JA TERROR’s main objectives are to address gaps in health preparedness and to strengthen cross-sectoral work with security, civil protection and health sectors response to biological and chemical terror attacks.
Coordinator for Joint Action TERROR was invited to the annual ECDC National Focal Points meeting 12. - 13. September in Stockholm. During the meeting coordinator presented Joint Action TERROR to the meeting participants. During the poster session coordinator was able to present the Joint Action and listen to meeting participants on their views on cross-sectoral cooperation and health preparedness.
Work Package 6 (WP6) has organised a Table-top Simulation Exercise (SIMEX). Participants worked through a fictional scenario to test countries cross-sectoral aspects regarding strategic preparedness and response capacities such as collaboration and coordination between Public Health, Law enforcement–Security and Civil Protection as well as risk communication, in case of a chemical terror attack.
The main purpose for our involvement in the meeting was to present Joint Action TERROR, and to provide a status update to the CBRN AG. Additionally, it was important to urge for more national engagement with the Joint Action, and to highlight the importance of working with all relevant sectors to achieve the cross sectoral objectives in the Joint Action.
Coordination: The Norwegian Directorate of Health; Norway email@example.com
Dissemination: National institute for public health, Slovenia firstname.lastname@example.org
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