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Crisis and Emergency Management Conference (CEMC 2012)

Crisis and Emergency Management Conference (CEMC-2012)

January 16, 2012

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Launched in 2008 by the National Emergency Crisis & Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) the Crisis and Emergency Management Conference (CEMC) returned to the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr Hotel in Abu Dhabi on January 16-17, 2012 with its third edition (CEMC 2012). CEMC 2012 was organized by the Institute for Near East & Gulf Military Analysis (INEGMA) for the very first time and reflects the consolidating position of INEGMA as the leading organizer of high-level conferences in the UAE with a multiplicity of government partners. On its first day, the conference gathered around 600 participants and around 450 participants on its second day. The conference raised awareness and educated national crisis management communities and their partners in the UAE and GCC of the systems and processes to be employed during potential crisis scenarios. By drawing on expert insights from thought leaders and subject matter authorities from around the world, CEMC 2012 kept its participants at the cutting edge of the conceptual and practical aspects of responding to a plethora of potential large-scale emergency situation challenges.

The CEMC 2012 agenda explored the following topics: Measuring Success in Coordinating Humanitarian Relief Operations- Latest Lessons Learned, Managing Natural Disasters; Challenges and Lessons Learned, Responding to An Escalating Crisis – Lessons Learned from Australia’s Flood Response in 2011, National Emergency Plan for the Telecommunications Sector, Measuring Resilience - Community Subsystems and their Ability to Withstand Disasters, Mechanisms to Measure the Effectiveness of Crisis Response Plans, Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015: Building the Resilience of Nations and Communities to Disasters, Crisis Management of Korea's Nuclear Power Plants, The Role of Numerical Models in Predicting Natural and Nuclear Disasters, Effective Urban Search & Rescue- Capitalizing on Interoperable GIS Technology, The Role of Information in the Current Operating Environment, UAE's NSDI and its Applications in Emergency and Disaster Management, Understanding the Evolving Role of Social Media in Crisis Management, in addition to two workshops on: From Hurricane Katrina to Deep-Water Horizon: Managing Catastrophic Events through Unity of Effort and Facilitating Greater Business Continuity Planning through Enhanced Public-Private Sector Co-operation.

CEMC 2012 succeeded in delivering the latest insights on international best practices informed by lessons learned from recent operations to assist in the alleviation, preparation, response to and recovery of emergency situations. A number of networking sessions at CEMC 2012 further enabled peer-to-peer discussion amongst the crisis and disaster management community at the international level to enable global perspectives on issues of professional interest.

“Preparing to Face the Challenges of the Future: Innovative Solutions
in Crisis & Emergency Management”
Conference Program - Day One
 
09:00 - 10:00 Registration and Morning Refreshments
10:00 - 10:05 Brief Welcome
  Dr. Jamal Mohamed Al Hosani, Director of Information and Communications Technology, National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA), UAE
10:05 - 10:15 Patrons Welcome Speech
  His Excellency Mohamed Khalfan Al Rumaithi, General Manager, National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority, UAE
10:15 - 10:30 Keynote Speech
  His Excellency Abdul Latif Bin Rashid Al Zayani
  Secretary General of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf
10:30-10:45 Strategic Insights for Planning and Executing in Post-Disaster Recovery Operations
  H.R.H Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, Director-General, National Centre for Security and Crisis Management, Jordan
10:45 – 11:05 Presentation: NCEMA Progress 2010-2012
  Mr. Ali Rashed Al Neyadi
Director, Operations Department, National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority, UAE
11:05 – 11:10 Gift Presentation Ceremony and VIP Group Photograph
 
First Plenary Session; Responding to Crisis – Lesson learned
11:10 - 11:30 Measuring Success in Coordinating Humanitarian Relief Operations- Latest Lessons Learned
  Mr. Rashid Khalikov, Director, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, United Nations
11:30 - 11:50 Managing Natural Disasters; Challenges and Lessons Learned
  Major General Salim Bin Musallam Bin Ali Qatan, Assistant Inspector General of Police and Customs, Vice Chairman of the National Committee for Civil Defense, Sultanate of Oman
11:50- 12:10 Responding to An Escalating Crisis – Lessons Learned from Australia’s Flood Response in 2011
  Mr. Jim McGowan, Director General, Department of Community Safety, Queensland Government, Australia
12:10 - 12:25 Panel Discussion followed by Gifts to Speakers
12:25 - 12:40 Networking Session with Refreshments, and Prayers
   
Second Plenary Session; Resilience and Key Challenges
12:40 - 13:00 National Emergency Plan for the Telecommunications Sector
  His Excellency Mohamed Nasser Al Ghanim,
Director General-Telecommunications Regulatory Authority
13:00 - 13:20 Measuring Resilience - Community Subsystems and their Ability to Withstand Disasters
  Dr. Sami Al Faraj, President, Kuwait Centre for Strategic Studies
13:20 – 13:40 Mechanisms to Measure the Effectiveness of Crisis Response Plans
  Colonel Philippe Nardin, Head of the International Relations Mission at the Civil Protection Directorate, Civil Defence and Public Safety Direction, France
13:40– 13:55 Panel Discussion followed by Gifts to Speakers
13:55– 15:00 Lunch
Workshops  
15:00 – 16:00 Workshop A:
  From Hurricane Katrina to Deep-Water Horizon: Managing Catastrophic Events through Unity of Effort
  Admiral (Ret.) Thad Allen, Former Commander United States Coast Guard
  Workshop B:
  Facilitating Greater Business Continuity Planning through Enhanced Public-Private Sector Co-operation
  Mr. Alan Berman, MBCP, President of the Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRI International), U.S.A
16:00 End of Day One
   
Conference Program - Day Two
09:00 - 09:30 Registration and Morning Refreshments
09:30- 09:45 Keynote Speech
  Dr. Abdulaziz Yusuf Hamza, Chairman of the GCC Emergency Management Centre
 
First Plenary Session; Crisis Management Coordination and Cooperation
09:45 - 10:05 Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015: Building the Resilience of Nations and Communities to Disasters
  Mr. Amjad Abbashar, Head, Regional Office for Arab States, United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)
10:05 - 10:25 Crisis Management of Korea's Nuclear Power Plants
  Mr. Kyung-Soo Han, Vice President and Head of Emergency Management Office of Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power
10:25 - 10:45 The Role of Numerical Models in Predicting Natural and Nuclear Disasters
  Mr. Ahmed Awad Al Katheri, Head of Prevention Section, National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA), UAE
10:45- 11:05 Effective Urban Search & Rescue- Capitalizing on Interoperable GIS Technology
  Captain Ramiro Galvez, Station Commander, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department & Member, Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART), United States
11:05 - 11:20 Panel Discussion followed by Gifts to Speakers
11:20 - 11:40 Networking Session with Refreshments
   
Second Plenary Session; The Information Environment
11:40 - 12:00 The Role of Information in the Current Operating Environment
  Mr. Khaled Khalifa, Head, Middle East & Asia Bureau – Integrated Regional Information Network (IRIN)
12:00 - 12:20 UAE's NSDI and its Applications in Emergency and Disaster Management
  Mr. Hashem Mohammed Al Hashemi, Head of GIS Section, National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA), UAE 
12:20 - 12:40 Understanding the Evolving Role of Social Media in Crisis Management
  Mr. Tim Godwin, Deputy Commissioner, London Metropolitan Police, UK
12:40 - 12:55 Panel Discussion followed by Gifts to Speakers
112:55 Closing remarks of conference followed by prayers and lunch

Presentations

Mr. Rashid Khalikov
Director, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, United Nations
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Major General Salim Bin Musallam Bin Ali Qatan
Assistant Inspector General of Police and Customs,
Vice Chairman of the National Committee for Civil Defense, Sultanate of Oman
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Mr. Jim McGowan
Director General, Department of Community Safety,
Queensland Government, Australia
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His Excellency Mohamed Nasser Al Ghanim,
Director General-Telecommunications Regulatory Authority
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Dr. Sami Al Faraj
President, Kuwait Centre for Strategic Studies
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Colonel Philippe Nardin
Head of the International Relations Mission at the Civil Protection Directorate,
Civil Defence and Public Safety Direction, France
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Mr. Alan Berman
MBCP, President of the Disaster Recovery Institute International
(DRI International), U.S.A
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Mr. Amjad Abbashar
Head, Regional Office for Arab States,
United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)
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Mr. Kyung-Soo Han
Vice President and Head of Emergency Management
Office of Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power
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Captain Ramiro Galvez
Station Commander, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department & Member,
Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART), United States
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Mr. Khaled Khalifa
Head, Middle East & Asia Bureau
Integrated Regional Information Network (IRIN)
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Mr. Tim Godwin
Deputy Commissioner, London Metropolitan Police, UK
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Patronage

CEMC will be held Under the Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Adviser and Vice Chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council, UAE

 

Support

CEMC is an initiative of National Crisis & Emergency Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) that began in 2008.  CEMC organizers typically work closely in association with the Ministry of Presidency Affairs and Critical National Infrastructure Authority, as well as enjoying support from government agencies such as Health Authority - Abu Dhabi, Dubai Customs, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, and the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR) at past editions.

