SRA-E 2018: Risk & Uncertainty – From Critical Thinking to Practical Impact (SRA-E 2018)
Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 18–20 June 2018
Sunday, 17 June
17:30 - 19:30
Cocktail & Registration Nationalmuseum Jamtli, Address: Museiplan, Östersund
Monday, 18 June
08:30 - 09:00
Registration opens Foyer, building G
09:00 - 09:30
Opening ceremony Auditorium, F214
09:30 - 10:15
Session: KEYNOTE Ann Enander: Prepared to lay life on the line: the everyday of high-risk professions
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Anna Olofsson
A2-01
Keynote abstract
Ann Enander
Swedish Defence University, Karlstad, Sweden
10:15 - 10:40
Fika
10:40 - 12:20
Session: Symposium – Navigating risk and uncertainty in on-line health communication
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Anna Olofsson
S1-01
Symposium abstract
Anna Olofsson 2, Anna Lydia Svalastog 1
1 Ostfold University College, Fredrikstad, Sweden, 2 Risk and Crisis Research Centre Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
S1-02
Knowledge in exchange for personal data – the vulnerability of individual quest for health through the digital "knowledge landscapes"
Srecko Gajovic
University of Zagreb School of Medicine, Croatian Institute for Brain Research, Zagreb, Croatia
S1-03
An integrative bioethics approach to digital online communication
Denis Kos
Centre for integrative bioethics (Zagreb) and Department of information and communication sciences, Faculty of humanities and social sciences, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
S1-04
Personal health narratives as a risk management strategy in the digital society
Anna Lydia Svalastog 1, Anne Leonora Blaakilde 1
1 Department of Health and Social Studies Østfold University College, Halden, Norway, 2 PFI, Region Zealand,, Sorø, Denmark
S1-05
Tap water: Safe and sound or risky business? Swedish parent’s understanding of risks associated with drinking water
Anna Olofsson, Elin Montelius, Jens Ljungdahl
Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Östersund, Sweden
S1-06
The Development of Digital Technologies as Institutionalization of Risk Communication
Christian Fritz-Hoffmann
Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg Working Unit „Sociological Theory“ Faculty 1 Social Sciences, Oldenburg, Germany
10:40 - 12:20
Session: Risk in everyday life, part I
Room: F229
Chair/s: Nandini Anant
S2-01
Exploring the Cushion Hypothesis in the real world
Nandini Anant, Alexa Spence, Richard Tunney
University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
S2-02
Stable or currently changing? Visualizing the trajectories of risk perception over 1.5 years
Nadine Lages, Josianne Kollmann, Luka Johanna Debbeler, Hermann Szymczak, Britta Renner
University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
S2-03
Swedish expert stakeholders’ attitudes toward regulation of nanotechnology
Magnus Jansson, Simon Larsson, Åsa Boholm
University of Gothenburg, Göteborg, Sweden
S2-04
Varietal Diversity of Potatoes in the Risk Society
Dominic Duckett, Carla Barlagne
The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
10:40 - 12:20
Session: Risk and decision analysis in critical infrastructure, part I
Room: G1350
Chair/s: Pär Olausson
S3-01
Blind Spots in Interaction between Actors in Swedish Planning for Critical Infrastructure Protection
Christine Grosse 2, Pär Olausson 1
1 Risk and Crisis Research Center Mid-Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 2 Risk and Crisis Research Center Mid-Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
S3-02
Dynamic risk assessment in the fire-fighting domain: the role of expert intuition
Justin Okoli 1, John Watt 2
1 School of Strategy & Leadership |Coventry University, William Morris Building, Gosford Street, COVENTRY. CV1 5DL, Coventry, United Kingdom, 2 Centre for Decision Analysis and Risk Management. Middlesex University, London. NW4 4BT, Hendon Central, United Kingdom
S3-03
Lessons still unlearned from nuclear disaster: Institutionalizing the role of integrating assorted information in the risk and emergency management framework
Shin-etsu Sugawara 1, Kohta Juraku 2
1 Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo, Japan, 2 Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo, Japan
10:40 - 12:20
Session: Practical impact of risk perception research, part I
Room: G1351
Chair/s: Vivianne Visschers
S4-01
Acceptable risk? Public acceptance of surveillance technology after terror strikes
Misse Wester 1, Johan Giesecke 2
1 Division for risk management and societal safety. Lund university, Lund, Sweden, 2 Karolinska Institutet medical university, Stockholm, Sweden
S4-02
“Contradictio in opinionibus”: The Swiss public’s attitudes and beliefs about antibiotics and antibiotic resistance
Vivianne Visschers, Vanessa Feck, Anne Herrmann
School of Applied Psychology, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Olten, Switzerland
S4-03
Global health governance in the context of risks and uncertanties
Marcia Grisotti, Raphaela Rezende Nogueira Rodrigues
Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil
S4-04
One in ten nurses leave, what about the other nine? Influences on risk perception and decision-making in NHS hospitals
Chris Bennett
King's College London, Peterborough, United Kingdom
S4-05
Social perceptions, communication strategies and national security risks. Lessons learned from an ap p lied research project
Valentin Nicula
The National Institute for Intelligence Studies “Mihai Viteazul” National Intelligence Academy, Bucharest, Romania
10:40 - 12:20
Session: Methods and methodologies in risk research, part I
Room: G1352
Chair/s: Barbara Tiozzo
S5-01
Analysis of online contents on food risk using the web monitoring technique
Barbara Tiozzo, Mirko Ruzza, Mosè Giaretta, Giulia Mascarello, Claudio Mantovani, Licia Ravarotto
Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie, Legnaro, Italy
S5-02
A generic toolkit for probabilistic risk assessments
Ferdinand Diermanse, Rob Brinkman, Didrik Meijer, Paul Holscher
Deltares, Delft, Netherlands
S5-03
Calibrating experts’ probabilistic assessments for improved decision making
Anca Hanea 1, Tina Nane 2
1 University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, 2 Technical University of Delft, Delft, Australia
S5-04
Using statistical modelling methods to understand risk assessment in police custody.
Melanie-Jane Stoneman 1, Lisa Jackson 1, Sarah Dunnett 1, Louise Cooke 2
1 Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering, Loughborough University, Loughborough, United Kingdom, 2 School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University, Loughborough, United Kingdom
S5-05
Dynamic assessment of safety barriers preventing escalation in offshore Oil&Gas
Roberto Bubbico 1, Shenae Lee 2, Daniel Moscati 1, Nicola Paltrinieri 2
1 Department of Chemical, Materials and Environmental Engineering, "Sapienza" University, Rome, Italy, 2 Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway
10:40 - 12:20
Session: Risk management education and practice, part I
Room: G1353
Chair/s: Nina Blom Andersen
S6-01
A Model for Basic Structures for a New Theory of Social Interaction (Samhandling) under Risk
Glenn Egil Torgersen 1, Trygve Steiro 2
1 Norwegian Defence College, Oslo, Norway, 2 Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Institute for Teacher Education, Trondheim, Norway
S6-02
Characterizations and assessments of written plans – Emergency management in higher education
Nina Blom Andersen, Jesper Fløche
Metropolitan University College, København N, Denmark
S6-03
Geographic information in crisis communication
Ivar Svare Holand
Nord University, Steinkjer, Norway
S6-04
Perceptions of risk and mitigation regarding particulate matter exposure in roadwork companies: A qualitative assessment.
Thomas Stege 1, John Bolte 1, 2, Liesbeth Claassen 1, 3, Danielle Timmermans 1, 3
1 National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Bilthoven, Netherlands, 2 Smart Sensor Systems group, Faculty of Technology, Innovation, and Society, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Delft, Netherlands, 3 Amsterdam Public Health research institute, Department of Public and Occupational Health, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands
10:40 - 11:00
Session: Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Tour
Room: Building P, 4th floor
Chair/s:
L1-01
Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Tour
Erna Danielsson
Mid Sweden University Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Östersund, Sweden
12:20 - 13:00
Lunch
13:00 - 13:30
SRA-E General Assembly Auditorium, F214
13:30 - 14:30
Session: PANEL Difficult researchers! Parochial practitioners
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Per Sundström
Can researchers and practitioners understand each other? Can we cooperate? Ideas, myths and truths about how we see each other and how we overcome barriers to cooperation. This panel/session provides insights into successful cooperation but also an understanding about the difficult path to get there. Organized by the Swedish Contingencies Agency (MSB).

