Survey: Enhancing security, safety and resilience to terrorist attacks in passenger stations and terminals
SECURESTATION is a three-year major research project co-funded by the European Commission, seeking to enhance security, safety and resilience to terrorist attacks in passenger stations and terminals.
The aim of the project is to improve station resilience to terrorist attacks and safety incidents through technologies and design methodologies which reduce the impact of blast, fire and the dispersion of toxic agents on passengers, staff and infrastructure.
One of the activities of the SECURESTATION Project aims to identify the basic design features of a station that should be taken into account in order to make passengers feel as secure and comfortable as possible. At the following link you can find a questionnaire related to this issue:
The project is asking for the support of Polis members by completing the study's online questionnaire. It only takes a few minutes.
The results of this questionnaire will help the project to understand the passenger's perspective on various security measures, particularly whether or not they are acceptable and under what circumstances they may be considered acceptable.
Please note that any information received will be used only for research purposes within the SECURESTATION project, it will not be distributed to any third party and it will be treated in the strictest confidence.
For any other information related to the questionnaire and/or the project, visit www.securestation.eu or contact Marga Martin Sanchez, firstname.lastname@example.org.