Disruptive events as the risk of disaster from natural, technological, economic and social, constitute at present a complex reality. The cities have never been so exposed to this type of shocks, like nowadays. The increased frequency and severity of accidents and disasters that have occurred in recent decades worldwide, enliven the memory of the whole society and strengthen the need to define a policy joint preventive, and with the involvement of public and private organizations, governments, operational technicians, infrastructure operators, specialists and the own citizen.

Emerges the need to implement a preventive strategy, which aims to contribute to the minimization of damages caused by this type of events, which have contributed to the destruction of societies, cultures and territories (direct and indirect); the abolition of basic services; the interference in the quality of life; the disruption of communications systems; the degradation of the environment and the investment of substantial amounts for the reconstruction of society.

During RESILENS project, the CML carried out 128 sessions of information and public awareness whichinvolved approximately 15000 participants who wished to challenge the society in General and the operators and/or managers of critical infrastructure to: