Bertin Environics Training Manager Toni Leikas will be speaking in CEN/TC391/WG2 – Societal and Citizen Security CBRNE Webinar: Digital Chain of Custody, and online event taking place on Thursday, 8th June 2023, at 14.00 – 15.30 CEST (12.00 – 13.30 UTC).
Zoom link: https://iso.zoom.us/j/92434247800?pwd=U1ZZOVdIM0JSOWN4YlZ2dW5uQldLQT09
Meeting ID: 924 3424 7800
The programme comprises topics related to the two forthcoming CEN Technical Specifications on Digital Chain of Custody as well as European Policies on CBRNE threats and how they can be applied to your activities. Training Manager Toni Leikas will be the 3rd of 6 international speakers from different organizations, and will speak about CoC Data: Production, Storing, and Sharing.
This event is hosted by Afnor Certification (French Association for Standardization, the official national standardization and certification body in France under the French Ministry of Industry) and the European Organization for Standardization (CEN).
Bertin Environics has first announced its involvement in the first European CBRNE Standard in September 2020.
CEN (European Committee for Standardization) & The First European CBRNE Standard
European standardisation commission – CEN – and its Technical committee TC 391 ‘Societal and citizen security’ has reinforced its activities in recent years and pursued the development and publication of the new standards on CBRNE glossary containing crucial information on training for security professionals on CBRNE (Chemical Biological, radiological Nuclear and Explosives) and guidelines for handling crowds during major events. The team features members from all EU 27 member states, being Training Manager Toni Leikas Finland’s official representative and expert for this project.
The publication of the glossary on CBRN-E (European CBRNE glossary, EN 17173:2020) will be one of the major achievements of TC/391. Inspired by the glossary of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC), this glossary includes a set of around 600 terms and definitions to be used by security professionals when responding to emerging threats related to the management of dangerous substances.