European Centre for Vulnerability of Industrial and Lifelines Systems (ECILS)
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Mar 1997, 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). Also referred to as ECILS-Skopje.
Promote programmes for theoretical and applied research on the urban vulnerability associated with the physical and social lifelines and industrial systems; strengthen cooperation between local and national authorities, industry and research institutions for rational planning of measures for reduction of natural hazards' consequences caused by physical damage or functional interruption of physical and social lifelines and industrial systems; improve and further develop experimental research facilities, strong motion instrumentation and monitoring of physical lifeline and industrial systems; promote international cooperation; promote public awareness on problems related to vulnerability of lifelines and industrial systems, mitigation policies and measures, development and promotion of risk prevention culture; disseminate relevant results and information.
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Administrative Council of 12; Scientific Council; Directorate.
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