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At a meeting held at the Ministry of Economy on 15 September Mr. Janusz Piechociński- Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Economy confirmed his support and willingness to actively participate in the development of the unique program of chemical safety and security in Kenya (Kenyan program). The Kenyan Program is aimed at creating the necessary infrastructure in Kenya for the use of the achievements of chemistry in a safe manner and in accordance with international standards and to promote economic and trade relations. Premier Piechociński emphasized innovative character the Kenyan Program and noted prospects of inclusion of the Polish companies into the Program under the Go Africa program.
ICCSS - Kielce Trade Fairs:Development of the exhibition and conference activities
to promote Poland’s specialization in the chemical safety and security
During a ceremony on 2nd September 2014, Amb. Krzysztof Paturej, President of the Board of the ICCSS and Dr. Andrzej Mochoń, Chairman, Kielce Trade Fairs, signed a Letter of Intent on the cooperation to enhance chemical safety and security . The parties agreed to combine efforts to develop the exhibition and trade fair and conference capacities in enhancing safety and security in the development, production, and use of toxic chemicals and protection of critical infrastructure. This cooperation will include the joint organization of the trade fairs, conferences and exhibitions to disseminate best technical solutions and practices, conducting national and international training and promoting cooperation and exchanges between the professionals. develop and use of the exhibition and conference potentials as important element of building effective cooperation between domestic and international entities in enhancing safety and security of the development, production, and use of toxic chemicals and energy carriers, on a national, regional and global levels.
Domestic and international cooperation in combating chemical terrorism – building experience to deal with Chemical Improvised Explosive Devices - Prof. Sławomir Neffe, Military University of Technology, Chair, ICCSS Advisory Board on Chemical Safety and Security
CBRN Security Culture: Concept, Assessment, and Enhancement 9-13 June 2014, Yerevan, Armenia
ICCSS will attend, as one of partner organizations for the NATO Advanced Study Institute in Yerevan, Armenia. The ASI in Yerevan to be held on June 9-13 in partnership with the Non-Proliferation Center of Armenia will be attended by over 50 experts from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
ICCSS meeting with Vice-Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, Mr. Janusz Piechociński, on the development of chemical security as a Polish specialization in the world