This report will present the findings from the review of academic literature relating to public perceptions of, and responses to, mitigation and management strategies for CBRNe terrorism.
Report describing and design the architecture of the mobile app for vulnerable citizens to ensure a modular, flexible, adaptable, scalable and robust system.
Report describing the structure the of the PSAB, the profiles of the stakeholders supporting the project activities per WP, and the sub-group of the PSAB which provides regular feedback and steering advice, including security requirements on limited dissemination.
Report including the CSAB review of the WP1 outcomes
Initial draft of preincident public information materials for CBRNe terrorism developed and focus grouped with members of the public
Update of D2.1 and report describing the results and recommendations from the comparative study between LEAs.
Report describing the structure the of the CSAB, the profiles of the civil society organisations supporting the project activities per WP, and the sub-group of the CSAB which provides feedback and steering advice.
This operationalization of the findings of D8.1 will constitute specific concrete recommendations for the PROACTIVE toolkit. This deliverable establishes the standards to follow in order to enhance users’ acceptability of the toolkit, including vital aspects such as awareness, knowledge and consent.
This report will present the findings from the review of current tools, SOP’s, guidance and policy documents, in order to identify current policy for mitigation of CBRNe terrorism, across different countries and organisations.
Based on the second opening of the questionnaire and additional interviews this new deliverable will be a further update of D23 which will expand the comparative study to include new countries
This Deliverable provides a mapping of legal requirements and ethical standards at the EU level. It will offer a comprehensive and holistic understanding of the legal framework as well as ethical principles that will guide the project development. The ethics requirements regarding humans (requirement 1) and the protection of personal data (requirements 6–7) are transferred to WP10 and covered in deliverables D10.1, D10.6 and D10.7, as per post-grant requirements.
The Deliverable will be issued as a Guideline for use by Practitioners carrying out joint exercises.
Report describing the results and recommendations from the survey with vulnerable citizens
Report describing common points together with distinct approaches found in available SOPs and from expert interviews which would be used in planning content of joint exercises
Exercise Methodology comprising the Exercise Action Plan encapsulating the Main Events List, Technology Availability List, Scenarios, Logistics, Communications, Risks and Exercise Readiness Reviews (Status Reviews). The initial methodology described in D6.1 will be updated in D6.3, D.6.4, D6.5.
Creation of a project leaflet using the project graphic identity to be used for initial promotion.
Report to incorporate the end user requirements as system requirements, specifically detailing the functionality, security, interoperability and graphic user interface.
This deliverable will generate scenarios for use within the exercises carried out as part of Tasks 6.3, 6.4, and 6.5. It will also identify the most appropriate evaluation methodologies for use within these exercises, to ensure that the exercises are effective in evaluating and validating the tools developed. It will be updated in D6.6.
This report will provide guidelines and recommendations for the mitigation and management of CBRNe terrorism, considering current policy and Human Factor insights alongside the current state of the art.
Report including the PSAB review of the WP1 outcomes
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Author(s): Grigore Havarneanu, Laura Petersen
Published in: World Congress of Rail Training 2019, 2019
Publisher: World Congress of Rail Training (WCRT2019)
Author(s): Laura Petersen, Grigore Havarneanu, Garik Markarian, Natasha McCrone
Published in: 2019 International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Disaster Management (ICT-DM), 2019, 2020, Page(s) 1 - 4, ISBN 978-1-7281-4920-2