Tbilisi, Country of Georgia
CSCM – World Congress on CBRNe Science & Consequence Management, in coordination with, and under the auspices of, the Government of Georgia is pleased to announce the 23rd meeting in the CBMTS series. This meeting provides a specific focus on chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) counterproliferation and counterterrorism issues with the goal of better understanding and acting to minimize the CBRNe threat.
This Congress will explore the scientific, technical, medical, policy, and consequence management aspects, as well as the effects of CBRNe threats on communities and the individual in addition to each layer of infrastructure and government echelon. We will build on the base of knowledge established throughout the first six World Congresses on the CBRNe threat beginning with the prophetic first meeting in April 2001. In that meeting we were provided information from professionals charged with the task of responding immediately to crisis conditions.
The Congress historically involves between two and three hundred participants from forty or more countries. The International Organizing Committee (IOC), based for this event in Tbilisi, Georgia, is comprised of representatives of Georgian ministries and international scientific and academic institutions from other nations.
Bring together subject matter experts concerned with the scientific, technical and policy aspects of CBRNe and WMD threats and responses.
To ensure the free flow of ideas, the “CSCM – World Congress on CBRNe Science & Consequence Management” will continue the tradition of a relaxed collaborative environment to encourage free discussions among participants. Attribution of comments is permitted only with author/speaker consent.
Who Should Attend?
- Government, Industry, Military, and Academic professionals in science, medicine, policy and planning
- Medical, public health and research professionals, including primary care physicians, veterinarians, and practitioners
- Local, regional and national laboratory representatives
- First responders and HAZMAT specialists including emergency, crisis management, and civil defense personnel
- Specialists in risk management, planning, training and local community interface and crisis communications, and
- Industry leaders to include scientists and engineers.
Official language of the Congress is English.