The CORE consortium is formed by a team of partners with a long-lasting expertise in the field of disaster risk assessment, resilience and disaster risk reduction with a multi-disciplinary approach. It comprises participants from 8 UE Countries plus Switzerland, UK and Israel. The consortium is composed of 8 research institutions, 5 SMEs, 4 First Responders and 1 Municipality Association (joint office).
ISSNOVA is the Institute for Sustainable Society and Innovation, an Italian independent research organization focusing on the design of safe and sustainable processes. Our core expertise is the resilience and performances analysis of safety critical systems and services, user research and need analysis for innovation.
Finding its origins in the project supported by the European Commission (DG INFSO) in 2006, the Public Safety Communication Europe Forum (PSCE) is a permanent autonomous organisation aiming at improving provision of public safety services and the safety of the citizens during crisis and emergency situations.
The National Institute for Regulation of Emergency and Disaster at the College of Law and Business serves as an international centre for research and policy formation in the fields of natural disasters, public health risk, terrorism and national security threats, social and economic crises in addition to technological and cyber security.
The Department of Firefighters, Public Rescue and Civil Defence of the Ministry of Interior (Dipartimento dei Vigili del Fuoco, del Soccorso Pubblico e della Difesa Civile del Ministero dell’Interno) deals with the organisation and the provision of services concerning prevention, rescue and relief activities in case of natural and technological disasters. It also covers all relevant administrative and management aspects.