRAFT Agenda

    10:00-10:15

    Welcome and objectives of the meeting

    10:15-11:45

    Review of the technical periodic report (including 3-month short reporting)

    11:45-12:15

    Review of the financial reporting

    12:15-12:45

    Preparation of the annual review meeting on Feb. 5, 2010 (http://integrisk.eu-vri.eu/ma/DashboardEvent.aspx?cal=crm&eid=1756)

    12:45-13:00

    AOB


    January 22, 2010
    Kick-off Meeting of T2.4.4

    Kick-off Meeting of T2.4.4: Development of KPIs for policies, regulation and standardization

    Preliminary Agenda
    • Welcoming and introducing the partners
    • Review of DoW and the deliverables and their delivery dates
    • Defining responsibilities for the activities and coordination of work
    • Proposition of actions
    • Work planning

    Brief minutes of the meeting
    M. Löscher welcomed all participants and ask for short introduction of each participant.

    The participants reviewed the DoW for T2.4.4 and defined some contributions that are reflected on the action list on the task dashboard (see http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/ma/DashboardTask.aspx?aid=465#Action%20List).

    In addition D. Balos (WPL of WP2.4) asked if it would be possible for DNV help making the results of T2.4.4 (and WP2.4) "compatible" with ISRS checklists available.
    B. Chin said that this would be very interesting as it could be an aggregation of the origin approach for policies and regulation.

    M. Löscher asked the participants to consider contributing to the KPI workshop planned for June 2010 in Stuttgart. He will send the draft concept by e-mail.

    M. Löscher closed the meeting.


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    January 22, 2010
    Kick-off Meeting of T4.10.3

    Kick-off Meeting of T4.10.3: Specialist courses for engineers - Risk Assessor, Underwriter

    Agenda

    • Welcoming and introducing the partners
    • Review of DoW and the deliverables and their delivery dates
    • Possible activities in T4.10.3 & T4.10.5
    • Defining responsibilities for the activities and coordination of work
    • Proposition of actions
    • Work planning

    Minutes of the meeting

    M. Löscher welcomed the participants of today's meeting and presented the agenda.

    M. Löscher reviewed the objectives and the description given in the DoW for T4.10.3 and ask for comments and possible more detailed contribuitions from the participants.

    • O. Aneziris said that Demokritos will take part in the development of workshops and training courses.
    • V. Cozzani (on behalf of CONPRICI) said that UNIBO, UNIPI and CNR will contribute in particular by:
      • Development of courses/workshops/tutorials based on "LNG ERRA" results (UNIPI)
      • Development of courses/workshops/tutorials based on "NaTech ERRA" results (CNR)
      • Contribution and coordination of both activities (UNIBO)
    A. Jovanovic added that it would be important to get a clear view of the education concept in iNTeg-Risk project. He proposed to develop a catalogue in terms of education (for professionals and academics). As Steinbeis and the University of Stuttgart are currently working on an educational program, the TSL will provide the participants with a "common package" of training and education activities planned for this task by March/April 2010 (Action 1). This list of offered courses should then be completed by all companies working on this task (Action 2).

    M. Löscher added that the participants may also consider contributing to the courses and workshops planned in the conference week of the 2nd iNTeg-Risk Conference in June 2010 in Stuttgart (Action 3).

    M. Löscher closed the meeting by saying that he will add the three actions defined to the task dashboard of T4.10.3.

    Instructions

    Screensharing:

    In order to use the screen-sharing mode please follow this link:

    http://77.236.96.124:443

    and supply the access code: integrisk

    Please note: You can enter the screen-sharing only 5 min. before the telecon will start.


    Teleconference:

    In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number
    912005

    You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name. Numbers for Telecon:
    • Austria*°: 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)
    • Belgium°: 070 35 9945 (calls answered in English); 070 35 9994 (calls answered in Dutch); 070 35 9866 (calls answered in French)
    • France: 0821 230 749 (calls answered in French); 0821 230 748 (calls answered in English)
    • Germany: 01803 001 177 (calls answered in German); 01803 001 178 (calls answered in English);
      01570 248 8101 (mobile number)
    • Ireland°: 0818 270 007
    • Italy*°: 848 391 819 (calls answered in Italian); 848 390 166 (calls answered in English)
    • Netherlands°: 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch); 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English)
    • Poland*: 0801 003 533 (calls answered in Polish); 0801 003 543 (calls answered in English)
    • Spain: 902 881 200 (calls answered in Spanish); 902 885 318 (calls answered in English)
    • Sweden°: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English)
    • Switzerland: 0848 560 190 (calls answered in English); 0848 560 378 (calls answered in French);
      0848 560 347 (calls answered in German); 0848 560 385 (calls answered in Italian)
    • UK: 0844 580 0555
    • US: 1 712 432 2888
    SkypeOut: +44 844 580 0555

    If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 844 580 0555 / +49 1803 001 178 (calls charged at international rates).

    *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 844 580 0555 / +49 1803 001 178 (calls charged at international rates).

    °The dial-in numbers for these countries cannot be dialed internationally. Please continue to use +44 844 580 0555 / +49 1803 001 178 (calls charged at international rates).

    Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.
    January 22, 2010
    Kick-off Meeting of T4.10.5

    Kick-off Meeting of T4.10.5: On-the-job training schemes


    Preliminary Agenda

    • Welcoming and introducing the partners
    • Review of DoW and the deliverables and their delivery dates
    • Possible activities in T4.10.5
    • Defining responsibilities for the activities and coordination of work
    • Proposition of actions
    • Work planning

    Instructions

    Screensharing:

    In order to use the screen-sharing mode please follow this link:

    http://77.236.96.124:443

    and supply the access code: integrisk

    Please note: You can enter the screen-sharing only 5 min. before the telecon will start.


    Teleconference:

    In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number
    912005

    You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name. Numbers for Telecon:
    • Austria*°: 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)
    • Belgium°: 070 35 9945 (calls answered in English); 070 35 9994 (calls answered in Dutch); 070 35 9866 (calls answered in French)
    • France: 0821 230 749 (calls answered in French); 0821 230 748 (calls answered in English)
    • Germany: 01803 001 177 (calls answered in German); 01803 001 178 (calls answered in English);
      01570 248 8101 (mobile number)
    • Ireland°: 0818 270 007
    • Italy*°: 848 391 819 (calls answered in Italian); 848 390 166 (calls answered in English)
    • Netherlands°: 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch); 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English)
    • Poland*: 0801 003 533 (calls answered in Polish); 0801 003 543 (calls answered in English)
    • Spain: 902 881 200 (calls answered in Spanish); 902 885 318 (calls answered in English)
    • Sweden°: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English)
    • Switzerland: 0848 560 190 (calls answered in English); 0848 560 378 (calls answered in French);
      0848 560 347 (calls answered in German); 0848 560 385 (calls answered in Italian)
    • UK: 0844 580 0555
    • US: 1 712 432 2888
    SkypeOut: +44 844 580 0555

    If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 844 580 0555 / +49 1803 001 178 (calls charged at international rates).

    *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 844 580 0555 / +49 1803 001 178 (calls charged at international rates).

    °The dial-in numbers for these countries cannot be dialed internationally. Please continue to use +44 844 580 0555 / +49 1803 001 178 (calls charged at international rates).

    Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

    January 22, 2010
    Telecon on TOC of review report on IRGC Risk Governance Framework and CMMI/OECD/HSE/ECHA
    Instructions for teleconference:

    In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number

    912005

    You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name.

    Numbers for Telecon:

    • Austria*: 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)
    • Belgium: 070 35 9945 (calls answered in English)
    • France: 0821 230 749 (calls answered in French); 0821 230 748 (calls answered in English)
    • Germany: 01803 001 177 (calls answered in German); 01803 001 178 (calls answered in English); 01570 248 8101 (mobile number)
    • Ireland*: 0818 270 007
    • Italy*: 848 390 166 (calls answered in English); 848 391 819 (calls answered in Italian)
    • Netherlands: 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English); 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch)
    • Spain: 902 885 318 (calls answered in English); 902 881 200 (calls answered in Spanish)
    • Sweden: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English)
    • Switzerland: 0848 560 190 (calls answered in English)
    • UK: 0844 580 0555
    • US: 1 712 432 2888

    *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates). Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

    If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 844 580 0555 (calls charged at international rates).
    January 17 - 18, 2010
    Meeting with Swiss Re in Rüschlikon



    January 15, 2010
    Kick-Off Meeting of WP2.5
    Task leaders of WP2.5 are invited to the teleconference Kick-off Meeting of WP2.5.
    January 15, 2010
    Discussion about UML of Risk

    The purpose of the discussion is to:

    - Discuss coordination within WP 2.2
    - Results from short survey with other parts of the project regarding approach to Erras, T1.3.4 etc
    - Demonstrate results from the evaluation of tools
    - Conduct a brainstorming regarding the UML of Risk from the aspects of language

     

    January 14, 2010
    Internal meeting on 1st period's reporting
    Proposed agenda
    1. Review of Form Cs
      -> Status of IR web-tool?
    2. Review of (already available) technical reports of EU-VRi/R-Tech/ZIRN (all levels) and distribution of reports and deliverables (!) to be created.
    3. Check of QUEST/SESAM for electronic submission of technical report.
      -> How can we bring in the requested content in easily?
    4. Next steps
      -> Draft version of periodic report for Antonio ready on January 22, 2010?
      -> Preparation of EB meeting on January 25, 2010
      -> Preparation of Annual Review Meeting on February 5, 2010 (status of registrations?)
    January 14, 2010
    Teleconference of Committee Members of 2nd iNTeg-Risk Conference
    Teleconference of Committee Members of
    2nd iNTeg-Risk Conference


    January 14, 2010
    11:00 - 12:00 AM


    Agenda

    1. Review of the status of preparation
    2. Review of the program
    3. Confirmation/suggestions for the Program Committee and Conference Board
    4. AOB


    Instructions

    Screensharing
    :

    In order to use the screen-sharing mode please follow this link:

    http://77.236.96.124:443

    and supply the access code: integrisk

    Please note: You can enter the screen-sharing only 5 min. before the telecon will start.


    Teleconference:

    In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number

    912005

    You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name.

    Numbers for Telecon:

    • Austria*°: 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)
    • Belgium°: 070 35 9945 (calls answered in English); 070 35 9994 (calls answered in Dutch); 070 35 9866 (calls answered in French)
    • France: 0821 230 749 (calls answered in French); 0821 230 748 (calls answered in English)
    • Germany: 01803 001 177 (calls answered in German); 01803 001 178 (calls answered in English);
      01570 248 8101 (mobile number)
    • Ireland°: 0818 270 007
    • Italy*°: 848 391 819 (calls answered in Italian); 848 390 166 (calls answered in English)
    • Netherlands°: 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch); 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English)
    • Poland*: 0801 003 533 (calls answered in Polish); 0801 003 543 (calls answered in English)
    • Spain: 902 881 200 (calls answered in Spanish); 902 885 318 (calls answered in English)
    • Sweden°: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English)
    • Switzerland: 0848 560 190 (calls answered in English); 0848 560 378 (calls answered in French);
      0848 560 347 (calls answered in German); 0848 560 385 (calls answered in Italian)
    • UK: 0844 580 0555
    • US: 1 712 432 2888

    SkypeOut: +44 844 580 0555

    If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 844 580 0555 / +49 1803 001 178 (calls charged at international rates).

    *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 844 580 0555 / +49 1803 001 178 (calls charged at international rates).

    °The dial-in numbers for these countries cannot be dialed internationally. Please continue to use +44 844 580 0555 / +49 1803 001 178 (calls charged at international rates).

    Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

    January 14, 2010
    T221 Follow up conference
    Goal - to check the first draft of the template and agree further actions
    January 8, 2010
    Discussion - presentation preparation about UML of Risk, with Mikael Strom.
    - Task definition and end user definition
    - What does UML of Risk provide
    - Synthesis of approaches
    ---- IEC 61882
    ---- Visualization

    We have discussed the following:
    - Reviewed the presentation. AI: send to Mikael for review and adding slides about pilot in visualized form (instead of pure UML presentation)
    - Discussed the approach to create a template (MS-Visio or EA) with stencil as initial prototype, to be presented to ERRAs, for each dimension (T-H-C-R)
    - Setup a task group meeting
    January 8, 2010
    WP 2.6 Kick Off Meeting with all task leaders.
    Instructions teleconference:

    In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number

    912005

    You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name.

    Numbers for Telecon:

    • Austria*: 0820 4000 1502 (calls answered in German); 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)
    • Belgium: 070 35 9945
    • France: 0821 230 749 (calls answered in French); 0821 230 748 (calls answered in English)
    • Germany: 01803 001 177 (calls answered in German); 01803 001 178 (calls answered in English); 01570 248 8101 (mobile number)
    • Ireland*: 0818 270 007
    • Italy*: 848 390 166
    • Holland: 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English); 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch)
    • Spain*: 902 885 318
    • Sweden: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English); 0939 206 6300 (calls answered in Swedish)
    • Switzerland: 0848 560 190
    • UK: 0844 580 0555
    • US: 1 641 715 3715  

    SkypeOut: +99 03 769 3322 (calls answered in French); +99 03 769 4922 (calls answered in German); +99 03 769 3122 (calls answered in Dutch); +99 03 769 4622 (calls answered in Swedish); +99 03 769 4422 (calls answered in English)

    *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates). Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

    If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates).
    December 21, 2009
    T2.3.3 teleconf KOM
    Teleconf call meeting to assign responsibilities and contributions to the task
    December 21, 2009
    T2.3.2 telemeeting
    To define synergies with T2.3.2 and agree how to proceed
    December 18, 2009
    Discussion on synchronizing T2.2.4 with the other WP2.2 tasks and ERRA(s)
    Teleconference with Espen Kon and Mikael Ström
    December 14, 2009
    Teleconference on status of Task 2.2.4
    Discussion on Task 2.2.4 with Mikael Ström and Lorenzo van Wijk
    December 9, 2009
    Kick-off meeting of T2.8.1
    Will be organized as a WP Kick-off Meeting.

    Agenda


    - Review of Dow
    - Alignment with T2.2.5
    - Setting up an action list
    - AOB
    December 9, 2009
    Kick-off meeting of T2.8.2
    Will be organized as a WP Kick-off Meeting.

    Agenda

    - Review of Dow
    - Alignment with T2.2.5
    - Setting up an action list
    - AOB
    December 9, 2009
    Kick-off meeting of T2.8.3
    Will be organized as a WP Kick-off Meeting.

    Agenda

    - Review of Dow
    - Alignment with T2.2.5
    - Setting up an action list
    - AOB
    December 9, 2009
    Kick-off meeting of T2.8.4
    Will be organized as a WP Kick-off Meeting.

    Agenda

    - Review of Dow
    - Alignment with T2.2.5
    - Setting up an action list
    - AOB
    December 7, 2009
    Telephone-Conference with R.X. Ruter (CSR workshop)

    Telephone-Conference dedicatde to the planning of the CSR workshop in June 2010


    Objective:
    Exchange of first ideas regarding the planned and the organisation of the CSR workshop in June 2010.

    Foreseen Participants:

    Rudolf X. Ruter
    Aleksandar Jovanovic
    Michael Löscher

    December 4, 2009
    Internal SINTEF planning meeting
    Summary of 2009 and planning of 2010.
    December 4, 2009
    T2.3.3 2nd Kick Off Meeting
    Teleconference call
    December 3, 2009
    SP2 Executive Board conference call

    The next SP2 Executive Board Committee conference call will be held on 3rd December 2009 from 14:30 to 16:30 CET.

    In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number

    912005

    You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name.

