CBRNE

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Definitions

European Definitions

CBRNE is an acronym which includes beside CBRN, explosive substances or events. [1]

National Definitions

Canada

Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNE): The expansion of the term CBRN to incorporate certain high-yield explosives (E) into the broader term CBRNE signifies the new reality of this threat due to the weaponization of hazardous and dangerous goods. [2]


Finland

Lyhenteet CBRNE ja CBRN tulevat englanninkielisistä sanoista chemical (kemiallinen), biological (biologinen), radiological (säteily), nuclear (ydin-) ja explosive (räjähtävä, räjähde). [3]

Lyhenne CBRNE tulee englanninkielisistä sanoista chemical (kemiallinen), biological (biologinen), radiological (säteily), nuclear (ydin) ja explosives (räjähteet). [4]

CBRNE is an abbreviation from the English words chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives. [5]
CBRNE uhkilla tarkoitetaan kyseisiin aineisiin liittyviä onnettomuusuhkia sekä kyseisten aineiden käyttöä vahingolliseen toimintaan, joilla tavoitellaan merkittävää fyysistä tai yhteiskunnallista vahinkoa tai tuhoa (CBRNE threats refer to incidents or weapons in which any of these five hazards are present, aiming at causing significant physical or social damage or destruction).

(States of) Jersey

CBRNE is a term used to describe chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive materials. [6]
CBRNE terrorism is the actual or threatened dispersal of CBRN material (either on their own or in combination with each other or with explosives), with deliberate criminal, malicious or murderous intent.

United Kingdom

CBRNE is a term used to describe Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive materials. CBRNE terrorism is the actual or threatened dispersal of CBRN material (either on their own or in combination with each other or with explosives), with deliberate criminal, malicious or murderous intent. [7]

See also

Notes

  1. European Commission's CBRN Glossary, 2012
  2. Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives Resilience Strategy for Canada
  3. Vocabulary of Comprehensive Security. Helsinki (TSK 47) (2014)
  4. Yhteikunnan Turvallisuusstrategia, Valtioneuvoston periaatepäätös 16.12.2010
  5. Security Strategy for Society, Government Resolution 16.12.2010
  6. States of Jersey Emergency Measures Plan (2014)
  7. Cabinet Office, Lexicon of UK Civil Protection Terminology, Version 2.1.1, February 2013