CBRN

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Definitions

European Definitions

CBRN is an acronym for chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear issues that could harm the society through their accidental or deliberate release, dissemination, or impacts [1]

NATO

CBRN: chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear

chimique, biologique, radiologique et nucléaire. [2]

химический, биологический, радиационный и ядерный [3]

National Definitions

Finland

Lyhenteet CBRNE ja CBRN tulevat englanninkielisistä sanoista chemical (kemiallinen), biological (biologinen), radiological (säteily), nuclear (ydin-) ja explosive (räjähtävä, räjähde). [4]


Germany

CBRN ist die Abkürzung für „chemisch, biologisch, radiologisch und nuklear“. [5]
CBRN unterscheidet zwischen nuklearen Gefahren (N: Gefahren durch Kernbrennstoffe und die Auswirkungen von nuklearen Kettenreaktionen) und radiologischen Gefahren (R: Gefahren durch alle anderen radioaktive Stoffe)

Italy

Nucleare biologico chimico radiologico (Nbcr): Sostanze nucleari, biologiche, chimiche o radiologiche in grado di provocare gravi danni a persone, animali o cose, e di diffondere il contagio. Questo tipo di sostanze può essere disperso in seguito a incidenti industriali, incidenti stradali, errata manipolazione da parte dell’uomo, impiego a scopo terroristico, o in seguito a terremoti, alluvioni e altri fenomeni naturali. [6]


(States of) Jersey

CBRN is a term used to describe chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear materials. [7]
CBRN is often used associated with terrorism.

Poland

CBRN: chemiczną, biologiczną, radiologiczną i nuklearną. [8]


United Kingdom

A term used to describe Chemical, Biological, Radiological or Nuclear materials. CBRN is often associated with terrorism. [9]

See also

Notes

  1. European Commission's CBRN Glossary, 2012
  2. NATO GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS USED IN NATO DOCUMENTS AND PUBLICATIONS
  3. ЧАСТЬ 3 Термины и определения по ядерной тематике на русском языке
  4. Vocabulary of Comprehensive Security. Helsinki (TSK 47) (2014)
  5. Glossar BBK
  6. Dipartimento della Protezione Civile Glossario
  7. States of Jersey Emergency Measures Plan (2014)
  8. AAP-21(B) SŁOWNIK TERMINÓW I DEFINICJI NATO DOTYCZĄCY ZAGROśEŃ CHEMICZNYCH, BIOLOGICZNYCH, RADIOLOGICZNYCH I NUKLEARNYCH / NATO GLOSSARY OF CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
  9. Cabinet Office, Lexicon of UK Civil Protection Terminology, Version 2.1.1, February 2013