SEERISK: Common Risk Assessment Methodology for the Danube Macro-Region

SEERISK is a transnational project called "Joint Disaster Management risk assessment and preparedness in the Danube macro-region." The project is funded by the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme. The project consortium comprises 20 project partners representing 9 countries, namely Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The consortium is coordinated by the National Directorate General for Disaster Management (NDGDM) from Hungary. One of the main aims of SEERISK is developing and testing a Common Risk Assessment Methodology for the region of which the most tangible outcomes are risk maps.

Source: Joint Disaster Management Risk Assessment and Preparedness in the Danube Macro-region (SEERISK) project
Pubblication Date: 20/06/2013
Theme: Best practices, Methodologies & Guidelines, Risk identification and assessment,
Country: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia,
Hazard: Avalanche, Cold wave, Drought, Earthquake, Epidemic & pandemic, Flood, Heat wave, Landslide, Nuclear, bacteriological and Chemical, Storm Surge, Technological Disasters, Tsunami, Wilde-fires, Any,
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