CHAIR:
Per Sundström, Head of Research at the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)
Per Sundström is since Jan 2016 Head of Knowledge development and Research, but has been with MSB since 2012. Within this section there is a number of activities all aiming at producing new knowledge or basis for decisions within Societal security. The section is also responsible for MSBs Research funding, with an annual budget of approximately 115 million SEK. Per has previous experience from the Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI) and the Ministry of Defence. Per has a doctoral degree at The Royal institute of Technology (KTH, Stockholm) from 2005 within the area of innovation and product development.

PARTICIPANTS:
Annika Carlsson-Kanyama, Associate Professor, Strategic Sustainability Studies
Annika Carlsson Kanyama has PhD in natural resource management and currently work at KTH as a researcher and docent. She carries out research with relevance to climate change adaptation, urban agriculture and sustainable consumption patterns.

Alexander Cedergren, Associate senior lecturer, Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety, Lund university
Alexander Cedergren, PhD, is an Associate senior lecturer at the Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety at Lund University, Sweden. His main research interests include risk and vulnerability assessment and critical infrastructure resilience. He is affiliated to Lund University Centre for Risk Assessment and Management (LUCRAM) and Lund University Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CenCIP).

Lina Ringberg, Coordinator of Disaster Risk Reduction, City of Malmö
Lina Ringberg works at the City Office Department of Societal Safety and Risk Management in the city of Malmö, Sweden. Lina has a Bachelor in Social Science with a specialisation on International crisis and conflict management. As a DRR, disaster risk reduction coordinator, the focus is both on prevention, preparedness and crisis management. As a DRR coordinator Lina has a broad network, cooperating with researchers among others.