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Under the Prestigious Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Advisor and Chairman of the National Emergency Crisis & Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) Board of Directors, NCEMA proudly announced the opening of the third edition of the Crisis & Emergency Management Conference - CEMC 2012 organized by The Institute for Near East & Gulf Military Analysis, INEGMA on January 16 – 17, 2012 at Fairmont Bab Al Bahr Hotel in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

CEMC was attended by His Excellency Abdul Latif Bin Rashid Al Zayani, Secretary General of the Cooperation Council for the Arab states of the Gulf and His Excellency Seif Sultan Al Iryani, Secretary General of the National Security High Council, in addition to international senior high-level government officials from the UAE, the Gulf and abroad as well as high-level military officials, decision makers, industry partners and NGO’s in addition to security specialists from the UAE, the GCC countries, USA, European Union, Asia and the Arab countries to discuss and share insights into emerging best practice in organizing and preparing for, alleviation, response and recovery in the face of emergencies and disasters.

Opening session:

His Excellency Mohamed Khalfan Al Rumaithi, NCEMA’s General Manager delivered the welcome speech on behalf of His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan. H.E. stated: “We are pleased to convert to you the greetings of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai and His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Supreme Commander of The UAE Armed Forces and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi. Since the foundation of the UAE under the leadership of late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, our wise leaders followed a humanitarian and peaceful approach in people’s various issues and crisis irrespective of their religion, color, race or nationality. Sheikh Zayed’s predecessor is still on the same vision and interest in facing what humans suffer from and face in terms of danger, crisis and disasters. H.E. added: “We are pround that the UAE is in the front row at relief duties towards the people, the groups and the countries that were affected by these tragedies, which are either natural or human caused. NCEMA and with the support and follow up of His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Advisor and Chairman of NCEMA’s Board of Directors, is working on establishing the concepts of community response and its education and the dissemination of its method in the face of risks that might occur. We are also in coordination and cooperation with various stakeholders within and outside the UAE, in order to develop the emergency and crisis management skills by taking advantage of all national capabilities, thus harnessing the efforts to maintaining our country and its assets.”

His Excellency Dr. Abdul Latif Bin Rashid Al Zayani, Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council delivered a keynote speech in which he stated that the priorities of the GCC are represented in five main objective strategies. The first is the immunization and protection of the GCC states against all threats and risks, whether external aggression, terrorism, organized crime, vandalism or other dangers. The second strategic objective is to achieve a sustainable economic growth where the GCC states have embarked in the planning and establishment of joint projects such as the Gulf common market, the customs union, the monetary union, the establishment of a GCC railway network, the link of electricity networks in addition to other vital strategic projects.” The third strategic objective according to Al Zayani is the human development and to rise with the human capacities and achieve our people’s needs and ambitions. Dr Al Zayani added: “The fourth objective, which is taken very seriously by all the GCC members, is to emphasize the awareness on the crisis, emergency and disaster management.” The fifth and final strategic is the reinforcement of the GCC presence on the international level. The GCC states are keen on helping as much as possible in facing the international threats.”

Brigadier General Dr. Reda Btoush, Vice President of the National Centre for Security and Crisis Management at the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan – NCSCM gave a presentation behalf of H.R.H. Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, NCSM’s Chairman about the Center’s history, vision and aspirations.

Mr. Ali Rashed Al Neyadi, NCEMA’s Operations Department Director presented NCEMA’s progress since 2010. He presented NCEMA’s objectives since its foundation until today and emphasized on the steps that lead to the Authority’s foundation as well as its achievements. Al Neyadi also discussed the preparations made by the Authority to face any emergency or crisis that might occur, in addition to the coordination between all emirates of the government in the field of crisis and emergency.

First plenary session: Responding to Crisis – Lesson Learned

The First Plenary Session chaired by Major General Humaid Mohammed Al Hudaidi, Sharjah Chief of Police featured three speakers.

Mr. Rashid Khalikov, Director from the Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in the United Nations, examined “Measuring Success in Coordinating Humanitarian Relief Operations-Latest Lessons Learned.” Khalikov stated: “Droughts are inevitable, but they can be predicted through sophisticated early warning systems and they do not need to become famines.” He added: “Optimization of funding could be further enhanced if a comprehensive set of priorities were agreed early on in a crisis among humanitarian and development actors.”

Major General Salim Bin Musallam Bin Ali Qatan, Assistant Inspector General of Police and Customs and Vice Chairman of the National Committee for Civil Defense in Sultanate Oman, gave a presentation entitled: “Managing Natural Disasters; Challenges and Lessons Learned.”

The final speaker of the first plenary session, Mr. Jim McGowan, Director General of the Department of Community Safety in Queensland Government, Australia, had a lecture on “Responding to An Escalating Crisis – Lessons Learned from Australia’s Flood Response in 2011.”, in which he emphasized on the preparation and planning and the importance of community education (risk and resilience). McGowan added: “Risk assessments require comprehensive information. Risk must be understood and planned for but this traditional orthodoxy in no longer enough. Planning requires a response capability for the unpredicted or unpredictable event. Good preparation must recognize that each event is different and may take on unforeseen characteristics.”

Second plenary session: Resilience and Key Challenges

Three lectures were held at the second plenary session and was chaired by Mrs. Fiona Mckersie, an NCEMA consultant. It featured His Excellency Mohamed Nasser Al Ghanim, Director General at the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority who gave a presentation about: “The national emergency plan for the telecommunications sector.”

Dr. Sami Al Faraj, President of Kuwait Centre for Strategic Studies briefed on: “Measuring Resilience-Community Subsystems and their Ability to withstand Disasters.”

Finally, Colonel Philippe Nardin, Head of the International Relations Missions at the Civil Protection Directorate, Civil Defense and Public Safety Direction in France, lectured about: “Mechanisms to Measure the Effectiveness of Crisis Response Plans.” In his presentation, Colonel Nardin treated the everyday life citizen’s risks, natural disasters, hazmat disasters, health risks and other related threats.

Workshops:

The first day of the conference ended with two specialized closed workshops. The first workshop treated: “Managing Catastrophic Events through unity of effort from Hurricane Katrina to Deep-Water Horizon.” Presented by Admiral (Ret.) Thad Allen, Former Commander of the United States Coast Guard.

The second workshop treated: “Facilitating Greater Business Continuity Planning through Enhanced Public-Private Sector Cooperation, presented by Mr. Alan Berman, MBCP and President of the Disaster Recovery Institute International - DRI in the USA.

CEMC 2012 will resume tomorrow, Tuesday the 16th of January, with two plenary sessions about Crisis Management Coordination and Cooperation and the Information Environment.

CEMC 2012 Government partners were: Ministry of Presidential Affairs, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, General Headquarters and Emirate of Abu Dhabi, Executive Council General Secretariat.

Gold sponsor: Lockheed Martin, Silver sponsor: Booz Allen Hamilton

The first day of the conference ended successfully and was followed by a glamorous gala dinner at Fairmont Bab Al Bahr.

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Under the Prestigious Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Advisor and Chairman of the National Emergency Crisis & Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) Board of Directors, The Crisis & Emergency Management Conference – CEMC proceeded its activities for the second day in the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr Hotel, Abu Dhabi. The conference was organized by the Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis – INEGMA, commissioned by the National Emergency Crisis & Disasters Management Authority – NCEMA.

CEMC participants conveyed their gratitude and appreciation to His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai and His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Supreme Commander of The UAE Armed Forces and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi for their continued support and to all those who supported the conference which has resulted into great success and came out with important positive results.

Participants also conveyed their thanks and gratitude to His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Advisor and Chairman of the National Emergency Crisis & Disasters Management Authority – NCEMA for his patronage and follow up on the conference activities.

NCEMA expressed its appreciation to all participants for all the efforts deployed and the presentations they have made, announcing the fourth edition of CEMC in 2014.

At the end of the conference, a number of recommendations were issued to include:

  • The set up of a unified Gulf System to manage emergencies, crisis and disasters, develop unified strategies and plans, in addition to methods of standardized training and organization of joint exercise using similar tools to face any crisis or disaster that might occur in any government in the region, thus exchanging expertise in confronting crisis and disasters.
  • The importance of the civil society institutions’ participation to include NGO’s and educational institutions in all strategies and plans related to emergency, crisis and disasters.
  • The need to deal with members of the community with full transparency and honesty on all levels to include all kinds of cultures during emergency, crisis and disasters.

