WP1: MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION
WP1 aims to ensure
compliance with the foreseen results, monitor risks, anticipate criticalities
and design solutions to emerging problems whilst ensuring smooth day-to-day
running of the project and its operational EU-wide nature.
WP2: CATEGORISATION OF CBRN EVENTS AND ASSESSMENT
WP2: Aim of this WP is to
agree on an updated categorization of CBRNe events and on a set of events and feasible
scenarios functional for the performance of training activities targeting CI
operators under this pilot project (i.e. railway station, airport, hospital,
energy facility, nuclear plant).
WP3: PREPARATION OF TRAINING CURRICULA AND INTERVENTION KIT
WP3: Aim of this WP is to
prepare a standardised training programme (STP) with tailored parts dedicated
to identified CI sectors (health, energy, nuclear, rail transport, airport) and
perform the purchase and distribution of equipment (intervention kits) to pilot
WP4: PILOT JOINT TRAINING PROGRAMME
WP4: Aim of this WP is the
transfer of CBRNe response capacities to identified staff of 10 pilot CIs
operators, targeting approximately 100 participants (10 for each CI of which 8
operators and 2 incident commanders) to be trained on first response techniques
for the effective maintenance of the facility (providing minimum services based
on the gravity of the event).
WP5: REAL LIFE EXERCISES
WP5 aims to scale-up the
competences acquired by operators and incident commanders of the pilot Critical
Infrastructures by putting them through real-life simulations. This WP will
provide third level training, a testing environment for new processes,
competencies and equipment and a monitoring and evaluation system to assess the
impact of the training programme offered by the RESIST pilot project.
Level 3 training will see
the involvement of a pool of supervisors from SAFE, ENEA, University of Rome
Tor Vergata and the Institute for International Affairs.
WP6: PROPOSAL FOR CBRN RESILIENCE LABEL
WP6 aims to promote the harmonisation of education and
training for CBRNe first responders across European countries in response to
the rapid evolution of e-learning based curricula and training methodologies
(high-fidelity and live simulations) while paving the way to the proposal of a
“CBRN Resilience Label” at EU level (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI).