Enhancing Chemical Security for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Region. Development of Chemical Safety and Security Confidence Building Measures for the Middle East
The next edition of the seminar will be debating on the subject support the Chemical Security National-level Regulatory Framework Development and share best practices and capacity building measures in chemical safety and security in Jordan, promote the development of a Jordanian cadre of experts and personnel to respond to chemical-related incidents at national and international levels.
Although Jordan develops CBRN management security activities within the frameworks of national, bilateral and international projects, those efforts may occur not comprehensive due to a multi-faceted and multi stakeholder nature of chemical security threats.
The core principle of the Jordan Chemical Security Project implementation is to concentrate on the development of national level regulatory framework and regional prevention and preparedness to reduce chemical threats. The leading approach is to implement the whole-society approach which enable to engage all the relevant Jordan
stakeholders in the process of enhancing chemical security in Jordan. The project implementation will ensure sustainability and continuity of efforts to enhance and develop chemical security by the national stakeholders.
The project is conducted as a public-private initiative, with a broad international support and with the following core international stakeholders: International Centre for Chemical Safety and Security (ICCSS) in Warsaw, Poland, as the initiator and the international coordinator of the project, Jordan Armed Forces (JAF) as leading partner in Jordan.
The project is funded through the 2018 grant of the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)