Technical and support services in the field of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Security (Framework Service Contract No.: HOME/2014/ISFP/PR/CBRN/0025 – Lot 1)
Main objectives of the contract is to provide technical and support consultancy services to the DG HOME ~ European Commission on the CBRN–E related security matters, thereby directly supporting the development and implementation of the EC’s CBRN-E agenda and related polices and activities under the EU new approach to the detection and mitigation of CBRN-E risks. The aim of the project is to contribute to the development of key EU policies by analysing the nature and evolution of CBRN-E issues, gather and aggregate relevant information on CBRN-E security matters. Furthermore, the aim is to support the EC in organizing events with focus on CBRN-E security, as well as to establish and implement comprehensive dissemination of information to the two stakeholders and the wide EU public. Already implemented or ongoing tasks: Request 1 – Brief contents: ammonium nitrate below 16%; Request 2 – Work (surveys and related works) related to the implementation of Regulation 98/2013; Req. 3 – Brief overview of security of radioactive sources in medical facilities in the European Union. Currently being implemented.
- Req. 6 – Soft target attack exercise and a brief instruction including basic guidance materials and recommendations on soft target protection • Req. 7 – Gap analysis of detection of CBRN terrorist threats, and organization of cross-border exercise.
CBRN CoE PROJECT P44 – Strengthening CBRN first response capabilities and regional cooperation in South-East Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Southern Caucasus (Armenia, Georgia), Moldova, and Ukraine.
The overall objective of the project is to enhance response capabilities and promote inter-agency and regional cooperation in CBRN first response in the two sub-regions (Western Balkan region, Black Sea region) The specific objective for the two sub-regions is to improve the preparedness and response capabilities in the participating countries to CBRN incidents by enhancing the capabilities to organise and execute table-top and field exercises, as well as train-the-trainer courses both at national and sub-regional level.
The purpose of this regional project is to support the long-term objectives of the governments of the concerned partner countries which are the sustainable development the management of their hazardous CBRN waste materials resources and contaminated environment, the safe and secure handling, transportation and disposal of CBRN waste in the industry and in the public domain.