D-BOX tackles the burning issue of anti-personal landmines and cluster munitions remaining from armed conflicts. It will provide Demining stakeholders with innovative, “easy to use” and low cost solutions interfaced and/or integrated in a comprehensive toolbox.
This “smart” Toolbox could be used during all demining activities to help operators and end users chose the most suitable answer for optimal planning and preparation to low cost, safe and “easy to use” tools for specific tasks during different steps of the demining activities adapted for varying scenarios and conditions.
The report that can be downloaded from Gov.UK (link below) summarises work and achievements under the Global Threat Reduction Programme and International Biological Security Programme in 2013/14 and 2014/15. These programmes form the UK’s contribution to the G7 Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction.
Published 29 October 2015 From - MOD / FCO / Dept of Energy & Climate Change
Terrorism that makes use of CBRNE materials (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives) poses a clear threat to public health and safety, national security and economic and political stability on a global level. Accordingly, the prevention of such incidents is of the highest priority.
The threat of CBRNE terrorism is evolving and, with it, the risk of incidents intended to maximize the number of victims on a global scale. We know that terrorist groups are working hard to acquire CBRNE materials and the expertise to use them in their operations
Preventing CBRNE terrorism
Radiological and nuclear terrorism
Chemical and explosives terrorism
The main result of the EDEN project is an EDEN Store. This newsletter is an occasion to explain what the EDEN Store is and how it can be used by end-users.
The EDEN Store is both an open and secure platform (as appropriate) with simple mechanisms for suppliers and end users to advertise and describe existing and new components, tools, systems and procedures in a secure and standardised manner.
CBRNE Ltd’s associated company DroneOps Ltd based in Newcastle provided ImiTec Ltd with a flying platform for its Advanced Airborne Radiation Monitoring System and was very pleased to come 5th in the finals of the 2016 United Arab Emirates’ Drones for Good competition which was held in the Dubai from 4th to 6th February 2016.
BRUSSELS – Do the “values” and perceptions of security vary substantially according to Europe’s different regions? Yes, they do though one theme seems to run in common across most of them, according to the conclusions of a recently completed security project. Funded by the EU’s previous Seventh Framework Research budget, the project known as “EvoCS” (Evolving Concepts of Security), in which CBRNE Ltd was represented by Dominic Kelly, held its final conference here in mid-November to review the results of its work.
CBRNE Ltd can provide a systematic audit of the strengths and weaknesses in an organisation's resilience arrangements. We place values against each process within the multitude of functions that can be found in any organisation, including physical security, partnerships, human performance and inter-departmental cohesion.