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cross-border safety, accident prevention and management

Safety is Created Together.

Get to know the three CB-SAFE Work Packages

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Safety information for cross-border passengers

The CB-SAFE project promotes the development of border safety and security by increasing security awareness at border crossing points for passengers and improving the performance of rescue professionals by developing training and cooperation.

Russian officer providing information for two passengers
Simulation of a boat caught on fire

Virtual training platform for Finnish and Russian rescue authorities

The performance and operational capabilities of rescue professionals will be improved, enabled by the virtual training and education environment developed in the project.

To be Improved

Performance of rescue professionals
Cooperation model
Use of latest technology equipment

Improved co-operation for Finnish border safety authorities

The project also aims to improve the cooperation model of rescue professionals. It brings together the key end-users and developers directly taking part in the joint activities, including dissemination and benchmarking the results.

Rescue diver + assistant helping the diving gear on

Partners of the CB-Safe programme

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LAB University of Applied Sciences

Study fields of Technology and Health Care and Social Services


Saint-Petersburg University of State Fire Service of Emercom of Russia

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Finnish Rescue Services

The Finnish Rescue Departments of South Karelia and Kymenlaakso


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South-East Finland – Russia CBC Programme

The CB-Safe Programme is funded by the European Union, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Finland.