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1 Civil Protection Management and GIS: the essential connection Drs. ing. A.A.M. Kusse 16 May, 2013

2 2 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Table of contents Introduction Civil Protection Management (CPM) Todays challenges An essential presence for Geo-ICT

3 3 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date More natural disasters occur nowadays

4 4 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Typhoon Sanda (September 15, 2012) Typhoon Bogha (December 11, 2012)

5 5 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Natural disasters on a global scale

6 6 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Leading to greater economic effects UNEP: Economic costs of great natural disasters (US$billion),

7 7 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date And of course man-made disasters

8 8 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Gotthard tunnel inferno (October 2001)

9 9 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date SARS outbreak (July 2003)

10 10 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date How to cope with these disasters? Of course technology can help to a certain level but above all: Organization & Training

11 11 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Civil Protection Management provides a basis In the terms of Protocol I, the expression Civil Protection means accomplishment of those humanitarian tasks intended to protect the civilian population from dangers arising from hostilities, or disasters, and to help recover from the immediate effects, and to ensure the conditions necessary for survival, These tasks are as follows; 1. Warning 2. Evacuation 3. Management of shelters 4. Management of blackout measures 5. Rescue 6. Medical services, including first aid, and religious assistance 7. Fire-fighting 8. Detection and marking of danger areas 9. Decontamination and similar protective measures 10. Provision of emergency accommodation and supplies 11. Emergency assistance in the restoration and maintenance of order in distressed areas 12. Emergency repair of indispensable public utilities 13. Emergency disposal of the dead 14. Assistance in the preservation of objects essential for survival 15. Complementary activities necessary to carry out any of the tasks including planning and organisation Civil protection and its scope are defined in the Protocol additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12th August 1949

12 12 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Capgemini Public Security Transform Police Field (t-Police Field) Transform Police Support (t-Police Support) Police 2.0 and Intelligence-led Policing CCTV, Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR), Mobile Law Enforcement and Policing 2 Civil Protection Management 3 Emergency Management Crisis Systems Country Risk Management Emergency warning systems Justice Services 4 Justice (Civil and Criminal) Case Management Systems Courts Restructuring of internal processes and justice organizations Planning and operating detention transport Interior and Home Affairs 1 National Security Advisory Intelligence Agencies Border Security and Management Passports and ID cards Public Security Practice

13 13 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Capgeminis understanding of Civil Protection Management is based on the Geneva Conventions Definition of Civil Protection Management Example: Levee failures in Greater New Orleans Sociological hazards Technological hazards Geological hazards Hydrological hazards Climatic and atmospheric hazards Wildfire hazard Biospherical hazards Extraterrestrial hazards Natural hazards Man-made hazards In the terms of Protocol I of the Geneva Conventions, the expression Civil Protection means accomplishment of those humanitarian tasks intended To protect the civilian population from dangers arising from hostilities, or disasters, To help it to recover from the immediate effects, and to ensure the conditions necessary for its survival

14 14 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Civil protection uses the principles of five emergency operations: pro-action, prevention, preparation, response, and recovery 5 main stages of Civil Protection Stages Prevention Preparation Response Recovery Study of the causes of disasters, forecasting, public information Implementation of warning systems (e.g. Tsunami Warning System) Satellite detection systems Building blast shelters, and pre-positioning information, supplies and emergency infrastructure Continuous government inventories of grain silos, water purification, mobile refineries, mobile general and disaster mortuary facilities Warning civilians so they can enter protect assets Emergency reserve is provided by specialised military units, especially civil affairs, Military Police, etc. Find and rescue victims, evacuate them to safe places Rebuilding damaged infrastructure, buildings and production Some examples Pro-action The process of actively preventing a war or the release of nuclear weapons Policy analysis, diplomacy, political measures, nuclear disarmament

15 15 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Worldwide you will find in most of the countries that in a Public Security and/or CPM ecosystem always the same organizations are involved

16 16 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Within a generic public and government ecosystem, a variety of different organizations and government agencies are involved in civil protection High complexity of linked organisations Globalisation and Diplomacy Executive Government Interior and Home Affairs PoliceJustice ServicesAir ForceArmy Navy DefencePublic Safety Coast Guard Port and Border Authorities Intelligence Agency Ministry of Interior Courts and Judges Intelligence Agency Military Infrastructure Critical Infrastructure Fire and RescueAmbulances Cities and Regional Government Healthcare Civil Protection Civil

17 17 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Hence….

18 18 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Phase I Jeddah (Makkah CDMC) Requirements and Solution Project leadership for creating a regional crisis management center. Tasks included: Design of the CDMC organization; Conduct awareness sessions for organizations involved; Conduct training session for the CDMC and their collaborating organizations. The municipality of the city of Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) suffered from flash floods in 2009 and This caused over hundreds of casualties In order to be prepared for future crises, the King ordered the establishment of a crisis management center (CDMC) Saudi Aramco is representing the client Client profile Classification

19 19 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Your dashboard will follow that organization and the information that is required

20 20 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date Your Common Operational Picture is at the heart of communication with the stakeholders

21 21 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date An essential presence for Geo-ICT On your digital map you determine: Where the disaster occurs Which areas will be affected Who is potentially at risk What available routes you have for evacuation Which other parties are (operationally) involved Where they are What will happen if someone loses control …. THIS REQUIRES PLANNING AND TRAINING

22 22 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date The planning process

23 23 Copyright © Capgemini All Rights Reserved Presentation Title | Date And than training is required to make the right choices at the right moment So the organizational bodies know what their task is And will behave accordingly Make the right decisions AT THE RIGHT TIME Technology will help you

24 The information contained in this presentation is proprietary. © 2013 Capgemini. All rights reserved. About Capgemini With more than 120,000 people in 40 countries, Capgemini is one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services. The Group reported 2011 global revenues of EUR 9.7 billion. Together with its clients, Capgemini creates and delivers business and technology solutions that fit their needs and drive the results they want. A deeply multicultural organization, Capgemini has developed its own way of working, the Collaborative Business Experience TM, and draws on Rightshore ®, its worldwide delivery model. Rightshore ® is a trademark belonging to Capgemini

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