Intelligence-Sec aims to provide the security industry with timely and well thought out conferences and exhibitions in key markets across the globe. With well researched event topics this is an opportunity to attended targeted niche events which will directly increase your knowledge, business opportunities and understanding in the market place. With senior public sector presenters each conference will provide a great insight into the challenges regional governments face in the event topic.
All our events are thoroughly researched to provide you with the highest level of industry experts in one place, in a city where the event topic is distinguished. Intelligence-Sec endeavours to provide attendees with an international view on the specific topic which allows for good analysis and discussions during the event.
Our main priority is to make sure you receive the most out of one of our events and that you leave for your respective countries more than satisfied with the knowledge and networking achieved.
CBRNe Summit Asia 2023, Manila, Philippines
5 December - 7 December
CBRNe Summit Asia 2023
5-7 December 2023
We are pleased to bring our CBRNe Summit Asia conference and exhibition to Manila, Philippines for the first time. The CBRNe threat is on the rise with recent global tensions and the COVID-19 pandemic making governments realise the need to be prepared before the threat materialises.
Taking place in Manila where the Regional Secretariat of the EU CBRN CoE Initiative is located it allows for a great opportunity for leading CBRNe officials to meet and discuss national CBRNe capabilities and the new threats being faced across the CBRNe spectrum.
Countering CBRNe threats is now a key focus for many governments and armed forces due to the increased tensions across the world. As well as having the capacity to deal with CBRNe attacks, also medical countermeasures, are key to the region with the constant worry of another global or region pandemic with infectious diseases. Stockpiling rapid countermeasures to help the population against strains of infections and diseases is now a key focus in South-East Asia.
To be part of our international CBRNe Summit Asia conference and exhibition either as a speaker, sponsor, exhibitor or delegate please contact us either by telephone +44 (0)1582 346 706 or email email@example.com
Official Supporting Partners
Lisbon City Council
The Lisbon City Council is the executive body of the municipality and its mission is to define and implement policies that promote the development in different areas as:
- Social action; environment; communications; external cooperation; culture and science; consumer protection; sports; education; energy; rural and urban equipment; housing; spatial planning and urbanism; cultural heritage; municipal police; promotion of development; civil protection; basic sanitation; health; leisure; and transport.
Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal having 100,05 km2 and 504 964 inhabitants. Its administrative area is made up of 24 parishes.
The Lisbon City Council is composed by the mayor and council members. The mayor appoints the deputy mayor and defines the number of full-time (17 in Lisbon) and part-time (9 in Lisbon) council members, their functions, and the regime for their exercise. The number of the municipal executive members is proportional to the population in the municipality. In Lisbon, according to the law, it is 17 council members.
Lisbon Fire Brigade
The Lisbon Fire Brigade is the oldest and largest professional firefighting and rescue service corporation in Portugal. This corporation belongs to the organic structure of Lisbon’s City Council (similar to a Municipal Department).
Its mission is to help and protect people, public patrimony and environment and to ensure security in Lisbon. Its vision aims to be established as a national reference and its motto is to achieve the Excellence in Rescue.
The Lisbon Fire Brigade employs over 800 firefighters and a range of non-uniformed and non-operational staff who work behind the scenes to support the front-line services, including IT, Finance, Procurement and Community Safety officers, a total of 950 civil servants.
The Lisbon Fire Brigade is organised as follows:
- 3 Battalions;
- 8 Fire companies (6 of operational resources; 2 of logistics support);
- 11 Fire stations.
Its main assignments are:
- Ensure protection and assistance to people in events as fires, rescue, and shipwrecked people;
- Collaborate in the civil protection activity;
- Conduct inspections and examinations of fire prevention measures in buildings;
- Give support to the Municipal Civil Protection Service making of Safety and Emergency Plans;
- Put in practice legal and regulatory fire protection measures;
- Command and coordinate surveillance during public events;
- Manage its training school.
