Professional Conferences

Emergency trunk area, 2022:

"Public safety policies".

ROUND TABLE 1. Transversal Room 0B - Wednesday 25: 09:40 - 10:30 a.m.

Analysis of public and private security policies from three axes: the actors, the institutional frameworks (European, state, autonomous and local) and the areas of special interest for these policies. To this end, a theoretical understanding of security / insecurity will be combined with practical knowledge.


> Rodrigo Gartzia, Vice-Minister of Security of the Basque Government.

> Isabel Goicoechea, Undersecretary of the Interior, MIR.

> Amaia Arregi Romarate, 1st Deputy Mayor and Head of the Citizen Security Area of the Bilbao City Council.


> José María Ángel Batalla, Regional Secretary for Safety and Emergencies of the Generalitat Valenciana.

"Sustainability plans in public security services".

ROUND TABLE 2. Transversal Room 0B - Wednesday 25: 11:00 - 11:50 a.m.

Public Security, Emergency and Mobility Services are adapting their staff and resources to the growing demand that society demands of them. In view of this reality, the following questions arise: Are they sustainable? What are the criteria established for sustainability management? Are there plans? What are they like?


> Pedro Luis Izaga, General Director of Emergency Management and Civil Protection, Provincial Council of Bizkaia.

> Adolfo Alustiza, Director of Citizen Security of the Bilbao City Council.

> José Medina Arteaga, Chief Superintendent of the Local Police of the Seville City Council.


> Pedro J. Anitua, consultant specialist in Emergency Attention and Meteorology.

"Are pandemics just a health problem?

Role of Security and Emergency Services in Pandemic Situations".

ROUND TABLE 4. Emergencies Room 0C - Wednesday 25: 12:00 - 12:50 h.

Beyond the strictly health problems, it is necessary to analyze the roles of the different Security and Emergency services in the management of the COVID-19 pandemic. How has this influenced the management of these services? What work has been done? How have they been organized? What lessons have been learned?


> Leonardo Marcos, Director General of Civil Protection, Ministry of the Interior.

> José Luis Quintas Díez, Vice-Minister of Health of the Basque Government.

> David Boneta, Chief Commissioner of the CSUCOT - Comisaría Superior de Coordinación Territorial de los Mosssos d'Esquadra.


> Aitor Mikel Uriarte, Director of Gaming and Shows of the Basque Government.

"The justice system in the face of the management of the COVID-19 pandemic: the need for emergency law".

Transversal Room 0B - Wednesday 25: 1:30 - 2:10 pm

The role of Justice in the pandemic has had a great impact. The assessment of the situations created, as well as the need to have an emergency law that allows the management of this, in accordance with the rights of citizenship.


> Ignacio José Subijana, president of the High Court of Justice of the Basque Country.


> Raúl G. Sánchez, PhD Professor of Procedural Law, director of the School of Legal Practice at the Universidad Pablo de Olavide (Seville).

"Safety and self-protection plans".

ROUNDTABLE 7. Transversal Room 0B - Wednesday 25: 15:30 - 16:20 h

There are many activities and massive events that take place and with them the high risk that, in certain situations, serious incidents and even victims may occur. Efficient and studied Safety and Self-Protection plans avoid them and safeguard people.


> Andoni Oleagordia, Director of Civil Protection of the Bilbao City Council.

> Juan Ignacio Añibarro, Secretary General of Athletic Club, Director of Operations.

> Jorge Salgueiro, president of AECRA and Legal Director of FES.


> José Antonio Vicho, expert in security at large events and self-protection plans, former deputy commissioner of the Local Police of Vitoria.

"The protection of critical and strategic infrastructures ..

Optimize its security against deliberate aggression, especially against terrorist attacks".

ROUND TABLE 9. Transversal Room 0B - Wednesday 25: 17:00 - 18:00 h

Study of the actions necessary to optimize the security of critical infrastructures, mainly in the area of protection against deliberate aggressions and, especially, against terrorist attacks.


> José Luis Pérez Pajuelo, director of the National Center for Critical Infrastructure, CNPIC.

> Jesús Urien, head of Business Security Solutions Euskadi and Navarra at PwC.

> Sergio Gómez, Commercial Director, Security and Critical Infrastructure, AMPER Group.

>José Julián Isturitz, Prof. Dr. general director of Patrimony and Contracting in the Government of the Canary Islands.

"Security training. Present and future".

ROUND TABLE 10. Transversal Room 0B - Wednesday 25: 18:10 - 19:00 h

The various security and emergency services currently have significant technical training that allows them to integrate properly into their respective jobs, obtain a specialization or acquire the necessary skills at the command level.

This round table will analyze the work and concepts that are currently being developed, as well as the future directions in which they should evolve.


