The last call for proposals for the Cooperation NMP Programme of FP7 has been published on July 20, 2011. It includes the topic “NMP.2012.3.0-2 Total Safety Management for industrial organizations” promoted by ETPIS. 

The call text is now available at:
You can find more information about the call context by visiting the homepage of the Industrial Technologies Unit:

To facilitate the development of relevant projects, ETPIS organizes a workshop and a brokerage event on September 19, 2011 in Brussels.

In the morning the call “NMP.2012.3.0-2 Total Safety Management for industrial organizations” will be presented by the project officer in charge of the call. Then, results from recent projects and initiatives will provide an overview of the remaining challenges in the field of Human and organizational factors in industrial safety.
In the afternoon, a brokerage event is organized in two parts. First, consortia and project initiators will have the opportunity to present their ideas, get a feedback and find possible additional partners. Then, partners interested by the call will have the possibility to present their profile.

Active Agenda


Progress on Human and organizational factors in industrial safety


Brokerage Event

Total Safety Management in industrial organizations

September 19th, 2011
in Brussels

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09:15– 10:00

Registration - Coffee - Welcome

10:00– 10:05

Welcome addresses from ETPIS Executive Board
Olivier Salvi (INERIS)

10:05 – 10:30

Background information

1.    Introduction of the call NMP.2012.3.0-2. Total Safety Management for industrial organisations
Antonio CIPOLLARO (European Commission)

2.    Questions / Answers

10:30 – 12:30

Recent progress in industrial safety management

3.    Building safety indicators
Lars Bodsberg (SINTEF)

4.    Operational experience feedback as an added value for
total safety management

Yves Dien and Carole Duval (EDF)

5.    Exploring the emerging trends and practices for Process Safety
Monica Grillo (IQS-URL)

6.    Towards anticipative risk management with Resilience
Innovation Lab

Johan van der Vorm (TNO)

7.    HSG65: the UK regulator’s guidance on a high level approach to
achieve good health & safety management (under review)
Laurence Cusco (HSE – HSL)

8.    Overview of Masca (Managing change in high reliability industry,, and of a selection of EU projects on
the use of VR and AR for improving safety
Dr Maria Chiara Leva (Aerospace Psychology Research Group, School of Psychology - Trinity College Dublin)

12:30 – 14:00

Lunch break

14:00 – 16:00

Presentation of initiatives and company profiles
related to the call “Total Safety Management”

Introduction by the facilitator

Presentation of project ideas submitted by the participants
  • Project ideas from Jet Solutions, Switzerland
    (presented at the end of the morning session)

  • Project ideas from DTU, Denmark

  • Project ideas from ICCS, Greece

  • Project ideas from IQS, Spain

  • Project ideas from SWEREA IVF, Sweden

  • Project ideas from VTT, Finland

  • Project ideas from SINTEF, Norway

Other presentation of partner profiles
  • CIOP, Poland

  • INERCO, Spain

  • PESI, Spain

  • Tecnalia, Spain

  • Virtualware, Spain

16:00 – 16:30

Wrap – up and conclusions


End of the meeting