Mirja Törnquist, Environmental engineer at the municipality of Gävle
Mirja Törnquist works at the Department of Spatial Planning at the Municipal Administration for City Planning, mainly with sustainable urban planning. She holds a MSc in Environmental and Water Engineering from Uppsala University, and a Bachelor degree in Education from University of Gävle.
A4-01
Panel abstract
Per Sundström
The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB), Stockholm, Sweden
14:40 - 15:40
Session: Symposium – Risky Behavior: Investigating psychological determinants on an individual, social and situational level
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Susanne Gaube
S7-01
Symposium abstract
Susanne Gaube 1, Hanna Heinrich 1, Eva Lermer 1, 3, Bernhard Streicher 2
1 University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany, 2 UMIT - University for Health Sciences, Hall in Tyrol, Austria, 3 FOM University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich, Germany
S7-02
Sugar increases risk appetite in people low in self-control – A pilot study
Eva Lermer 1, 3, Michaela Pfundmair 2, Dieter Frey 2
1 University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany, 2 LMU Munich, Munich, Germany, 3 FOM University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich, Germany
S7-03
The power of social norms in reducing risky health behavior
Susanne Gaube 1, Dimitrios Tsivrikos 2, Daniel Dollinger 3, Eva Lermer 1, 4
1 University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany, 2 University College London, London, United Kingdom, 3 Technical University of Munich, Garching bei München, Germany, 4 FOM University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich, Germany
S7-04
Introducing Risk Culture as a Framework for Risk Research and Interventions
Bernhard Streicher 1, Eric Eller 2
1 University for Health Sciences - UMIT, Hall, Austria, 2 Ludwig-Maximilian-University, Munich, Germany
14:40 - 15:40
Session: Symposium – Security–Risk–Orientation: Risk analysis and knowledge transfer in the trinational metropolitan region Upper Rhine
Room: F229
Chair/s: Alice Ragueneau
S8-01
Symposium abstract
Alice Ragueneau
University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
S8-02
Distinguishing between effects from pesticide and other agricultural stress on freshwater ecosystems in Romanian streams
Moritz Link, Verena Schreiner, Ralf B. Schäfer, Stefan Kunz, Nadin Graf, Katharina Frisch
University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany, Landau, Germany
S8-03
Framing Effects in Defender-Attacker Games – Results of an Economic Lab Experiment
Sascha Meng, Marcus Wiens, Frank Schultmann
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
S8-04
Revocable anonymisation in video surveillance: a digital cloak of invisibility
Linus Feiten, Sebastian Weydner-Volkmann
University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
14:40 - 15:40
Session: Risk and decision analysis in critical infrastructure, part II
Room: G1350
Chair/s: Christine Grosse
S9-01
Comparative analysis of managerial decision-making in academic settings
Ivana Ilijasic Versic
CESSDA ERIC, Bergen, Norway
S9-02
Deficiencies in the Information Basis for Decision-Making upon Swedish Critical Infrastructure Protection
Große Christine, Larsson Aron, Björkqvist Olof
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
S9-03
On the communication of statistical information about uncertainty in flood risk management
P. Marijn Poortvliet, Martin Knotters
Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands
14:40 - 15:40
Session: Practical impact of risk perception research, part II
Room: G1351
Chair/s: Samuel Domingos
S10-01
Citizens and first line responder’s beliefs about extreme heat weather events demands and coping resources
Samuel Domingos 1, Rui Gaspar 1, 2, João Marôco 1, Hugo Fonseca 3, Wändi Bruine de Bruin 4
1 William James Center for Research, ISPA-Instituto Universitário, Lisboa, Portugal, 2 University of Algarve, Portugal, Faro, Portugal, 3 ISCTE-IUL, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal, 4 Centre for Decision Research, Leeds University Business School, Leeds, United Kingdom
S10-02
Managing Risk, Uncertainty, and Crisis in Electric Power Industry
Mohammad Ebrahimnezhad, Leili Roshan, Amirhosein Sadeghidolatabadi
Graduate School of Management, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, Tehran, Iran
S10-03
Our energy choice: from the analysis of the combined data analysis of public opinion survey and focus groups in Japan
Midori Aoyagi
National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Japan
14:40 - 15:40
Session: The unrecognized risk and crisis management, part I
Room: G1352
Chair/s: Isabel Santos
S11-01
Uncertainty, Risk Communication and Conspiracy Theories: the Recent Ebola Outbreak Response in the Shadow of Mistrust in Guinea
Syna Ouattara 1, Nikolas Århem 2
1 Gothenburg Research Institute (GRI), Göteborg, Sweden, 2 Department of cultural anthropology and ethnology, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
S11-02
Unexpected Event: A Spatiotemporal Inadequacy?
Karim Hardy
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, United States
S11-03
Walking in circles: recurrent forest fires in Portugal
Isabel Santos 1, 2, Lia Vasconcelos 1, Susana Silva 3
1 MARE.NOVA/Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Almada, Portugal, 2 Gê, environmental, risk communication & management consultancy, Palmela, Portugal, 3 ENB, Escola Nacional de Bombeiros, Sintra, Portugal
14:40 - 15:40
Session: Risk and Inequality, part I
Room: G1353
Chair/s: Susanna Öhman
S12-01
Re-decking the MacDonald Bridge: Lessons for Risk Governance, Risk Communication, and Managing the Public's Behavioural Responses
Calvin Burns 1, Kevin Quigley 2
1 University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2 Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
S12-02
Preventing Terrorism: the Role of Equality
Saman Rashid
Risk and Crisis Research Center, Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
S12-03
Methodological applications: Exploring intersectional risk regimes
Susanna Öhman
Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
15:40 - 16:00
Fika
16:00 - 16:20
Guided Campus Tour Foyer, building G
16:20 - 18:00
Session: The new landscape of social media and risk
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Wendy Rowan
S13-01
Liquid provocations for risk and new media
Jamie Wardman
Nottingham University Business School, The University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
S13-02
Online Sexual Victimization in Youth: Predictors for Victimization and Associations to Depressive Symptoms in a Swedish Sample
Heléne Zetterström Dahlqvist 2, Katja Gillander Gådin 1
1 Mid Sweden University, Department of Health Sciences, Sundsvall, Sweden, 2 Mid Sweden University, Department of Health Sciences, Sundsvall, Sweden
S13-03
What’s that nano doing in my soup? Understanding information sharing about nanotechnology in food products on social media
Margôt Kuttschreuter 1, Femke Hilverda 2
1 University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, 2 Vrije University, Amsterdam, Netherlands
S13-04
Disturbing the Clickwrap vortex of eConsent: Engaging the user to reduce risk.
Wendy Rowan, Yvonne O'Connor, Ciara Heavin
Health Information Systems Research Centre, Business Information Systems, Cork University Business School, University College Cork., Cork, Ireland
16:20 - 18:00
Session: Symposium – Climate Change, Actors and the Allocation of Responsibility
Room: F229
Chair/s: Lars Nyberg
S14-01
Symposium abstract
Anna Olofsson 1, Lars Nyberg 2
1 Risk and Crisis Research Centre Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 2 Centre for Climate Security Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden
S14-02
Introduction: Climate Change, Actors and the Allocation of Responsibility
Mikael Granberg 1, Lars Nyberg 1, Anna Olofsson 2
1 Centre for Climate Security Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden, 2 Risk and Crisis Research Centre Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
S14-03
Rainfall intensity and other factors influencing insurance damage caused by floods.
Barbara Blumenthal, Lars Nyberg
Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden
S14-04
Natural hazards, accidents/disasters and data sources - 10 years of experience gathering data to MSB's Naturolycksdatabasen (NDB)
Magnus Johansson
Centre for climate and safety, Karlstad university, Karlstad, Sweden
S14-05
House owners’ narratives on climate related risks: an intersectional analysis
Karin Jarnkvist
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
S14-06
Swedish household’s unwillingness to perform private flood risk reduction
Tonje Grahn 1, Henrik Jaldell 2
1 Center for climate and safety, Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden, 2 Karlstad Business School, Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden
16:20 - 18:00
Session: Theoretical advancements in risk studies, part I
Room: G1350
Chair/s: Jorge Gonzalez Ortega
S15-01
Value Orientations Transition in Risk Society of Globalized China: Should we take actions for Others or for Ourselves?
Man Fang
Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies;, Potsdam, Germany
S15-02
Systemic Risks – Concepts and Suggestions for Risk Governance
Pia-Johanna Schweizer
Instiute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany, Potsdam, Germany
S15-03
Adversarial Statistical Decision Theory: Embracing Adversarial Risk Analysis
David Ríos Insua 1, Jorge González Ortega 1, David Banks 2, Jesus Ríos 3
1 Institute of Mathematical Sciences, CSIC-UAM-UC3M-UCM, Madrid, Spain, 2 Department of Statistical Science, Duke University, Durham, United States, 3 Cognitive Computing Department, IBM Research Division, Yorktown Heights, United States
S15-04
Analysing the Impact of Progress Payment Delays on Construction Projects Cashflow by Using Monte Carlo Simulation
Özlem TÜZ EBESEK 1, Şafak EBESEK 1
1 Mersin University, Mersin, Turkey, 2 İstanbul Technical University, İstanbul, Turkey
S15-05
Philosophy of Risk Within Complex Adaptive Systems
Kari Dakakni
ISU, Ames, United States
16:20 - 18:00
Session: Risk management education and practice, part II
Room: G1351
Chair/s: Ullrika Sahlin
S16-01
A framework for Information Risk maturity
Per Strömsjö
Omegapoint AB, Stockholm, Sweden
S16-02
Risk Communication Challenges during the Fipronil incident
Carla Geijskes
Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority / Office for Risk Assessment and Research, Utrecht, Netherlands, Chair of Risk Assessment and Risk Communication / School for Nutrition, Toxicology and Metabolism / Maastricht University, Maastricht, Netherlands
S16-03
Risk inventory instruments and Risk profiles
Björn Guström
Landstinget Dalarna, Säkerhet och miljöavdelningen, Falun, Sweden
S16-04
Risk management strategies of the signal crayfish across Europe in 2018
