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2nd ISCFEDM – Section E, Safety and security

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This page contains the presentations of Section E of the 2nd International Scientific Conference on Fire Engineering and Disaster Management 2022. (Az oldal a II. Tűzvédelmi Mérnöki és Katasztrófavédelmi Nemzetközi Tudományos Konferencia angol nyelvű előadásainak anyagait tartalmazza.)


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Subsection 1

Chair: Alexander Fekete | Co-Chair: József Hesz

Subsection 2

Chair: Julius Piwowarski | Co-Chair: Gábor Kovács

 

Subsection 3

Chair: Belle Johannes | Co-Chair: Alice Ncube

Subsection 4

Chair: Roman Tandlich | Co-Chair: Jozef Svetlik

 

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Tegyey A.C.: Variegation of security – mental security of the Helpers

 

Andrea Cecília Tegyey Consultant psychologist, works in Zala County Police HR Sercive since 2012. Also student of the University of Public Service Ph. D. in Law Enforcement 

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6313-4418

 

 


 

Trapp L. - Farkas J.: Tactical training experiences of a critical infrastructure security guard in Hungary

 

My name is László Trapp. I completed my military service in 1999, and since then I have been working in law enforcement without interruption. I have served in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Republican Guard (nowadays it calls Riot Police), in the National Tax and Customs Administration, and since 2016 I have been a training officer of the Military Law Enforcement Centre of the Hungarian Defence Forces. My responsibilities include planning, organizing and implementing the professional training for soldiers of the Military Police. I am specialised to the field of action tactics. I prepare the personnel to implement legal, professional and proportionate actions. I teach the practical application of coercion measures and their mechanisms. I prepare soldiers for the personal tasks closely related to action tactics, methods of bomb research and related obligations. I strive to train our soldiers to be able to assume and strive to train our soldiers to be able to assume and perform law enforcement duties.

     
  My name is Johanna Farkas. I'm an emergency psychologist, hypnotherapist with 20 years of work experience. I have a part-time job and a full-time job. My part-time job is related to education. I work as an Associate Professor for the University of Public Service at the Faculty of Law Enforcement at the Department of Criminal Psychology, I mainly train police officers. My full-time job is in the biggest Hungarian Children Hospital (called Heim Pál Pediatric Hospital), where I am the Head of the Department of Forensic Psychiatry. Our department is designed for the treatment of outpatients (e.g. youth psychopathy, deviant behaviour, etc.) and inpatients (e.g. suicide, psychosis, self-defeating behaviour) associated (or not) with antisocial behaviour. Our hospital is the only one in Hungary that treats patients (children and youth) with mental disorders and they are sometimes juvenile offenders (therefore, we often meet with police officers. My main areas of interest are criminal psychology and mental disorders.

 


 

Hornyacsek J. - Kovács G.: The potential of VR and Metavers in education and scientific research

 

Lt. Col. Julia Hornyacsek, an associate professor in the Department of Military Leadership And Public Knowledge at the University of Public Service. She gained her professional experience in the field of civil protection in population preparation and disaster eradication coordination. For her teaching activities, she conducted scientific research on the protection of the population and increasing the resilience of the population. In particular, it analyses the tasks of carrying out rescue tasks, supporting them and preparing the personnel of defence organisations. In this context, the co-author, Gergely Kovács, a doctoral student, is looking for the possibilities of state-of-the-art IT tools for environmentally conscious preparation, efficient rescue and technical support.

     
  Gergely Kovács is a doctoral student at the University of Public Service, Doctoral School of Military Engineering. Over the past year, he has gained professional experience with several development companies, in the areas of digital transformation, virtual reality and augmented reality solutions and developments. He currently coordinates AR/VR developments as a consultant for several public investments. The University explores the possibilities of using Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in the defense sphere, and within its research it specifically looks at the advantages and disadvantages of devices used in the AR/VR field.

