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In the project STAC-CBRNE (Strengthening the Transnational Capacity of the Management of CBRNE Agents related Emergencies), funded by the Swedish Institute, the partners identified common gaps and capability challenges in crisis management of hazardous substances in the Baltic Sea Region  and developed  a concept of “Treff” –  a large Baltic Sea Region CBRNE networking forum. The…

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Civil Security team meets Swedish CBRNE actors

The CBRNE stakeholders meeting is organised by MSB (Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency) twice a year for all actors in Sweden, dealing with CBRNE (hazardous materials) issues. This was the second appearance of the CBSS Secretariat’s Civil Security team at the meeting. In August 2018, Project Officer Nina Jernberg presented EUSBSR PA Secure work and the…

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Hazardous substances preparedness in the BSR: need for better connections between levels and sectors

Strengthening the cross-sectoral cooperation in CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives) preparedness in the Baltic Sea Region is one of the prioritised strategic actions in the Joint Position on Enhancing Cooperation in the Civil Protection Area, adopted by the Directors General for Civil Protection in the BSR in May 2017. Continuing its efforts in facilitating such…

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Building long-lasting partnerships – discussions with the European CBRNE Center in Umeå

The STAC-CBRNE project – Strengthening the Transnational Capacity of the Management of CBRNE agents related Emergencies – funded from the Swedish Institute’s Seed Funding Facility, offers a platform for developing long-term cooperation on CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives) issues in the Baltic Sea Region. On 2 October 2017, Senior Adviser for Civil Security…

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PA Secure meets hazardous substances (CBRNE) experts in Sweden to facilitate cooperation in BSR

An initiative focusing on increased cooperation around issues concerning CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive) substances and hazards in the Baltic Sea Region started in June 2017, under the umbrella of the project STAC-CBRNE – Strengthening the Transnational Capacity of the Management of CBRNE agents related Emergencies, funded by the Swedish institue’s Seed Funding…

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