Ullrika Sahlin 1, Lennart Edsman 2, Patrik Bohman 2
1 Lund University, Lund, Sweden, 2 Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Öregrund, Sweden
16:20 - 18:00
Session: Methods and methodologies in risk research, part II
Room: G1352
Chair/s: Fatima Nasser
S17-01
Assessing current regulatory methods for nanomaterial toxicity testing with Daphnia magna: updating traditional methods for novel materials to accurately determine risk.
Fatima Nasser, Iseult Lynch
University of Birmingham School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Science, Birmingham, United Kingdom
S17-02
Integration among safety and security protections in the risk evaluation of industrial process facilities
Gabriele Landucci, Ruth Prins, Bibi van den Berg
Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs, Leiden University, Den Haag, Netherlands
S17-03
Processes of governance failure in the nuclear industry and the assessment of governance risk
Jerry Busby 1, Tom Anderson 2
1 Lancaster University, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 2 Bluestream Consulting, Penrith, United Kingdom
S17-04
Searching for side-effects: an institutional analysis of knowledge accumulation on adverse drug reactions over the drug life-cycle
Jarno Hoekman
Innovation Studies Group, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands
S17-05
Are current methods of risk identification fit for the 4.0 industrial revolution?
Ann Parchment
Surrey Business School University of Surrey Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Guildford, United Kingdom
16:20 - 18:00
Session: Risk communication in ’post-fact’ times, part I
Room: G1353
Chair/s: Linda Kvarnlöf
S18-01
Doing crisis preparedness, doing gender: constructions of gender and responsibility during an information campaign.
Linda Kvarnlöf, Elin Montelius
Mid Sweden University, Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Östersund, Sweden
S18-02
Informtion need and information supply. Tox meets Com!
Ruud Weijtens, Ric van Poll
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, Netherlands
S18-03
The constitution of risk communication and uncertainty: an ontological understanding based on the actor-network theory
Dimitrij Umansky
Osnabrueck University of Applied Sciences, Osnabrueck, Germany
16:20 - 16:40
Session: Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Tour
Room: Building P, 4th floor
Chair/s:
L2-01
Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Tour
Erna Danielsson
Mid Sweden University Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Östersund, Sweden
18:10 - 19:30
Session: Poster session & Refreshments
Room: Foyer, building P
Chair/s: Pär Olausson, Erna Danielsson
S19-01
What Determines People's Environmental Behavior? : Through the Integration of TPB and VBN Model
Jihye Kim, Seoyong Kim
Ajou University, Suwon City, Korea, Republic of (South)
S19-02
How Much People Can Pay for Turns of Energy?
Byoung Joon Kim 1, Seoyong Kim 2, Joo Hwnag 2
1 Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South), 2 Ajou universtiy, Suwon, Korea, Republic of (South)
S19-03
Investigating influence from special interests on exposure limits for chemicals
Linda Schenk 1, 2, Gunnar Johanson 1
1 Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, 2 KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
S19-04
Who Are Supporting for Turning from Nuclear Power Energy to Renewable Energy?
Seoyong Kim 1, Byung Joon Kim 2
1 Ajou University, Suwon, Korea, Republic of (South), 2 Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea, Republic of (South)
S19-05
Rhetorical messages of decontamination after nuclear accident – a case study of Japan after 3.11
Aki Siegel
Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden
S19-06
Investigation on the public participation in decision making on environmental policy regarding risks and uncertainties of environmental problems.
Etsuko Yoshida 1, Hiroshi Kagemoto 2, Yoshiaki Akutsu 1
1 Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Chiba, Japan, 2 Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science, Nagasaki, Japan
S19-07
The study on the determinants of acceptance of energy policy by focusing on the psychometric paradigm, political & economy, environmental factors
IeRei Park, SeoYong Kim
Ajou University, SuWon, Korea, Republic of (South)
S19-08
Who Are Skeptics for Climate Change?: Exploring the Role of Value, Perception, Structure in Determinant for Environmental Skepticism
Sunhee Kim 1, Seoyong Kim 2
1 Seowon University, Chungjoo, Korea, Republic of (South), 2 Ajou University, Suwon, Korea, Republic of (South)
S19-09
The Analysis the Relationships between Climate Change and Transformation of Energy at the Individual Level
Seoyong Kim 1, Sunhee Kim 2
1 Ajou University, Suwon, Korea, Republic of (South), 2 Seowon University, Chungjoo, Korea, Republic of (South)
S19-10
What determines consciousness and action for global warming?
Sehyeok Jeon 1, Sungman Hong 2
1 Ajou university, suwon, Korea, Republic of (South), 2 anyang university, anyang, Korea, Republic of (South)
S19-11
Seeking resilience through tourism in Greenland: A cautious outlook in the risky era of climate change
Pär Olausson 1, Evangelia Petridou 1, Dimitri Ioannides 2
1 Risk and Crisis Research Center, Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 2 ETOUR, Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
S19-12
Swedish high school students’ understanding of the risk concept: findings from a questionnaire study
Linda Schenk 1, 2, Leena Arvanitis 3, Karin Haglund 4, Margareta Enghag 5, Karim Hamza 5, Iann Lundegård 5, Andrzej Wojcik 5
1 KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, 2 Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, 3 Blackeberg gymnasium, Stockholm, Sweden, 4 Tumba gymnasium, Stockholm, Sweden, 5 Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
S19-13
Risk Assessment Tools and Techniques
Atousa Khodadadyan
University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom
S19-14
Risk Perception of Terrorist Activity
Saman Rashid, Anna Olofsson
Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
S19-15
Ethical Risks, Frauds, and Insurance Claims
Kari Dakakni
ISU, Ames, United States
S19-16
A system engineering approach to subsea leakage risk management
Marta Bucelli 1, 2, Ingrid Bouwer Utne 3, Pierluigi Salvo Rossi 4, Nicola Paltrinieri 1
1 Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU, Trondheim, Norway, 2 Department of Civil, Chemical, Environmental and Material Engineering, Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, 3 Department of Marine Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU, Trondheim, Norway, 4 Kongsberg Digital, Trondheim, Norway
S19-17
Transferring of risks in the urban planning process – a case study of Arenastaden, Solna municipality
sofia Månsson, Elin Edman
Faculty of Engineering, LTH, Lund, Sweden
S19-18
HOMERISK: Risk management strategies when households face collapsing electricity and digital infrastructure
Linda Kvarnlöf
Mid Sweden University, Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Östersund, Sweden
S19-19
A Corpus-Based Study of the Linguistic Expressions of Risk Exposure
Jochen L. Leidner
Thomson Reuters, London, United Kingdom, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom
S19-20
Using a safety agreement as a tool for communicating and transferring risk in a complex Project
Anna-Karin Davidsson
Structor Riskbyrån, Stockholm, Sweden
S19-21
Uncertainty, Trust, and Preparedness Behaviors: Communicating caring
Louise Lemyre, An Gie Yong
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
S19-22
Communicating earthquake preparedness
Michèle Marti 1, Jörg Matthes 2, Stefan Wiemer 1, Michael Stauffacher 1
1 ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, 2 University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
S19-23
The Impact of Toxic and Chemical Risk Communication in Taiwan: Using Questionnaire
Shao-Kang Chiang 1, Wen-Lian Lee 1, Nian-Chen Lin 2
1 Occupational Safety and Health, Chung-shan Medical University, Taichung City, Taiwan, 2 Department of Public Health, Chung-shan Medical University, Taichung City, Taiwan
S19-24
Thinking otherwise of crisis management: tales from a school fire
Erna Danielsson, Angelika Sjöstedt-Landén
Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
S19-25
Unrecognised Crisis Management – On the fringes of crisis management
Olof Oscarsson
Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
S19-26
Perspectives on household crisis preparedness
Linda Kvarnlöf, Joanna Persson
Department of social sciences, Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Östersund, Sweden
S19-27
Voluntary Organization in Disaster Response
Roine Johansson 1, Erna Danielsson 1, Linda Kvarnlöf 1, Kerstin Eriksson 2
1 Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 2 RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Göteborg, Sweden
S19-28
Biases in statistical decision-making
Jochen Baumeister 1, Eva Lermer 2, 3
1 Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Munich, Germany, 2 University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany, 3 FOM University of Applied Sciences Munich, Munich, Germany
S19-29
The influence of deformability on horizontal diaphragms in the distribution of seismic loads to bracing elements in rectangular buildings
sadek bahar
PhD student, mostaganem, Algeria
Tuesday, 19 June
08:30 - 09:00
Registration opens Foyer, building G
09:00 - 09:15
SRA-E Awards Auditorium, F214
09:15 - 10:00
Session: KEYNOTE Matthias Kohring: Fake News and Vote Choice: A Panel Survey on the Antecedents and Consequences of Fake News Believability in the German Parliamentary Elections
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Seda Kundak
A6-01
Keynote abstract
Matthias Kohring
University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany
10:00 - 10:30
Fika
10:30 - 12:10
Session: The unrecognized risk and crisis management, part II
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Linda Kvarnlöf
S20-01
'We draw on what we know anyway': The meaning and role of local knowledge in natural hazard management.
Gunhild Setten, Haakon Lein
Department of Geography, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
S20-02
Contemporary Risks as Hybrid Constructions
Anna Moraczewska
Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland
S20-03
Disentangling the roles of local communities in flood risk management
Aleksi Räsänen, Gunhild Setten, Haakon Lein
Department of Geography, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
S20-04
Risk, Remembering and Reasoning: The Public Afterlife of the 2014 Wildfire in Sweden
Susann Baez Ullberg
Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology at Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
10:30 - 12:10
Session: Risk in everyday life, part II
Room: F229
Chair/s: Josianne Kollmann
S21-01
Change and Habituation in Risk Perception after Health Risk Feedback
Josianne Kollmann, Nadine Lages, Luka Johanna Debbeler, Hermann Szymczak, Britta Renner
Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
S21-02
Exploring how individuals who work around dogs experience risk and practice safety
Sara Owczarczak-Garstecka 1, 2, Francine Watkins 3, Rob Christley 1, Huadong Yang 4, Carri Westgarth 1
1 Epidemiology and Population Health, University of Liverpool, Liverpool,, United Kingdom, 2 Institute for Risk and Uncertainty, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 3 Department of Public Health & Policy, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 4 Liverpool Management School, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom
S21-03
Polarized perception and consumption of tap and bottled water:
A product- and consumer-oriented survey and blind tasting experiment
Luka Johanna Debbeler 1, Martina Gamp 1, Michael Blumenschein 2, Daniel Keim 2, Britta Renner 2
1 Psychological Assessment & Health Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany, 2 Data Analysis and Visualization Group, Department of Computer Science, University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
S21-04
Risk Creation, Self-Attribution of Responsibility and Risk Behaviours
Ian Dawson
Centre for Risk Research, University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom
S21-05
A Matrix Analysis of Carrying Device-Related Injuries to Preschool Children
Kun Zhang 1, Yoshifumi Nishida 2, Koji Kitamura 2, Yoshiki Mikami 1
1 Nagaoka University of Technology, Nagaoka, Japan, 2 National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan
10:30 - 12:10
Session: Theoretical advancements in risk studies, part II
Room: G1350
Chair/s: Mikael Linnell
S22-01
Value-judgments in extreme scenarios: a case study of flooding risks in Sweden
Per Wikman-Svahn
KTH Royal Institute of technology, Stockholm, Sweden
S22-02
Discussion on Principles of Materialization of Knowledge Risks Related to Digital Mediators in Developing Transhuman Systems in Healthscape
Dina Simunic 1, Srecko Gajovic 2
1 University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb, Croatia, 2 University of Zagreb, Faculty of Medicine, Zagreb, Croatia
S22-03
Emerging perspectives on the role of anticipation in risk theory
Mikael Linnell
Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Höör, Sweden
S22-04
Good Governance of Climate and Energy Risks in the Face of Normative Uncertainties
Behnam Taebi
Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands
S22-05
Understanding the inter-relationship between public perception and public engagement in nuclear issues: A cross-country comparative analysis
Josep Espluga 1, Wilfried Konrad 2, Beatriz Medina 1, Ana Prades 3, Ann Enander 4
1 Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra (Cerdanyola del Val, Spain, 2 DIALOGIK Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft für Kommunikations- und Kooperationsforschung mbH, Stuttgart, Germany, 3 CISOT- CIEMAT (Centro de Investigación Sociotécnica - Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medio Ambientales y Tecnológicas), Barcelona, Spain, 4 Swedish Defence University, Stockholm, Sweden
10:30 - 12:10
Session: Practical impact of risk perception research, part III
Room: G1351
Chair/s: Elin Montelius
S23-01
Climate change beliefs, literacy, and age differences in the UK
George Warren
King's College London, London, United Kingdom
S23-02
Climatic Hazards and Mediating Effects Explaining Climate Change Risk perception in Europe
José M. Echavarren 1, Aiste Balzekiene 2, Audrone Telesiene 2
1 University Pablo Olavide, Seville, Spain, 2 Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania
S23-03
Public risk perceptions of carbon dioxide removal techniques
Elspeth Spence, Nick Pidgeon, Emily Cox
Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom
S23-04
Stakeholder perceptions of risk and uncertainty in climate-adaptive forestry: Genomics for climate-based seed transfer in British Columbia
Kieran M. Findlater, Shannon Hagerman, Robert Kozak
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
S23-05
The Carbon Dilemma: knowledge, perception and support for the alternative utilization of domestic carbon resources in Germany
Roh Pin Lee
Institute of Energy Process Engineering & Chemical Engineering, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany
10:30 - 12:10
Session: Methods and methodologies in risk research, part III
Room: G1352
Chair/s: Charlotte Heinzlef
S24-01
A holistic assessment of urban resilience to floods: a collaborative process between research and end users
Heinzlef Charlotte 1, 2, Vincent Becue 2, Damien Serre 1
1 UMR 7300 ESPACE-University of Avignon, Avignon, France, 2 Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of Mons, Mons, Belgium
S24-02
Investigating the consequences of the delay between the increasing generation of electronic waste and regulations to manage this increase.
Jennie Olofsson, Franc Mali
The Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
S24-03
Risk and resilience assessment for an energy supply system
Pertti Auerkari 1, Rami Pohja 1, Aleksandar Jovanovic 2, Satu Tuurna 1, Heikki Hapuli 3
1 VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Espoo, Finland, 2 Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany, 3 Helen Oy, Helsinki, Finland
S24-04
The Dutch National Risk Profile: understanding risk and horizon scanning to identify new risks
Leendert Gooijer, Stephanie Meulenbelt
RIVM-National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, Netherlands
S24-05
Gamification for industrial safety: an approach for developing resilience early warning indicators
Riccardo Patriarca 1, Andrea Falegnami 1, Antonio De Nicola 2, Maria Luisa Villani 2, Nicola Paltrinieri 3
1 Sapienza University of Rome - Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rome, Italy, 2 ENEA Research Centre, Rome, Italy, 3 Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU, Trondheim, Norway
10:30 - 12:10
Session: Risk communication in ’post-fact’ times, part II
Room: G1353
Chair/s: Michael Siegrist
S25-01
Communicating Nuclear Risks in a Post-Fukushima Context: Exploratory Study of Risk Communication on the Basis of Probabilistic Risk Assessment
Hiroyuki Yamada, Yukihiro Kirimoto, Tomoaki Inamura, Reiko Kuwagaki, Keijiro Hirose, Shin-etsu Sugawara
Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo, Japan
S25-02
Defending science in times of science denial
Mikael Karlsson
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
S25-03
Deliberating Technologies and Governance for Energy Storage
Gareth Thomas, Christina Demski, Nick Pidgeon
Understanding Risk Group, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom
S25-04
Trust in the Risk Domain: What have we learnt from 25 years of research?
Michael Siegrist
ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
S25-05
Do Flood Events Increase Opinion Polarisation about the Existence of Anthropogenic Climate Change?
Daniel Osberghaus, Carina Fugger
Centre for European Economic Research, Mannheim, Germany
10:30 - 10:50
Session: Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Tour
Room: Building P, 4th floor
Chair/s:
L3-01
Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Tour
Erna Danielsson
Mid Sweden University Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Östersund, Sweden
12:10 - 12:50
Lunch
12:50 - 13:20
Chapter meeting – Benelux chapter F229
12:50 - 13:20
Chapter meeting – Iberian chapter G1350
12:50 - 13:20
Chapter meeting – Nordic chapter G1351
12:50 - 13:20
Chapter meeting – setting up a German chapter G1352
12:50 - 13:20
Chapter meeting – setting up new chapters G1353
13:20 - 13:50
Session: KEYNOTE Nicholas Karides: Better Journalism can be the antidote to Disinformation
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Evangelia Petridou
A7-01
Keynote abstract
Nicholas Karides
Ampersand, Nicosia, Cyprus
14:00 - 15:00
Session: Symposium – The value of centres for excellence in risk
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Ullrika Sahlin
S26-01
Symposium abstract
Ullrika Sahlin 1, Lars Strömdahl 2
1 Lund University, Lund, Sweden, 2 Riskkollegiet, Stockholm, Sweden
14:00 - 15:00
Session: Symposium – Theory, practice and the consumer: what else can be done for food safety?
Room: F229
Chair/s: Elke Stedefeldt
S27-01
Symposium abstract
Elke Stedefeldt, Rayane Stephanie Gomes de Freitas, Laís Mariano Zanin
Universidade Federal de São Paulo - Unifesp Federal University of São Paulo - Unifesp, São Paulo, Brazil
S27-02
What is the risk perception on foodborne diseases of consumers of meals away from home?
Liliane Chouce Lei, Rayane Stephanie Gomes de Freitas, Elke Stedefeldt
Universidade Federal de São Paulo - Unifesp Federal University of São Paulo - Unifesp CEDESS - Centro de Desenvolvimento do Ensino Superior em Saúde Center for the Development of Higher Education in Health, São Paulo, Brazil
S27-03
The use of social sciences in the study of risk
Rayane Stephanie Gomes de Freitas 1, Diogo Thimoteo da Cunha 2, Elke Stedefeldt 1
1 Universidade Federal de São Paulo Federal University of São Paulo - Unifesp, São Paulo, Brazil, 2 Universidade Estadual de Campinas - UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil
S27-04
The impacts of food safety culture on risk taking behaviors
Laís Mariano Zanin, Elke Stedefeldt
Universidade Federal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
14:00 - 15:00
Session: Symposium – Uncertainty in governance of migration and integration policy
Room: G1350
Chair/s: Jon Nyhlén
S28-01
Symposium abstract
Jon Nyhlén
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
S28-02
A framework for governance of local migration policy – assumptions and theoretical consequences
Gustav Lidén 1, Jon Nyhlén 2
1 Department of Social Sciences, Mid Sweden university, Sundsvall, Sweden, 2 Department of Political Science, Stockholm university, Stockholm, Sweden
S28-03
Negotiations on welfare and social security entitlements for EU migrants in Sweden
sara Nyhlén, Katarina Giritli Nygren
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
S28-04
Health promotion and newly arrived refugees in Sweden – a thesis project plan
Sara Svanholm
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
14:00 - 15:00
Session: Symposium – Risk communication by government agencies
Room: G1351
Chair/s: Åsa Boholm
S29-01
Symposium abstract
Åsa Boholm
Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden
S29-02
Experiences of success and failure in risk communication: lessons from the inside of six government agencies
Åsa Boholm
Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden
S29-03
Risk and quantification: A linguistic study
Max Boholm
Gothenburg Research Institute University of Gothenburg, Göteborg, Sweden
S29-04
An evaluation of the 2016-17 Swedish campylobacter communication crisis.
Ragnar Lofstedt
Kings College London, London, United Kingdom
14:00 - 15:00
Session: The unrecognized risk and crisis management, part III
