EVAPREM seminar for EU member states

23 October 2018, Brussels


The aim of the seminar is to present the preliminary results and potential further developments of the EVAPREM (www.evaprem.eu) project.

As a result of the workshop we aim to initiate ideas to the participants on how to measure the impact of safety measures in a systematic framework in their own regions. The provided feedback would lead to further developments of the framework into additional regions or fields of safety.

Who should attend

 The invitation should be of most interest to the policy makers and experts in the field of safety prevention planning. The first half of the seminar is addressed mostly to policy makers to provide a common forum for idea generation and the second half of the seminar is focusing on the actual implementation of the developed framework. Thus, the initial knowledge of the prevention activities provided by the authorities in the member state under discussion is assumed.

Each member state is welcome to send 1-2 experts.

Where and when

 The seminar will be held on October 23rd from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Leopold Hotel Brussels EU (www.leopold-hotel.be) hotel. Coffee breaks and buffet lunch are included.


9:00   introduction to the project, general aim of the framework developed

9:30   a case study on (Estonia), firsthand experience

10:00   the preliminary results of the project

10:20  the possibilities to use the framework and conclusions

10.30  coffee break

10:45  practical workshop: how to use a similar model and planning tools in       the interested regions/countries  

12:00  conclusion of the workshop

12:15      buffet lunch


There is no participation fee. On behalf of organizers accommodation is provided for one expert per member state in the hotel Leopold Hotel Brussels EU(October 22-23). Limited number of rooms are pre-booked.


Registration is open until October 19th.

Please contact Ms Eliise Käosaar at eliise.kaosaar@reisiekspert.ee or +372

6 108 659

Need more information?

Please contact Mrs Ketlin Tammsalu, kjaani@gmail.com