 


 

Msimang A. - Tandlich R. - Restás Á.: The ethical dilemma in off-label use of Colchicine in COVID-19 cases 

 

Roman Tandlich is a PhD graduate from the College of Pharmacy at the North Dakota State University where he obtained a Doctor of Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2004. He has been working as a lecturer/senior lecturer and currently as associate professor in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Biochemistry in the Faculty of Pharmacy at Rhodes University since January 2008. Roman Tandlich’s expertise includes bioethics, water and sanitation; and public health.

     
  Dr. Ágoston Restás (Eng., ret. Firefighter Lt. Colonel) habilitated associate professor at the National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement, Institute of Disaster Management, head of the Department of Fire Protection and Rescue Operation Management. Restas holds mechanical engineering (1988), economist (1999) and disaster manager (2002) degrees. In 2008 Restás made his PhD thesis at the Miklós Zrínyi National Defense University, titled “Research and development of the aerial reconnaissance and extinguishing of forest fires”. In 2013 Restas prepared his other PhD thesis at the Corvinus University of Budapest, titled “Decision-making of firefighting managers in emergencies”. Habilitation was also passed in 2015 at the National University of Public Service, Budapest. 
     
  Msimang A.

 


 

Szalkai I.: Testing of an energy production plant with drone device

 

Szalkai I.

 


 

Parrag K.T. - Gál H.N. - Kátai-Urbán L. - Vass Gy.: Microplastics: What harm can they do, and how to prevent them?

 

Tamás Parrag is a research assistant at the Faculty of Water Sciences of the National University of Public Administration. He graduated from the University of Veszprém as a chemist. He worked for Hungarian water utility service providers as a laboratory manager and quality management manager for 8 years. He is a student and subject of the National Civil Service University Doctoral School of Military Engineering in the Prevention of Pollution by Industrial Wastewater, with a special focus on reducing the effects of micro-pollutants.

     
  Gál Henrik Norbert currently is a student in the National University of Public Service. He’s studying water engineering and public service. Furthermore, he’s studying IT Security, Cybersecurity, networking and ethical hacking at CeH. He got his first academic degree as a History-Geography teacher at SZTE. (University of Szeged)
     
  Ing. dr. jur. Lajos Kátai-Urbán PhD (1969): Colonel of fire protection, associate professor, head of Department for Industrial Safety for the Institute of Disaster Management, at the University of Public Service (UPS), Budapest, Hungary. He is responsible for the establishment and development of the industrial safety’s higher education system within the institution. He has been working for 14 years in the field of the prevention of industrial and transport accidents at the National Disaster Management Authority in Hungary. He was elected as a deputy chair of the UN ECE Industrial Accident Convention between 2004-2008. He obtained a Ph.D degree in military technical sciences (2005) at Zrínyi Miklós Defence University and habilitation degree (2015) at UPS, Budapest.
     
  Colonel Dr. habil. Gyula Vass was born in 1957. He has been leading the Institute of Disaster Management since 2017. Colonel Dr. Vass has master’s degrees in civil engineer (1991) and fire engineering (1986). He defended his PhD thesis in the field of military sciences, disaster management in 2006 at the Zrínyi Miklós National Defence University. In 2016 he habilitated at Ludovika-UPS and from 2017, he is full-time associate professor. He has positions at Fire and Disaster Management organisations as a firefighter, fire prevention officer, industrial safety expert and different fire chiefs. He is a member of the Scientific Council for Disaster Management, the Technical Scientific Section for Nuclear Accident Prevention and the Nuclear Energy Certification Commission. 

 


 

Balla J. - Kakócz K. - Németh G. - Vájlok L. - Vedó A.: Innovation in Border Security at Hungary's Schengen external border

 

Pol. Col. József Balla, PhD. head of the border policing department at Ludovika-University of Public Service (Ludovika-UPS). He is a police colonel and police high councillor. He started his professional career at the Border Guard in 1993 and continued at the National Headquarters of the Border Guard and National Headquarters of the Hungarian National Police, General Policing Directorate Border Policing Department in Documentation, as head of Border Policing and Compensation Division head till 2015, for ten years. Associate professor, because has also been to teaching in higher education since 2003. He is the editor-in-chief of Határrendészeti Tanulmányok (Border Police Studies Scientific Journal), and the author about 80 publications. His research interests include schengen-compatible border guard training and education, integrated border management and biometric personal data in police control (biomertic identification).

     
  Pol. Lt. Col Krisztián Kakócz began his professional career in 2001 at the Csenger Border Police Station of the Nyírbátor Border Police Directorate. In 2002 he was appointed as the commander of the “Nyírség” Border Guard company size special unit.  After the integration of the Border Guard, he served in the field of training and then in the field of aliens policing. From 2008 he was deputy head of the Aliens Policing Department of the Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County Police Headquarters, from 2010 he was head of holding centre, and from 2013 he was a senior officer in the Aliens Policing Department of the National Police Headquarters. Currently he is working as an assistant lecturer at the Border Policing Department of Ludovika University of Public Service. He is also a PhD student, and his research interests include the Hungarian aliens policing system and the detention of foreigners for law enforcement purposes. His scientific publications number is nine.
     
  Pol. Lt. Col. Gábor Németh began his career at the Hungarian Border Guard in 1990 as a patrol leader. He graduated at Zrinyi Miklós National Defence University in 2002 as a border guard manager. He served in various positions at the Border Guard till 2007. After the integration of the border guard and the police, he worked in the field of public security and order. Then, between 2010 and 2021, at the Police Education and Training Centre, he was responsible for the selection and training of police officers and civilian experts for foreign deployment in different peacekeeping missions. He also used to serve in different peacekeeping and other crises management missions in the Middle East and the Balkan region. Currently he is an assistant lecturer at the Law Enforcement Faculty Border Policing Department of Ludovika University of Public Service, giving lessons about border security, border control and border surveillance. He is also a PhD student at the above-mentioned University and his research area is the EU Common Security and Defence Policy and the Middle East.
     
  Pol. Lt. Col. László Vájlok began his professional career in 1995 as a border guard at the Hegyeshalom Border Police Station of the Győr Border Police Directorate. Between 1998 and 2002 he was a lecturer at the Border Police Department of the Police College, then between 2002 and 2008 he was a senior officer at the Border Police Department of the National Command Headquarters of the Border Police. Since 2010 he has been Head of the Border Police Department of the National Police Headquarters, and since 2019 he has been a lecturer at the Department of Border Police at the National University of Public Service.
     
  Pol. Maj. Attila Vedó, PhD. started his professional career in 2007 at the Border Police Station Drávaszabolcs of the Pécs Border Police Directorate and since then he has been working in the Border Police Service. From 1 February 2013, he headed the Border Police Department of the Siklós Police Station until 31 December 2017. Since 2019, he has been a senior lecturer at the Border Management Research Workshop of the St. George College. Her research interests include the history and development of the Hungarian border police, she has 46 scientific publications.

 


 

Balla J. - Kakócz K. - Németh G. - Vájlok L. - Vedó A.: V4 joint efforts

 

Pol. Col. József Balla, PhD. head of the border policing department at Ludovika-University of Public Service (Ludovika-UPS). He is a police colonel and police high councillor. He started his professional career at the Border Guard in 1993 and continued at the National Headquarters of the Border Guard and National Headquarters of the Hungarian National Police, General Policing Directorate Border Policing Department in Documentation, as head of Border Policing and Compensation Division head till 2015, for ten years. Associate professor, because has also been to teaching in higher education since 2003. He is the editor-in-chief of Határrendészeti Tanulmányok (Border Police Studies Scientific Journal), and the author about 80 publications. His research interests include schengen-compatible border guard training and education, integrated border management and biometric personal data in police control (biomertic identification).

