All the projects mentionned below have some kind of interaction with the Fire-IN project
Fire-IN hosted a joint workshop with MEDEA in january 2022 and No-Fear is financed as part of the same call.
e-Notice, Pro-Active and Melody are part of the same CERIS (Community for European Research and Innovation for Security) Cluster.
The Mediterranean & Black Sea Security Practitioners’ Network
The aim of MEDEA is to engage a critical mass of security practitioners and actors including first aid responders, border guards, national police, civil protection teams, humanitarian workers, defence entities and other interested stakeholders in efficient cooperation with cross-discipline entities from other countries. The expected result would be the effective response to all security threats common to the Mediterranean and Black Sea region.
The requirements from all four communities will be featured as inputs (regional operational needs) in the Mediterranean and Black Sea Security Research and Innovation Agenda (MSRIA).
European Network of CBRN Training Centers
The overall goal of the eNOTICE project is to establish a European network of CBRN training, testing and demonstration centres aiming at enhancing CBRN training capacity for improved preparedness and incident response through increased collaboration between CBRN training centres and practitioners’ needs-driven CBRN innovation and research.LEARN MORE
Network Of practitioners For Emergency medicAl systems and cRitical care
NO-FEAR proposes to bring together a pan-European network of practitioners, decision and policy makers in the medical and security fields. They will collaborate to achieve a common understanding of needs, as well as – in collaboration with academia and industries – increase the EU innovation potential that could better fill the operational gaps and recommend areas for future innovations.Learn More
The main objective of the MELODY project is to define, develop and deploy a harmonised CBRN training curriculum for first responders and medical staff, including ambulance drivers, paramedics and emergency room (ER) personnel. The target group includes members of agencies that are responsible for dealing with emergencies, being unintentional or intentional releases of CBRN, which require immediate action. The training curriculum should provide a clear picture of the possible consequences and effects and how to act together in a safe and effective and efficient way.LEARN MORE
PReparedness against CBRNE threats through cOmmon Approaches between security praCTItioners and the VulnerablE civil society
The main goal of the PROACTIVE project is to enhance preparedness against and response to a CBRNe incident through a better harmonisation of procedures between various categories of practitioners, and a better understanding of the needs of vulnerable citizen groups.
Within PROACTIVE, a Practitioner Stakeholder Advisory Board (PSAB) and a Civil Society Advisory Board (CSAB) have been created and are under continuous expansion.
The project activities and research methods include several systematic reviews, surveys, focus-groups, workshops and field exercises for which the PSAB and CSAB will provide valuable insight.
Cross-sector dialogue for Wildfire Risk Management
This project brings together expertise from all around Europe when it comes to Wildfire Risk Management. From researchers to civil society organisations, Firelogue’s partners have the experience, knowledge, together with a forward-thinking attitude that has placed them at the front and centre of all aspects related to WFRM to contribute with solutions and knowledge exchange.
The project mission is to create a space and the conditions to boost communication within the WFRM community and society, as well as retain and share the knowledge and the experiences gathered alongside the showcase of innovative actions and products.
Dissecting risk to prevent extreme wildfires – A unified European response to an increasing hazard
At FirEUrisk, we’re harmonizing and upgrading current European strategies by including the socio-economic circumstances that affect the occurrence of extreme wildfires as well as the biophysical conditions, such as vegetation and climate. This mix of perspectives allows a better understanding of how vulnerable communities are to wildfires and which are the best practices to adapt.
We combine the best wildfire management practices available in Europe into a strategy that covers the assessment of the vulnerability of communities, the risk reduction by integrating societal factors and communication into the equation and the adaptation to the future climate and socioeconomic conditions.
Danube River Region Resilience Exchange Network
DAREnet is a network of practitioners dealing with flood resilience in the Danube River Region, supported by a continuously evolving multi-disciplinary community of stakeholders consisting of policy makers, academics, industry and many more.The DAREnet project will enable Flood Management Practitioners in the Danube River Region
to connect and exchange with national and European stakeholders in a truly collaborative environment;
to identify and analyse by and for themselves relevant innovation gaps;
to translate the gaps into a joint innovation strategy to improve flood resilience in the future.