Crisis management and Resilience service for Organisations (CReSO/SeCRO)

The aim is to promote continuous improvement in the management of risks and disasters, crises and emergencies by private sector initiative.  This will be achieved by preventative and collaborative action amongst private companies and between these companies and public bodies. 

These actions include:

  • creating a stable framework and new ways of collaboration
  • capacity building within the companies
  • providing new tools, resources and knowledge to the companies
  • promoting the companies, individually and in groups, as reference organisations in this area

Institut Cerdà develops and coordinates this service for a group of companies in Chile.

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