The world has changed. The global crisis related to the reduction of energy fossil resources, the reduction of potable water resources and the war for the control of energy sources are part of the causes which can lead to an intentional CBRNe (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and explosive) event together with the potential misuse of CBRNe agents, once considered to be solely the concern of the military, now needs to be considered also in the public domain. This kind of events could also be the consequence of an unintentional release of substances (i.e., an accident of a truck containing a Toxic Industrial Chemical), or of natural events like a tsunami or an earthquake. Thus, the high percentage of risk connected to their occurrence is clear. The aim of this paper is to analyze the CBRNe risk scenario and propose a standardized CBRNe joint approach for the establishment of “CBRNe technical tables” composed by cluster Entities from around Europe to manage the production of technologies, research, education and training activities in order to: (1) establish and maintain a roster of capabilities and facilities, and (2) organize to share expertise, and (3) plan to pool resources. The authors will show the results in the “Italian case study” as a potential pilot project analyzing the strengths and weaknesses to propose new ideas to improve it.

Carestia, M., Troiani, F., Caldari, R., Civica, M., Bruno, F., Vicini, C., et al. (2020). CBRNe as Conceptual Frame of an All Hazards Approach of Safety and Security: The Creation of Organic Networks of Military, Civil, Academic/Research and Private Entities at National and International Level to Generate Solutions for Risk Reduction – A European and Italian Perspective. In S.K. Janez Bonča (a cura di), Advanced Nanomaterials for Detection of CBRN (pp. 307-315). Springer Science+Business Media B.V. [10.1007/978-94-024-2030-2_23].

CBRNe as Conceptual Frame of an All Hazards Approach of Safety and Security: The Creation of Organic Networks of Military, Civil, Academic/Research and Private Entities at National and International Level to Generate Solutions for Risk Reduction – A European and Italian Perspective

Carestia M.;Vicini C.;Di Giovanni D.;Russo C.;Palombi L.;Bellecci C.;Gaudio P.;Malizia A.
2020-01-01

Abstract

The world has changed. The global crisis related to the reduction of energy fossil resources, the reduction of potable water resources and the war for the control of energy sources are part of the causes which can lead to an intentional CBRNe (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and explosive) event together with the potential misuse of CBRNe agents, once considered to be solely the concern of the military, now needs to be considered also in the public domain. This kind of events could also be the consequence of an unintentional release of substances (i.e., an accident of a truck containing a Toxic Industrial Chemical), or of natural events like a tsunami or an earthquake. Thus, the high percentage of risk connected to their occurrence is clear. The aim of this paper is to analyze the CBRNe risk scenario and propose a standardized CBRNe joint approach for the establishment of “CBRNe technical tables” composed by cluster Entities from around Europe to manage the production of technologies, research, education and training activities in order to: (1) establish and maintain a roster of capabilities and facilities, and (2) organize to share expertise, and (3) plan to pool resources. The authors will show the results in the “Italian case study” as a potential pilot project analyzing the strengths and weaknesses to propose new ideas to improve it.
Settore ING-IND/20 - Misure e Strumentazione Nucleari
English
Rilevanza internazionale
Capitolo o saggio
All hazard approach, CBRNE, Education, Resources pooling,Training
Carestia, M., Troiani, F., Caldari, R., Civica, M., Bruno, F., Vicini, C., et al. (2020). CBRNe as Conceptual Frame of an All Hazards Approach of Safety and Security: The Creation of Organic Networks of Military, Civil, Academic/Research and Private Entities at National and International Level to Generate Solutions for Risk Reduction – A European and Italian Perspective. In S.K. Janez Bonča (a cura di), Advanced Nanomaterials for Detection of CBRN (pp. 307-315). Springer Science+Business Media B.V. [10.1007/978-94-024-2030-2_23].
Carestia, M; Troiani, F; Caldari, R; Civica, M; Bruno, F; Vicini, C; Di Giovanni, D; Iannotti, A; Russo, C; Thornton, M; Palombi, L; D'Errico, F; Bellecci, C; Gaudio, P; Malizia, A
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