EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement is a platform for co-operation in the field of major natural and technological disasters. Its field of competence covers the major natural and technological disasters - knowledge, prevention, risk management, post-crisis analysis and rehabilitation. Read more about EUR-OPA Agreement >>
“Increasing knowledge and understanding of wild fire prevention for protection of human settlements and social infrastructure»Moscow, Russian Federation 14-15 November 2017
The EUR-OPA Executive Secretary participated in the Conference entitled “Increasing knowledge and...
Paris, France 6-7 November 2017
The Committee of Permanent Correspondents and the Directors of Specialised Centres of the EUR-OPA...
The European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement of the Council of Europe (EUR-OPA) works...
What we do
The EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement aims to reinforce and to promote co-operation between Member States in a multi-disciplinary context to ensure better prevention, protection against risks and better preparation in the event of major natural or technological disasters.