                                     Numbers for Telecon:

    Austria*: 0820 4000 1502 (calls answered in German); 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)

    Belgium: 070 35 9945

    France: 0826 100 213 (calls answered in French); 0826 100 211 (calls answered in English)

    Germany: 01805 006 685 (calls answered in German); 01805 006 683 (calls answered in English)

    Ireland*: 0818 270 007

    Italy*: 848 390 166

    Holland: 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English); 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch)

    Spain*: 902 885 318

    Sweden: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English); 0939 206 6300 (calls answered in Swedish)

    Switzerland: 0848 560 190

    UK: 0870 22 333 33

    US: 1 641 715 3715

    SkypeOut: +99 03 769 3322 (calls answered in French); +99 03 769 4922 (calls answered in German); +99 03 769 3122 (calls answered in Dutch); +99 03 769 4622 (calls answered in Swedish); +99 03 769 4422 (calls answered in English)

    *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates). Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

    If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates).

    December 2, 2009
    iNTeg-Risk Meeting with Marie-Valentine Florin
    HDW, Meeting room K4
    December 2, 2009
    D2.3.6.2 Internal ZIRN meeting
    Revision of TOC for D2.3.6.2
    December 1, 2009
    10th Open Users' Forum "Technical & Financial Reporting"

    10th Open Users Forum

    dedicated to

    "Technical & financial reporting"

    on December 1, 2009 at 13:00-14:00 (CET)


    Objective
    To explain how the iNTeg-Risk web tool will be used for technical and financial reporting.


    Preliminary Agenda
    1. Review of steps and deadlines for this period's reporting
    2. New restructured "My Report" (Short report, Technical Report, Financial Report)
    3. How to fill in and submit technical report
    4. How to fill in and submit financial report
    5. Questions and answers

    December 1, 2009
    2009-12-01 ERRA A5 Telephone Conference
    ERRA A5 Telephone Conference
    10:00 h

    November 27, 2009
    Safetypedia work plan
    Established Safetypedia work plan;
    Focused on building Safetypedia contribution work plan from tasks.

    November 26, 2009
    ERRA A4 - Conference BAM - POLIMI

    ERRA A4

    Skype Conference BAM - POLIMI

    02:00 p.m. C.E.T.

          Conference Call Agenda:

          1. Presentation of results of the experiments already performed by BAM;

          2. Discussion of these results and schedule of further experiments;

          3. Modeling of the experiments by POLIMI;

          4. Use of experimental/modeling results in Chapter 7.3 of the "Blue Book".

    November 26, 2009
    Specification disscussion of the Safetypedia
    Specification discussion for the Safetypedia
    November 25, 2009
    Annual Reporting Meeting - FINANCIAL REPORT

    Annual Reporting Meeting (Day 3)

    on November 25, 2009 at 9:00-14:00
    Meeting room 2F (second floor), SDME building, square de Meeûs, 8,
    at European Commission, Brussels



    dedicated to

    FINANCIAL REPORT



    Invited: 
    All SP Leaders, WP Leaders (WPs active in year 1!), Executive Board, Project Coordinator, Management Team and Project Officers.
    Please note: Task leaders of major Tasks are very welcome to come,but their presence is not mandatory, unless required so by the SP or WPleaders.


    Please find the agenda and information about the venue under "Documents" below.

    November 24, 2009
    Kick-off Meeting (iNTeg-Risk framework)

    Kick-off meeting for T2.1.2 - Definition of the iNTeg-Risk framework


    on November 24, 2009 at 17:00-19:00



    Proposed Agenda:
    • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
    • Contributions of partners
    • Setting up an Action List
    • AOB



    Detailed information about the venue will follow in the near future.

    Note: For non-available participants, we will organize a telephone-conference at the end of the meeting.
    November 23, 2009
    ERRA C5: Kick-off meeting for Task 1.4.5

    ERRA C5: Kick-off meeting for Task 1.4.5

    On the 23rd November 2009

    From 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm (CET)

    At the premises of

    Vertretung des Landes Baden-Württemberg, Rue Belliard 60-62, B-1040 Bruxelles




    Preliminary Agenda:


    5:00 pm - 5:15 pm
    Welcoming and introducing the partners
    5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
    Revising the DoW and the deliverables and their delivery dates
    6:15 pm - 6:30 pm
    Defining responsibilities for the activities and coordination of work
    6:30 pm - 6:45 pm
    Revising the preliminary action list available at http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/ma/DashboardTask.aspx?aid=394
    6:45 pm - 7:00 pm
    Wrapping up and closing session





    November 23, 2009
    10th Open Users' Forum "Technical & Financial Reporting"

    10th Open Users Forum

    dedicated to

    "Technical & financial reporting"

    on November 23, 2009 at 11:15-12:15 (CET)

    Objective
    To explain how the iNTeg-Risk web tool will be used for technical and financial reporting.


    Preliminary Agenda
    1. Review of steps and deadlines for this period's reporting
    2. New restructured "My Report" (Short report, Technical Report, Financial Report)
    3. How to fill in and submit technical report
    4. How to fill in and submit financial report
    5. Questions and answers

    Explanation:

    November 23 - 24, 2009
    iNTeg-Risk Annual Reporting Meeting - TECHNICAL REPORT (day 1 & 2)

    iNTeg-Risk
    Annual Reporting Meeting (Day 1 & 2)


    on November 23-24, 2009 at 10:30-17:00
     

    at Representative Baden-Württemberg, Rue Belliard 60-62, B-1040 Brussels



    dedicated to

    TECHNICAL REPORT



    Invited: 
    All SP Leaders, WP Leaders (WPs active in year 1!), Executive Board, Project Coordinator and Management Team.
    Please note: Task leaders of major Tasks are very welcome to come, but their presence is not mandatory, unless required so by the SP or WP leaders.



    Preliminary Agenda (for first two days!)

    November 23, 2009
    10:00 - 10:30
    Registration
    10:30 - 10:45
    Welcome and get-together
    10:45 - 11:15
    Explanation of the steps and deadlines for financial and technical reporting (Project Coordinator)
    11:15 - 12:15
    Presentation on reporting forms on iNTeg-Risk web tool with example of periodic report from WP1.1
    (10th Open Users' Forum)

    12:15 - 13:00
    Lunch

    13:00 - 15:00 Preliminary reporting of
    • WP1.1 - Common basis (responsible: A. Jovanovic, deputy: M. Löscher)
    • WP1.2 - ERRAs Type A (responsible: R. Rota, deputy: V. Cozzani)

    15:00 - 15:15
    Coffee Break

    15:15 - 17:00 Preliminary reporting of

        Accompanying event: Kick-off meeting T1.4.5 (ERRA C5)
        17:00 – 17:15 Welcoming and introducing the partners
        17:15 – 18:15
        Revising the DoW and the deliverables and their delivery dates
        18:15 – 18:30
        Defining responsibilities for the activities and coordination work
        18:30 – 18:45
        Revising the preliminary action list available at http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/ma/DashboardTask.aspx?aid=394
        18:45 – 19:00 Wrapping up and closing session

        November 24, 2009
        9:00 - 10:30
        Preliminary reporting of
        • WP2.1 - Paradigm (responsible: V. Cozzani, deputy: F. Santarelli)
        • WP2.2 - Guidelines (responsible: B. Debray, deputy: C. Mazri)

          10:30 - 10:45
          Coffee Break

          10:45 - 12:30
          Preliminary reporting of
          • WP2.3 - Models and Methods (responsible: F. Bagnoli, deputy: L. De Prisco)
          • WP2.4 - KPIs (responsible: D. Baloš, deputy: T. Sakurai)
          • WP4.2 - Safetypedia (responsible: E. Kon, deputy: A. Jovanovic)
          • WP4.3 - Monitoring Network (responsible: A. Jovanovic, deputy: M. Löscher)
          • WP4.8 - 1-Stop-Shop structure (responsible: A. Jovanovic, deputy: M. Löscher)
          • WP4.10 - Training, Transfer, Education (responsible: A. Jovanovic, deputy: M. Löscher)

            12:30 - 13:30
            Lunch

            13:30 - 14:00 Discussion on WP 2.5, WP2.6, WP2.8 (possible WP Kick-offs)
            14:00 - 15:15 Preliminary reporting of
            • WP5.1 - Coordination (responsible: A. Jovanovic, deputy: M. Löscher)
            • WP5.2 -  IT infrastructure (responsible: A. Jovanovic, deputy: M. Löscher)
            • WP5.3 - Dissemination (responsible: A. Jovanovic, deputy: M. Löscher)

            15:15 - 15:30
            Coffee Break

            15:30 - 16:15 Preliminary reporting of
            • WP1.6 - Integration (responsible: A. Jovanovic, deputy: M. Löscher
            • WP1.7 - Verification (responsible: B. Debray, deputy: C. Mazri)
            • WP1.3 - ERRA Type B (responsible: A. Jovanovic, deputy: M. Löscher)
            • WP1.4 - ERRA Type C (responsible: K. Øien, deputy: I. Bouwer Utne)
            • WP1.5 - ERRA Type D (responsible: D. Baloš, deputy: T. Sakurai)

              16:45 - 17:00
              Next steps and closing of the meeting

              Accompanying event: Kick-off meeting T2.1.2 (iNTeg-Risk Framework)
              17:00 – 17:30 Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              17:30 – 17:45
              Review minutes of the KOM
              17:45 – 18:15
              Contribution of partners
              18:15 – 18:45
              Setting up an Action List
              18:45 – 19:00 AOB

              Accompanying event: Kick-off meeting Kick-off meeting T2.1.4
              19:00 – 20:00 Kick-off meeting Kick-off meeting T2.1.4


              For the presentations, please go to the Documents section.

              November 20, 2009
              ERRA A2 meeting

              In person meeting for ERRA A2 in Stuttgart

              on November 20, 2009

              10:30-16:00

              Steinbeis premises, Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19, Meeting room K3

                

              Items to be discussed
              • Introduction of iNTeg-Risk project
              • Introduction of ERRA A2
              • iNTeg-Risk 1-Stop-Shop
              • Discussion on SONAR
              November 20, 2009
              Kick Off Meeting T2.3.10
              Discussion on the contribution of each partner
              November 19, 2009
              Task T2.3.4 teleconference - Kick-off meeting.

              The agenda of the tKOM eleconference will consist in:

              Presentation of the objective/DOW

              Convergence on the deliverables

              Convergencen on each partner contribution

              Convergence on action plan and deallines.

               ....

              November 16, 2009
              T221 KOM
              Kick Off meeting of task 221. Telephone conference.

              Agenda :
              - Review of the DOW
              - Definition of working process
              - Distribution of tasks and responsibilities
              - Planning
              - AOB


              November 16, 2009
              ERRA A3 progress update

              Teleconference arranges by GDF SUEZ.

              The aim of the teleconference will be to review the Task progress, informing about the UAV flights in France at the end of October, beginning of November, and the initial results of the processing of the images taken during the flights.

              November 13, 2009
              Kick Off Meeting T2.3.3
              Kick Off Meeting T2.3.3

              November 13, 2009 / 12:00-13:00

              Discussion about the contribution of each partner and possibility to postpone the draft deliverable
              November 12, 2009
              Telephone-conference with CEA about task report

              Telephone-conference with CEA about task report

              on November 12, 2009 at 14:30


              November 12 - 13, 2009
              ERRA 1.2.5 Metro Madrid Meeting
              ERRA 1.2.5 Metro Madrid Meeting

              Date: 12./13. November 2009
              Location: Madrid

              Meeting the Safety Manager of the Metro Madrid will offer the opportunity to discuss and validate ERI descriptions of ERRA 1.2.5. A technical visit of critical parts of the infrastructure will harmonize the understanding within ERRA 1.2.5 partners and thus improve the quality of results.
              November 10, 2009
              Telephone-conference with BT representatives

              Dear Micha,

               

              This sounds a very good way forward. A call at 14:00 CET (13:00 GMT) would be fine. I think Paul Kearney, Phillip Hewitt, and myself will join from BT. I would like to offer the use of my conference bridge for this call. The numbers are:

               

              Primary dial-in number: 0870 8506521

              Freefone dial-in number: 0800 0121176

              Participant Passcode: 12004007 then #

              The attached file provides some local dial-in numbers for the conference bridge in case this is useful.

              Regards
              Paul

              November 10, 2009
              Discussion of draft deliverable and proposed index of final deliverable

              Telecon

              November 10th, 2009

              10:30 CET

               

              Proposed agenda:

              1) Discussion of the preliminary index proposed for the final deliverable

              2) Discussion of the first draft proposed for the M12 intermediate release of task deliverable

              3) Updating of the action plan of the task

              4) AOB

              The meeting will be a Telecon and the Integrisk POWWOWNOW teleconference facilities will be used.

              To connect, dial the telphone number (different for each Country) that was sent to you by e-mail or that is on the POWWOWNOW file that you may download from event documents provided below.

               

              After this, a pin code will be required.

               

              The pin code, which the persons should give when calling in is 912005.

               

               

               

              November 9, 2009
              Meeting with Coordinator and JRC at Ispra

              OUTLINE PROGRAMME FOR INTEG-RISK MEETING ON WP 4.7, T2.2.6 AND T1.4.5

              DG JRC ISPRA, BUILDING 36 – GROUND FLOOR, 9TH NOVEMBER 2009

              (VENUE ROOM 14)



              10.00 – 11:00    Briefing on status work (Michalis Christou, Aleksandar Jovanovic)

              11.00 – 11:15    Introduction on FP7 iNTeg-Risk Project (Aleksandar Jovanovic)

              11:15 – 11.30    Introduction on INSPIRE (Paul Smit, Alessandro Annoni)

              11.30 – 11.45    Overview of the iNTeg-Risk SP4 Risk Atlas and its relevant tasks

                                     (Aleksandar Jovanovic)

              11.45 – 12.00    Databases/Institutions/Projects currently using INSPIRE or planning to

                                     use it (Paul Smit, Alessandro Annoni)

              12.00 – 12.45    Status of safety related databases such as eMARS and SPIRS (Michalis

                                     Christou)

              12:45 – 14:00    Lunch Piccola Mensa (All)

              14.00 – 15.45    Discussion on the practical implementation within iNTeg-Risk of

                                     (Michalis Christou, Paul Smit, Aleksandar Jovanovic):

                                     1. what to look at when applying INSPIRE;

                                     2. availability for iNTeg-Risk NaTech data/structure;

                                     3. availability A2 (reinsurance) data;

                                     4. data on “near misses” provided by BAM;

                                     5. data that the JRC can provide and how;

                                     6. data that the Project can obtain with the assistance of the JRC

                                         and how;

                                     7. possible structure of data;

                                     8. sources and availability of energy data;

                                     9. ERRA C5 methodologies; and

                                     10. viability of datawarehousing / datamarting.

                                     15.45 – 16.00    Tea/Coffee Break

              16.00 – 16.45    Plan of further action in year 2 for iNTeg-Risk (Michalis Christou,

                                     Aleksandar Jovanovic)

              16.45 – 17.15    To be confirmed: On Life Cycle Assessment (David Pennington)

              17.15 – 17.30    Close and leave for airport (All)

               



              November 6, 2009
              Kick-off meeting T2.6.6
              Kick-off meeting of T2.6.6

              • Review of DoW (involved partners etc.)
              • Possible activities T2.6.6
              • Proposition of actions
              • Work planning
              November 6, 2009
              Internal ZIRN meeting (November 6, 2009 / 12:00-13:15)
              Participants
              • A. Lampke
              • P.J. Schweizer
              • A. Jovanovic
              • M. Löscher


              Proposed Agenda
              12:00-12.30 Discussion with Agnes on financial issues

              12:30-13:15 Next steps in T2.3.6
                • Update responsible persons
                • Update and review action list
                • Plan and discuss action 4 (Provide review-report on IRGC and review paper of CMMI/OECD/HSE/ECHA...)
              November 6, 2009
              2nd meeting in Task 2.2.4 ”UML of Emerging Risks”

              Dear Partners,

               

              I hereby invite you to participate in the task group meeting of task 2.2.4 on the 6th of November 2009 at 10:00 AM CET. The meeting will be a telephone conference and details on how to connect follows below.

               

              The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

               

              1)      Welcome and introduction. The word will be passed around so everybody can introduce themselves

               

              2)   Results from the pilot work on standrad IEC 61882. Mikael Ström and Raija Koivisto have studied this standard and created UML-models.

               

              3)      Each involved partner presents its deliverables to be implemented in the work plan.

              From the discussions at the last meeting on the 30th of June everybody was asked to consider possible contribution to be implemented in the work plan. Please create some innovative ideas.

               

              4)      List of tools to evaluate.

              Tools will be used to make UML-models and to be used by subsequent tasks in SP4. Espen Kon has evaluated UML tools for this purpose and will present a list of tools and explain pros and cons for each tool evaluated. Information is send out by Espen and is available in the web tool : http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/ma/DashboardTask.aspx?aid=400 )

               

              5)      Possible input from BT regarding Risk cockpit (Pilot) and Master Program.

                    Simon Phoenix will prepare some written material about this topic prior to the meeting. Simon will say a few words about the material and if possible guide us through the material

              6)      Next meeting. Date and time for the next meeting will be decided

               

              Instructions on how to connect to the Teleconference:

              In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number

              912005

              You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name.

              Numbers for Telecon:
              •    Austria*: 0820 4000 1502 (calls answered in German); 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)
              •    Belgium: 070 35 9945
              •    France: 0826 100 213 (calls answered in French); 0826 100 211 (calls answered in English)
              •    Germany: 01805 006 685 (calls answered in German); 01805 006 683 (calls answered in English)
              •    Ireland*: 0818 270 007
              •    Italy*: 848 390 166
              •    Holland: 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English); 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch)
              •    Spain*: 902 885 318
              •    Sweden: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English); 0939 206 6300 (calls answered in Swedish)
              •    Switzerland: 0848 560 190
              •    UK: 0870 22 333 33
              •    US: 1 641 715 3715  
              •    SkypeOut: +99 03 769 3322 (calls answered in French); +99 03 769 4922 (calls answered in German); +99 03 769 3122 (calls answered in Dutch); +99 03 769 4622 (calls answered in Swedish); +99 03 769 4422 (calls answered in English)

              *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates). Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

              If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates)

              BR

              Mikael Strom

              November 5, 2009
              T1.4.3 working meeting

              Topic:

              Finishing the technological data of selected unit equipments

              Used risk management method and information and data collecting systems


              Participants:

              BZF representatives (Péter Rózsahegyi, Emese Bodnár)

              MOL representatives (Rudolf Somogyvári)


              Place: MOL



              November 3, 2009
              Update T2.3.9 and draft index
              Update of work progress relating to task T2.3.9 and discussion of the draft index of the Integrisk LCA guidelines.
              November 3, 2009
              2009-11-03_ERRA A5 Telephone Conference
              Amberg TC:
              Your unique PIN: 517873
              November 3, 2009
              2009-11-03_ERRA A5 Telephone Conference
              Amberg TC:
              Your unique PIN: 517873
              October 26, 2009
              ERRA A4 Progress Meeting

              ERRA A4 Progress Meeting

              10:00 a.m. C.E.T.

                    Conference Call Agenda:

                    1. Progress status of the activity of each participant,

                       2. ERRA A4 Emerging Risks Issues (ERIs) update,

                       3. Discussion on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Emerging Risks,

                    4. Approval of updated Deliverable Index and Action Plan.

              October 26 - 30, 2009
              UAV flights and image collection in France

              Day 1 - Flight path survey
              Day 1 - Set up drone for flight mission
              Day 2 - One flight of 20 km without targets
              Day 3 - Set up targets before flight and collect GPS coordinates & photos

               

              Day 4 - Two flights of 40 km (2 x 20 km  return flight) with targets

               

              Day 5 - One flight of 20 km with a plane used for traditional aerial surveillance

              October 23, 2009
              9th Open User's Forum "ERRA Template"

              9th iNTeg-Risk open users' forum

              "ERRA Template"

              on

                October 23, 2009 at 10:00 (CET)


              This event will be organized to introduce the ERRA participants to the ERRA template on the collaborative authoring section within the iNTeg-Risk web tool to enable them working on collaborative documents for their ERRA deliverables.




              Agenda
              :


              1. The benefit of Collaborative Authoring (edit history, version control, user rights)
              2. How to access the Collaborative Documents
              3. Editing the Collaborative Document (user manual available under http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=1396)
              4. Comments to the Collaborative Document
              5. Using the ERRA template on the collaborative section (users manual available under http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=2065)
              6. AOB


              Please register by submitting your credentials at registration. When registered, you will receive further instructions how to participate to this open users' forum at least one day before the forum .

              October 22, 2009
              T 1.2.3 - Teleconference
              Mission Planning UAV flights France
              October 16, 2009
              9th Open User's Forum "ERRA Template"

              9th iNTeg-Risk open users' forum

              "ERRA Template"

              on

                October 16, 2009 at 10:00 (CET)


              This event will be organized to introduce the ERRA participants to the ERRA template on the collaborative authoring section within the iNTeg-Risk web tool to enable them working on collaborative documents for their ERRA deliverables.




              Agenda
              :


              1. The benefit of Collaborative Authoring (edit history, version control, user rights)
              2. How to access the Collaborative Documents
              3. Editing the Collaborative Document (user manual available under http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=1396)
              4. Comments to the Collaborative Document
              5. Using the ERRA template on the collaborative section (users manual available under http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=2065)
              6. AOB


              Please register by submitting your credentials at registration. When registered, you will receive further instructions how to participate to this open users' forum at least one day before the forum .

              October 16, 2009
              Additional meeting on other contributions
              Addtional meeting on contributions of FTN and vfdb for ERRA C5.

              Due to limited time during the first telephone-conference for preparation of the kick-off meeting, another meeting for discussion on additional contributions from FTN and vfdb was organized on October 16, 2009. During this meeting the participants agreed, that both partners can be added to the companies already working on C5 with 0 MM. The detailed contributions (see documents uploaded to this Event Dashboard) will be discussed during the kick-off meeting planned for November 23, 2009 in Brussels.
              October 15, 2009
              Training WP 2.2

              WP 2.2 Integration and Common collaborative work guidelines

               

              A meeting on JRC leadership’s responsibility and accountability for WP 2.2 will be held on Thursday 15th of October 2009 from 1:00 pm until 5.00 pm.  The venue is Steinbeis-Stiftung, Kienestrasse 37.

              Possibly, a 30 minutes teleconference will take place with the SP2 Leaders starting at 1:30 pm.

               


              Minutes of the Meeting:

              A. Jovanovic and M. Löscher introduced L. van Wijk form JRC to the duties and responsibilies of WP2.x Leaders using the web tool and the information sent by Valerio Cozzani.

              Additionally it was decided in accordance with the Project Coordinator, that due to fact that the contractually change in leadership  cannot be implemented before the acceptance of the next amendment to the Grant Agreement by the EC, JRC will take over the leadership after the 1st annual reporting meeting in November. As JRC was not responsible leader for the first year, they cannot report on the status and progress of the work for WP2.2 at this stage. Nevertheless, JRC will try to contact INERIS to be informed about this and ensure a smooth take over of the leadership. The management support team in accordance with the Project Coordinator will inform current WP2.2 leaders and SP2 leaders about this decision.

              October 15, 2009
              Kick-off T 2.2.6
              Kick-Off Meeting for Task 2.2.6 at Stuttgart (D)

               

              T2.2.6: Development of a harmonised platform for exchange of info between accident databases originally designed for different purposes   

               


              Dear Partners,

               

              You are kindly invited to join us for the Kick-Off Meeting of Task 2.2.6 which will be held on Thursday 15th of October 2009 from 10:00 am until 12.00 am.   The venue is Steinbeis-Stiftung, Kienestrasse 37.

               

               

              Agenda

               

              10:00 am– 10:15 am Welcome and introduction of the attendees

              10:15 am – 10:45 am Overview of proposed changes to T 2.2.6

              10:45 am – 11:30 am Discussion on workplan

              11.30 am – 12.00 am Planning and wrap-up

               



              Minutes of the meeting:

              JRC's revision of the DoW for T2.2.6 was reviewed. The Coordinator of the project communicated to JRC that the change of the DoW proposed was sent to the SP Leaders after the deadline for submitting requests for modification of the current applicable DoW version and also it had not been reviewed by the Task Force. Therefore, the provided modification request could not been accepted. However the partners decided to take the provided suggestions into account in defining the action plan during this kick-off meeting without changing the task description at this stage.

              A. Jovanovic presented the German web page of LUBW, to introduce his ideas on the involvement of INSPIRE. All participants agreed, that the involvement of INSPIRE could be of benefit to the outcome of the task and for the development of Risk Atlas in SP4. Participants agreed on A. Jovanovic's proposal to find an optimum that provides a smooth access and minimum effort for the user to exchange data among different sources. Important input from INSPIRE could be:
              • Implementing INSPIRE specifications and guidelines to the iNTeg-Risk Risk Atlas developers with assistance of INSPIRE (also provide a Help Line)
              • Contacting organisations already using INSPIRE and investigating whether they are available for sharing data with Risk Atlas in SP4
              • Providing access under certain conditions to JRC sample data bases (eMARS, SPIRS, other INSPIRE-based ones?)
              Also, it was proposed to contact BARPI and BAM to ask them if they can grant access to their accident database and near-misses database respectively. 

              The following contributions from partners have been defined:

              JRC: Overall coordination of relating INSPIRE with T2.2.6
              EU-VRi: Implementation of practical measures and link to IT experts and tool developers in SP4

              Detailed action plan has been set up on the Task Dashboard of T2.2.6.

              As decided during the EB meeting on October 12, 2009, the SP2 Leaders will be informed about the agreed workplan and action list for T2.2.6.


              It was decided to continue the meeting next morning informally, in order to discuss some open issues regrading the contact to INSPIRE responsibles.

               

              October 14, 2009
              Tele-conference T1.4.5

              Telephone-Conference for preparation of the kick-off meeting for ERRA C5

              on October 14, 2009 at 14:30 (CET)


              Purpose of the tele-conference: to (a) introduce the partners and (b) share thoughts on the work for T1.4.5.


              Minutes of the tele-conference


              1. Iberdola’s role in task C5
              • At present Iberdrola has allocated 0.9 m/m to the task, but in the beginning the effort could be slightly increased
              • Most of Iberdola’s competencies are in energy safety and security. They deal with energy technology and have been working with nuclear, hydroelectric, gas and coal installations + network studies and projects especially concerning environmental assessment of several small and big utility installations.
              • Iberdrola know very well the inter-relationships between the different energy networks and could help in providing the sample case study to be used in task C5

              2. Status of task ET.C5.1
              • EU-VRi stated that modifications to the description of work cannot be made since the whole process was carried out with all partners and was concluded in September: thus the request for amendment to the contract will soon be with DG RTD. A second amendment cannot be envisaged as possible since the Commission allows a max. of 1 amendments per year to its contracts.
              • Since no modifications can be made to the task, EU-Vri asked how much of what was specified in the description is still available since JRC Petten’s situation has changed since the proposal for the task was submitted and it is clear they will not be able to contribute as initially foreseen.
              Development of intelligent methodologies and tools to forecast energy price fluctuations, e.g data mining tool
              • JRC Petten has neither the data nor the indicators and tool requested to carry out the study. JRC-Ispra should start collecting the data , maybe by contacting other organizations such as EEA in Copenhagen or still Petten if they can provide some input, at least as far as the matrix represented in the figure on page 145 is concerned.
              Development of a security of energy supply risk tool
              • Again here tool and data are currently not available

              3. Solution proposed: Action plan
              • EU-VRi suggested to develop only one tool (this could be done by Steibeis) if the JRC provides data, indicators. EU-VRi confides that, being the JRC a supranational body, it has enough authority and respect on European level to get data from various sources to be identified, possibly the EEA or the International Energy Agency. According to EU-VRi, the JRC should be able to find out what can affect energy supply, which can be appropriate indicators, etc. 
              Action plan
              • As mentioned under point 2, a modification to the project description is not possible, but EU-VRi will give its support to an action plan that envisages the creation of only one tool if the following main points and time schedule is agreed:
              1. JRC will collect relevant data
              2. JRC will collect relevant indicators
              3. Steinbeis/EU-VRi will create the tool
              4. Iberdrola and LEIA will provide a sample industrial case and apply the tool
              5. Sample data and indicators must  be delivered by JRC at the end of 2009
              6. Real data and indicators must be provided by JRC before end March 2010
              7. Tool should be ready by June 2010, together with case study
              This way the task will be completed according to what stated in the contract. No delay can be allowed since, according to the first comparative analysis, ERRA C5 is the most high-risk one, on the base of the assessed technical risk

              4. Kick-off meeting for the task, 23/11/09 @ 17:00
              • Since everybody will be at the next reporting meeting on 23-25 November, in Brussels (Permanent representation of Baden-Württemberg premises) and meeting rooms have already been booked, the kick-off meeting can be held on the evening of November 23, from 17:00/17:30 until 19:00





              Rules for the Teleconference

              In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number

               

              912005

               

              You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name.

              Numbers for Telecon:

              • Austria*: 0820 4000 1502 (calls answered in German); 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)
              • Belgium: 070 35 9945
              • France: 0826 1... (calls answered in French); 0826 100 211 (calls answered in English)
              • Germany: 01805 ... (calls answered in German); 01805 006 683 (calls answered in English)
              • Ireland*: 0818 270 007
              • Italy*: 848 390 166
              • Holland: 0870 0... (calls answered in English); 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch)
              • Spain*: 902 885 318
              • Sweden: 0939 2... (calls answered in English); 0939 206 6300 (calls answered in Swedish)
              • Switzerland: 0848 560 190
              • UK: 0870 22 333 33
              • US: 1 641 715 3715 
              • SkypeOut: +99 03 769 3322 (calls answered in French); +99 03 769 4922 (calls answered in German); +99 03 769 3122 (calls answered in Dutch); +99 03 769 4622 (calls answered in Swedish); +99 03 769 4422 (calls answered in English)

              *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates). Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

              If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44... (calls charged at international rates).
              October 14, 2009
              9th Open User's Forum "ERRA Template"

              9th iNTeg-Risk open users' forum

              "ERRA Template"

              on

                October 14, 2009 at 10:00 (CET)


              This event will be organized to introduce the ERRA participants to the ERRA template on the collaborative authoring section within the iNTeg-Risk web tool to enable them working on collaborative documents for their ERRA deliverables.




              Agenda
              :


              1. The benefit of Collaborative Authoring (edit history, version control, user rights)
              2. How to access the Collaborative Documents
              3. Editing the Collaborative Document (user manual available under http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=1396)
              4. Comments to the Collaborative Document
              5. Using the ERRA template on the collaborative section (users manual available under http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=2065)
              6. AOB


              Please register by submitting your credentials at registration. When registered, you will receive further instructions how to participate to this open users' forum at least one day before the forum .

              October 13, 2009
              Kick-off Meeting as a telecon

              Kick-off meeting for

              T2.4.2 Development of KPIs for Risk Governance and Communication

              (as a telephone-conference)

              on October 13, 2009 at 14:00-15:00





              Preliminary Agenda

              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contributions of partners
              • Setting up the Action List
              • AOB



              Minutes of the Meeting:

              • A. Jovanovic and M. Löscher welcomed the participants
              • The participants reviewed the currently applicable description of work and decided to revise it slightly according to new developements in the field of CSR (e.g. GRI relations)
              • M. Löscher said that JSI has sent some possible contributions upfront to the meeting due to the fact, that they cannot attend today's meeting
              • The participants commented their possible contributions. The result and conclusions of this discussion can be reviewed in the action list of T2.4.2.
              October 12, 2009
              5th Executive Board meeting

               

              5th Executive Board meeting

              as a telephone-conference
              October 12, 2009 at 15:30



              Proposed agenda
              1. Approval of consolidated modification requests for the DoW
              2. Approval of finished documents/deliverables
              3. Reporting Meeting in November (preparation of timesheets, project risks etc.)
              4. WP2.2 - Change in leadership from INERIS to JRC (see minutes of SP2 EB (!) http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=2315)
              5. T5.1.7 Pre-existing know-how and IPR management -> e.g. what will other tasks get from the ERRAs?
              6. T5.1.9 Project Risk Management > Survey needed
              7. WP5.3 Liaisoning/collaboration: IRIS
              8. ERRA budget issues (mandatory meetings, saving budget for later project periods?)
              9. AOB
              October 9, 2009
              2009-10-09_ERRA A5 Telephone Conference
              October 6, 2009
              ERRA A4 - Preliminary discussion on ERRA KPIs

               

              ERRA A4 - Preliminary discussion on ERRA KPIs

              Internal Skype-conference in preparation to the conference call of all the participants of the ERRA A4

              to discuss on ERRA KPIs and on other organizational aspects.

              October 5, 2009
              ERRA 1.2.3 Teleconference

              Update of the ERRA Progress.

              Organise by GdF SUEZ

              October 5, 2009
              Formal Kick-Off

              Formal Kick-Off meeting of task 1.2.6

              Agenda:

              1) revision of DoW;

              2) revision of deliverables;

              3) attribution of responsibilities;

              4) task action plan and deadlines

              5) AOB

              October 2, 2009
              Kick-off meeting including discussion on and approval of dissemination plan

              Kick-off meeting including discussion on and approval of dissemination plan


              as a telephone conference


              on October 2, 2009 at 14:00




              Please find the dial in numbers for the teleconference uploaded to the event dashboard under "Documents".
              The pin code is
              912005.


              Minutes

              • A. Jovanovic welcomed the participants and explained the objective of today's meeting, which is the discussion and the approval of a Dissemination Plan for iNTeg-Risk.
              • A.J. announced that project should have a Dissemination Manager and that this manager should, in accordance with the Project Coordinator, review and approve dissemination activities requested by partners.
              • The draft version of the dissemination plan (see document uploaded to this page below) was discussed. This document is foreseen to be updated regularly after approval or non-approval of possible dissemination activities, in order to have currently applicable version that is accessable for all project partners.
                • A.J. and O. Salvi gave an introduction explaining the objectives and the approach to the dissemination activities for the project (First chapter of the document). It was decided that additional to the mentioned channels of dissemination, national organisations should be included in future dissemination activities.
                • A.J. explained that it is necessary to have a procedure for approval of the dissemination activities requested by partners of the project. Therefore a first version of such a procedure is included in the document.
                • It was decided that another table will be added to the document which includes the non-approved dissemination activities (with menaingful reason for non-approval).
                • M. Löscher added that the activity costs have to be updated, by now this column is empty.
                • D. Oberhagemann suggested that target groups for iNTeg-Risk related technologies should be added as tick boxes to the Activity Target Group column, to get an overview which target group was covered by what means. The participants agreed on that.
                • Additionally to the activities listed in "planned" table, D.O. suggested to add an activity dealing with the exchange of logos with other websites, in order to place links for information documents (leaflets) behind these logos. The participants agreed on that.
              • The participants agreed that they will stay in touch and continously check for possible extensions of activities.
              • End of the meeting.
              October 1, 2009
              Meeting iNTeg-Risk Conference June 15-16, 2010
              Mandatory for partners-IAB!

              iNTeg-Risk Conference June 15-16, 2010 + Workshop June 17, 2009
              June, 14 2010 courses

              Date            Action/Event                              Comments                                  Persons
              Oct. 15         1st Info/Announcement                250-300 words
                                 Call for papers                            or posters!!!
                                                                                  Ausstellung                                 OFFICIAL: Eva Maria Lenart
                                                                                  Sponsoren

              Nov. 5          Reminder
                                 Open registration for                                                                     REAL: ...same procedure as last year sames
                                 participants!

              Nov. 15        Author application                         Abstract!

              Jan. 15        Prolonged application

              Jan. 15        Abstract acceptance info

              Feb. 15        2nd info with tentative program

              March 1        Deadline early registration

              March 15      Paper

              (April 15       Prolonged)

              June 1         Deadline application participants

              (June 10      Prolonged)
              September 29, 2009
              In-Person Meeting: a step towards the new risk paradigm

              AGENDA

              1) 9:00: Welcome to participants

              2) 9:00 - 9:15: Introduction to the meeting

              3) 9:15 - 10:30: Presentations from the participants on background of emerging risk paradigm

              4) 10:30 - 11:15: Discussion

              5) 11:00 - 11:30: Coffee break

              6) 11:30 - 13:00: Introduction of discussion  on present and new risk paradigm - brainstorming session

              7) 13:00 - 14:00: Lunch

              8) 14:00 - 15:00: Discussion on further development of task activities

              9) 15:00 - 16:00: Discussion on the organization of first deliverable (Draft report on paradigm)

              10) 16:00 - 16:30: Revision of deadline and responsibilities

              11) 16:30 - 17:00: AOB; Closure of the meeting

              Concerning point 3, each participant is expected to give a short presentation (15 min) on the main background issues on which he has the responsability (see MOM of kick-off meeting). A more precise schedule of presentation will be defined after that all participants will register to meeting.

              LOCATION   

               Department of Chemical Engineering, in via Eudossiana 18, Rome.

              http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=it&q=via+eudossiana+18,+roma,+italy&ie=UTF8&z=14&ll=41.892808,12.49306&spn=0.045874,0.10849&om=1

              The location is very near to the main railway station (Roma Termini), where trains from Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) Airport arrive.

              Any hotel in the zone of central railway station will be suitable.

              The most convenient metro stations are “Cavour” and “Colosseo”. Would you need any other information, contac Roberto Bubbico (mailto:bubbico@ingchim.ing.uniroma1.it

               

              September 24, 2009
              Kick off of task 2.3.5 "Development to account uncertainties in itegrated management"

              I invite the partners to explicitate during this meeting :

              - the details of the work you will perform for the task 2.3.5

              - the planning you will follow

              The objective is to have a good vision of who does what and for which milestone.

              I thank you very much to prepare these elements for the meeting.

              Partners will have to call the following number : (33) 1 72 27 35 23 at 9h30.

              Anne Dutfoy.

              EDF - R&D - France

              September 22, 2009
              4th iNTeg-Risk Executive Board meeting

              4th iNTeg-Risk Executive Board meeting

              on

              September 22, 2009 in Brussels

              at

              16:30 - 19:00 (CET)

              in

              Vertretung des Landes Baden-Württemberg, Rue Belliard 60-62, B-1040 Bruxelles

               







              Preliminary Agenda:

              16:30 - 16:45
               Welcome & Objectives of the meeting
                 Can we finish earlier (train 18:35 to Paris)?
              16:45 - 17:30
               Summary of current results achieved in SP1 (templates T1.1.1 & T1.1.2) and their usability & usefulness in SP2
               Can we really compare ERRAs and "extract common knowledge" out of them?
              17:30 - 18:15
               Discussion on and approval of modification requests presented by the Task Force
              18:15 - 18:45
               Internal 3 month reporting & preparation for official annual reporting in iNTeg-Risk (December 2009)
               
               Reminders due to poor performance and possible "termination of a beneficiary"
               (Generally: what to do with poor performing tasks?)
              • NIS - statement and a "remedy plan" available  
              • Novineon - new problems 
              • JRC - no response, just promises -> BackUp by vdfb? (see proposal uploaded below)
              18:45 - 19:00
               AOB
              • T5.1.7 Pre-existing know-how and IPR management
              • WP5.3 Liaisoning/collaboration: IRIS
              • T5.1.9 Project Risk Management > Survey needed
              • Mail of Dr. Kovacs 
              • Task Performance Indicators (TPIs)
              19:00
               End of the meeting

              September 22, 2009
              SP2 Executive Board meeting

              SP2 Executive Board meeting

              on

              September 22, 2009 in Brussels

              at

              14:30 - 16:30 (CET)

              in

              Vertretung des Landes Baden-Württemberg, Rue Belliard 60-62, B-1040 Bruxelles

               



              Please find the agenda and other event-related document below under "Documents"..
              September 22, 2009
              Liaisoning meeting SP1 & SP2

              Liaisoning meeting for SP1 & SP2

              on

              September 22, 2009 in Brussels

              at

              13:00 - 14:30 (CET)

              in

              Vertretung des Landes Baden-Württemberg, Rue Belliard 60-62, B-1040 Bruxelles



              Proposed Agenda
              • Introduction: purposes of this SP1-SP2 liaisonning meeting                      C. Duval, B. Debray

              • presentation and collection of data coming from the ERRAs according to the different aims of the iNTeg-Risk project (key innovations, ER description, Risk Management Framework, RM methods,...)

              • feedbacks coming from the WP2.x leaders

              • Presentation of the results of T1.6.1 survey on the ERRAs and the results of the Delphi workshop (September 2009, 21th and 22nd) D. Scheer

              • key innovations, key ER descriptions, data on the covered sides of the IRGC Framework, stakeholders, risk assessment methodologies, risk management options, indicators, risk communication, risk perception...

              • Feedbacks from the WP2.x and SP2 leaders according to their needs for inputs WP2.x leaders, SP2 leaders

              • Decisions and conclusions

              Invited: SP1 and SP2 leaders and co-leaders, Dirk Scheer, WP1.x for ERRAs from type A to D, WP2.x leaders, Coordinator

               


              September 21 - 22, 2009
              "iNTeg-Risk: ERRA Survey Workshop" (Delphi I)

               

              "iNTeg-Risk Survey Workshop" (Delphi I)

              Introduction

              This MEMO informs you in brief about key issues and procedures of T1.6.1 and T1.6.7. Both tasks are carried out by ZIRN (University of Stuttgart) and aim at the integration of Topics A, B, C and D (ERRA clusters). While doing so, these tasks play an important role linking ERRA specific knowledge with cross-cutting project issues in following SPs.

              Project and Task objectives

              §        iNTeg-Risk’s main objective is to improve the management of safety related to emerging risks, i.e. to propose the scientific and technical „state-of-the-art-consensus“ as the basis for the future regulation, standardization, education and the infrastructures.

              §         The 17 ERRA case-studies are significant examples of application related to industrial safety in the field of upcoming and promising technologies and policies.

              §         Task objectives are to identify

              -          the state-of-the-art (T1.6.1)

              -          and future trends (T1.6.7)

              of dealing with these emerging risks and elicit cross-cutting risk assessment issues covering all ERRA cases. The task results will provide essential inputs for upcoming project tasks such as ERMF, KPIs, One-Stop-Shop.

              §         In detail, task objectives are

              -          To characterize the perception of emerging risks in the ERRAs,

              -          To identify concerns and needs of dealing with emerging risk assessment based on ERRAs,

              -          To determine generic topics based on assessing emerging risk issues (ERis) which have a comprehensive application in all ERRAs.

              These specific goals serve for integration and generalization ensuring a holistic approach in emerging risk assessment. The task is a major step towards integration of individual ERRAs and topics and to ensure consensus of the majority of partners and stakeholder groups involved in the subproject.


               

              §   Content: presentation and discussion of survey results

               

              §   Objective: conclusions and input for further iNTeg-Risk SP2

              §   Participants:   mandatory for ERRA leaders, SP1 leader, WP 1.1 leader, task 1.6.1 members

               

               

              §         Date: September 21-22, 2009

               

              §         Venue: Brussels, Vertretung des Landes Baden-Württemberg, Rue Belliard 60-62, B-1040 Bruxelles

               

               

               

              Please contact if needed:

              Dirk Scheer (ZIRN)

              Email: dirk.scheer@sowi.uni-stuttgart.de

              Tel:+49 (0)6221-432391

              Prof. Dr. Ortwin Renn (ZIRN)

              Email: ortwin.renn@sowi.uni-stuttgart.de

              September 16, 2009
              iNTeg-Risk Meeting with Reto Schneider

              AGENDA:

              1. Intro - whera are we today...
              2. Reto's Excel>> What to take, what have we already
              3. SONAR
              4. 1StopShop: see what we have
              5. Next week BRU
              6. AoB


              Plan of Work A2/1 stop-shop

              September 21-22., 2009:
              • Inputs of September 16, 2009 --> 1 StopShop-items
                        (As much as possible)  Has to be done by DANIEL.
              • First Draft Spec for A2/1 StopShop (Structure & Functionality!) --> include some example of notions, weak signals, etc. ...Evidence of Threat (EVIT)         
                Has to be done by SASA + ANDRAS.
              • Flowchart - How to use?
                  There must be a sample case but not an exhaustive one.
                        Has to be done by RETO.
              • Presentation by ALL.
              • Question of agreement & draft.

              September 24-25, 2009
              • Draft paper JRA (Journal of Risk R.): 1st draft to Reto Schn. and JRA, 2nd draft to Sasa from Reto and to JRA from Sasa

              November 11, 2009 10.30 a.m. in Stuttgart


              1st  release Software = Meeting A2

              • GiS + DB for examples
                        ERRAs (min. 2 out of 16 ERRAs), ERis (min. 2 out of 3 ERRAs), EVITs --> on Reto's memory stick
              • Rnd. report ("Risk Sparc")
              • Spec. for text mining with NetBreeze (RETO) Meeting?

              December 10, 2009
              Stg./Zh
              • Graphs as in current Excel (e.g. PoF&CoF)
              • 1st level data analysis:
                                                          - statistical
                                                          - graphical
                                                          - "data mining" spec.

              ~February 2010

              • Scenarios <--> EVITs
              September 12 - 20, 2009
              On-the-job training, Short stay, Study visit to German companies
              September 13-20, 2009 ("Saturday/Sunday - Sunday")
              September 11, 2009
              Meeting with INERIS

              Meeting with INERIS to discuss workplan and to exchange technical information regarding the task.

               

              September 3, 2009
              ERRA C3 meeting

              Meeting at MOL on the pilot system planning

              Participants:

              BZF representatives

              MOL representatives

              August 28, 2009
              Executive board SP1 [from 10 to 12 am]
              Dear SP1 WP leaders,
              Mures and I think it would be good to have a SP1 executive board (SP and WP leaders) meeting before the end of the summer. We propose to organise it by telephone conference on the 28th of August, from 10:00 to 12:00.
              Objective of the meeting :
              - overview of the SP1 and ERRA progress
              - identification of problems
              - information about the task force for the revision of DOW
              - preparation of the 21 and 22nd of september delphi workshops

              Please register soon in the web tool for this meeting or let me know quickly if you have big problems with the date.
              Best regards
              Bruno

               Teleconference:

              In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or
              the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the
              PIN
              number


              912005


              You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will
              have to give your name.

              Numbers for Telecon:

                  * Austria*: 0820 4000 1502 (calls answered in German); 0820 4000
              1503 (calls answered in English)
                  * Belgium: 070 35 9945
                  * France: 0826 100 213 (calls answered in French); 0826 100 211
              (calls answered in English)
                  * Germany: 01805 006 685 (calls answered in German); 01805 006
              683
              (calls answered in English)
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                  * Italy*: 848 390 166
                  * Holland: 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English); 0870 001 909
              (calls answered in Dutch)
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                  * Sweden: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English); 0939 206
              6300
              (calls answered in Swedish)
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                  * UK: 0870 22 333 33
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                  * SkypeOut: +99 03 769 3322 (calls answered in French); +99 03
              769
              4922 (calls answered in German); +99 03 769 3122 (calls answered in
              Dutch); +99 03 769 4622 (calls answered in Swedish); +99 03 769 4422
              (calls answered in English)


              *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use
              from
              mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial
              +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates). Powwownow does
              not
              set the cost of calls * some networks may vary from these prices *
              for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

              If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please
              dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates).
              August 25, 2009
              Kick Off Meeting T2.3.1

              Kick Off wil be held through a teleconference.

              Details on how to join the teleconference will be published one week before the date (on 17th of August).

              On the same date a reference document will be uploaded.

               

              August 17, 2009
              Post-Kick-Off-Meeting for T2.4.6 as a telecon

              Post-Kick-Off-Meeting for Tasks

              T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology
              T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide

              on August 17, 2009 on 14:00 as a teleconference

              Objective of this meeting is to inform the participants of the above mentioned tasks who were not present at the kick-off about the kick-off meeting of July 22, 2009.




              Agenda

              14:00 - 15:00 T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Review minutes of the KOM
              • Contributions of partners
              • Updating the Action List
              • AOB
              15:00 - 16:00 T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Review minutes of the KOM
              • Contributions of partners
              • Updating the Action List
              • AOB

               


              Short Minutes from the kick-off meeting

              T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology
              • A. Jovanovic and D. Balos welcomed all participants
              • C. Duval asked if it might be possible to shift some MM of EDF from T2.4.4 to T2.4.1.
              • A. Jovanovic answered that it might be a good idea to merge some of the tasks that are related that closely (like the KPI tasks in WP2.4)
              • A. Jovanovic starts the discussion on the contributions of the partners with a general comment. He expressed that iNTeg-Risk is dealing with Emerging Risks and therefore in this task the participants should create a guideline and develop/use a database with examples for KPIs for Emerging Risks. KPIs and examples in this database should be available for the owners and the ones that the owner would like to give access to only.
              • The participants were asked to comment their contributions already written down in the description of the task. The result and conclusions of this discussion can be reviewed in the action list of T2.4.1.
              • It was decided that the partners who not attended this kick-off meeting and have not expressed their contributions to the work on the task (TUKE, TU Crete) will receive a general reminder.

              T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide
              • Due to the fact that DNV as one of the 3 partners working on this task was not able to participate in this meeting , it was decided to discuss the further work on this task in the post-kick-off meeting on August 17, 2009.



              Short Minutes from the post kick-off meeting

              • Michael Löscher welcomed the participants and gave a review about the discussions of the kick-off meeting
              • The action-list was presented and discussed by the participants
              • INERIS will contribute to the following action items
                • Main theoretical problems and methodologies for Safety Indicators
                • Proposal of a method to build efficient technological KPIs
              • TU Crete will contribute by reviewing and commenting the structure of the database and the documents that will be prepared for the guideline
              • It was suggested by Chabane Mazri that this task and all the tasks in 2.4 should be aligned with T1.5.1. Therefore a KPI-tasks meeting would be a good idea
              • The participants highly welcomed this suggestion. EU-VRi will contact all participants of the respective tasks and will organize such a meeting by the end of 2009.
              • Due to the not attending of DNV as one of the major participants of 2.4.1 & 2.4.6 the meeting was closed without having their contribution fixed and without hearing their opinion on the established work plan. EU-VRi will contact DNV and remind them about their responsibilities.
              August 7, 2009
              iNTeg-Risk Kick-Off Meeting Task 1.3.1 ERRA B1


              Dear Project Partners,

              Please find enclosed the agenda for the Kick-Off Meeting in Stuttgart


              - Welcome and Introduction of partners

              - Scope of the action item, discussion of status of activities (all)

              - Presentation of medical background (novineon)

              - Presentation of experimental approach to the assessment labour-stress related risk factors in complex biomedical manufacturing procedures (focus: nano-Technology)

              - Discussion and planning of the sequence of actions


              The meeting will take place at

              Address

              Stuttgart Institute of Management and Technology

              Filderhauptstraße 142

              70599 Stuttgart

              Germany

              Telephone: +49 711 451001-0 Telefax: +49 711 451001-45

              http://www.uni-simt.de/Visiting.24.0.html


              Following the above given link you will find a map that shows the way to SIMT Stuttgart.  In addition, please let us know if you need help in any organisational matters.  We are always happy to assist.  My telephone number is +49 7071 7704514 or e-mail address bianca.gaessler@novineon.com

              The way to the conference room will be tagged so it should be easy to find for all our guests.

              We are looking forward to the Kick-off Meeting in Stuttgart on August 7th 2009.

              Kind regards,

               

               

              Bianca

               









              July 23, 2009
              Kick-off Meeting as a telecon

              Kick-off meeting for Task 2.3.6

              Development of models and methods for governance and communication of emerging risks (Extending and adapting IRGC for the needs of iNTeg-Risk) Development of approach to environmental impact assessment and licensing

              July 23, 2009, 10:00-11:00, Teleconference



              Agenda

              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contributions of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB


              Short Minutes from the meeting

              • A. Jovanovic welcomed all participants
              • The group reviewed the description of work for this task.
              • The participants were asked to comment their contributions already written down in the description of the task. The result and conclusions of this discussion can be reviewed in the action list of T2.3.6.
              • As DNV is mentioned in the DoW but is not listed as a partner with MM in this task, it will be discussed with DNV representatives on August 17, 2009 (Post-Kick off meeting for T2.4.1 & T2.4.6 ) if there will be a contribution from their side and what this contribution could be all about.
              • The need for a template for reports in SP2 was expressed by the participants. M. Löscher will send an e-mail with an request for such a template to the responsible persons in SP2.
              • The meeting was closed.

              July 22, 2009
              Joint kick-off meeting for T2.4.1 (Telecon)

              Joint kick-off meeting for Tasks

              T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology

              T2.4.5 - Methods for building alternative KPIs

              T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide

              July 22, 2009, 10:00-13:00, Teleconference



              Agenda

              10:00 - 11:00 T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB
              11:00 - 12:00 T2.4.5 - Methods for building alternative KPIs
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB
              12:00 - 13:00 T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB

               


              Short Minutes from the meeting

              T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology
              • A. Jovanovic and D. Balos welcomed all participants
              • C. Duval asked if it might be possible to shift some MM of EDF from T2.4.4 to T2.4.1.
              • A. Jovanovic answered that it might be a good idea to merge some of the tasks that are related that closely (like the KPI tasks in WP2.4)
              • A. Jovanovic starts the discussion on the contributions of the partners with a general comment. He expressed that iNTeg-Risk is dealing with Emerging Risks and therefore in this task the participants should create a guideline and develop/use a database with examples for KPIs for Emerging Risks. KPIs and examples in this database should be available for the owners and the ones that the owner would like to give access to only.
              • The participants were asked to comment their contributions already written down in the description of the task. The result and conclusions of this discussion can be reviewed in the action list of T2.4.1.
              • It was decided that the partners who not attended this kick-off meeting and have not expressed their contributions to the work on the task (TUKE, TU Crete) will receive a general reminder.

              T2.4.5 - Methods for building alternative KPIs
              • In the kick-off meeting for T2.4.5 it was decided that the work should be closely aligned to the work of T2.4.1. For the work on alternative KPIs the results and outcomes of T2.4.1 is needed. This is expressed also in the action list of this task.

              T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide
              • Due to the fact that DNV as one of the 3 partners working on this task was not able to participate in this meeting , it was decided to discuss the further work on this task in the post-kick-off meeting on August 17, 2009.

              July 22, 2009
              Joint kick-off meeting for T2.4.5 (Telecon)

              Joint kick-off meeting for Tasks

              T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology

              T2.4.5 - Methods for building alternative KPIs

              T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide

              July 22, 2009, 10:00-13:00, Teleconference



              Agenda

              10:00 - 11:00 T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB
              11:00 - 12:00 T2.4.5 - Methods for building alternative KPIs
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB
              12:00 - 13:00 T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB

               


              Short Minutes from the meeting

              T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology
              • A. Jovanovic and D. Balos welcomed all participants
              • C. Duval asked if it might be possible to shift some MM of EDF from T2.4.4 to T2.4.1.
              • A. Jovanovic answered that it might be a good idea to merge some of the tasks that are related that closely (like the KPI tasks in WP2.4)
              • A. Jovanovic starts the discussion on the contributions of the partners with a general comment. He expressed that iNTeg-Risk is dealing with Emerging Risks and therefore in this task the participants should create a guideline and develop/use a database with examples for KPIs for Emerging Risks. KPIs and examples in this database should be available for the owners and the ones that the owner would like to give access to only.
              • The participants were asked to comment their contributions already written down in the description of the task. The result and conclusions of this discussion can be reviewed in the action list of T2.4.1.
              • It was decided that the partners who not attended this kick-off meeting and have not expressed their contributions to the work on the task (TUKE, TU Crete) will receive a general reminder.

              T2.4.5 - Methods for building alternative KPIs
              • In the kick-off meeting for T2.4.5 it was decided that the work should be closely aligned to the work of T2.4.1. For the work on alternative KPIs the results and outcomes of T2.4.1 is needed. This is expressed also in the action list of this task.

              T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide
              • Due to the fact that DNV as one of the 3 partners working on this task was not able to participate in this meeting , it was decided to discuss the further work on this task in the post-kick-off meeting on August 17, 2009.
              July 22, 2009
              Joint kick-off meeting for T2.4.6 (Telecon)

              Joint kick-off meeting for Tasks

              T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology

              T2.4.5 - Methods for building alternative KPIs

              T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide

              July 22, 2009, 10:00-13:00, Teleconference



              Agenda

              10:00 - 11:00 T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB
              11:00 - 12:00 T2.4.5 - Methods for building alternative KPIs
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB
              12:00 - 13:00 T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide
              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Setting up an Action List
              • AOB

               


              Short Minutes from the meeting

              T2.4.1 - Development of KPIs for Technology
              • A. Jovanovic and D. Balos welcomed all participants
              • C. Duval asked if it might be possible to shift some MM of EDF from T2.4.4 to T2.4.1.
              • A. Jovanovic answered that it might be a good idea to merge some of the tasks that are related that closely (like the KPI tasks in WP2.4)
              • A. Jovanovic starts the discussion on the contributions of the partners with a general comment. He expressed that iNTeg-Risk is dealing with Emerging Risks and therefore in this task the participants should create a guideline and develop/use a database with examples for KPIs for Emerging Risks. KPIs and examples in this database should be available for the owners and the ones that the owner would like to give access to only.
              • The participants were asked to comment their contributions already written down in the description of the task. The result and conclusions of this discussion can be reviewed in the action list of T2.4.1.
              • It was decided that the partners who not attended this kick-off meeting and have not expressed their contributions to the work on the task (TUKE, TU Crete) will receive a general reminder.

              T2.4.5 - Methods for building alternative KPIs
              • In the kick-off meeting for T2.4.5 it was decided that the work should be closely aligned to the work of T2.4.1. For the work on alternative KPIs the results and outcomes of T2.4.1 is needed. This is expressed also in the action list of this task.

              T2.4.6 - Structuring KPIs at different level of aggregation – from site specific to industry wide
              • Due to the fact that DNV as one of the 3 partners working on this task was not able to participate in this meeting , it was decided to discuss the further work on this task in the post-kick-off meeting on August 17, 2009.
              July 21, 2009
              Kick-off Meeting

              Kick-off meeting for Task 2.2.5

              Principles of Basel II for Emerging Risks

              July 21, 2009, 9:00-10:00, HdW, Stuttgart



              Agenda

              • Review of the Description of Work (Task & Deliverable)
              • Contribution of partners
              • Preparing Action List
              • AOB



              Minutes of the meeting:

              • D. Balos welcomed all participants of the KOM
              • The participants of the meeting discussed Basel II requirements - in particular Pillars and rating systems.
              • Additionally D. Balos gave an overview of running activities in the Basel committee especially regarding the financial crisis 2008/2009.
              • D. Balos pointed out that this task should focus on what is needed additionally for emerging risks. The participants agreed that ideas and a viable rating system are needed.
              • It was suggested to perform/organize a survey or a workshop, after having an objective view on the financial crisis.
              • First actions have been defined, which can be reviewed on the action list of the Task Dashboard for T2.2.6. This plan will be elaborated year by year, as the task duration is very long - until month 42.
              • D. Balos closed the kick-off meeting.
              July 20, 2009
              Telecon for organization of meetings on Sept. 21+22, 2009
              Telecon to discuss agenda and other issue regarding the Brussels meetings
              July 9, 2009
              Telephone Interview ERRA D2 (López de Ipiña, Scheer)
              Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
              July 6, 2009
              9th iNTeg-Risk Open Users' Forum "Organizing events & uploading documents"

              9th iNTeg-Risk open users' forum

              "Organizing events & uploading documents"

              on

              July 6, 2009 at 10:00 (CET)



              This event will be organized to help users in organizing events, dealing with registrations and uploading documents to the web tool of iNTeg-Risk.





              Agenda:                           

              1. How to create and edit events
              2. Dealing with registrations
              3. After an event (e.g. attaching minutes to event etc.)
              4. Uploading documents (events and tasks)
              5. AOB




              Please register by submitting your credentials at registration. When registered, you will receive further instructions how to participate to this open users' forum .

              July 6 - 17, 2009
              5th Virtual Conference on Innovative Production Machines and Systems, IPROMS 2009

              IPROMS 2009

              The Network of Excellence for Innovative Production Machines and Systems, I*PROMS, (http://www.iproms.org/) funded by the EU's FP6 programme and co-ordinated by the Manufacturing Engineering Centre, MEC (http://www.mec.cf.ac.uk/), Cardiff University, will hold the


              5th Virtual Conference on Innovative Production Machines and Systems, IPROMS 2009

              on 6th -17th July 2009.

              (http://conference.iproms.org/)

               

              Important Dates:

              Full paper (6 pages)  deadline - 30 March 2009
              Acceptance notification Early - Mid May 2009
              Final Camera-ready Paper (6 pages) deadline - 1 June 2009
              July 3, 2009
              Telephone Interview ERRA A3 (Zarea, Scheer)
              Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
              July 2, 2009
              Telephone Interview ERRA A1 &C4 (Cusco, Lisbona, Scheer)
              Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
              July 1, 2009
              Internal ZIRN meeting (July 1, 2009)

              Internal ZIRN meeting
              to discuss several topics related to iNTeg-Risk and the framework in particular.

              Objectives:
              Jour fix & IRGC Briefing


              on July 1, 2009 at 13:00 in Stuttgart (Seidenstrasse 36)
              July 1, 2009
              ZIRN_internal Working Meeting III (T1.6.1)
              Internal Meeting to discuss upcoming ZIRN related worksteps and work sharing

              Partidipants:
              - Ortwin Renn
              - Sasa Jovanovic
              - Michael Loescher
              - Pia Schweizer
              - Dirk Scheer
              July 1, 2009
              SP2 Executive Board Committee conference call

              SP2 Executive Board Committee conference call

              on

              July, 1  2009 at 10:00 CET


               
              Agenda:

              • Feedback from the QMS meeting with the EC of 13 May (Eu-Vri)
              • Feedback from the 1st annual conference (Eu-Vri)
              • Feedback from the General Assembly (Eu-Vri)
              • Decisions and conclusions of the project EB of 24 June (C. Duval)
              • SP1/SP2 liaisonning (C. Duval)
              • WP2.2 leadership (C. Duval)
              • Tasks updates: for all tasks, for tasks with kick-off before and of June, DoW amendments (C. Duval with all)
              • AOB


              Please register by submitting your credentials at registration.

              Please find instructions how to participate hereafter:

              Teleconference:

              In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number


              912005

               


              You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name.

                                               Numbers for Telecon:

                      Austria*: 0820 4000 1502 (calls answered in German); 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)

                      Belgium: 070 35 9945

                      France: 0826 100 213 (calls answered in French); 0826 100 211 (calls answered in English)

                      Germany: 01805 006 685 (calls answered in German); 01805 006 683 (calls answered in English)

                      Ireland*: 0818 270 007

                      Italy*: 848 390 166

                      Holland: 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English); 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch)

                      Spain*: 902 885 318

                      Sweden: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English); 0939 206 6300 (calls answered in Swedish)

                      Switzerland: 0848 560 190

                      UK: 0870 22 333 33

                      US: 1 641 715 3715

                      SkypeOut: +99 03 769 3322 (calls answered in French); +99 03 769 4922 (calls answered in German); +99 03 769 3122 (calls answered in Dutch); +99 03 769 4622 (calls answered in Swedish); +99 03 769 4422 (calls answered in English)

              *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates). Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

              If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates).

