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  • Governments, national regulatory bodies and law enforcement, border and customs officials dealing with chemicals, energy carriers and environmental protection
  • Chemical industry, its trade associations (ICCA, Cefic), chemical companies, and safety and security initiatives promoted by chemical industry (e.g. Responsible Care®)
  • Companies offering state-of-the-art technology in chemical and environmental safety and security in chemical industry and whole chain of use of toxic chemicals and protection of environment
  • International stakeholders engaged in the implementation of Chemical Conventions (Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions);    
  • OPCW National Authorities and Member State delegates
  • Governmental agencies and laboratories involved in monitoring/supervision of activities in the sphere of national implementation and control of toxic chemicals
  • Governmental agencies that provide assistance in cases of use of chemical weapons or malicious use of toxic chemicals
  • National and international organizations with responsibilities in emergency response and incident consequence management
  • Academic institutions, research centers and laboratories
  • Private companies producing state-of-the-art technologies to  improve chemical safety and security
  • Independent experts in CBRN security
  • International organizations active in:
  • CBRN security, including UN, EU, INTERPOL, OPCW, NATO, IAEA, UN 1540 Committee)
  • Promoting chemical safety (SAICM and IOMC)
  • International health regulations and incident consequence management (OCHA, IAEA, WHO,  UNHCR, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement-IFRC)
  • Chemical safety, protection of environment, food and animal safety and security (WHO, FAO, OIE, INFOSAN, WCO, WMO, UNEP, UNIDO).

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