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EU-CHEM-REACT-2

Partners / Participants

International Centre for Chemical Safety and Security (ICCSS) in Warsaw, Poland
Initiated and runs the international consortium EU-CHEM-REACT, which was awarded an EU grant for years 2017-2018. ICCSS possess major management experience in international projects and broad contacts in the region – leader of the Consortium

General Directorate of the Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic
Possesses CBRN and natural disaster response and operational capacities and experience on use of UCPM and EU tools, EU-CHEM-REACT observer and provider of technical capacity. This will be done through State Fire Rescue Service of Latvia– technical and operational capacities and experience in use of UCPM and EU tools.

The General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova
Possesses CBRN and natural disaster response capacities and experience in organization and conduct of exercises.

Lviv State University of Life Safety, Ukraine,
Is a national leading education and training facility in fire service, with broad competence in substantive and support staff, and a modern technical base, to conduct exercises


Fire Safety Works and Services Association in Lithuania
Offers technical experience, technology capacities and contacts to conduct practical activities in crisis management.

INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS PARTICIPATION:
- UN OCHA – coordination of effective and principled humanitarian action;
- OPCW – verification of use of chemical weapons and international assistance in case of use of chemical weapons;
- OSCE Project Coordinator in Ukraine – provide an expertise on cooperation with the Ukraine relevant organizations and member of the evaluation process;
- INTERPOL – chemical security prevention and information exchange.
Co-funded by European Union Civil Protection