Dag Slettemeås and Ardis Storm-Mathisen argue in a newspaper chronicle june 18th 2018 there is a lack of knowledge and routines on how to secure coordinated mobilisation of household resources in situations of electricity and ICT outages. You can read the full chronicle here.
Among the presenters were our partners Linda Kvarnlöf and Erika Wall from MidSweden University, Björn Karlsson from University of Iceland and Jan Alfred Anderson from The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology.
Ivar Knai from the SAMRISK II program comittee and DSB gave a comment and stakeholders from Oslo municipality as well as from fire and police force departments engaged in discussions of how to further activate citizens in preparedness work.
You can read more about the program and presentations below
The Exhibition ‘Electricity-outage, are you prepared?’ is an outcome of the HOMERISK Project and will open at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology Thursday June 14th at 11 am.
Come to the HOMERISK end-seminar ‘Are Nordic households prepared for electricity outage?’ at Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology Thursday June 14th from 9am to learn more about digital vulnerabilities, consumption and household’s preparedness for power outages. The Nordic research-team will then present findings from the HOMERISK project and discuss them with other interested actors. You can test Your own preparedness by engaging in the interactive activities of the Exhibition at the end of the seminar.