Mapping

NBCR12WP2, “Preparatory and Mapping Activities”, is led by the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa and involves other two partners: the Italian National Fire-Fighters Corp – Fire Department of Pisa (CNVVF) and University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. WP2 aims at identifying and analysing the Italian and – in a comparative perspective – other 10 EU Member States’ Institutional and legal framework governing the response to CBRN incidents. It also aims to map and examine the technical-operational procedures and practices adopted by law enforcement authorities, incident commanders and other first responders in dealing with these incidents. Overall goal of the investigation is to identify the similarities and differences between the institutional, legal and, above all, technical-operational approach to CBRN events of the countries surveyed, as well as to recognise gaps and the best practices. Since the national framework dealing with response to CBRN events in the surveyed States, or specific norms and procedures it consists of, have been established according to international obligations, WP2 deals also with these obligations and examine how they have been implemented at domestic level.

 

The Mapping Report is now available for download!

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The “Mapping Report” identifies and analyses the Italian and – in a comparative perspective – other 10 EU Member States’ Institutional and legal framework governing the response to CBRN emergencies or crises affecting their territory. To a minor extent, it also maps the technical-operational procedures and practices adopted by national law enforcement authorities, incident commanders and other first responders in dealing with these emergencies or crises.