High Level Group

Role of the High Level Group:

The HLG provides strategic guidance and advices to the Executive Board of ETPIS for:

  • promotion of the Technology Platform and its relevance in the field of Industrial Safety
  • dissemination of the Technology Platform activities and potentials to stakeholders in industry, national governments, academia and the research fraternity
  • enhancing effectiveness of the Technology Platform
  • critical Review of the activities of ETPIS, the Strategic Research Agenda, the ETPIS management of it and its impact in Europe
  • setting a long term path for the development and exploitation of ETPIS

Members of the HLG:

  • Hans-Peter Neumann
    BASF, Vice President and Director HSE
  • Didier Larrauri
    EDF, Head of Industrial Risk Management Department in EDF R&D

  • Antonio Moreno
    IBERDROLA, Director HSE
  • Fernando Lopes
    DELPHI, EH&S Manager EMEA Region

  • Tim Tregenza
  • Reto Schneider
    SWISS RE, Director and Head of Risk Engineering Services
  • Oliver Polanz
    Hochtief, Head of Occupational Safety Health and Environmental Protection Center
  • Eusebio Gainza Lafuente
    Praxis Pharma, Scientific Director
  • Tom Schalenbourg
    Toyota Material Handling Europe, Sustainable Development Director
  • David S.W. Tjong,
    Ideal Standard International, Global Director HSE

  • Reyes Gonzalez,
    HEINEKEN, Global Safety Manager



Terms of Reference
of the HLG 




Executive Board

Role of the Executive Board:

The EB takes care of the day-to-day management of the platform.

Members of the EB:

  • R. Nomen (IQS): Focus on the involvement of SMEs and implementation of the research results
  • J.J. Larrañeta (Tecnalia): Link with National TPIS
  • V. Cozzani (CONPRICI): Support for scientific coordination and answers to societal challenges
  • A. Jovanovic (R-Tech, EU-VRi): Scientific Coordination and link with other ETPs
  • J. Meulenbrugge (TNO): Financial issues and attractiveness for industry
  • O. Salvi (INERIS): Secretary General
If you need to contact a member of the Executive Board, please use: info@industrialsafety-tp.org
Mirror Group

Participants in the Mirror Group are Member States, Associated Candidate Countries and Associated States of the research Framework Programme having an interest in the development of industrial safety.

Further information is available under the section "National Activities".