              July 1, 2009
              Telephone Interview ERRA A2 (Schneider, Scheer)
              Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
              July 1, 2009
              ZIRN_internal Working Meeting III (T1.6.7)
              Internal Meeting to discuss upcoming ZIRN related worksteps and work sharing

              Partidipants:
              - Ortwin Renn
              - Sasa Jovanovic
              - Michael Loescher
              - Pia Schweizer
              - Dirk Scheer
               
              July 1, 2009
              ZIRN_internal Working Meeting III (T2.3.7)
              Internal Meeting to discuss upcoming ZIRN related worksteps and work sharing

              Partidipants:
              - Ortwin Renn
              - Sasa Jovanovic
              - Michael Loescher
              - Pia Schweizer
              - Dirk Scheer
               
              June 30, 2009
              Telephone Interview ERRA C3 (Lenkey, Scheer)
              Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
              June 30, 2009
              ERRA C3 working meeting
              Internal working meeting on ERRA C3. Participants: Lenkey(BZF), Jovanovic(R-Tech), D. Balos (R-Tech)
              June 30, 2009
              T2.2.4 Kick-off meeting

              Kick-off meeting for Task 2.2.4

              UML of Emerging Risks - general principles (Emerging Risk Management) and IT aspects

              on June 30, 2009

              at 9:00-12:00

              HdW, Willi-Bleicher-Strasse 19, 3rd floor, room K1, Stuttgart, Germany


              The meeting will be organized as a physical meeting with additional teleconference .



              Preliminary Agenda:

              1. Welcome to the meeting
              2. Introduction of everybody “around the table”
                • Personal field of expertise
                • Involvement in other tasks
              3. Presentation of work plan and work flow diagram
                • Strategy
                • Priorities
                • Assignments of work to participants
                • Meetings
              4. Comments on the work plan
                • Decision
              5. Modelling tool 
              6. Next meeting
              7. AOB
              8. End of meeting




              Screensharing:

              In order to use the screen-sharing mode please follow this link:

              http://www.eu-vri.eu:443

              and supply the access code: integrisk



              Teleconference:

              In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number

              912005

              You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name.

              Numbers for Telecon:
              •    Austria*: 0820 4000 1502 (calls answered in German); 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)
              •    Belgium: 070 35 9945
              •    France: 0826 100 213 (calls answered in French); 0826 100 211 (calls answered in English)
              •    Germany: 01805 006 685 (calls answered in German); 01805 006 683 (calls answered in English)
              •    Ireland*: 0818 270 007
              •    Italy*: 848 390 166
              •    Holland: 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English); 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch)
              •    Spain*: 902 885 318
              •    Sweden: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English); 0939 206 6300 (calls answered in Swedish)
              •    Switzerland: 0848 560 190
              •    UK: 0870 22 333 33
              •    US: 1 641 715 3715  
              •    SkypeOut: +99 03 769 3322 (calls answered in French); +99 03 769 4922 (calls answered in German); +99 03 769 3122 (calls answered in Dutch); +99 03 769 4622 (calls answered in Swedish); +99 03 769 4422 (calls answered in English)

              *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates). Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

              If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates)

              June 29, 2009
              T2.3.2 Telemeeting: planning for the first milestone

              The preliminary agenda:

              1) Discussion on Dow - what do we really mean to do here?

              2) Discussion on Deliverables and delivery dates, especially the first milestone

              3) Organisation of work and attribution of responsibles for the first milestone

              4) Discussion of the kick-off meeting, its timing and possible contemporary to other known project events

               

              Rules for the Teleconference:

              In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number

               

              912005

               

              You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference, then you will have to give your name.

              Numbers for Telecon:

              • Austria*: 0820 4000 1502 (calls answered in German); 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)
              • Belgium: 070 35 9945
              • France: 0826 100 213 (calls answered in French); 0826 100 211 (calls answered in English)
              • Germany: 01805 006 685 (calls answered in German); 01805 006 683 (calls answered in English)
              • Ireland*: 0818 270 007
              • Italy*: 848 390 166
              • Holland: 0870 001 901 (calls answered in English); 0870 001 909 (calls answered in Dutch)
              • Spain*: 902 885 318
              • Sweden: 0939 206 6400 (calls answered in English); 0939 206 6300 (calls answered in Swedish)
              • Switzerland: 0848 560 190
              • UK: 0870 22 333 33
              • US: 1 641 715 3715  
              • SkypeOut: +99 03 769 3322 (calls answered in French); +99 03 769 4922 (calls answered in German); +99 03 769 3122 (calls answered in Dutch); +99 03 769 4622 (calls answered in Swedish); +99 03 769 4422 (calls answered in English)

              *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates). Powwownow does not set the cost of calls – some networks may vary from these prices – for cost confirmation please contact your network provider.

              If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates).
              June 29, 2009
              Kick-off Meeting for SP4 and the first lot of tasks (June 29, 2009)

              Kick-off meeting for SP4 and the first lot of tasks

              MANAGEMENT OF EMERGING RISKS: iNTeg-Risk integrated EU solution, the “iNTeg-Risk One-stop Shop for solutions addressing emerging risks


              The kick-off meeting for Subproject 4 and the first lot of tasks will take place


              in Stuttgart

              Steinbeis-Stiftung, Kienestrasse 37, Conferencing-Room K5


              on June 29, 2009

              10:00-16:00





              Apart from the kick-off meeting of Subproject 4, the following 6 tasks of SP4 will also have their kick-off meeting:

                • T4.2.1 Development of basic IT Safetypedia structure and boundaries
                  (Responsible: EKON)

                • T4.3.1 Inventory of models for integration of KPIs and Risk-observatory for OSH Risks
                  (Responsible: HSE)

                • T4.3.3 Management office of the Risk Monitoring System - Sentinels repository
                  (Responsible: EU-VRi)

                • T4.8.6 Integration, scientific coordination and quality assurance in SP4
                  (Responsible: EU-VRi)

                • T4.10.1 Training infrastructure for professional educations
                  (Responsible: R-Tech)

                • T4.10.7 Example of content : development of the Nanomaterial risk training website
                  (Responsible: CEA)



                  Preliminary agenda

                  10:00 - 10:30  Welcome and roll-call of the participants
                  10:30 - 12:00  Overview of SP4
                  12:00 - 13:00  Overview of T4.2.1, T4.3.1 and T4.3.3,
                  13:00 - 14:00  Lunch
                  14:00 - 15:00  Overview of T4.8.6, T4.10.1 and T4.10.7
                  15:00 - 16:00  Plenary discussion and planning



                  Please register by submitting your credentials at registration.
                  June 26, 2009
                  Telephone Interview ERRA C2 (Øien, Scheer)
                  Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
                  June 24, 2009
                  3rd Executive Board Meeting (as a telecon) (June 24, 2009, 10:00 am)

                  3rd Executive Board meeting


                  on June 24, 2009 at 10:00


                  Objectives: Discuss issues that have been raised at the General Assembly

                  This meeting will be organized as a teleconference.





                  Preliminary Agenda:

                  1. Roll Call
                  2. Review of Task Force Decision from last meeting
                  3. 3 month reporting for months 4-6
                  4. AOB




                  Minutes from the meeting:

                  1. Roll Call
                  Mr. Jovanovic opened the 3rd Executive Board meeting and welcomed all participants.
                  It was decided to put 2 additional items to the agenda under point 4 (AOB). These items are
                  • the issue of the proposed leadership for WP 2.2
                  • Kick-off of SP4 on June 29, 2009 in Stuttgart
                  2. Review of Task Force Decision from last meeting
                  Ms. Duval was asked to explain EDF's concerns about the Task-Force decision from the last EB meeting in Brussels.

                  She explained that from her point of view the decision was not made in the official meeting, but afterwards. T
                  he major concern is that ther e is no involvement of WP-Leaders foreseen in the work of the Task Force . SP2 Leaders have already asked for an update of the DoW involving the WP-Leaders. This should be the taken into account also for the work of the Task Force.

                  Mr. Jovanovic answerwed that if there is the impression that this decision was not an official one made during the EB meeting, then the EB should try to make an official decision on this topic today. Taking into account the suggestions from Ms. Duval, the decision of the last EB meeting should then be modified.
                  Mr. Jovanovic asked the participants to give their opinion about the involvement of the WP-Leaders.

                  • Mr. Cozzani said that he would not like to see all WP-Leaders involved in this, but only the most reliable and most active ones.
                  • Mr. Schneider and Mr. Salvi agreed on this.
                  • Ms. Lenkey said that it would be better to ask the WP-Leaders for their opinion instead of involving them directly into the work of the TF.
                  • Mr. Jovanovic agreed on this and pointed out that this partly involvement of WP-Leaders will be a good solution for the sake of efficency.

                  Mr. Jovanovic conluded by saying that the Task Force must ensure that the WP-Leaders will be informed and asked for their opinion. The SP-Leaders will be asked to nominate the to be involved WP-Leaders for this procedure. All present members of the EB agreed on this.

                  Mr. Debray suggested that the management team should provide the members of the Task Force with a clear calendar and a role definition of the involved persons.

                  Mr. Löscher presented the action plan that was decided on May 13, 2009 in Brussels. The
                  Task Force members will receive this information in the next couple of days together with the role definition of each person. The action plan is the following:
                  • By end of June all Task Leaders will be asked for possible modification requests of the DoW.
                  • These request will be checked by the Task Force (will these changes affect the budget or the final deliverable?) and have to be accepted by September 15, 2009.
                  • The Task Force will propose the accepted modifications to the EB by September 23, 2009. The Executive Board will then discuss the modification requests in the meeting in Brussels.

                  Ms. Lenkey suggested to involve also SP3-Leaders in this Task Force.

                  3. 3 month reporting for months 4-6
                  It was decided that the non-responders will receive an official reminder to report on the progress of their tasks.

                  4. AOB
                  • Leadership of WP 2.2
                    • Mr. Cozzani pointed out that the problem should be solved upfront to the next EB meeting.
                    • Ms. Duval said that this topic is part of the agenda of the next SP2 EB meeting next week and should be discussed there.
                    • It was decided that the SP2 EB will come up with a interim solution that is valid until September 23, when the Executive Board will make a decision for a permanant solution.
                  • The members of the EB were reminded that the kick-off meeting of SP4 will be on June 29, 2009.
                  • Mr. Jovanovic added that there are some tasks (e.g. T1.1.1, T1.1.2, T1.1.3) that are still open and therefore the ending of the tasks will be fomally prolonged to October 31, 2009. All present members of the EB agreed on this.

                  Mr. Jovanovic closed the meeting and thanked all members of the EB for the fruitful discussion.


                  June 23, 2009
                  Telephone Interview ERRA B3 (Trebicki, Scheer)
                  Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
                  June 23, 2009
                  Telephone Interview ERRA D1 (Hansen, Scheer)
                  Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
                  June 23, 2009
                  Telephone Interview ERRA A5 (Wietek, Scheer)
                  Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
                  June 23 - 26, 2009
                  UAV Flights in Zaragoza, Spain

                  First UAV flights campaign on a gas pipeline in Spain.

                  Schedule:

                  1. 23rd June: Inspection of foreseen flight zone: take off and landing places.
                  2. 24th June: Test flights to check UAV behavior, camera adjustment, coordinates of right of way of pipeline.
                  3. 25th June: Flights in selected area
                  4. 26th June: Debriefing meeting to check the initial results of the tests.
                  June 22, 2009
                  Telephone Interview ERRA A4 (Uguccioni, Scheer)
                  Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
                  June 22, 2009
                  Telephone Interview ERRA B2 (Krause, Scheer)
                  Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
                  June 22, 2009
                  Telephone Interview ERRA D4 (Bos, Scheer)
                  Eliciting the "state-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
                  June 17, 2009
                  Telephone Interview ERRA B1 (Rieber, Scheer)
                  Eliciting the "State-of-the-art in dealing with emerging risks in ERRAs"
                  June 12, 2009
                  2009-06-12_ERRA A5 Telephone Conference
                  TC to discuss results of the 1st iNTeg-Risk Conference and the following workshop on KPIs.
                  June 11, 2009
                  T1.3.2 B2:Next telephone conference
                  Next telephone conference on ERRA B2: Use of template for B2 deliverables.
                  Telcon will be held using skype.
                  Please send skype name tol ulrich.krause020159, if not already done.
                  June 10, 2009
                  iNTeg-Risk open users' forum: "Collaborative Documents" - Alternative meeting (June 10, 2009, 10:00)

                  8th iNTeg-Risk open users' forum

                  "Collaborative Documents" (Alternative meeting)

                  on

                    June 10, 2009 at 10:00 (CET)


                  This event will be organized to introduce the users to the collaborative authoring section within the iNTeg-Risk web tool to enable them working on collaborative documents for their task deliverables.




                  Agenda
                  :


                  1. The benefit of Collaborative Authoring (edit history, version control, user rights)
                  2. How to access the Collaborative Documents
                  3. Editing the Collaborative Document (user manual available)
                  4. Comments to the Collaborative Document
                  5. AOB


                  Please register by submitting your credentials at registration. When registered, you will receive further instructions how to participate to this open users' forum .

                  June 4, 2009
                  T2.2.4 preparation meeting
                  T2.2.4 preparation meeting

                  Agenda:
                  1. Review of DoW
                  2. Date of Kick-off
                  3. Workplan
                  4. Presentation of UML (M. Ström)

                  June 4, 2009
                  1st iNTeg-Risk General Assembly in Stuttgart (June 4, 2009) - mandatory for iNTeg-Risk partners

                  1st iNTeg-Risk General Assembly


                  June 4, 2009, Stuttgart (16:00-18:00 p.m.)

                  Haus der Wirtschaft
                  Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19
                  70174 Stuttgart, Germany

                   

                  Bertha-Benz-Saal www.hausderwirtschaft.de


                   integ-risk-screenshots010.jpg


                  Registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=210

                   




                  Preliminary Agenda

                  NOTE: Only "main beneficiaries" in the project are contractually obliged to be present or legally represented at the General Assembly. The "Article 10 partners" and IAB members are invited and their participation as observer (no voting rights) is appreciated.

                  15:30 - 16:00

                  Registration and getting together (coffee)


                  16:00 - 16:30

                  1. Welcome

                  2. Roll-call of participants

                  3. Approval of the agenda


                  16:30- 17:00

                  4. Presentation of results from board meetings

                  • 1 st Executive Board meeting (March 16, 2009)
                    http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/ma/DashboardEvent.aspx?eid=158#Documents
                    • 3 month short reporting introduced
                    • Procedure for reminding delayed or non-reporting partners (1 st first message,2 nd first reminder,3 rd second reminder,4 th decision of WP / SP Leader and EB member about expulsion
                    • Possible and first practical problems of non-performance (confidentiality) and breaches) discussed
                  • 2 nd Executive Board meeting (May 13, 2009)
                    http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/ma/DashboardEvent.aspx?eid=166
                    • Web tool accepted by the EU
                    • Presented procedures and tools reconfirmed (cf. Grant Agreement / DoW / Task 5.2.4) as mandatory part of QMS in iNTeg-Risk for all project partners during the project work
                    • Dealing with non-performing partners and breaches - potential problems discussed
                    • Task Force for proposed modifications to DoW
                  • 1 st IAB meeting (June 3, 2009)
                    http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/ma/DashboardEvent.aspx?eid=145
                    • Nomination of Chairperson and Rappoerteur
                    • 3-5 important aspects, critical points and recommendations from IAB members
                  • Discussion
                  • Vote: Approval of the work of the EB in the first 6 months of the project

                  17:00- 17:15

                  5. Review of Grant Agreement and Amendments to the Grant Agreement


                  17:15- 17:30

                  6. Review ofConsortium Agreement and Amendments to the CA

                  • Amendment No. 1 to the Consortium Agreement
                    http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/home.aspx?lan=230&tab=425&itm=427&pag=420
                    • Main issue (Article 2 in CA Amendment No. 1): "Electronic signature" as equivalent to the amendment procedure specified in A rticle 11.4 of the CA
                    • Status: accepted
                  • Amendment No. 2 to the Consortium Agreement
                    http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/home.aspx?lan=230&tab=425&itm=427&pag=420
                    • Main Issue: Implement d ecisions from the Executive Board meetings to the contract. Four main decisions are listed below:
                      • Decision on 3 month short reporting to Article 6.3.3.2 and 6.4 of the CA
                      • Decision on breaches to Article 4.2 and 9.7 of the CA
                      • Decision on the mandatory use of the web tool to Article 6.2 of the CA
                      • Decision on the Task Force for proposed modifications of the DoW
                    • Status: The modifications agreed at the EB will be embedded into the CA and the respected Amendment submitted for approval
                  • Open issues in the Consortium Agreement - Miscellaneous
                  • Discussion

                  17:30 - 17:45

                  7. Planning for 2009-2010

                  • Start of SP4
                  • 3 month reporting (May 31, 2009)
                  • Annual reporting (Dec. 1, 2009)
                  • Next C onference in September 2010 (Leipzig? Other candidates?)
                  • Next General Assembly again linked to the Conference?
                  • Discussion

                  17:45 - 18:00

                  8. AOB - Final discussion


                  18:00

                  End of the meeting

                   


                  Links to the main documents:

                   

                  Voting rules and quorum (Article 6.2.3 of the Consortium Agreement)

                  "Each Consortium Body shall not deliberate and decide validly unless a quorum of two-thirds (2/3) of its members are present or represented (quorum). Each Member of a Consortium Body present or represented in the meeting shall have voting rights according to its involvement in the project:

                  • major contributors have 3 votes (total budget > 500 k€),
                  • medium contributors 2 votes (200 k€ < total budget < 500 k€),
                  • minor contributors 1 vote (total budget < 200 k€).

