The Executive Secretary of the EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement presented the Agreement to the 9th Plenary Session of the Council of Europe Steering Committee for Educational Policy and Practice held in Strasbourg on 21-23 March. He emphasised the projects carried out on prevention, preparedness and risks education. A particular focus was put on the BeSafeNet Project; a web tool for promoting risk culture among population and the Olympiad competition between secondary schools in States parties to the Agreement to be organised in April 2019. The Education Committee members were invited to propose a list of schools interested in taking part in this online competition. This initiative is part of the cross-sectoral actions of EUR-OPA to promote the mainstreaming of disaster risk reduction in sectorial policies.
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 >>
Presentation of EUR-OPA activities to the Steering Committee for Educational Policy and Practice (CDPPE)
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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.