The project identified:

  • Minimum supply requirements and capacities that guarantee and organize basic indispensable supply demands, avoid severe affectedness (such as illness or decay) of people affected by a hazard scenario and keep up public order
  • Critical Infrastructure priority elements and processes
  • Bottlenecks in crisis management of operators and authorities
  • Coping and recovery capacities and strategies of other stakeholders involved (population, industry)

The project developed

  • improved  tools for analysis of interdependencies and risks of Critical Infrastructures
  • building blocks for minimum concepts and measures for electricity and water supply in case of a power breakdown, embracing the whole Disaster Risk Management (DRM) cycle
  • a guideline and specific tools for collaboration and communication in the Critical Infrastructure sector

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Definition CI and Resilience

Objectives of the project