Room: G1353
Chair/s: Michèle Marti
S31-01
Teachers, crisis management and the division of responsibilities – a qualitative study
Jennifer Hobbins
Swedish Defence University/Försvarshögskolan, Karlstad, Sweden
S31-02
Communicating earthquake hazard
Michèle Marti, Michael Stauffacher
ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
S31-03
On the use of digital management control systems and key performance indicators in organizations. What unintended consequences can unfold?
Christina Mauléon
Gothenburg Research Institute, School och business, economics and law, Gothenburg University,, Göteborg, Sweden, University of Borås, Borås, Sweden
15:00 - 15:30
Fika
15:30 - 17:40
Session: Symposium – Resilience in Europe: Governing, social networks, and learning
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Jorgen Sparf
Five abstract presentations followed by a panel discussion, with a short break in the middle.
S33-01
Symposium abstract
Jorgen Sparf
Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Mid Sweden University, Ostersund, Sweden
S33-02
Overcoming obstacles for disaster prevention: Challenges and best practices from the EU and beyond
Richard Haigh, Dilanthi Amaratunga, Nuwan Dias, Georgina Clegg
University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, United Kingdom
S33-03
Accelerating Action: Capacity Building for Equity and Resilience in Cities
Kristin Baja
Urban Sustainability Directors Network, Baltimore, United States
S33-04
Resilience as a Path to Sustainable Urbanism: From Empty Promises to Effective Planning Solutions?
Dimitri Ioannides
European Tourism Research Institute (ETOUR) & Department of Tourism Studies & Geography, Mid-Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
S33-05
Acknowledging the Uncertainty Dimension of Security: Arguing for Resilience Driven Security
Sissel H. Jore
University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway
S33-06
EU disaster risk management in a changing risk landscape
Thomas de Lannoy
European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
15:30 - 17:10
Session: Risk in everyday life, part III
Room: F229
Chair/s: Erna Danielsson
S34-01
Analyzing risk culture and emergency awareness on Danish campuses
Lene Sandberg, Christian Meng
Metropolitan University College, København N, Denmark
S34-02
Preparing for Doris: Exploring public responses to impact based weather warnings in the UK
Andrea Taylor 1, Astrid Kause 1, Barbara Summers 1, Melanie Harrowsmith 2
1 University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom, 2 Met Office, Exeter, United Kingdom
S34-03
Risk Communication: A Comparative Study of Eight EU countries
Evangelia Petridou 1, Anna Olofsson 1, Minna Lundgren 1, Michael Röslmaier 1, Erna Danielsson 1, Christine Grosse 2
1 Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 2 Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
S34-04
Serving science to the public: Quantitative and qualitative behavioural indicators of uncertainty management strategies upon exposure to numerical information
Rui Gaspar 1, 2, Samuel Domingos 3, Patricia Demetrio 4
1 Universidade do Algarve, FCHS, Faro, Portugal, 2 Catolica Research Centre for Psychological, Family and Social Wellbeing (CRC-W), Universidade Catolica Portuguesa., Lisbon, Portugal, 3 William James Center for Research, ISPA-Instituto Universitário, Lisbon, Portugal, 4 Centro de Investigação em Educação e Psicologia (CIEP), Universidade de Évora, Evora, Portugal
S34-05
15:30 - 17:10
Session: Symposium – Intuitive Toxicology Revisited: People’s Perceptions of the Principles of Toxicology and Implications for Specific Applications
Room: G1350
Chair/s: Angela Bearth
S35-01
Symposium abstract
Angela Bearth, Rita Saleh, Michael Siegrist
Consumer Behavior, Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED), ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
S35-02
People’s Knowledge and Perceptions of the Principles of Toxicology, Safety Evaluation, and Risk Assessment – A Mental Models Approach
Angela Bearth, Michael Siegrist, Rita Saleh
Consumer Behavior, Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED), ETH Zurich, Zürich, Switzerland
S35-03
Pesticide Residues in Food: Attitudes, Beliefs, and Misconceptions among Conventional and Organic Consumers
Mark Lohmann
German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Department Risk Communication, Unit Risk Research, Perception, Early Detection and Impact Assessment, Berlin, Germany
S35-04
Alex Just Bought a Drain Cleaner: Situative and Product-Specific Factors that Influence Consumers’ Risk Perception of Household Cleaning Products
Angela Bearth, Michael Siegrist
Consumer Behavior, Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED), ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
S35-05
Consumers' perceptions of green cleaning products and their ingredients
Rachel Hollis 1, Wandi Bruine de Bruin 2, 3, William Young 1, Christopher Rayner 4
1 Sustainability Research Institute University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom, 2 Centre for Decision Research University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom, 3 Department of Engineering and Public Policy Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, United States, 4 School of Chemistry University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
15:30 - 17:10
Session: Practical impact of risk perception research, part IV
Room: G1351
Chair/s: Calvin Burns
S36-01
Attitudes and Perceptions about Risk Resilience and Security in Water Utilities
Calvin Burns 1, Kevin Quigley 2
1 University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2 Dalhousie University, Dalhousie, Canada
S36-02
Communicating food risks to pregnant women: analysis of the target audience’s information needs
Giulia Mascarello, Stefania Crovato, Silvia Marcolin, Mirko Ruzza, Anna Pinto, Licia Ravarotto
Health Awareness and Communication Department, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie, Legnaro, PD, Italy
S36-03
Risk Perceptions within the water industry: a new way forward?
Anna Kosovac
The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
S36-04
Towards a conceptual framework for food safety criteria - analyzing evidence practices using the case of plant protection products
Christine Hassauer
Chair of Marketing and Consumer Research, TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich, Freising, Germany
15:30 - 17:10
Session: Methods and methodologies in risk research, part IV
Room: G1352
Chair/s: Seda Kundak
S37-01
Disaster Logistics Evaluation in Extreme Events
Seda Kundak, Mete Basar Baypinar, Eda Beyazit, Huseyin Murat Celik, Yucel Torun, Nergiz Kayki, Halil Ibrahim Ogut
Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey
S37-02
Presence of antibiotic residues in various environmental compartments of China: its potential for resistance development and ecological and human risk
Nada Hanna 1, Pan Sun 2, Qiang Sun 3, Xuewen Li 2, Jakob Ottoson 4, Lennart Nilsson 5, Björn Berglund 5, Oliver Dyar 1, Ashok Tamhankar 1, Cecilia Stålsby Lundbory 1
1 Global Health—Health Systems and Policy: Medicines, Focusing Antibiotics, Department of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institutet, Tomtebodavägen 18 A, 171 77 Stockholm, Sweden., Stockholm, Sweden, 2 Department of environment and health, School of Public Health, Shandong University, Jinan 250012, China., Jinan, China, 3 School of Health Care Management, Shandong University, Jinan 250012, China., Jinan, China, 4 National Food Agency, Department of Risk and benefit assessment, 751 26 Uppsala, Sweden., Uppsala, Sweden, 5 Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Linköping University, 581 85 Linköping, Sweden., Linköping, Sweden
S37-03
Success, Efficiency, and Risks in a Sustainable Insurance
Kari Dakakni
ISU, Ames, United States
S37-04
Toward Smart Barrier Management: Recent Developments and Future Research Directions
Behnaz Hosseinnia 1, Pierluigi Salvo Rossi 2, Genserik Reniers 3, Nicola Paltrinieri 1
1 Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Production and Quality Engineering, RAMS group, Trondheim, Norway, 2 Kongsberg Digital, Trondheim, Norway, 3 Delft University of Technology, Safety & Security Science Group (S3G), Delft, Netherlands
15:30 - 17:10
Session: Risk communication in ’post-fact’ times, part III
Room: G1353
Chair/s: Roine Johansson
S38-01
Implementing Risk Communication on the Safe Use of Chemicals in Taiwan
Wen-Lian Lee 1, Shao-Kang Chiang 1, Nian-Chen Lin 2
1 Occupational Safety and Health, Chung-shan Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan, 2 Department of Public Health, Chung-shan Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan
S38-02
Risk communication about electromagnetic fields emitted by mobile communication technologies: A systematic review.
Christoph Boehmert 1, 2, Frederik Freudenstein 3, Peter Wiedemann 3
1 Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Munich, Germany, 2 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany, 3 University of Wollongong, Australia, Wollongong, Australia
S38-03
Were the 2015 UK floods used as an opportunity to communicate climate change risks? A case study of UK newspapers.
Rachel Harcourt 1, 2, Suraje Dessai 1, Andrea Taylor 1, 2
1 Sustainability Research Institute, School of Earth and Environment, Leeds, United Kingdom, 2 Centre for Decision Research, Leeds University Business School, Leeds, United Kingdom
15:30 - 15:50
Session: Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Tour
Room: Building P, 4th floor
Chair/s:
L4-01
Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Tour
Erna Danielsson
Mid Sweden University Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Östersund, Sweden
19:00 - 23:00
Conference dinner Foyer, building G
Wednesday, 20 June
09:00 - 09:20
Registration opens Foyer, building G
09:15 - 09:30
SRA-E 2018 closing & SRA-E 2019 announcement Auditorium, F214
09:30 - 10:15
Session: KEYNOTE Jens O Zinn: Understanding Risk-taking – Paradoxes and Explanations
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Frederic Bouder
A9-01
Keynote abstract
Jens Zinn
University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
10:15 - 11:10
Session: PANEL Risk & Uncertainty – From Critical Thinking to Practical Impact
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Ragnar Lofstedt
Risk and uncertainty studies should not just be academically focused but also more crucially practically relevant. One of the goals of the Society for Risk Analysis-Europe is to ensure that the work that academics do at universities are also practically useful. This panel discussion focuses on bridging this gap with our panelists discussing real life practical examples ranging from the present day threats of disinformation and fake news to planning and hazard management and the importance of finding compromises between indigenous people and large scale infrastructure projects.

