EAS 2018 Masthead

Date:   Wednesday, 27 September 2017

  13:45 - 15:00

Location:     Berlin Messe Exhibition Center Palais - Conference Room 1


Course Description

Hear, learn, and receive insight into new trends in the safety and security field. In this session, safety and security experts will share their best practices for the attractions industry. Learn about the impact of bag check procedures, how to organize massive evacuations and how to provide a safe and secure environment for mass crowds. 

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Some of the session´s speakers include


Mogens Carsten Ramsløv, VP Operations, Security and Service, Tivoli Gardens, Denmark

Paul Chatelot

Paul Chatelot, Director, Prevention, Safety and Environment, Disneyland Paris, France

Paul is leading prevention programs throughout the Guests’ experience and the Environmental management. He also has the responsibility of the Crisis Management System. Paul joined Disneyland ® Paris in 1990 after 12 years of industrial experience in different areas such as Quality Assurance Manager for ARIANE’s Operations and launch pad facilities at Kourou, Guyana. He was an Engineer in the equipment of several aerospace programs and motorsport F1 teams. Paul holds an engineering degree from the Higher School of Aerospace Techniques and Automotive Construction.

Frank Bersch

Frank Bersch, Safety Manager, Efteling, The Netherlands

Frank Bersch is originally a chemical technologist, but has now been working for more than 10 years in security functions. In 2012 he graduated at the University of Antwerp as Higher Security Officer. Currently, Frank has been employed for three years as Safety Manager at the Efteling where he is working on a transition from rule-driven safety to risk-driven safety.


Dr. Alysia Sagi-Dolev, CEO, Qylur Intelligent Systems, United States

Dr. Lisa Dolev has over 25 years as a security and defense technology leader with a focus on counter-terrorism.  She is currently the CEO of Qylur Intelligent Systems. Prior to this she led counter-terrorism technology programs for a defense organization, and was the liaison for international partnerships in this domain. She established the first human-focused counter suicide bomber technology program for the organization. Prior to this she served as officer in the IAF.  Dr. Dolev frequently speaks in security forums in the U.S. and internationally, and holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Tel Aviv University. 

Richard Quellyn-Roberts, CEO, Mitmark, United Kingdom