The second day of the conference started with a keynote speech delivered by Dr. Abdulaziz Yusuf Hamza, Chairman of the GCC Emergency Management Centre followed by two plenary sessions.

Dr. Hamza stressed on the importance of preparing plans to deal with the challenges faced by countries in the region, notably the Arab-Israeli conflict, the spread of nuclear weapons, the conflict for control of the vital waterways, the scarcity of food and water, technological war and other related challenges.

First Plenary Session: Crisis Management Coordination and Cooperation

The First Plenary Session featured four speakers. Mr. AmjadA bashar, Head of the Regional Office for Arab States at the united Nations International Strategy for Disaster reduction, examined “Hyogo framework for Action 2005-2015: Building the Resilience of Nations and Communities to Disasters.” Abashar asserted that: “Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) aims to reduce the damage caused by natural hazards like earthquakes, floods, droughts and cyclones, through an ethic of prevention.” He added: “Disasters caused by vulnerability to natural hazards kill more people in developing than in developed countries, and disaster-related economic losses, measured against a country’s wealth are much larger in poor countries.”

Mr. Kyung-Soo Han, Vice President and Head of Emergency Management office of Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power, gave a presentation entitled: “Crisis Management of Korea’s Nuclear Power Plants.” Han briefed about the crisis and disaster type, the emergency response system, nuclear security post-Fukushima crisis management and Korea’s effort to enhance nuclear security stating: “Seoul Nuclear Security Summit will be held on March 26-27, 2012 where 200 participants at CEO level will be present. The summit will treat the role of nuclear industry to enhance nuclear security and safety and the international collaboration to strengthen security on nuclear information.”

Mr. Ahmed Awad Al Katheri, Head of Prevention Section at NCEMA, had a lecture on “The role of Numerical Models in Predicting Natural and Nuclear Disasters.” Al Katheri stated: “A huge amount of money and tremendous efforts is exerted by the global community to increase the global awareness and preparedness. The objectives of the numerical modeling roles in crisis management are to spotlight on the vital positive impacts that scientific modeling could have in crisis management through monitoring, predicting, etc. and to point out the difficulties facing the modeling researches throughout the region.”

The final speaker of the first plenary session, Captain Ramiro Galvez, Station Commander at the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department and member at the Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART), United States. Captain Galvez briefed on “The effective urban search & rescue-capitalizing on interoperable GIS technology.” He stated: “Urban & Rescue is the process of locating, extricating and providing medical treatment to victims trapped as a result of structural collapses and other natural accidental or man-made catastrophes.” Galvez added: “Among the remaining challenges is the use of standard language to define urban area searches following catastrophic disasters, in addition to the use of technological equipment to better collect, collate and share information gathered from search teams.”

Second Plenary Session: The Information Environment

The Second Plenary Session featured three speakers. Mr. Khaled Khalifa, Head of Middle East and Asia Bureau at the Integrated Regional Information Network, delivered a speech on: “The Role of Information in the Current Operating Environment.” Mr. Khalifa argued that humanitarian actors need to share information for the reason to reduce duplication of efforts, improve the effectiveness of information flow between humanitarian actors and improve the humanitarian response. He added: “There is a need to institutionalize information sharing into the humanitarian response. It cannot be effective without global/regional recognition that Information Management is a key underlying component of humanitarian operations and integration of information management into preparedness and response.”

Mr. Hashem Mohammed Al Hashemi, Head of GIS Sectionat NCEMA briefed about: “UAE’s NSDI and its Applications in emergency and Disaster Management.” Al Hashemi argued: “NCEMA’s mission is to enhance the capabilities of the United Arab Emirates to manage and respond to crisis and emergencies in order to save lives and preserve property, while ensuring business continuity and immediate recovery through preparedness and joint planning, using all means of coordination and communication between the federal, local and private sectors.”

Finally, Mr. Tim Godwin, Deputy Commissioner at London Metropolitan Police in the United Kingdom, lectured about: “Understanding the Evolving Role of Social Media in Crisis Management.” Godwin briefed about the most significant disturbances in a generation in addition to the most serious disorder across London stating: “Intelligence, investigation and engagement are the three ways for the police to use social media.”

CEMC 2012 Government partners were: Ministry of Presidential Affairs, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, General Headquarters and Emirate of Abu Dhabi, Executive Council General Secretariat.

Gold sponsor: Lockheed Martin, Silver sponsor: Booz Allen Hamilton.

CEMC 2012 concluded with enormous success.

 

 

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