European Centre of Technological Safety (TESEC)
Centre européen associé de sécurité technologique
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Established as one of the 'European Network of Specialist Centres' of F-XF1447 - Open Partial Agreement on the Prevention of, Protection against and Organization of Relief in Major Natural and Technological Disasters (EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement), within the framework of the D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE).
Join and concentrate the efforts and scientific potential of the worldwide scientific, research, technological centres and laboratories in designing technical means and technologies (including conversion); define an approach to risk assessment of potentially dangerous activities; conduct activities on prevention and an effective response to the consequences of extraordinary technological situations and natural disasters, especially the consequences of the Chornobyl catastrophe; establish a reliable mechanism to attract the world community to conduct scientific-technological research works in enterprises with a high industrial risk level in Ukraine; create a reliable integration mechanism of applied science in Ukraine in the field of technological safety into the world scientific community; coordinate methodological, technical and financial help in the field of technological safety; provide effective implementation of international cooperation and assistance programmes in the field of forecasting and response to extraordinary situations, and to the attenuation of the Chornobyl disaster consequences.
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