Threats of use of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNe) Material by terrorists and other Non State Players loom large on every nation in the world. There have been many instances in the past where CBRNe materials were used to terrorise nations and people and cause immense damage. Many countries have put in place robust mechnisms in place to deal with these threats. India has made a modest beginning in this regard, yet there is along way to go to be fully prepared in facing any of these challenges.
WHAT WE DO
‘CBRNe Secure India‘provides consultancy services in the field of CBRNe Security and Disaster Management to all the stake holders both with in the Government and the corporate sector. The key areas of consultancy relate to CBRNe Threat Assessment, Preparedness, Special Event security, Security of critical Infrastructure, Incident response, Mitigation, Disaster Management and Counter IED Operations.
‘CBRNe Secure India‘ Team consits of by highly professional and competent people from the military, academic, scientific and Industrial fields, with vast domestic and international experience in the field of CBRNe Security and Disaster Management.
CHIEF CONSULTANT – COLONEL (Retd.) H R NAIDU GADE - [B E (Civil), M Sc Defence Studies, M B A (HR)]
Commissioned from the Indian Military Academy in to the Corps of Combat Engineers in 1974. A Civil Engineer, Management and Security Professional, with 40 yrs of rich experience (8 years international) in the field of Combat Engineering, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNE) Defence, Security & Disaster Management and Counter IED Operations. He has undergone Advance Chemical Weapons and Disarmament Training in France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Russian Federation and the UK. He is also trained in Toxic Area and Hazardous Waste Operations (HAZWOPER) in the USA. He is a qualified CBRN and C-IED Professional.
Graduate of Defence Services Staff College and Army War College, commanded an Armoured Engineer Regiment, prior to taking up an assignment with a United Nations Agency in 1997. Held important Command, General Staff and Instructional appointments in the Army. As the Joint Director for CBRN Defence, the Ministry of Defence (Army), he was responsible for evolving, planning and executing CBRN defence measures for the Indian Armed Forces.
Is former Chief CW Inspector for nearly a decade with the ‘Organisation for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)’, The Netherlands, and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize 2013. He led teams of international professionals on a large number of verification missions to various member countries, to verify the inventory of Chemical Weapons and monitor their destruction. He logged many hours operating in heavily contaminated environments at the CW Destruction Facilities around the globe.
Is presently the Chief Consultant with ‘CBRNe Secure India’ a ‘forum’ for bringing in awareness in the general public, government and corporate entities on the threats arising from the use of CBRNe material and their disastrous consequences. He has been extensively speaking in various international & domestic conferences on CBRNe and C-IED Issues. Additionally, he contributes articles to many CBRNe and C IED related journals world wide.