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  • 1. PRACTICEPREPAREDNESS AND RESILIENCE AGAINST CBRNE TERRORISM USING INTEGRATED CONCEPTS AND EQUIPMENT Dr Hans Christian Gran Norwegian Defence research Establishment hcg@ffi.no PREPAREDNESS AND RESILIENCE AGAINST CBRN TERRORISM USING INTEGRATED CONCEPTS AND EQUIPMENT practice.fp7security.eu This project has received funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme. The views expressed in this document are purely those of the writer and may not in any circumstances be regarded as stating an official position of the European Community.
  • 2. practice.fp7security.eu FP7 SEC-2010.4.2.-2 PREPAREDNESS AND RESILIENCE TO A CBRN CRISIS • 1) to integrate capabilities and to develop a system of tools and methods to improve and coordinate operational reaction following the occurrence of the event • 2) introduce a complete toolbox to be used by public authorities in charge of crisis management (incl. health authorities). It should lead to an integrated European approach to CBRN crisis. It should provide and demonstrate significant improvements with the existing fragmented situation and significantly improve the resilience of the European Union • 3) to develop information and training kits to the public and to specific audiences envisaged before (preparedness) and after the event (response). The system includes early warning systems, isolation, shielding, decontamination, medical counter-measures etc.30/08/2012 PRACTICE 2
  • 3. practice.fp7security.eu CONTENT • The PRACTICE toolbox concept • Some preliminary experiences from interaction with end users and stakeholders30/08/2012 PRACTICE 3
  • 4. practice.fp7security.eu TOOLBOX APPROACH Event PRACTICE toolbox Health Police Firedep. Others service toolbox toolbox toolboxe toolbox s Police Firedep. Ambulance Others30/08/2012 PRACTICE 4
  • 5. practice.fp7security.eu TOOLBOX APPROACH • Parameters • Operational functions • Cover C, B, R, N in an all hazards approach30/08/2012 PRACTICE 5
  • 6. practice.fp7security.eu TOOLBOX APPROACH PARAMETERS – EVENT PARAMETERS Observables or factors that the responding parties observe in order to detect and to handle an event. The project will: • Identify and map the parameters • Organise these and identify the connections and prioritise parameters30/08/2012 PRACTICE 6
  • 7. practice.fp7security.eu TOOLBOX APPROACH OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS The means that the responding parties have to their disposal in handling an event • Tools, equipment, procedures, routines and expertise the responding parties have to their to their disposal Means are organized into main operational functions: • Threat assessment • Prevention • Preparedness • Response  General and situational awareness  Environment  Organisation  Public care • Recovery30/08/2012 PRACTICE 7
  • 8. practice.fp7security.eu TOOLBOX APPROACH MEANS TO IDENTIFY AND MAP EVENT PARAMETERS AND OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS • Workshops with end users and stakeholders  Three workshops per August 2012 • Use of national support groups • Use of experience from other projects • Use of scenarios and experience from real events and exercises30/08/2012 PRACTICE 8
  • 9. practice.fp7security.eu IMPORTANT GOALS FOR THE TOOLBOX BASED ON INTERACTION WITH END USERS/STAKEHOLDERS • Faster and more precise alert/alarm  Combining and correlating separate ”incidents” to give an overall picture as basis for an alarm • Faster and more precise response  Faster transfer of data (sensor readings, detection of dangerous diseases, etc.)  Faster understanding of the situation  Better decisions • Better communication with knowledge/overview of other responding parties and their real time capabilities • Increase the awareness/knowledge among the public  More correct behaviour among the public in a crisis • Optimize the use of resources  Faster access (track and trace) to the right resources  Faster return to normality30/08/2012 PRACTICE 9
  • 10. practice.fp7security.eu WP STRUCTURE WP1 Management WP6 Field Integration WP2 Scenarios and critical and Validation Event Parameters WP7 Training Kits WP3 Operational Functions WP8 Human and WP4 Toolbox concept Societal Factors Development WP9 Dissemination WP5 Toolbox Integration and Development30/08/2012 PRACTICE 10
  • 11. practice.fp7security.eu PRACTICE CONSORTIUM – 23 MEMBERS University x4 Research Inst x 6 Industry x 6 SME x 3 End Users x 4 UmU FFI (Norwegian CASSIDIAN IBC HPA European CBRNE Center, UmU (Coordinator) Defence Research Establishment Kings College Demokritos ASTRIUM PROMETECH SGSP London University FOI (Swedish Selex Sistemi CBRNE Ltd DEMC catholic de Defence Research Integrati (Disaster and Louvain Agency) Medical Centre MIUN CEN (Standards) Selex Galileo NFI SUJCHBO Astri Polska TNO Bruhn Newtech30/08/2012 PRACTICE 11