> Andrés Zearreta, General Director of the Basque Police and Emergency Academy.

> Javier Fernández, Commissioner of Training and Development of the Municipal Police of Madrid.

> Representative of the Institute of Emergencies and Public Safety of Andalusia (IESPA) * Representative of the Andalusian Institute of Emergencies and Public Safety (IESPA)

> José Antonio Varela, Chief Intendant of Operational Planning and Infrastructure Protection, Ertzaintza.

"Adverse weather coming".

ROUND TABLE 11. Emergencies Room 0D - Thursday 26: 09:40 - 10:30 a.m.

The Security and Emergency services must respond to the new problems that arise. Within them, it is observed that, more and more frequently, serious events occur due to adverse weather. Is this true? From the meteorological point of view, how can these situations, which have started to become recurrent, be dealt with?


> Margarita Martín, AEMET delegate in the Basque Country.

> Santiago Gaztelumendi, Director of the Meteorology Area of TECNALIA and Coordinator of Euskalmet.


> José Antonio Aranda, head of meteorology at DAEM, Basque Government Security Dept.

"Adverse weather, its impact.

Forest fires in Spain and floods in Central Europe".

Emergency Room 0D - Thursday 26th: 10:50 - 11:30 am

What is the real impact of adverse weather events and how have some specific extreme situations been dealt with? An analysis is needed, specifically on forest fires, floods and their lessons learned.


> Marc Castellnou, Inspector Cap de l'Area Forestal, Bomberos de la Generalitat de Cataluña.

> Francisco Espejo, Deputy Director of Studies and International Relations of the Insurance Compensation Consortium.


> Jon Michelena, General Manager of CEPREVEN.

"Warning Systems and information management in coordination centers".

ROUND TABLE 14. Emergencies Room 0D - Thursday 26th: 12:10 - 13:00 h.

In most cases of events with massive impact, prior warning and information to the population are of vital importance to improve their self-protection. An analysis of the state of the art in warnings for major events, whether meteorological or not, is vital.


> Alejandro Martínez, Director of the 112 Center of the Community of Madrid.

> Cristina Lumbreras, technical director, European Emergency Number Association, EENA.

> Eduardo Acero, Key Account Manager at RPG Ingeniería Audiovisual.


> Iñaki Inoriza, Head of the DAEM Planning Service, Basque Government Security Dept.

"Coordination in reporting in multiple casualty incidents in transportation."

ROUNDTABLE 15. Transversal Room 0B - Thursday 26: 13:20 - 14:10 h

When a major disaster or an attack with multiple victims occurs, it requires a planned and adequate system for transmitting information to the population as a whole, and to the victims and their families in particular. It is necessary to avoid aggravating the situation of tension and anxiety of the general public, as well as their collaboration in order not to hinder the actions of the security, emergency and health services.


>César Mostazo, Captain Civil Guard, Department of Service Analysis, Traffic School of the Civil Guard of Mérida.

> Carlos de Pintos, Head of Emergencies at ADIF.

> Fernando Moreno, head of the Aircraft Accident Victims Assistance Office, OAV.


> Ignacio García Urquizo, Chief Operating Officer of the Bilbao Fire Service.

"Coordination in major events.

European Civil Protection Mechanism".

ROUND TABLE 16. Transversal Room 0E - Thursday 26: 4:00 - 4:50 p.m.

In an event involving multiple victims or major emergencies, multiple security, emergency and health services intervene. It is essential to establish a clear distinction of functions and coordination between all of them in order to avoid dysfunctions.


> Josep Antoni Saumell, Chief Intendant of the DTPS - Technical Division of Security Planning of the Mossos d'Esquadra.

> Benjamín Salvago, Deputy Assistant Director of Operations, Civil Protection and Emergencies, MIR.

> Iván Herreras, Lieutenant Colonel, Chief of the Command Staff, Emergency Support and Intervention Regiment, UME.


>Josu Bujanda, Chief Intendant of the Ertzaintza.

"Current and future challenges for Mobility managers".

ROUND TABLE 17. Transversal Room 0E - Thursday 26th: 17:10 - 18:00 h.

Mobility in urban and peri-urban environments and roads in general require strategies that go hand in hand with sustainable mobility and road safety policies.


> Sonia Díaz de Corcuera, Director of Traffic, Department of Security, Basque Government.

> María Lidón Lozano Pérez, General Secretary of the General Directorate of Traffic -DGT, Ministry of the Interior.

> Ramón Lamiel Villaró, Director of the Servei Català de Trànsit, Generalitat de Catalunya.


> Mar Cogollos Paja, director of AESLEME, Association for the study of spinal cord injury.

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