Within the framework of accomplishing its mission, KEMEA developed several co-operations in national and international level, comprising Organizations and Authorities, Research and Educational Centers and Institutions, Public and Private Social, Scientific, and Production carriers, as well as NGO's regarding issues which concern KEMEA's actions.

 

Participation in the European Security Research and Innovation Forum (ESRIF)

ΚΕΜΕΑ is the one of two official representative greek carriers in the European Security Research Innovation Forum. Τhis Forum supports in advisory role the EU regarding issues of research and innovation, which are related to the security sector.

European Migration Network

ΚΕΜΕΑ participates into European Migration Network. The EMN mission is to:

collects and exchanges updated and credible data and information from a broad sources spectrum

elaborate and publishes reports within regular time intervals regarding migration and asylum cpnditions in the EU

THE ΕΜΝ founded in 2003, as a European Commission preparatory action aiming to provide objective, credible and updated data related to migration issues, to EU as well as the member-states. According to EC 2008/381, May 14th, 2008 transformed into a permanent mechanis with specific structure and juristictions. EMN objective is to cover the information needs of the commission authorities as well as the local authorities of every member-state, regarding issues related with immigration and asylum, aiming to support the European migration policy.

Website: EMN website

 

 

Participation in the Hazardous Materials Commision (HazMat Commission)

ΚΕΜΕΑ participates in the meetings of the Hazardous Materials Commission (HazMat Commision) of the International association of fire and rescue service CTIF.
 

CTIF was founded in 1900 in Paris for encouraging and promoting co-operation among fire fighters and other experts in fire and rescue throughout the world. CTIF stands for International Technical Committee for the Prevention and Extinction of Fire, and is nowadays recognised as the International Association of Fire and Rescue Services.

CTIF has 36 member countries as ordinary members and nearly 50 associate members, among them several private and public organisations such as fire quipment manufacturers, fire and rescue associations and training centres.

The core actions are:
CTIF organises international conferences which are well known from Boston to Lisbon and Oslo to Sidney.
CTIF is also famous for the international competitions it organises every two years. These competitions are attended by more than 3.000 fire fighters and youth fire brigades from around the world.
CTIF also contributes to the development of youth fire brigades: in Europe, over a million young boys and girls -this figure has doubled over the past ten years- are involved in these activities that aim at giving them an overview of rescue and fire fighting skills, leading many of them to eventually join the fire service.
CTIF develops comprehensive world fire statistics by publishing annual reports which offer up-to-date data on fire issues from 80 different countries and 90 capital cities.

Moreover, several interventations take place such as with the International Labour Organization of the UN (UN/ILO), the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ARD/RID) of the UN, and the Commission of the UN responsible for the global harmonization of classification of chemical materials containers, aimig at the publication and implementation of safe transport regulations regarding hazardous materials, as well as the best information, safety, and firefighters response in dealing with hazardous materials related incidents.

 

 

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