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UIC Security Platform
Bratislava, Slovakia 24 – 26 October / 2012
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About the trade show
The UIC Security Platform was set up by the UIC Executive Board on 7 June 2006 and restructured by the UIC Executive Board on 20 May 2008 as the single UIC structure empowered to develop and formulate analyses and policy positions on behalf of the rail sector in matters relating to the security of persons, property and installations.
This decision stems from the recognition that the rail sector should be speaking with one voice on matters that are directly relevant to its activities but also lie within the sphere of competence of national authorities against a background set by the European and international institutions.
The platform can draw on the results of all existing outside studies, and it deploys its activities in collaboration with representative bodies that contribute to the shaping of railway policy, such as the CER CER Community of the European Railways and EIM EIM European Rail Infrastructure Managers at European level.
The platform is a single structure with a global reach. As such, its activities must reflect not only the global dimension of some security-related issues but also regional specificities on which the groups of experts can decide to focus special attention.
The tasks of the platform are as listed below:
- defend the common interests of UIC members in the security field vis-à-vis European and international institutions, in collaboration with representative railway bodies that contribute to shaping railway policy, such as CER or EIM at European level,
- promote the exchange of information and experiences between the Security Directors of UIC members.
- propose common interest projects or activities at global or regional level in line as dictated by members’ requirements or external events