How can we improve the crisis management and disaster resilience capabilities of the European Union and individual Member States through standardisation? What are today's drivers and constraints to participating in standardisation activities? How can we bring together the main stakeholders- Standardisation Organisations, End-Users and Suppliers from industry and research - to facilitate innovation and enhance societal safety?
The H2020-project ResiStand contributes to enhanced disaster resilience capabilities by identifying and analysing the drivers, constraints and expectations towards standardisation of three main stakeholder communities: Standardisation Organisations, End-Users / Practitioners in crisis management and disaster resilience, and Suppliers, consisting of researchers, industry and SMEs.
ResiStand cordially invites you to participate in its workshop on standardisation potential in disaster resilience. The workshop agenda is available below.
On the 8th March 2017 in Rome, Italy, two workshops will be held in parallel - one for the End-User Community and one for the Supplier Community. Further information is available here.
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Between 9-11th May 2016, 20 representatives from 14 partner organisations were brought together from across Europe (Finland, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and the UK) for ResiStand’s kick-off meeting. ResiStand is a two-year Coordination and Support Action (CSA) that is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme (grant agreement no. 700389). The project focuses on increasing disaster Resilience by establishing a sustainable process to support the Standardisation of technologies and services.