Canadian Safety and Security Program
The Canadian Safety and Security Program’s (CSSP) mission is to strengthen Canada's ability to anticipate, prevent, mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural disasters, serious accidents, crime and terrorism through the convergence of science and technology (S&T) with policy, operations, and intelligence.
CSSP's 6th call for proposals
The Canadian Safety and Security Program’s (CSSP’s) 6th call for proposals is now closed. The call is looking to mitigate the effects of future, high-impact low-frequency events such as pandemics, natural disasters, or other man-made or natural disruptive forces. Understanding the impacts and possible preparedness and mitigations of these large scale events will help Canada’s resilience in a post-pandemic world. Reducing societal and economic impacts through innovations that bolster the security of critical supply chains, and develops confidence in automation and virtual operations will also support our resiliency.
- Expecting the Unexpected: Understanding High-Impact, Low-Frequency Events
- Tech ready and enabled for Disasters: Specific Technology innovations to deal with HILF Events
- Protecting and connecting in a Virtual world: Innovating Contactless, Virtual and Automated Operations
- The Weakest Link: Bolstering supply chain resilience
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