PEERS and NSAI Webinar to Strengthen CBRN-E Security in Europe

Advancing European CBRN-E Preparedness and Response through Standardisation

The National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) and the PracticE Ecosystem for StandaRdS (PEERS) project are collaboratively hosting a webinar on December 12, 2023, titled ‘Enhancing CBRN-E Preparedness and Response Capabilities through Standardisation.’ The webinar aims to showcase ongoing European CBRN-E research and standardisation efforts, specifically focusing on citizen and societal security.

Open to members of national standardisation bodies and first responders such as police officers, firefighters, and paramedics involved in CBRN-E incident response, the event provides a platform to share insights and foster collaboration.

PEERS, a Horizon Europe project, seeks to strengthen the European Union’s operational safety and security policies. The project emphasizes practitioner-driven ecosystems and pre-normative processes. A diverse team of specialists within PEERS collaborates to meet policymaker and practitioner expectations, driving transformative change in the European CBRN-E landscape.

Central to this initiative is the creation of a comprehensive dataset map by the PEERS project. This map encompasses a wide range of data, offering a significant landscape mapping of CBRN-E stakeholders, standards, and products and services.

The PEERS project work on CBRN-E



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