Regional Disaster Common Defence
Start date: Aug 31, 2005,
End date: Sep 29, 2007
The inclusion of New Member States in the Cadses area requires the necessity to create and to share common guidelines and tools to face with prevention and management of Natural and man made disasters. Plans of actions to prevent and manage risks need to be commonly drawn up and applied on a transnational basis . Red Code aims to set up methodologies and transnational actions to achieve the basis for a transnational protocol of agreements in order to manage, monitor and prevent calamities and to create best practices and common procedures to be shared by all potential actors involved in the promotion of risks and management of disasters at european level. Through the transnational strategy and the common tools elaborated with the contributions of all the actors involved, the project improves the capacity of reaction in case of disasters and gives the possibility to cooperate also facing with events that require common interventions. Expected Results: The Red Code project targets the following results: - Analysis of the civil protection systems in the regions involved in the Red Code project, - Planning, promotion and development of integrated national, regional and local civil protection systems, - Definition and adjustment of common spatial development regulations, rules and procedures, - Common guidelines and manuals on matters of emergency planning and on best practice for civil protection tools, - Creation of risk maps, - Establishment of a European network of civil protection operators which will also be managing an open source knowledge and information database, - Establishment of training measures for operators and information activities, - Creation of a common methodology for risk/disaster management among the partners, - To share a common standardised system on the three operative procedures of warning, pre-alarm and alarm, including guidelines.
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