The CRISMAS project was a cooperation of the following six partners from the EU and its neighbours:
The Safety Region South-Holland South was lead partner of the project and coordinated the project in close cooperation with its Dutch knowledge partner ITINERIS health & safety (formerly Houdijk Consultancy). Both partners have previous experience with EU projects on risk management and disaster risk reduction in the Interreg IVC project MiSRaR, the DG ECHO project PRISMA and the EU Peer Review Programme on Disaster Risk Management. The Safety Region and ITINERIS provided the overall project management and guidance and expertise for the implementing partners. The implementing partners were four local/regional governments across Europe: the province of Forlì-Cesena (Italy), the Agency for economic development of the city of Prijedor “PREDA-PD” (Bosnia and Herzegovina), the city of Stavanger (Norway) and the district of Ungheni (Moldova). During the project they each developed an all hazard risk assessment and risk management strategy for their respective territories. The lessons learned during the project have been shared amongst the partners and with the wider CRISMAS online community of public peers across Europe.
As the CRISMAS project builds on the results from MiSRaR and PRISMA, the partners from those projects endorsed the CRISMAS community. Experts from the municipality of Mirandela (Portugal), city of Tallinn (Estonia), Region of Epirus (Greece), EuroPerspectives Foundation (Bulgaria) and Stara Zagora Regional Economic Development Agency (Bulgaria) participate in the CRISMAS online community.