For An Open Workshop on Airport Security
Applications & Implications of Human Factors on
May 25, 2011, Brussels, Belgium
The BEMOSA Consortium, a consortium consisting of 11 partners
from 9 different countries within the EU Seventh Framework Programme
for Research & Technology Development (“FP7”),
has the pleasure to announce an open workshop on applying
human factors to airport security. The workshop will discuss the
implications of such applications on the operation, legislation
and training of airport employees as well venues for further
The BEMOSA Consortium would like to invite all relevant
stakeholders in order present our results to-date and
in particular to present the principles of social networking applied
to airport security. Stakeholders will include airport management
officials responsible for security, human resources and operations;
providers of airport security services; providers airport security
training services as well as public officials & policy makers. Through
this workshop the BEMOSA Consortium will be able to obtain an evaluation
by experts of the principles of applying human factors and social
networking to security and comments from stakeholders.
The workshop will be held in Room SDR1 of Building CDMA (Floor
-1) of the European Commission, Rue du Champs de Mars 21 in Brussels.
Registration is obligatory, but free of charge. The workshop will
take place during the entire day, but lunch will be included. People
interested to participate can register through the form on this
page not later than May 18, 2011.
Click here to download
the agenda and a map with the location of the building
We are looking forward to see you in Brussels!
On behalf of the BEMOSA Consortium,
Simon van Dam
Please fill out the following registration form: