The Second International Conference on Improving the Resilience of Hospitals and Critical Facilities
“Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable” is one of the 17 global goals, which have been designed to be a “shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. Support for resilient hospitals as important infrastructure in cities and urban regions is the focus of the “BEHTAB II” project implemented by UN-Habitat and supported by the Government of Japan. The Second International Conference on Improving the Resilience of Hospitals and Critical Facilities aims at different aspects of this subject and brings together all the stakeholders, engineers, and official members to share their achievements in such a forum. The conference is being held in cooperation with BHRC. “The Second International Conference on Improving the Resilience of Hospitals and Critical Facilities” is a two-day event on May 2 and 3, 2023.
The Conference Topics include:
- Technical Codes and Criteria in Design, Construction, Evaluation, and Retrofit of Resilient Hospitals
- Innovative Technologies for Resilient Hospitals in Natural Hazards
- Maintenance Engineering and Hospital Resources Management
- Risk Assessment and Management in Hospitals
- Green Hospitals in Natural Hazards
- Lessons Learnt and Previous Experiences of Health Facilities in Natural Hazards
- Approaches and Achievements of the BEHTAB II Project
All stakeholders, including researchers, engineers, practitioners, government, as well as public and private sectors are welcome to contribute. The conference is composed of parallel programs in three parts: the presentation of keynote lectures, practical and research papers, and an exhibition.
To register and get more information, please visit the conference website at the address below: