Strengthening CBRNE safety and security – Coordination and Standardization

                                                                     

 

 

The „Strengthening CBRNE safety and security – Coordination and Standardization” project financed by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 (within „Internal affairs” program) aims at increasing emergency services’ capability to respond the abovementioned incidents.

Polish Internal Security Agency is the leader and beneficiary of the program. Partners of the Project are, aside the Jagiellonian University Medical College:

  • Polish Ministry of Health
  • Military University of Technology
  • The Main School of Fire Service
  • Polish Atom Agency

Department of Disaster and Emergency Medicine is active in implementing the Project.

Tasks of our Department are:

  • Analyzing the gaps in the way National Emergency Rescue System is prepared for CBRNE hazards.
  • Analyzing the CBRNE on-scene procedures for emergency services, procedures regarding trasnport and hospitalization of casualties, including triage, early diagnostics and treatment procedures.
  • Creating Polish conditions based procedure set of treating CBRNE patients from the accident scene all the way to specialist hospital ward.
  • Analyzing personal protective equipment available, creating personal protection standards and guidelines of using personal protection in various types of CBRNE incidents.
  • Organizing training for State EMS medical personnel in the field of CBRNE rescue action, in cooperation with National Firefighting Rescue System services and special police and military units.

 

Project Team

Department of Disaster and Emergency Medicine

Jagiellonian University Medical College

E-mail: projekt.cbrne@uj.edu.pl

 

UJCM Task Director:

Dr Arkadiusz Trzos

E-mail: arkadiusz.trzos@uj.edu.pl

 

 

The „Strengthening CBRNE safety and security – Coordination and Standardization”

project financed by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021.

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