Aug 26, 2020

As part of the program 2014 – 2020 Interreg V-A Italy – Croatia, ATRAC began work on the strategic project FIRESPILL – Fostering Improved Reaction of crossborder Emergency Services and Prevention Increasing Safety Level. The duration of the project is 33 months (April 1, 2020 – December 31, 2022), and the total value is € 16,492,799.60. The leading partner is the public institution RERA from Split, and the other fourteen project partners are from the Croatian and Italian coastal regions.

The project aims to improve the capacity of emergency services to increase cross-border efficiency in combating natural and man-made disasters and to increase the safety of the Adriatic basin by improving measures and instruments to prevent and manage emergencies.


Improving existing regulations for the operation of emergency services
Improving the crisis management system in terms of new and innovative solutions
Encouraging citizens to act in the event of natural disasters (fires, oil spills and other marine hazards, and earthquakes)

The project envisages the procurement of safety equipment, emergency vehicles at land and at sea, mobile command and control units, communication systems and the establishment of the Center for Advanced Training for Firefighting and Civil Protection in Split-Dalmatia County with a branch office in Dubrovnik-Neretva County. These two centers in Croatia will establish permanent cross-border cooperation with the Belvedere di Fabriano Training Park in the Marche region of Italy, which will also improve its infrastructure from this project.