Research Symposium III: Nuclear Incident (Abroad)

Schedule

  • 8.30 Light Breakfast, Registration & Opportunity to Join EMII
  • 9.00 Welcome – Dennis Keeley, EMII Chairperson
  • 9.10 Introduction – Nuclear Incident Abroad: the National Risk Register & Public Perception. Prof. Caroline McMullan, Gavin D. Brown, & Dr Ann Largey DCU Business School
  • 9.30 Paper One – Ireland’s National Plan for Nuclear Accidents. Dr Ciara McMahon, Programme Manager (Air Quality & Emergency Preparedness), Office of Radiation Protection & Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Protection Agency
  • 10.20 Coffee Top Up & Comfort Break
  • 10.30 Paper Two – The Potential Economic Impact of a Nuclear Accident – An Irish Case Study. Professor Edgar Morgenroth, DCU Business School.
  • 11.20 Final Remarks – Dennis Keeley, EMII Chairperson

Attendance at the event is free for EMII Members but booking is essential as numbers are limited. Please book below.

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Research Symposium II (Food Contamination)

Connected Learning Risk Management Series, Research Symposium II: Food Contamination

Schedule

8.30 Light Breakfast, Registration & Opportunity to Join EMII

9.00 Welcome – Dennis Keeley, EMII Chairperson

9.10 Introduction – Food Contamination: the National Risk Register & Public Perception. Dr Caroline McMullan, Gavin D. Brown, & Dr Ann Largey DCU Business School

9.20 Paper One – Managing Food Safety Crises: Tales from the Frontline. Professor Alan Reilly, Chief Executive Food Safety Authority of Ireland (2009-2015)  

10.10 Paper Two – Food Emergencies: The Investigative Framework. Health Protection Surveillance Centre, HSE: Dr Lois O’Connor, EPIET Fellow, Dr Patricia Garvey, Surveillance Scientist & Dr Paul McKeown, Specialist in Public Health Medicine

11.00 Coffee Top Up & Comfort Break

11.10 Paper Three – Una Fitzgibbon, Director of Marketing, Bord Bia. Food: Protecting Brand Ireland.

12.00 Close – Dennis Keeley, EMII Chairperson

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Research Symposium (Risk Management in Ireland)

The first EMII Research Symposium explored risk management in Ireland, with particular emphasis on theory and practice in risk management at a national level (Government; Defence Forces; ESB).

Four papers were presented:
• Paper One: Briefing on the MEM Framework (2018) Leonard, K.
• Paper Two: Methodology, Process & Outcomes: Delivering the National Risk Assessment (2017) McMullan, C., Brown, G.D., Tully, E., & Craven, T.
• Paper Three: Risk Management in ESB. Sinnott, M., & Hynes, D.
• Paper Four: Defence Forces Approach to strategic risk. Mulcahy, R., & Lavin, D.

Papers from the EMII Research Symposium will be hosted on DORAS, DCU’s Open Access Institutional Repository, in the hope that they can inform good practice in emergency management while expanding the research database available to scholars and practitioners alike.

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