BULLSEYE – Harmonised procedures and awareness of all agencies involved in the response of a chemical or a biological terrorist attack: education- training and train the trainer 

Coordinator: Service Public Federal InterieurBelgium

CERBERUS – The establishment of the Central European Regional Mobile CBRN-E/Dirty Bomb First Responder Unit

Coordinator: Keszenleti Rendorseg, Hungary

COBRA – Confrontation of CBRN-Terrorism Threats

Coordinator: Kentro Meleton Asfaleias – Center Forsecurity Studies Centre D’Etudes de Securite, Greece

DirtyBomb – Increased preparedness to CBRN incidents via first responders’ joint exercises

Coordinator: Komenda Stołeczna Policji, Poland

ECCOFEX – On the feasibility of the creation of a European CBRN Centre of Excellence

Coordinator: Belgian Nuclear Research Centre, Belgium

EUProtect – Development of New Solutions for the Protection of European Citizens and Infrastructures Against Terrorist Threats

Coordinator: STAMTECH SRL, Italy

Mall-CBRN – Creation of CBRNE protection system for large area shopping malls

Coordinator: University of Lodz, Poland

MELODY – A harmonised CBRN training curriculum for first responders and medical staff

Coordinator: Belgian Nuclear Research CentreBelgium

Minimising insider threats within the supply chain of the precursors for explosives (as per EU Regulation No 98/2013)

Coordinator: Belgian Nuclear Research Center, Belgium

MITIREL – Coordinated trans-national training programme for prevention and mitigation of CBR release induced by non-state actors

Coordinator: Industrial Chemistry Research Institute, Poland

PRINCE- Preparedness Response for CBRNE INCidEnts

Coordinator: EDPA European & Development Programmes Agency, Greece

Preventing and fighting CBRN-E terrorism – building capacity of actors involved in the detection and mitigation of CBRN-E risks at air and road border crossings on European level

Coordinator: Regional Police Headquarters in Lublin, Poland

QROC – Quick Response for Operational Centers

Coordinator: Stichting Dutch Institute for Technology, Safety & Security (DITSS), Netherlands

RESIST – REsilience Support for critical Infrastructures’ through Standardized Training on CBRN

Coordinator: Associazione Ethic Safe, Italy

S.S.E.E.– Shielding South-east Europe from CBRN-E threats

Coordinator: Center for Security Studies (KEMEA), Greece

SE-CBRN-URE – Support for European Union action in the field of CBRN security managers education

Coordinator: The Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection of The University of Lodz, Poland

TRANSTUN – TRANSnational TUNnel operational CBRN risk mitigation

Coordinator: Associazione Ethic Safe, Italy

Advancing the CBRN forensic capability of the CSI Division of Hellenic Police

Coordinator: Center for Security Studies (KEMEA), Greece

AETHER – Preparedness and consequence management regarding air passenger transport security in the case of CBRN threat by terrorists

Coordinator: Helsingin yliopisto, Aleksanteriinstituutti, Finland

All together against CBRN terrorist threats

Coordinator: Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic

Analysis of risks related to the misuse of Natural Radioactive Materials for terrorist attacks

Coordinator: Centre of Scientific Culture Alessandro Volta, Italy

Assessing tracking systems for high risk radiological sources

Coordinator: Institute of Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety, France

Detection and Identification of Explosive Precursors and Explosives

Coordinator: VVUU, a.s., Czech Republic

Developing effective response of the public order and safety structures in CBRN terrorist acts

Coordinator: Alexandru Ioan Cuza Police Academy, Romania

Early Warning System for arms (AR), explosives (EX) and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials (CBRN)

Coordinator: Subdirectorate General for Information and Communication Systems for Security, Spain

eTraining against CBRN Terrorism: the development of a CBRN online training Platform & Curriculum

Coordinator: Securitas Transport Aviation Security, Belgium

European Biosecurity Awareness Raising Network

Coordinator: Centre of Scientific Culture Alessandro Volta, Italy

European Explosive Ordnance Disposal Network (EEODN) Activities 2012 in CBRN and Explosive

Coordinator: Danish National Police, Denmark

Exchange of explosives data to make a comprehensive database through police laboratories cooperation

Coordinator: University of Alcala, University Institute of Research in Police Sciences, Spain

Extension of the Early Warning System for Arms (AR), Explosives (EX) and Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear

