Crisis Management Centre (CMC) Finland's website was launched January 1st, 2007.
If you have any comments on the contents of our website, please send them to CMC Finland publicity. You may also use the feedback form on the website. Your feedback will be directed to the relevant person.
The website runs best on Internet Explorer version 4.0 or later and Netscape version 4.7 or later. Java Script, which must be supported by the browser, was used for the practical implementation of the website.
Some documents available on this website are published in pdf format. To view these documents you will need a copy of the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the Reader to your PC.
In addition to the navigation menu, you can search information by using search field and dynamic sitemap. The search allows you to search all our pages for a string of characters entered in the search field.
At the bottom of pages, there is a Print link with which you can print the contents of the current page without navigation. If you wish to print the entire page with navigation, you can use the browser's Print command. In this case it is advisable to choose the landscape option.
Links on our website
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In accordance with the Copyright Act (404/1961) as amended, CMC Finland or some other information producer mentioned in the document holds the copyright on the material published on this website. It is advised that those who wish to make use of the copyright material should contact CMC Finland by e-mail at webmaster(at)cmcfinland.fi.
While every effort is made to ensure the information is up-to-date, CMC Finland accepts no responsibility for any direct or indirect damage resulting from possible errors in the content. Moreover, CMC Finland is not responsible for the materials produced by outside bodies although the website provides links to them, nor does CMC Finland accept responsibility for any damage resulting from breaks in information networks or other technical breakdowns.