Human and societal factors
The objectives of this component are to ‘Educate the Public’ by providing PRACTICE with a toolbox of information, procedures and processes for the understanding of the human and societal effects and influences of a CBRNe event. This will include measures to:
- inform, educate and prepare the mindset of the EU citizen for a CBRN event,
- provide guidance about protective behavior and the location of relevant information sources during events,
- mitigate the societal impact on communities and individuals post event and
- identify solutions aimed at recovery.
The partners working on this component are UmU – European CBRNE Center, TNO, King’s College London, CBRNE Ltd, MIUN and Health Protection Agency. King´s College London acts as coordinator and is responsible for the work on human and societal factors.