The Portuguese Army is prepared to conduct full spectrum military operations, namely offensive, defensive, stabilization and civil support operations. Within these latter, a wide range of land capabilities is deeply committed to deal with complex emergencies such as CBRNe incidents amongst other crisis, in order to save lives as well as to restore essential services and to improve the populations’ safety.
This response effort implies a close coordination with multiple civil and security agencies with whom we are stronger, always for the benefit of society
JCBRN Defence Centre of Excellence
The Centre provides advice in all CBRN defence-related areas; develops CBRN defence doctrines, standards and knowledge to support the improvement of interoperability and capabilities; provides opportunities to enhance education and training; contributes to the lessons learned processes; and within an approved Programme of Work, assists NATO, Sponsoring Nations and Partners in their CBRN defence related efforts including validation through experimentation and operational (technical and scientific CBRN Reachback) support.
- Brigadier General Dr. Frederic Dorandeu, Head, Research and Innovation Desk, Health Service Directorate, French Armed Forces
- Colonel Tiago Manuel Batista Lopes, Commander, Lisbon Fire Brigade
- Colonel Carlos Ardanaz, Head, CBRN Military School, Ministry of Defence, Spain
- Colonel Oliver Toderiska, Head of CBRN Corps, Slovakian Army
- Colonel Wolfgang Reich, Deputy Director, JCBRN Defence Centre of Excellence
- Colonel Anderson Pedreira Silva (Ret), CBRN Defense Analyst at the 3rd Sub Chief of Staff, Brazilian Army
- Armenio Jose Louro Liceia, Commander, EOD and CBRN Unit, Special Police Unit, National Police Force, Portugal
- Lieutenant Colonel Steve Jacobsen, Head of International Cooperation, Standardization and Doctrines Branch, CBRN Defence Command, Bundeswehr
- Captain David Nabais, Commander, CBRN Defense Coy, Portuguese Army
- Captain Sergio Correia, Commander, EOD Coy, Portuguese Army
- Police Lieutenant Colonel Nandor Kocsis, Head of CBRN Department, Counter Terrorism Centre, Hungary
- Luis Portugal, Head of Unit, Emergency Preparedness and Response Unit (EPRE), Department of Emergencies and Radiation Protection, Portuguese Environment Agency (APA)
- Dr. Antonella Cavallo, rescEU CBRN Lead, Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations, European Commission
- Lieutenant Colonel Ladislava Navratilova, Scientist, Chemical Expert and Emergency Responder, Population Protection Institute, General Directorate of the Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic
- Dr. Patrick Mullan, CB Response Technical Lead, DSTL
- Chief Inspector Mark Roberts, Operations Department, Police Service of Northern Ireland
- Major Daniele Del Gaudio, Head of CBRN Specialist Support Office, Ministry of Defence, Italy
- Major Giancarlo Romana, PROT Course Director and Instructor, Protection Department, NATO School
- Dr. Sophie Allain Ioos, Biosecurity and Health Security Protection Unit, Epidemic and Pandemic Preparedness and Prevention Department, World Health Organisation
- Laurent Robert, Weapons Contamination, CBRN Advisor, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
- Derek Broadbent, Business Development Manager, Argon Electronics
- Pauline Gareau, Senior International Products Manager, SERB Pharmaceuticals
- Jon Hall, QFSM, European lead on CBRN Advice and Research, Resilience Advisors Network
- Professor Roberto Mugavero, President, OSDIFE
- Dr. Hazem Matar, Associate Professor, Toxicology Research Group, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
- Dr. Donell Harvin, Senior Homeland Security Researcher, Emergency & Disaster Management Program, Georgetown University, United States
NBC-Sys is a leading provider of CBRN detection, protection and decontamination solutions. For more than 70 years, we provide our Military & Civil customers with:
- Air-treatment systems for vehicles & shelters,
- Decontamination solutions for sensitive materials, vehicles, aircrafts, infrastructure and personnel,
- Individual protection, including respirators units and CBRN filter,
- Chemical & biological individual detectors and mobile detection kits.
NBC-Sys is continuously maintaining an in-house design, development, production, testing & support capability.