CBRNe threats are becoming a more regular occurrence in major cities across Europe. Many civil and military agencies are now having to improve their response times to major incidents and know on the scene how to quickly resolve the situation.
We are pleased to be bringing our leading CBRNe Summit to the United Kingdom and will be hosting the event in Birmingham on the 9th – 11th April 2019. The UK has faced many attacks in recent years and the government has put a priority on improving our CBRNe capabilities for the military and emergency services.
CBRNe Summit Europe 2019 will bring together key officials from across the UK, Europe, Middle East and North America to discuss the following topics during the conference; UK CBRNe Capabilities – Civil and Military Perspectives, NATO CBRNe Capabilities and International Cooperation, The use of Robotics within a Hotzone, European Military CBRNe Threats and Response Techniques, Medical Countermeasures to Chem-Bio Attacks and First Responder Techniques – Hazmat, Decon and EOD.
The UK emergency services are very well equipped to respond to CBRNe threats and attacks. Holding the in the UK will allow international attendees to see first hand how the emergency services respond to attacks and provide case studies of the work they have done in the past in response to a terrorist attack in one of the UK’s major cities.
To be part of the largest gathering of CBRNe professionals in Europe please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +44 (0)1582 346 706 and we will be happy to provide you further information on how you can participate either as a speaker, sponsor/exhibitor or as delegates.
- Deputy Chief Constable John Campbell, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Lead, National Police Chief’s Council, United Kingdom
- Brigadier General Frederic Dorandeu, Head CBRN Defence Division and Deputy Scientific Director, Biomedical Research Institute, Ministry of Defence, France
- Colonel Carlos Ardanaz, Commanding Officer, NBC Regiment, Spanish Army
- William Alberque, Head, Arms Control and Coordination Section, Political Affairs and Security Policy Division, NATO
- Colonel Wolfgang Reich, Deputy Director, NATO JCBRN Defence Centre of Excellence
- Colonel Denis Josse, Adviser on CBRN risks management & head of the pharmaceutical services, Alpes-Maritimes Fire and Rescue Services, France
- Allan Cordwell, Head of Group, Emergency Planning, Resilience and Response Unit, The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group, United Kingdom
- Lieutenant Colonel Andrea Gloria, CBRN Battalion Commander, 7th NBC Defense Regiment “CREMONA”, Ministry of Defence, Italy
- Captain Bobby Baker, WMD/HAZMAT Coordinator, Dallas Fire Rescue
- Major Christophe Vincart, CBRN SME for the General Staff, Strategy Department, Ministry of Defence, Belgium
- Lyudmila G. Simeonova, Head of CBRN Department, Fire Safety and Civil Protection Chief Directorate, Ministry of Interior, Bulgaria
- Inspector Mark Roberts, Emergency Planning Division, Police Service of Northern Ireland
- Lieutenant Colonel Ladislava Navratilova, Scientist and Chemical Expert, Fire Rescue Service, Ministry of Interior, Czech Republic
- Patrick Mullan, Principal Scientist, CBR Division, DSTL
- Professor Robert Chilcott, Head of Toxicology, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
- Jon Hall QFSM, Director, Resilience Advisors Network
- Analyse the CBRNe threats faced to the United Kingdom
- Review European Military CBRNe capabilities
- Understand first responder techniques to a CBRNe attack
- Discuss recent case studies of CBRNe attacks faced across Europe
- Network with the largest gathering of CBRNe officials in Europe
- UK CBRNe Capabilities – Civil and Military
- NATO CBRNe Capabilities and Cooperation
- Use of Robotics within a hotzone
- European Military CBRNe Threats and Response Techniques
- Medical Countermeasures to Chem-Bio Attacks
- First Responder Techniques – Hazmat, Decon and EOD
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