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Case Studies Benchmarking

Sharing Good Practices and Lessons Learned

Case Study Benchmarking

In support, this document describes a benchmarking method for assessing previous emergencies at home and abroad. As a result, we can evaluate each step of the emergency cycle and evaluate how our system would behave in a similar situation and draw conclusions and make recommendations on what should be changed or developed/enhanced.

The basic philosophy of resilience leads to CRISPRO case study benchmarking: The ability of an individual, a household, a community, a country or a region to prepare for, to withstand, to adapt, and to quickly recover from stresses and shocks without compromising long-term development prospects. We would like to contribute to developing a new approach for building resilience. Notwithstanding, CRISPRO benchmarking weight up the resilience-centred concept as an opportunity to bring together political dialogue, humanitarian and land use or urban development work and priorities in a comprehensive, coherent and effective approach to achieve better results on the ground.

Mapping trends of multi-hazards

The International Survey Report gathers results from the mapping of the best models, scenarios, and tools to understand social and economic constraints and opportunities facing households, businesses, and governments that have centralised the planning for risk and disaster risk management. In addition, experiences from past events are important to manage, organise, and invest in the current events to mitigate the risk in the future. One of the main goals is to complement the community governance and resilience measures for emergency, preparedness and disaster management and link prevention with financial and policy decisions to management interventions. We will work the tools for planning and re-considering on through moving up and down the cause-effect line to easily elucidate the nature and magnitude of the interactions and disaster effects:

  • To map simultaneous, cascading, even disconnected, but temporally subsequent, hazards or threats complicate organisational responses.
  • To develop a comparative set of approaches to addressing the important challenges to modern civil protection.
  • To provide knowledge for the development of the online risk assessing tool;
  • To stress on the interdependency of modern threats/risks;
  • To focus on the need for economic efficiency;
  • To promote adjustment to changing nature of communication.
  • To examine the challenges in the context of community response practices and high-impact events driving system adaptations;
  • To link the system adaptations with political and economic windows of opportunity to determine changes in structural and non-structural prevention measures.

Risk Assessment Tool Report

CrisPro project aims to develop a risk assessment tool for assessment of the threats to gaining adequate knowledge on how to mitigate risks by investing in capital infrastructure, soft regulation changes, amendments of community habits, changing the economic profile, raising more quality assurance requirements to industries transport and chemical industry, farmers and managers of critical, strategic and soft infrastructure.

The tool shall guide the policymaker, decision-makers and crisis managers, private companies, scientists and NGOs on working together to make societies resilient to global trends such as climate change, urbanisation, industrialisation, and smartening of the infrastructure and utilities, trading and health issues.

Focused on CBRN

Crime Scene Investigation in CBRN Contex

CBRN-E crimes are closely linked to environmental crime and their number is constantly growing. Their investigation is a major challenge, and many countries urgently need to improve their systems. An important role for law enforcement agencies is to identify, secure and provide relevant evidence in court proceedings to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to justice. On-site investigation in the CBRN context must therefore meet high quality standards to maintain the safety of investigators and preserve the evidence, which requires skilled and educated experts. This preprint paper describes the basic attributes of a crime scene investigation under CBRN conditions and recommends a global framework of procedures for investigators. It represents a basis for future Biological and Chemical Crime Scene Management Guidance Manual for Law Enforcement planned to be developed by international team of experts under the Umbrella of UNICRI. Download the publication.