     
  Pol. Lt. Col Krisztián Kakócz began his professional career in 2001 at the Csenger Border Police Station of the Nyírbátor Border Police Directorate. In 2002 he was appointed as the commander of the “Nyírség” Border Guard company size special unit.  After the integration of the Border Guard, he served in the field of training and then in the field of aliens policing. From 2008 he was deputy head of the Aliens Policing Department of the Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County Police Headquarters, from 2010 he was head of holding centre, and from 2013 he was a senior officer in the Aliens Policing Department of the National Police Headquarters. Currently he is working as an assistant lecturer at the Border Policing Department of Ludovika University of Public Service. He is also a PhD student, and his research interests include the Hungarian aliens policing system and the detention of foreigners for law enforcement purposes. His scientific publications number is nine.
     
  Pol. Lt. Col. Gábor Németh began his career at the Hungarian Border Guard in 1990 as a patrol leader. He graduated at Zrinyi Miklós National Defence University in 2002 as a border guard manager. He served in various positions at the Border Guard till 2007. After the integration of the border guard and the police, he worked in the field of public security and order. Then, between 2010 and 2021, at the Police Education and Training Centre, he was responsible for the selection and training of police officers and civilian experts for foreign deployment in different peacekeeping missions. He also used to serve in different peacekeeping and other crises management missions in the Middle East and the Balkan region. Currently he is an assistant lecturer at the Law Enforcement Faculty Border Policing Department of Ludovika University of Public Service, giving lessons about border security, border control and border surveillance. He is also a PhD student at the above-mentioned University and his research area is the EU Common Security and Defence Policy and the Middle East.
     
  Pol. Lt. Col. László Vájlok began his professional career in 1995 as a border guard at the Hegyeshalom Border Police Station of the Győr Border Police Directorate. Between 1998 and 2002 he was a lecturer at the Border Police Department of the Police College, then between 2002 and 2008 he was a senior officer at the Border Police Department of the National Command Headquarters of the Border Police. Since 2010 he has been Head of the Border Police Department of the National Police Headquarters, and since 2019 he has been a lecturer at the Department of Border Police at the National University of Public Service.
     
  Pol. Maj. Attila Vedó, PhD. started his professional career in 2007 at the Border Police Station Drávaszabolcs of the Pécs Border Police Directorate and since then he has been working in the Border Police Service. From 1 February 2013, he headed the Border Police Department of the Siklós Police Station until 31 December 2017. Since 2019, he has been a senior lecturer at the Border Management Research Workshop of the St. George College. Her research interests include the history and development of the Hungarian border police, she has 46 scientific publications.

 


 

Végső E. - Dobor J.: Practical application and demonstration of cobalt-60 isotope based on disaster management considerations

 

Eszter Végső is 20 years old, studyig at the University of Public Service in Budapest. She is in second year at disaster management, specializing for Industrial Safety. She will get her university degree in 2023. She wants to contine her study at the university in the future.

     
  József Dobor Workplace: University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement, Institute of Disaster Management, Department of Industrial Safety. Education: 2006 Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, MA in Chemistry; 2011 Eötvös Loránd University, Doctoral School of Environmental Sciences, Environmental Chemistry, PhD; 2018 University of Public Service, Diploma in Disaster Management, MA. Degrees: 2012, PhD, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science; 2018, habil. doc., University of Public Service. Assistant lecturer (2012-2013), senior lecturer (2013-2018), associate professor (2018-). Research areas: chemistry, chemical-biological-radiological damage detection, radiation protection, detection of industrial damage events, industrial safety. Address: Hungary, 1101 Budapest, Hungária krt. 9-11. Nationality: Hungarian, Email: dobor.jozsef@uni-nke.hu 

 


 

Raffai Zs. - Horváth H.: Safety aspects of public safety planning for the transport of dangerous goods