CHAIR:
Ragnar E. Löfstedt, Professor of Risk Management

Ragnar E. Löfstedt is the Director of King’s Centre of Risk Management, King’s College London, UK where he teaches and conducts research on risk communication and management. He is Adjunct Professor at the Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, and he is a Visiting Professor at the Centre for Public Sector Research, Gothenburg University, Sweden.

He has conducted research in risk communication and management in such areas as renewable energy policy, food safety issues, pharmaceutical recalls, telecommunications, biosafety, and the siting of building of incinerators, nuclear waste installations and railways.

Dr. Löfstedt is the author/editor of ten books and over 90 peer reviewed articles, is the editor-in-chief for Journal of Risk Research, editor of the Earthscan publications' Risk, Society and Policy book series, and is on the editorial boards of Journal of Health Communication, International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, and Risk Management.

PARTICIPANTS:
Sudha Sudhir Arlikatti, Associate Professor of Business Continuity Management and Integrated Emergency Management

Dr. Sudha Arlikatti is an architect-planner turned academician with over 17 years of teaching and disaster research experience. She holds a Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Science with an emphasis in Environmental Planning and Hazards Management from Texas A&M University, College Station (USA). After eleven years of teaching in the USA she joined the faculty of resilience at Rabdan Academy, UAE in 2016, in their flagship BSc program in Business Continuity Management and Integrated Emergency Management.

Her research interests include risk communication in multi-ethnic communities, protective action decision-making, organizational resiliency and climate change mitigation and adaptation. She has been funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, Texas Department of State Health Services and Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. She is currently serving a four year term as the Vice President of the Research Committee on the Sociology of Disasters RC39 with the International Sociological Association (2015–2018).

Mikael Karlsson, Associate Professor in Environmental Science

Dr. Mikael Karlsson is a senior researcher at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. His work focuses on environmental governance, science-policy interactions and risk management related to climate and energy issues, marine ecosystems and chemical pollution.

Dr. Karlsson serves since long in various expert bodies and agency boards, in Sweden and internationally, among these the Swedish Agenda 2030 delegation, the Swedish Chemicals Agency, and the European Commission’s High Level Group on Energy Intensive Industries. In 2005–2017, he was President of the European Environmental Bureau, Europe’s largest environmental organisation. In 2002–2014, he was President of the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation.

Dr. Karlsson has been a frequent participant at various EU, OECD, UN and WTO meetings. He is also Partner and Senior Advisor at 2050 Consulting in Stockholm, advising companies and public organisations on sustainability issues. He has been teaching environmental sciences since 1995.

Michael Matz, Senior Adviser at the Nordic Council

Michael Matz has studied Literature, English and Economics at Lund University. He became a Senior Adviser at the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2009 working with the Nordic cultural collaboration for the Nordic Ministers of Culture. Since 2016 he has been employed at the Nordic Council, the inter-parliamentary forum, working with culture, including media, education and research collaboration.

May-Britt Öhman, PhD in History of Technology

May-Britt Öhman is a Lule/Forest Sámi of the Lule River/Julevädno valley and PhD, History of Technology, Royal Institute of Technology, 2007. She founded the Technoscience research group in 2013 and Sámi Land Free University in 2015. She is active at the Centre for Gender Research, and CEMFOR, the Centre for Multidisciplinary Research on Racism, Uppsala University. Since fall 2017 she is a guest researcher at the Unit of History, Luleå University of Technology.

May-Britt has also been a board member of the National Association of Swedish Saami (SSR) 2011-2015, deputy member of the
A10-01
Panel abstract
Ragnar Lofstedt
Kings College London, London, United Kingdom
11:10 - 11:40
Fika
11:40 - 13:00
Session: Symposium – Sustainable Societal Development in Europe’s Peripheries: The Case of Northern Sweden
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: Sara Nyhlén
S39-01
Symposium abstract
Sara Nyhlén 1, Anna Olofsson 2, Katarina Giritli Nygren 1, Peter Öhman 1
1 Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden, 2 Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
S39-02
‘70 is the new 20’ –Positive ageing discourses in congregate housing
Sara Nyhlén, Gunilla Olofsdotter, Edith Andresen
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
S39-03
‘You become lonely when you grow old – there is no escape from that’ –analyzing intersections of ageing, safety and inequalities
Gunilla Olofsdotter, Edith Andresen, Sara Nyhlen
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
S39-04
Carto(bio)graphic explorations of a small town - Walking and talking the in/exclusive city with new Swedes
Sara Nyhlén, Katarina Giritli Nygren
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
S39-05
Not in my backyard: Integration and xenophobia in a local housing project in Östersund
Minna Lundgren 1, Gustav Lidén 2
1 RCR, Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 2 RCR, Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
11:40 - 13:00
Session: Symposium – Lifting the fog on uncertainty – practical advances on assessing and communicating uncertainty in the European public arena
Room: F229
Chair/s: caroline merten, Laura MARTINO
S40-01
Symposium abstract
Caroline Merten 1, Anthony Smith 1, Anne Marthe van der Bles 2, Howard Needham 3
1 European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy, 2 Winton Centre for Risk & Evidence Communication, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 3 European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Stockholm, Sweden
S40-02
Approaches to assess and manage scientific uncertainty: examples from EU ANSA Agencies
Howard Needham
Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Stockholm, Sweden
S40-03
Testing the EFSA guidance document on uncertainty: challenges and benefits
Caroline Merten 1, Laura Martino 1, Olaf Mosbach-Schulz 1, Andy Hart 2
1 European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy, 2 University Newcastle, Newcastle, United Kingdom
S40-04
Explaining incomplete knowledge – EFSA’s approach for communicating scientific uncertainties in food safety assessments
Anthony Smith 1, Laura Maxim 2, Michael Siegrist 3, Andy Hart 4, Cristina da Cruz 1, Caroline Merten 1, Olaf Mosbach-Schulz 1, Natalie von Götz 3, Tony Hardy 1
1 European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy, 2 Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), Paris, France, 3 ETH, Zürich, Switzerland, 4 Newcastle University, Newcastle, United Kingdom
S40-05
The effects of communicating uncertainty about numbers and facts
Anne Marthe van der Bles, Sander van der Linden, Alexandra Freeman, David Spiegelhalter
Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
11:40 - 13:00
Session: Risk and decision analysis in critical infrastructure, part III
Room: G1350
Chair/s: Marilou Jobin
S41-01
Adults’ preference for influenza vaccination across hypothetical pandemics of three risk levels
Qiuyan Liao, Wendy Wing Tak Lam, Richard Fielding
The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong
S41-02
Feelings or information? What is driving preferences for electricity portfolios?
Marilou Jobin 1, Vivianne HM Visschers 2, Oscar PR van Vliet 1, Michael Siegrist 1
1 ETH Zurich, Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED), Zurich, Switzerland, 2 University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, School of Applied Psychology, Olten, Switzerland
S41-03
Solidarity across local borders? Citizens’ support for municipal collective action concerning drinking water risk management.
Anna Bendz
University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden
11:40 - 13:00
Session: Risk and Inequality, part II
Room: G1351
Chair/s: Tapio Litmanen
S42-01
Perceptions of justice influencing community acceptance of spent nuclear fuel disposal. A case study in two Finnish nuclear communities
Tapio Litmanen 1, Tuuli Vilhunen 2, Behnam Taebi 3, Matti Kojo 2
1 Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, Jyväskylä, Finland, 2 School of Management, University of Tampere, Finland, Tampere, Finland, 3 Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, Delft, Netherlands
S42-02
Have we been too naïve? Masculinity constructions in times of securitization and narratives of haunting threats
Mathias Ericson
Department of Cultural Sciences, Gothenburg University, Gothenburg, Sweden
S42-03
Leadership and crisis management – a gendered perspective
Jennifer Hobbins 1, Elsa Kristiansen 3, Erna Danielsson 2
1 The Swedish Defence University, Karlstad, Sweden, 2 Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 3 University College of Southeast Norway, Borre, Norway
S42-04
Risk & Inequality: Disaster Risk Reduction with the Indigenous Populations in India, with special focus on Empowering Women
Mukesh Kanaskar
All India Institute of Local Self-Government, Mumbai, India
11:40 - 13:00
Session: The unrecognized risk and crisis management, part IV
Room: G1352
Chair/s: Laurits Rauer Nielsen
S43-01
Involving citizen preparedness structures in operational emergency management
Laurits Rauer Nielsen
Metropolitan University College, Copenhagen, København N, Denmark
S43-02
Team resilience – ”in unity we find strength” A qualitative study of team resilience and leadership under demanding conditions
Nicole Kaiser, Marcus Börjesson
Swedish Defence University, Stockholm, Sweden
S43-03
Financial Risks in Construction Projects from the Perspective of Project Management
Özlem TÜZ EBESEK 1, Şafak EBESEK 1
1 Mersin University, Mersin, Turkey, 2 İstanbul Technical University, İstanbul, Turkey
S43-04
Crisis leadership as a communicative process – The challenge of managing crises through communication with stakeholders
Catrin Johansson
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
11:40 - 13:00
Session: Risk management education and practice, part III
Room: G1353
Chair/s: Aitor Couce-Vieira
S44-01
An adversarial risk analysis framework for cybersecurity
David Rios Insua 1, Aitor Couce-Vieira 1, Jose Antonio Rubio 2, Wolter Pieters 3, Daniel Garcia Rasines 4
1 Instituto de Ciencias Matemáticas, CSIC, Madrid, Spain, 2 Analysis, Security and Systems Group, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain, 3 Safety & Security Science Group, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands, 4 Department of Mathematics, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom
S44-02
Repeated freediving - an efficient method to rescue subjects trapped in cars underwater
Erika Schagatay 1, Pontus Albertsson Åman 2, Sebastian Näslund 1, Annelie Pompe 1, Martin Roth 3, Filip Schagatay 4, Johanna Berglund 1, Fanny Schagatay 1, Christofer Andersson 1, Hildur Sahlströn-Hallman 1, Angelica Lodin-Sundström 1
1 Department of Health Sciences, Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 2 Emergency and Disaster Medical Centre, Umeå University Hospital, Umeå, Sweden, 3 Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poznan, Poland, 4 Faculty of Medicine, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden
S44-03
Uncertain risk assessment and management: case studies of the application of the precautionary principle in Portugal
Vasco Gonçalves
Dinâmia-CET/ISCTE-IUL, Lisboa, Portugal
S44-04
Under water rescue via repeated freediving does not expose divers to risk of hypoxic syncope
Erika Schagatay 1, Fanny Schagatay 1, Pontus Albertssson Åman 2
1 Department of Health Sciences, Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 2 Emergency and Disaster Medical Centre, Umeå University Hospital, Umeå, Sweden
11:40 - 13:00
Session: Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Sandpit session
Room: Building P, 4th floor
Chair/s:
L5-01
Experience RCR Lab, a unique immersive simulation environment – Sandpit session
Erna Danielsson
Mid Sweden University Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Östersund, Sweden
13:00 - 13:40
Lunch
13:40 - 15:20
Session: Collaborative governance and networked practice
Room: Auditorium, F214
Chair/s: KALLIOPI SAPOUNTZAKI
S45-01
Resolution Systems For Environmental Conflicts Under the Ladder Theory: A Comparative study on Different Cases
Liwei Zhang, Kun Bi
Jilin University, Changchun, China
S45-02
Risk Governance in Diverse Cultural and Geopolitical Contexts: The Offshore Oil Industry in North Sea and Eastern Mediterranean
Athanasios Liaropoulos 1, Kalliopi Sapountzaki 1, Zoe Nivolianitou 2
1 Department of Geography, Harokopio University, 70, El. Venizelou Str., Post Box: 17671, Kallithea, Greece, 2 System Reliability & Industrial Safety Lab, Institute of Nuclear & Radiological Sciences & Technology, Energy & Safety, National Centre of Scientific Research ‘Demokritos’, Terma Patriarchou Grigoriou & Neapoleos, 15310, Ag. Paraskevi, Greece
S45-03
Electronic government: Towards e-democracy or democracy at risk?
Leif Sundberg
Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
13:40 - 15:20
Session: Risk and decision analysis in critical infrastructure, part IV
Room: G1350
Chair/s: Michael Stein
S46-01
Infranetics: The New Convergent Science for Risk Based Management of Systems of Interdependent Critical Infrastructures
Sviatoslav Timashev 1, 2, 3, Anna Bushinskaya 1, 2
1 Russian Academy of Sciences Ural Branch Sci.& Engng Center "Reliability and Safety of Large Systems", Yekaterinburg, Russia, 2 Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia, 3 Old Dominion University, Norfolk, United States
S46-02
Optimization Method for Choosing a Set of Means for Probability of Failure Reduction of Critical Infrastructures
Sviatoslav Timashev 1, 2, 3, Anna Bushinskaya 1, 2
1 Russian Academy of Sciences, Ural Branch, Sci.& Engng Center "Reliability and Safety of Large Systems, Yekaterinburg, Russia, 2 Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Saint Helena, 3 Old Dominion University, Norfolk, United States
S46-03
Spatial distribution of airborne hazardous emissions from oil industry in Ecuadorian Amazon: An insight from comparisons amongst several dataset
Juan Durango-Cordero 1, Mehdi Saqalli 2, Elger Arnaud 3
1 EcoLab, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, INPT, UPS, Toulouse, France, 2 GEODE, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UT2J, Toulouse, France, 3 EcoLab, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, INPT, UPS, Toulouse, France
S46-04
Using unmanned systems for safety inspections of critical infrastructures - Examples from German port facilities
Michael Stein
Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany
13:40 - 15:20
Session: Practical impact of risk perception research, part V
Room: G1351
Chair/s: Sílvia Luís
S47-01
Risk perception of pharmaceutical residues
Sílvia Luís
CIS, ISCTE-IUL, Lisboa, Portugal
S47-02
Mapping the effects of risk communication on public perceptions of petrochemical industrial risk and their determinants in Central Taiwan
Hung-Chih Hung 1, Chia-Fang Li 2
1 Department of Real Estate and Built Environment, National Taipei University, New Taipei City, Taiwan, 2 Department of Real Estate and Built Environment, National Taipei University, New Taipei City, Taiwan
S47-03
Understanding Risk Perceptions for Autonomous Vehicles and Their Implications for Public Policy
David Good, Yingying Miao
Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Bloomington, IN, United States
13:40 - 15:20
Session: Methods and methodologies in risk research, part V
Room: G1352
Chair/s: Minna Lundgren
S48-01
Beyond the Expected – Dealing with the Case of Overload and Residual Risk of Natural Hazards in the Alpine Region
Sönke Hartmann, Stefan Schneiderbauer, Cristina Dalla Torre, Nicola Dinkelaker, Andrea Sankowsky, Christian Hoffmann, Lydia Pedoth, Thomas Streifeneder
Eurac Research, Bolzano, Italy
S48-02
Changing Risk-Taking Behaviour via Trust Priming
Calvin Burns, Tony McCarthy
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom
S48-03
Implementation of a low-cost ambient air quality monitoring micro-sensors for population awareness and to support civil protection agents.
Johnny Reis, Fátima Alves, Myriam Lopes
Department of Environment and Planning and Researcher at the Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM), University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
13:40 - 15:20
Session: Risk management education and practice, part IV
Room: G1353
Chair/s: Frederic Bouder
S49-01
Disaster and Risk Management Education in Turkey
Nergiz Kaykı, Seda Kundak
Istanbul Technical University, istanbul, Turkey
S49-02
Holistic Debrief - A Concept for Enhanced Operation and Safety
Trygve Steiro 2, Christian Moldjord 1
1 Norwegian Defence Academy, Department of Air Force, Trondheim, Norway, 2 Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Institute for Teacher Education, Trondheim, Norway
S49-03
Risk Assessment: Get ready for some serious fun
David Lannoy 1, Helene Peters 2
1 Bayer, Diegem, Belgium, 2 Bayer, Mijdrecht, Netherlands
S49-04
Supporting a Risk Scientific Approach to Education Policy : a Systematic Review
Frederic Bouder
University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway
S49-05
Technologies for Training Emergency Preparedness for Meeting New Risks of Modern Society
Cecilia Hammar Wijkmark 1, Ilona Heldal 2
1 Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, Stockholm, Sweden, 2 Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Bergen, Norway
15:20 - 15:50
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