An integral master document comprised of generic and specific chapters covering resilience management of critical infrastructures.
This report will define and contextualise resilience approaches, establish an appropriate definition of CI resilience and identify the documented SOTA on resilience concepts, processes and methods.
The RES-DSP will host the ERMG and Resilience Management Matrix and Audit Toolkit.
This deliverable will report on the E-learning hub structure developed by the RESILENS project to facilitate supporting target CI target users with the use of the project toolkit and ERMG. The initial module (module 1) associated with providing education and training functions will be elaborated. The deliverable will form the basis on which the final RESILENS E-learning will be built on.
This handbook will be developed at task/partner level for efficient project coordination and will include detailed budgeting to maintain financial control of the project.
Resilience Management Steps. Report and Templates. Version 2. [M13] Report on the development of the key resilience management steps and templates.
This will outline the main steps to be taken to interact, inform and learn from other similar projects and initiatives.
Report of the Advisory Board and Key Stakeholders on the Draft ERMG, and their recommendations.
The aim of the dissemination strategy is to ensure that the project is widely disseminated and recognised by the entire key stakeholder environment in Europe. The deliverable will outline steps and plans that will be undertaken by the RESILENS project to meet the dissemination goals.
The methodological infrastructure that the ERMG will be developed upon, in accordance with WP2 outputs and the recommendations of the team of experts.
Final version of the ERMG. This will take into account the findings and outcomes of the Pilot Demonstrations in WP4 and considerations from WP5. The final ERMG will be assimilated into a Web platform and will include the inputs of the table top exercise of the Advisory Board and other stakeholders, as completed in T3.4.
This review report will outline the results of the work which has taken place since the inception of the project and outline the plan for the completion of the project. The report will be discussed at the midterm review meeting which will include the members of the Advisory Board.
A plan outlining how the training and educational materials and methods will be developed to support academic and vocational learning, continuing professional development and educating the wider public.
This deliverable will review the outcomes of the multidisciplinary stakeholder consultation to identify how resilience operates in practice.
Resilience Management Matrix and Audit Toolkit. Report and Finalised Tools. [M13] Report on the development of a GIS based Resilience Management Matrix and Audit Toolkit to allow for quantitative analysis of a geographic area in terms of resilience measures.
Qualitative, Semi-Quantitative and Quantitative Methods and Measures for Resilience Assessment and Enhancement. Version 2. Report and Templates. [M13] Report on the development of the methodology for resilience measurement to realise and implement resilience management procedures.
This report will summarise the outcomes of the project.
This plan will outline processes and methods to conform with privacy and data protection legislation, outline project risks and methods to deal with same and a plan for the ethical use and administration of project data.
Development of a methodological framework to support the organisation and integration of guideline perspectives of various actors and use of resources.
This report will draw together findings from the tasks in WP1 identifying best practices, stakeholder outcomes and end user perspectives and requirements, gaps in the current operationalisation of resilience concepts. The report will inform the basis for the development of WP2 and WP3.
The main mechanisms to build societal and end user interaction with the project and to promote the outcomes of the project.
Autorzy: Ehimen, E.; Sweeney, J.; Dowling, C.; and Hynes, W.
Opublikowane w: Conference Proceedings and Background Papers of the Resilient Cities 2016 Congress, Annual (once a year), 2016, Page(s) Online Proceedings. Article 1
Wydawca: ICLEI Resilient Cities Congress Secretariat
Autorzy: Michael Cooke & Eileen Murphy
Opublikowane w: Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice: Proceedings of ESREL 2016, 2016, ISBN 9781-138029972
Wydawca: CRC Press
Autorzy: Nogal, M. Morales-Napoles, O. and O'Connor, A
Opublikowane w: Proceedings of the Irish Transport Research Network, Sept. 2016, Dublin (Ireland), 2016
Wydawca: Irish Transport Research Network
Autorzy: J. Finger, S. Hasenstein, U. Siebold & I. Häring
Opublikowane w: Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice. Proceedings of the European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2016, Glasgow, 2017, Page(s) 2122-2128, ISBN 978-1-138-02997-2
Wydawca: Taylor & Francis Group
Autorzy: Hynes, W.; Purcell, S.; Walsh, S.W. and Ehimen E.
Opublikowane w: International Risk Governance Council (IRGC) Resource Guide on Resilience, 2016
Wydawca: International Risk Governance Council