Innovative integrated tools and platforms for radiological emergency preparedness and post-accident response in Europe - PREPARE, European Commission, FP7 - EURATOM

The project aims to fill the gaps that have been identified in emergency preparedness and response, following the Fukushima nuclear accident. A consortium of 46 partners are co-operating in order to review existing operational procedures in dealing with long-term consequences, the trans-boundary monitoring issues and the safety of goods, to further develop and enhance decision-making support tools, like dispersion models etc. Its duration is 36 months. EEAE participates in the work package on the management of contaminated goods with main task to establish a national panel of stakeholders.


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