The EU CBRN Centers of Excellence Initiative
EU CBRN Risk Mitigation Centers of Excellence project, launched in 2010, is an initiative of the European Union. It is implemented jointly by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI). It is a response to the need to strengthen the institutional capacity of countries outside the European Union to mitigate CBRN risks.
Security in Transport in North Africa and Sahel region
There is ever-increasing risk inherent to the transport of chemical and biological transport warranting tighter regulation and other accident prevention measures to safeguard both the civil population and the environment.
SecTrans-NAS kicked off the first in a series of training courses and workshops at the beginning of March, in Burkina Faso. This interactive side of the project is aimed at finding solutions to different aspects concerning the transportation of hazardous biochemicals...
SecTrans-Nas enters active phase in Burkina Faso with a solutions proposal and training implementation
The premises of the Institut Supérieur d'Etudes de Protection Civile Officiel in Ouagadougou was the venue for various activities carried out by experts from the SecTrans-NAS project team. Also in attendance was the national focal point, with action taking place over...
On 19 and 20 November, at the headquarters of the Technical Agency for Land Transport, was hold the first meeting of a delegation of European experts with the stakeholders of the Transport of Hazardous Materials in Tunisia. As the official launch of the project took...
Strengthening regional security by increasing local expertise
The CoE aims to strengthen regional security by increasing local ownership, local expertise and by ensuring long-term sustainability through this dynamic network that continues to evolve.
Transport of CBRN, a very high priority
In an environment where circulation of goods is constantly increasing, the risk posed by the transport of chemical and biological materials is also growing.