                  Defaulting Party members may not vote. Decisions shall be taken by a majority of two-thirds (2/3) of the votes."

                  June 4, 2009
                  iNTeg-Risk Post-conference Workshop in Stuttgart (June 4, 2009) - open for all (Project partners: 100 € + VAT, other participants: 250 € + VAT)

                  iNTeg-Risk Post-Conference Workshop

                  iNTeg-Risk - How to build KPIs for emerging risks and new technologies



                  on June 4, 2009 in Stuttgart (9:00-15:30 p.m.)


                  Further information for this workshop (agenda/program) will follow.

                  The workshop will be organized by Steinbeis R-Tech, DNV, DTU and EU-VRi

                  venue: http://www.hausderwirtschaft.de/


                  Please find a draft version of the event booklet under following link:

                  http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=1373




                  Registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=210


                  Please find a compiled pdf-version and a compressed zip-folder of all presentations from the Workshop under the following links


                   

                  Compiled presentations (pdf)

                   

                  Compressed Folder (zip)






                   

                  Post Conference Workshop on KPIs/SPIs :
                  iNTeg-Risk - How to build KPIs
                  for emerging risks and new technologies


                  Agenda

                  June 4, 2009

                  Haus der Wirtschaft, Stuttgart, Germany

                  Bertha-Benz-Saal, www.hausderwirtschaft.de

                  www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu

                  Organizing Committee:


                  H. B. Andersen, DTU, Denmark

                  V. Cozzani, Univ. of Bologna, Italy

                  C. Duval, EDF, France

                  M. Hailwood, Chair OECD Working Group on Chemical Accidents, Germany

                  P. F. Hansen, DNV, Norway

                  Ch. Jochum, EPSC, UK

                  A. Jovanovic, EU-VRi, Germany (Chair)

                  G. Kuhn, BASF, Germany

                  O. Salvi, EU-VRi, Germany

                  P.-A. Schieb, OECD, France


                  NOTE: The workshop is planned as a meeting occasion for ALL iNTeg-Risk partners, all other project members (Art. 10. IAB members,...) and it is open to external participants.

                  08:30– 09:00

                  Registration and getting together


                  09:00 – 10:30

                  1. Session - KPIs/SPIs as a generally accepted but partly controversial concept in industry and governance
                  (Chair: A. Jovanovic, EU-VRi, Germany; G. Kuhn, BASF, Germany )

                  1.1 Methodology to build Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): for industrial or occupational safety? How to build efficient KPIs? - C. Duval, Y. Dien, M. Voirin, EDF, France <presentation>

                  1.2 An example of process industry position towards KPIs - G. Kuhn, BASF, Germany <presentation> 

                  1.3 Overview of KPIs approached and practices and their possible use for emerging risks (example insurance/reinsurance - ERRA A2) - A. Jovanovic, EU-VRi, Germany, R. Schneider, Swiss Re, Switzerland  <presentation>


                  10:30 – 11:00

                  Coffee break


                  11:00 – 12:30

                  2. Session - KPIs/SPIs in iNTeg-Risk
                  (Chair: B. Debray, INERIS, France; C. Duval, EDF, France )

                  2.1 OECD Guidance on Developing Safety Performance Indicators related to Chemical Accident Prevention, Preparedness and Response – Potential for application to areas of emerging risks - L. Cusco, HSL, UK; M. Hailwood, Chair OECD Working Group on Chemical Accidents, Germany <presentation>

                  2.2 KPIs for Human Factors and Safety Management: Status and prospects - H. B. Andersen, DTU, Denmark <presentation>

                  2.3 General Concept of KPIs in iNTeg-Risk (ERRA D1) - P. F. Hansen, T. G. Saetren, DNV, Norway <presentation>

                  2.4 On-line monitoring and assessment of emerging risk in conventional industrial plants - possible way to implement integrated risk management approach and KPIs (ERRA C3)- G. Lenkey, BZF, Hungary; P. Stanojevic, NIS, Serbia; A. Jovanovic, EU-VRi, Germany <presentation was cancelled>


                  12:30 – 13:30

                  Lunch


                  13:30 – 15:00

                  3. Session - Applying KPIs in ERRAs of iNTeg-Risk project (ERRA = Emerging Risk Representative Application)
                  (Chair: G. Lenkey, BZF, Hungary; M. Zarea, GDF SUEZ, France)

                  3.1 Applying KPIs in: Challenges to safety posed by outsourcing of critical tasks - in oil, gas, petrochemical and construction industries, DTU (ERRA C1) -H. B. Andersen, J. Thommesen, DTU, Denmark <presentation>

                  3.2 Applying KPIs in: Emerging risks related to the industrial use of automated surveillance of linear industrial infrastructure, GDF (ERRA A3) -Ch. Schmidt, Definiens, Germany, M. Zarea, GDF-Suez, France <presentation_Zarea> <presentation_Schmidt> 
                  <presentation_Buschmann> 

                  3.3 Applying KPIs in:The use of KPIs to identify emerging risks related to advanced Liquid Natural Gas(LNG) regasification technologies (ERRA A4) -V. Cozzani, CONPRICI, C. Giorgini, Saipem Energy Services, G. Uguccioni, D'Appolonia , Italy <presentation> 

                  3.4 Applying KPIs in: Emerging risks related to development and use of advanced engineering materials, composite materials, KMM-VIN (ERRA B3) -K. Dolinski, J. Trebicki, KMM-VIN, Poland <presentation>

                  3.5 Applying KPIs in: Remote operation in environmentally sensitive areas, SINTEF (ERRA C2) -K. Øien, SINTEF, Norway <presentation>

                  3.6 Industrial safety indicators: rationale and practical application to NaTech Risks (ERRA D2) - B. Affeltranger, Ch. Mazri, M. Reimeringer, INERIS, France <presentation>

                   


                  15:00 – 15:30

                  Final Discussion
                  (Chair: K. Maile, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany; H.B. Andersen, DTU, Denmark )


                  15:30

                  End of the Workshop


                  Note:The Genaral Assembly of iNTeg-Risk project will take place in the follow-up of theWorkshop - please see the "GA Agenda"

                   

                  June 3, 2009
                  iNTeg-Risk IAB meeting in Stuttgart (June 3, 2009) - reserved for the IAB members only

                  iNTeg-Risk IAB meeting


                  Meeting of the iNTeg-Risk International Advisory Board
                  on

                  June 3, 2009, Stuttgart (16:00 -18:30 p.m.)

                  Haus der Wirtschaft
                  Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19
                  70174 Stuttgart, Germany

                   



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                  Registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=210




                  Draft Agenda


                  16:00   Welcome addresses and round table
                             
                  16:30   Objectives of the IAB, Olivier Salvi

                  16:45   Nomination of the Chairperson and Rapporteur

                  17:00   Review of the project objectives and workplan

                  Based on the information of the project presented during the conference, each Member of the IAB will present in 5-10 min her/his comments on the project following the following structure:

                  a) 3 to 5 important aspects of iNTeg-Risk (activities, features of the project)  because they will solve important issues for the industry and the society or because they are very innovative.

                  b) 3 to 5 not relevant or critical points of iNTeg-Risk (activities, features of the project) that need actions from the Management Team, to revise the activities or take specific measures.

                  c) 3 to 5 recommendations to the Management Team.


                  18:00   Wrap-up and conclusions

                  18:30   Adjourn

                  19:00  Dinner of the IAB






                  June 3, 2009
                  ERRA D2 KoM

                  Technical meeting for the coordination of activities of ERRA D2:

                  • Work plan
                  • Activities already carried out
                  • Coming activities
                  • Management of the project
                  • Questions and suggestions

                  The meeting will be during the 1st iNTeg-Risk Conference in Stuttgart from 15:30 to 16:30 on June 3, 2009 in the "Konferenzraum Ulm" on the 2nd floor of Haus der Wirtschaft.

                  June 2, 2009
                  Task Meeting 2.3.8 and 2.4.8 and 2.5.3
                  Joint Kick-off Meeting for the three corresponding tasks
                  June 2, 2009
                  iNTeg-Risk Conference Dinner 2009 in Stuttgart (June 2, 2009) - for all registered participants (free for participants of the conference)

                  iNTeg-Risk Conference Dinner 2009

                  June 2, 2009, 18:00-20:00, Stuttgart

                  Haus der Wirtschaft
                  Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19
                  70174 Stuttgart, Germany

                   



                   integ-risk-screenshots010.jpg


                  June 2, 2009
                  ZIRN_external meeting I (T 2.3.7)
                  Pls. note that we meet

                  June 2, 18.00-19.00 (meeting point conference reception)

                  Aim: discussion of task on modelling perception of emerging risks T2.3.7

                  Participants:
                  Sasa Jovanovic
                  Ortwin Renn
                  Henning Boje Andersen
                  Dirk Scheer
                  Michael Loescher
                  Pia-Johanna Schweizer

                  June 2 - 4, 2009
                  1st Integ-Risk Conference
                  First Integrisk conference in STUTTGART
                  June 2 - 3, 2009
                  1st iNTeg-Risk Conference 2009 in Stuttgart (June 2-3, 2009) - open for all, mandatory for iNTeg-Risk partners (Project partners: 200 € + VAT, other participants: 450 € + VAT)

                  1st iNTeg-Risk Conference 2009

                  June 2-3, 2009, Stuttgart
                  Haus der Wirtschaft
                  Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19
                  70174 Stuttgart, Germany

                   



                   

                  Please find a draft version of the event booklet under following link:
                  http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=1373

                  Registration: http://www.eu-vri.eu/fwlink/?LinkID=210

                   


                  Please find a compiled pdf-version and a compressed zip-folder of all presentations from the Main Conference under the following links


                   

                  Compiled presentations (pdf)

                   

                  Compressed Folder (zip)


                   

                  1 st iNTeg-Risk Conference:
                  Dealing with Risks of Tomorrow’s Technologies

                  Agenda

                  June 2-3, 2009
                  Haus der Wirtschaft, Stuttgart, Germany
                  König-Karl-Halle, www.hausderwirtschaft.de

                  www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu


                  organized by EU-VRi (European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management) in cooperation with ETPIS (European Technology Platform on Industrial Safety), EU-OSHA (European Agency for Safety and Health at Work), Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies and Steinbeis GmbH & Co. KG für Technologietransfer (StC)

                   

                  Program Committee:

                  Conference Board:

                  Organization Committee:

                  F. Bagnoli
                  D’Appolonia, Italy

                  H. Behrens
                  DIN, Germany

                  A. Boenke
                  EC DG Enterprise and Industry

                  V. Cozzani
                  CONPRICI, Italy

                  L. Cusco
                  HSE/HSL, UK

                  B. Debray
                  INERIS, France

                  C. Duval
                  EDF, France

                  U. Haug
                  Steinbeis Int., Germany

                  S. Jovanovic
                  Steinbeis R-Tech, Germany

                  G. Lenkey
                  BZF, Hungary

                  J. López de Ipiña
                  LEIA, Spain

                  K. Maile
                  MPA Stuttgart, Germany

                  R. Nomen
                  Univ. Ramon Llull, Spain

                  A. Pirlet
                  CEN, Belgium

                  O. Renn (chair)
                  ZIRN Univ. Stuttgart, Germany

                  O. Salvi (co-chair)
                  EU-VRi

                  R. Schneider
                  Swiss Re, Switzerland

                  H. Wenzel
                  VCE, Austria

                  M. Zarea
                  GDF SUEZ, France

                  T. Bahke
                  Director DIN, Germany

                  S. Bowadt
                  EC DG Research

                  D. Bresch
                  CRO Swiss Re, Switzerland

                  W. Gerhardt
                  Vice President BASF, Germany

                  M. Hailwood
                  Landesanstalt für Umwelt, Messungen und Naturschutz BW, Germany

                  C. Jochum
                  Chairman ETPIS, EU

                  A. Jovanovic (chair)
                  CEO EU-VRi, Germany

                  Ph. Klein
                  Head of Risk Management Department EDF, France

                  V. Laflèche
                  General Director INERIS, France

                  A. Moreno Ucelay
                  Chairman PESI, Spain

                  J.J. Meulenbrugge
                  TNO, Netherlands

                  W. Ressel
                  President Univ. Stuttgart, Germany

                  E. Rial Gonzáles
                  Head of European Risk Observatory EU-OSHA

                  R. X. Ruter
                  Partner Ernst & Young, Germany

                  P.-A. Schieb
                  Head of OECD Futures Projects, France

                  H. Trasch
                  President Steinbeis, Germany

                  D. Balos (chair)
                  Steinbeis R-Tech

                  P. P. Das
                  Steinbeis R-Tech

                  R. Kokejl
                  ZIRN Univ. Stuttgart

                  E. M. Lenart
                  ELITE

                  M. Löscher
                  EU-VRi

                  V. Mihajlovic
                  Steinbeis R-Tech

                  A. Reinhardt
                  Steinbeis

                  T. Sakurai
                  Steinbeis R-Tech

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  CONTACT:
                  R. Kokejl (Conference)
                  Tel: +49 711 1839 616
                  E. M. Lenart (Exhibition)
                  Tel:+49 2408 6969
                  integrisk-conference1@eu-vri.eu

                  NOTE: The conference is planned as a meeting occasion for ALL iNTeg-Risk project partners ("main beneficiaries", "Article 10 partner", "Subcontractors" and "IAB members") and their participation is foreseen in the Grant Agreement (Description of Work).

                  June 2, 2009

                  König-Karl-Halle

                  08:00 – 09:00

                  Registration and getting together - visiting the exhibition

                  (Coffee & refreshments)


                  09:00 – 10:30

                  1. Welcome & Introductory session
                  (Chair: W. Gerhardt, BASF, Germany; Ph. Klein, EDF; V. Laflèche, INERIS, France )

                  1.1 Welcome – Innovations Stabilize Existences and Jobs - H. Trasch, President Steinbeis Foundation, Germany *presentation*

                  1.2 Welcome -Role of EU programs and large EU Projects in defining and performing of national R&D in the area of new technologies - H. Bauer, Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany *presentation*

                  1.3 Welcome - Aligning national and EU efforts in the area of future-oriented innovation and education - C. Dumon, Consul General of France, Stuttgart, Germany *presentation*

                  1.4 European RTD and emerging risks related to new technologies – S. Bowadt, EC DG Research, EU *presentation*

                  1.5 EU-VRi – a common sustainable response of the European stakeholders to the needs of integrated risk management - V. Laflèche, Director General , INERIS, France *presentation*

                  1.6 Academic education for emerging issues - how to keep abreast - W. Ressel, Univ. Stuttgart, Germany *presentation*

                  1.7 iNTeg-Risk project: Providing the basis for a harmonized EU response to the challenges of New Technologies – A. Jovanovic, CEO EU-VRi, iNTeg-Risk Project Coordinator, Germany *presentation*


                  10:30 – 11:00

                  Coffee break - visiting the exhibition


                  11:00 – 12:30

                  2. Emerging Risks related to new technologies – the European perspective
                  (Chair: A. Jovanovic, EU-VRi, Germany; O. Renn, ZIRN Univ. Stuttgart, Germany P.-A. Schieb, OECD, France)

                  2.1 European Technology Platform on Industrial Safety (ETPIS) as a catalyst of matching stakeholder needs within EU research - C. Jochum, Chairman ETPIS, Germany *presentation*

                  2.2 Healthy workplaces, "Good for you, good for your business" a European campaign on Risk Assessment – E. Brun, EU-OSHA, EU *presentation*

                  2.3 How the industry copes with emerging risks due to new technologies – the case of nanotechnology at BASF - W. Gerhardt, BASF, Germany *presentation*

                  2.4 Industry response to risks emerging from human and organizational changes – Ph. Klein, EDF, France *presentation*

                  2.5 Emerging risks in public perception: Will we face an acceptance crisis? – O. Renn, ZIRN Univ. Stuttgart *presentation*


                  12:30 – 13:30

                  Lunch (buffet) in the iNTeg-Risk Exhibition area


                  13:30 – 14:45

                  3. Emerging Risks related to new technologies – international perspective
                  (Chair: M. Brun, EU-OSHA; C. Jochum, ETPIS, Germany)

                  3.1 New Technologies and Corporate Responsibility ― The role of Carbon Accounting - S. Barthelmes, R. X. Ruter, Ernst & Young, Germany *presentation*

                  3.2 Embedding HSE risk assessment procedures into R&D process for emerging technologies in Japan - A. Kishimoto, AIST, Japan *presentation*

                  3.3 Situation and Development of Industrial Safety in China - C. F. Huang, B. Zhang and Y. Liu, Risk Analysis Council of China Association for Disaster Prevention, China *presentation*

                  3.4 Recent OECD efforts to harmonize approaches to safety and risk indicators - P.-A. Schieb, OECD, France *presentation*

                  3.5 Opportunities for and expectations of government organizations in EU R&D projects - M. Hailwood, LUBW Landesanstalt für Umwelt, Messungen und Naturschutz Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Chair of the OECD Working Group on Chemical Accidents *presentation*


                  14:45 – 15:00

                  Coffee break - visiting the exhibition


                  15:00 – 16:15

                  4. Emerging issues in emerging risks I
                  (Chair: L. Cusco, HSE/HSL, UK; R. Schneider, Swiss Re, Switzerland)

                  4.1 The limits of engagement in emerging technologies – R. Flynn, Univ. of Salford, UK *presentation*

                  4.2 Emerging risks: a proactive view from insurance industry – R. Schneider, Swiss Re, Switzerland *presentation*

                  4.3 Public Awareness Promoting New or Emerging Risks: The Case of Industrial Accidents Triggered by Natural Hazards - E. Salzano, A. Basco, CNR, Italy; V. Busini, R. Rota, E. Renni, V. Cozzani, CONPRICI, Italy *presentation*

                  4.4 Emerging risks in complex systems – discovering risks in complex system by intelligent simulation of their behavior – H. Fujii, S. Yoshimura, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan *presentation*

                  4.5 Overview of the project "Alfa-Bird" (Alternative fuels and biofuels for aircraft development)- O. Salvi, EU-VRi *presentation*


                  16:15 – 16:30

                  Break - visiting the exhibition


                  16:30 – 17:30

                  5. Emerging issues in emerging risks II
                  (Chair: G. Lenkey, BZF, Hungary; Jesús M López de Ipiña, LEIA, Spain)

                  5.1How the regulator can anticipate and react to emerging risks proportionately - L. Cusco, HSE/HSL, UK *presentation*

                  5.2 Searching for synergies among the EU R&D projects - H. Wenzel, VCE, Austria *presentation*

                  5.3 Use of modern risk appraisal and modeling tools in nanotechnology applications (EU Project MUST) - D. Balos, R-Tech, Germany; N. Filipović, Harvard School of Public Health, US *presentation*

                  5.4 Emerging Risks: How can standardization brokers/organizations support the anticipation and management process - H. Behrens, DIN, Germany *presentation*


                  17:30 – 18:00

                  6. Discussion


                  18:00 – 20:00

                  Conference Dinner (buffet) - exhibition area

                   

                  Dinner Welcome:

                  Large European research projects as a chance for fostering university cooperation and education in emerging scientific areas - C. Fourcaud, Embassy of France, Germany

                  Steinbeis – Competitive Transfer of Technology and Innovation - U. Haug, Steinbeis Foundation, Germany

                   

                  June 3, 2009

                  09:00 – 10:30

                   

                  7. Presenting the iNTeg-Risk project: Corner Stones
                  (Chair: F. Bagnoli, D'Appolonia, Italy; S. Bowadt, EC DG Research, EU)

                  7.1 From Shape-Risk to iNTeg-Risk - O. Salvi, EU-VRi *presentation*

                  7.2 From IRGC Framework and sample applications (ERRAs) to Emerging Risk Management Framework (ERMF) - A. Jovanovic, O. Renn, P. J. Schweizer, ZIRN Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany *presentation*

                  7.3 Non-mandatory forms offered by CEN for consensus building in EU RTD projects -A. Pirlet, CEN, Belgium *presentation*

                  7.4 Catalogue of risks and its limitations - D. Proske, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria *presentation*

                  7.5 Combining LCA and RA for the integrated risk management of emerging risks- Leo Breedveld, 2B Consulenza Ambientale, Italy *presentation*

                  7.6 UML as a tool modeling of risks - M. Ström, Swerea IVF, Sweden *presentation*


                  10:30 – 11:00

                  Coffee break – visiting the exhibition


                  11:00 – 12:30

                  8. Presenting the iNTeg-Risk project: Presenting and analyzing iNTeg-Risk ERRAs (Emerging Risk Representative Industrial Applications) (SP1)
                  (Chair: M. Zarea, GDF SUEZ, France; B. Debray, INERIS, France)

                  8.1 Aspects and needs related to emerging risks within industrial safety area including various dimensions of safety - An EU-Policy Perspective Viewpoint – A. Boenke EC DG Enterprise and Industry, EU *presentation*

                  8.2 From specific industrial problems to a common European approach in iNTeg-Risk ERRAs - M. Zarea, GDF SUEZ, France; B. Debray, INERIS, France *presentation*

                  8.3 Emerging risks due to extreme storage of hazardous materials - U. Krause, BAM, Germany; P. Lerena, SWISSI, Basel, Switzerland *presentation*

                  8.4 Nanotechnologies & SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) - G. Klein, TÜV Süd, Germany *presentation*

                  8.5 Emerging risks in alternative strategies of CO 2 capture and storage - P. Auerkari, S. Holmström, J. Salonen, A.-M. Heikkilä, VTT, Finland *presentation*

                  8.6 Providing common basis for exploring and reporting on emerging risks ("ERRA template") - K. Øien et.al., SINTEF, Norway; E. Kon, EU-VRi, Israel/Germany *presentation*


                  12:30 – 13:45

                  Lunch (buffet) in the iNTeg-Risk Exhibition area


                  13:45 – 15:15

                  9. Presenting the iNTeg-Risk project: Harmonizing the approaches into a common framework (ERMF - Emerging Risks Management Framework) (SP2) (Chair: C. Duval, EDF, France; V. Cozzani, UNIBO, Italy)

                  9.1 How a common solution for emerging risk will look like and be applied - C. Duval, G . Deleuze, EDF, France; V. Cozzani, CONPRICI, Italy *presentation*

                  9.2 Process Improvement and Emerging Risk Management. The CMMI + SAFE Approach- F. Bagnoli, D'Appolonia, Italy *presentation*

                  9.3 Methodology to build Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): for industrial or occupational safety? How to build efficient KPIs? - C. Duval, Y. Dien, M. Voirin, EDF, France *presentation*

                  9.4 Decider: A Fuzzy Multi-Criteria Group Decision Support System Software - J. Ma, J. Lu and G. Zhang, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology UTS, Australia *presentation*

                  9.5 An investigation of the safety attitudes of designers in the Safety-Critical Industries - N. J. Beesley, K. Daniels, A. Cheyne, V. Wimalasiri, Loughborough University, UK *presentation*

                  9.6 The Occupational Risk Model and the ORM tool - I. A. Papazoglou, O. N. Aneziris, M. Konstantinidou, National Centre for Scientific Research "DEMOKRITOS", Greece *presentation*


                  15:15 – 15:30

                  10. Final discussion and break-out session "Where do we want to be in iNTeg- Risk in June 2010, where in June 2013"
                  Panel Discussion : C. Jochum, ETPIS; J.J. Meulenbrugge, TNO; V. Laflèche, INERIS; G. Lenkey, BZF; J. López de Ipiña, LEIA; A. Pirlet, CEN; M. Zarea, GDF-SUEZ; R. Schneider, Swiss Re *presentation*


                  15:30

                  End of the Conference

                  Note: IAB Meeting and Dinner will take place in the follow-up of the conference - please see the "Accompanying Events" Agenda

                  June 2 - 3, 2009
                  iNTeg-Risk Conference Exhibition 2009 in Stuttgart (June 2-3, 2009)

                  iNTeg-Risk Conference Exhibition 2009

                  on June 2-3, 2009 in Stuttgart

                  We are planning an exhibition during the iNTeg-Risk Conference 2009 where all the partner as well as external companies will have the opportunity to present their products and services.


                  Venue: http://www.hausderwirtschaft.de/


                  Please find a draft version of the event booklet under following link:

                  http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/filedown.aspx?file=1373

                  June 2, 2009
                  Task Meeting, WP 2.3.8 and 2.4.8 and 2.5.3
                  WP Leader MiT/Martin Nelke: First Meeting with all work package participants of WP 2.3.8 and 2.4.8 and 2.5.3 to discuss actions and objectives
                  May 28, 2009
                  T1.3.3: ERRA B3 kick-off meeting as a teleconference (May 28, 2009)

                  Task 1.3.3. - ERRA B3 kick-off meeting:

                  Emerging risks related to development and use of advanced engineering materilas, composite materials.

                  The meeting will be organized as a teleconference on

                  May 28, 2009 at 03:00 p.m. (CET, GMT+1).

                   

                  AGENDA

                  1.     Welcome of participants (K. Dolinski, J. Trebicki)

                  2.     Main goals of the ERRA and the current stage of the Project (J. Trebicki)

                  3.     Short presentation of tasks to be done by each ERRA’s Participant (all Participants)

                  4.     Work done so far (all Participants)

                  5.     Understanding of KPIs – discussion in the context of the 1st iNTeg-Risk Workshop, June 4(Discussion)

                  6.     Future work planning (all Participants)

                  7.     AOB

                   

                   

                  Teleconference - How to participate:

                  In order to participate please dial the number from the list below or the attached list (use the one most convenient for you) and use the PIN number

                  912005

                  You have to give this PIN to enter to the conference then you will have to give your name.

                   

                  Numbers for Telecon:

                  ·          Austria * : 0820 4000 1502(calls answered in German); 0820 4000 1503 (calls answered in English)

                  ·          Germany : 01805 006 685(calls answered in German); 01805 006 683 (calls answered in English)

                  ·          UK : 0870 22 333 33

                  ·          SkypeOut: +99 03 769 4422 (calls answered in English); +99 03 769 4922 (calls answered in German)

                  ·          If a dial-in number is not listed for the country you require, please dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates).

                   

                  *The dial-in numbers in these countries are not available for use from mobiles. In these countries, mobile callers should continue to dial +44 870 22 333 33 (calls charged at international rates).

                   

                  May 26, 2009
                  T2.6.6: Internal meeting I
                  Teilnehmer: Ortwin Renn, Dirk Scheer, Pia-Johanna Schweizer

                  Pia-Johanna wird für die Matrix, bestehend aus IRGC Risk Governance Framework und T-H-C-R Fragen entwerfen, die das IRGC Risk Governance Framework spezifizieren. Diese Fragen sollen in die existierende Template integriert werden. Ziel ist es, spezifischen Input für jede ERRA zu erhalten.

                  Endprodukte von T2.6.6 sollen sein:
                  1. Generic template für emerging risks
                  2. Checkliste als computer tool für emerging risks
                  3. Empfehlung für Normierungsbehörden
                  4. Formaler Endbericht
                  Es wurde die enge Zusammenabreit von Dirk und Pia-Johanna vereinbart. Dirk und Pia-Johanna werden ihre Arbeit aufeinander abstimmen, um Redundanzen zu vermeiden. Pia-Johanna wird Dirk bei der inhaltlichen Vorbereitung der Delphi-Workshops unterstützen.
                  May 25, 2009
                  Kick-off meeting Task 2.1.1

                  Kick-off meeting Task 2.1.1 - Telecon

                   

                  Agenda:

                  1) Revision of DoW

                  2) Revision of Deliverables

                  3) Revision of delivery dates

                  4) Coordination of work and attribution of responsibilities

                  5) AOB

                  May 22, 2009
                  iNTeg-Risk open users' forum: "Collaborative Documents" (May 22, 2009, 10:00)

                  8th iNTeg-Risk open users' forum

                  "Collaborative Documents"

                  on

                  May 22 , 2009 at 10:00 (CET)


                  This event will be organized to introduce the users to the collaborative authoring section within the iNTeg-Risk web tool to enable them working on collaborative documents for their task deliverables.




                  Agenda
                  :


                  1. The benefit of Collaborative Authoring (edit history, version control, user rights)
                  2. How to access the Collaborative Documents
                  3. Editing the Collaborative Document (user manual available)
                  4. Comments to the Collaborative Document
                  5. AOB


                  Please register by submitting your credentials at registration. When registered, you will receive further instructions how to participate to this open users' forum .






                  For those you cannot take part in this meeting we have organized an alternative meeting with the same topic on

                  June 10, 2009 at 10:00 (CET)
                  http://www.integrisk.eu-vri.eu/ma/DashboardEvent.aspx?eid=226

                  May 19, 2009
                  Next Telcon
                  telcon on Task 1.3.2 ERRA B2
                  May 19, 2009
                  T1.2.3 - ERRA A3 Telecon (May 19, 2009)

                  Teleconference to follow the advance of works.
                  May 19, 2009
                  ERRA A4 Technical Meeting - Consequence analysis modeling and experimetnal data
                  Technical meeting for the coordination of activities of ERRA A4 partners on consequence modeling and experimental data. Meeting hosted by BAM in Berlin
                  May 13, 2009
                  Telecon to inform WP- and Task Leaders about the presentation of the QMS (May 13, 2009 in Brussels)

                  Telecon to inform WP- and Task Leaders about the presentation of the QMS of iNTeg-Risk



                  May 13, 2009

                  as a teleconference

                  at

                  14:00 – 15:00




                  OBJECTIVES OF THE MEETING:

                  The objective of the meeting is to have the iNTeg-Risk Quality Management System (more detailed below under "AGENDA") approved by the European Commission and the Executive Board members of iNTeg-Risk to establish these procedures and tools as mandatory for all project partners during the project work.

                  Therefore representatives of the European Commission and the Executive Board members (Subproject leaders) and the Management/Support team
                  of iNTeg-Risk will be present at the physical meeting at 10:00-15:00 on May 13, 2009.

                  To inform the Workpackage and Taskleaders about the decisions made and action
                  to be taken, there will be a teleconference at 14:00 on May 13, 2009.




                  AGENDA:


                  14:00 - 15:00      Teleconference with Workpackage Leaders and Task Leaders
                  IV  Presentation and review of the decisions and actions
                  V   Open discussion with questions and answers
                  VI  AOB
                  15:00                    End of the meeting


                  May 13, 2009
                  2nd Executive Board meeting - Presentation of the Quality Management System of iNTeg-Risk (May 13, 2009 in Brussels)