 

Zsófia Raffai is an industrial safety consultant at IMSYS Ltd., who has been working for the company since October 2021. Born on 27 January 1999 in Zalaegerszeg. She started her studies at the National University of Public Service in 2018, where she graduated with a BA degree in industrial safety. In November 2020, her thesis was awarded third place at the Faculty Scientific Student Conference, and second place at the National Scientific Student Conference in 2021. The nominated paper was awarded a scholarship for the New National Excellence Programme 2021/2022. His research topic is the transport of dangerous goods and the system of public safety planning. He is currently a first year Master's student in the Faculty of Law Enforcement, Disaster Management, National University of Public Service.

     
 

Maj. Hermina Horváth is an assistant lecturer at the National Directorate General for Disaster Management, who works at the Institute of Disaster Management of the Faculty of Law Enforcement at the University of Public Service since 2012.

She was born on 17 of April 1988 in Szekszárd. She began her studies in 2006 at the Miklós Zrínyi National Defence University obtained the BSc degree in defence administration as a defence administration officer and in 2009 the MSc degree in defence administration as a defence administration manager, disaster specialization. She began her PhD studies in 2013 at the Doctoral School of Military Engineering at the University of Public Service. 

Her research topic is emergency planning at railway marshalling yards, and dangerous goods transportation. She is also has a certificate of training as safety adviser for the transport of dangerous goods by road, rail and inland waterway. In addition she is the secretary at Scientific Students Association at the Faculty of Law Enforcement at UPS. She received the excellent lecturer title of the Institute in 2017.

 


 

Végső A. - Horváth H.: Radioactive waste managment and storage in Hungary

 

Alexandra Végső is 19 years old, studying at the University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement, Institute of Disaster Management. Presently she is in her second year specializing for Industrial Safety. She will get her university degree in 2023. At the same year she will apply for the master course, because she wants to continue her studies there in the future. 

     
 

Maj. Hermina Horváth is an assistant lecturer at the National Directorate General for Disaster Management, who works at the Institute of Disaster Management of the Faculty of Law Enforcement at the University of Public Service since 2012.

She was born on 17 of April 1988 in Szekszárd. She began her studies in 2006 at the Miklós Zrínyi National Defence University obtained the BSc degree in defence administration as a defence administration officer and in 2009 the MSc degree in defence administration as a defence administration manager, disaster specialization. She began her PhD studies in 2013 at the Doctoral School of Military Engineering at the University of Public Service. 

Her research topic is emergency planning at railway marshalling yards, and dangerous goods transportation. She is also has a certificate of training as safety adviser for the transport of dangerous goods by road, rail and inland waterway. In addition she is the secretary at Scientific Students Association at the Faculty of Law Enforcement at UPS. She received the excellent lecturer title of the Institute in 2017.

 


 

Kiss N. - Dobor J.: The disaster management perspective on an industrial incident in Aznalcollar in 1998

 

Noémi Kiss is 23 years old, graduated at the University of Public Service majoring at disaster management last year. Currently studying for a master's degree in disaster management, and has been working at the  disaster management  since September 2021.

     
  József Dobor Workplace: University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement, Institute of Disaster Management, Department of Industrial Safety. Education: 2006 Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, MA in Chemistry; 2011 Eötvös Loránd University, Doctoral School of Environmental Sciences, Environmental Chemistry, PhD; 2018 University of Public Service, Diploma in Disaster Management, MA. Degrees: 2012, PhD, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science; 2018, habil. doc., University of Public Service. Assistant lecturer (2012-2013), senior lecturer (2013-2018), associate professor (2018-). Research areas: chemistry, chemical-biological-radiological damage detection, radiation protection, detection of industrial damage events, industrial safety. Address: Hungary, 1101 Budapest, Hungária krt. 9-11. Nationality: Hungarian, Email: dobor.jozsef@uni-nke.hu 

 


 

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