ONLINE talks

The Cheers network is composed by experts in different fields (risk anaysisemergency planning, cultural heritage conservation and valorisation).
One of the purpose of the network is to share point of views and experiences.

In this direction, the main stakeholders involved in Cheers were interviewed in order to:
+ collect expert opinion on the issues addressed in the project
+ compare opinions, experiences and know-how on the same topics from different Countries

All stakeholders speak in their original language.

The videos are subtitled in English

HÉLÈNE HOMPS, curator of the Musée de la Vallée in Barcelonnette, FRANCE
Practices and training for safeguarding cultural heritage and first intervention

JASNA SVETINA, conservator at Institute for the protection of Cultural Heritage, SLOVENIA
Advantages of a methodology to menage cultural assets exposed to natural hazards
The importance of setting priorities 

CLAUDE-MARIE MONNERON, Specialist in the implementation of safeguard plans and simulation exercises, FRANCE
A methodology for the prioritization of safeguarding activities   

PATRICE DALLEM, Blue Shield Volunteer, FRANCE
The importance of setting priorities 

JEAN-CHRISTOPHE JULIEN, Commander of the Departmental Fire and Rescue Service of Provence Alps 04, FRANCE
State of knowledge on planning and risk management involving cultural heritage

CLAUS PETER ECHTER, Vice President of Europa Nostra Germany and Past President of the Scientific committee of ICOMOS-CIVVIH ; GERMANY
The importance of methodologies for the protection of cultural heritage

JACQUES REBIERE, Curator, restorer and director of LC2R based in Draguignan, FRANCE
Experienced crisis management situation

STEPHANE LIAUTAUD, Earthquake advisor, Department’s office of territory and sea mnagement and in charge of Earthquake Plan 06 since June 2017, FRANCE
Prevention plans and heritage protection

ERIC FEUILLET, Commander, Oise Department’s Prevention Group leader and head of the heritage mission, FRANCE
Practices and training for safeguarding cultural heritage and first intervention