Coordinator: Ministry of Interior-General Deputy Directorate of Information Systems and Communications, Spain

Implementation of an RN Emergency System in Eastern Mediterranean

Coordinator: National Centre for Scientific Research Demokritos, Greece

Improving Explosive Chemical Analysis Capacity

Coordinator: Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Slovenia

Innovative Technology – Air Cargo Explosive Trace Detection Chamber

Coordinator: Luxembourg Safety Aviation Agency

TIER – Integrated strategy for CBRN Threat Identification and Emergency Response

Coordinator: University of Piemonte Orientale, Italy

New Identification Methods of Improvised Explosive Devices and Post-blast Residues by Raman Spectroscopy to Prevent Criminal Actions

Coordinator: University of Alcala, University Institute of Research in Police Science, Spain

Security of Sales of High Risk Chemicals

Coordinator: Ministry of Security and Justice, Netherlands

SNITCH – Spectral Nuclide Information Technology for Counterterrorism and Hazmat units

Coordinator: STUK – Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Finland

Strengthening CBRN-response in Europe by enhancing on-site cooperation between safety and security organisations: an Italian pilot

Coordinator: Scuola Superiore di Studi Universitari e di Perfezionamento Sant’Anna, Italy

Post-blast investigation and IEDD (Improvised Explosive Device Disposal) Training for Experts

Coordinator: Federal Criminal Police Office, Germany

Public Intentions and Information Needs following Biological and Radiological Terrorism

Coordinator: Health Protection Agency, United Kingdom

Threat Identification and Assessment Against Chemical Supply Chain

Coordinator: Province of Novara, Italy

Training school for BSL-3/4 scientists and staff

Coordinator: Hannover Medical School, Germany

Adaptation and roll out of SCEPYLT G-5 “Explosives Control Information System for Terrorism Fight and Prevention” in the 27 EU state members

Coordinator: Indra Sistemas S.A, Spain

The project represents an information system for the control of explosives of civilian use. And is divided in two phases: adaptation and roll out: there are two coordination meetings planned in order to discuss about adaptations, modifications, suggestions; and maintenance and call center support (6 months). There are two technical visits planned to each Member state to solve technical problems and make suggestions specific to each partner.

Risk awareness, risk assessment and risk management (CBRN)

Coordinator: CEN, Belgium

The project aims to develop a CEN Workshop Agreement for CBRN risk based management, which can be used as a methodology for measures and procedures for CBRN detection, decontamination, collective protection for emergency staff and mass protection for the citizens.

Safe airports in the face of terrorism threats in present Europe

Coordinator: Warsaw Metropolitan Police, Poland

The project concentrates on a simulation exercise that will be organised during an international seminar in Warsaw. The scope of the seminar is to discuss the security and preparedness system of European airports in face of a potential terrorist attack. Additionally, security and rescue units working at the airport will be engaged into the simulation exercise: Police, Boundary Guards, Fire Guards, Airport Security, Ambulance Service. The simulation will consist of an evacuation procedure generated by a suspected luggage that is left in airport area as well as a rescue procedure against explosion. During the exercise a movie is going to be made. It will contain professional instructions of behaviour in critical situations and cooperation with rescue forces.

SECUFOOD – Security of European Food supply chain

Coordinator: University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome, Italy

The aim of the project is to realise an overview of strategies adopted in the EU in order to prevent terrorist attacks against the supply food chain. To this aim, SECUFOOD proposes to perform such an analysis in a methodological framework that allows the matching of the adopted strategies with the potential threats. This, in turn, gives the possibility to better emphasize best practices, discover dangerous gaps and emphasise those aspects that appear to be under or over estimate.

Standardization activities on critical infrastructure protection – support to the CEN

Coordinator: The European Committee for Standardization, Belgium

The projects is composed by 2 workshops: the first one’s objective is to enable various services to co-operate internally and across the borders on a common basis within a signle master process. Participating stakeholders: Experts from emergency services, e.g. fire fighters, police, embulance personnel, armed forces, specialised disaster services, existing cross border co-operation schemes, procurement officers, certification institutions . The second workshop is dedicated to Personal Protective Equipment for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) hazards. The proposed Workshop will allow CBRN PPE issues to be discussed and debated in a dedicated environment, with a view to reaching consensus on a CEN Workshop Agreement, in order to facilitate the manufacture of PPE that protects adequately CBRN hazards.

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