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European Definitions

Council Directive 2008/114/EC

Cross-cutting criteria may refer to [1]:

  1. casualties criterion (assessed in terms of the potential number of fatalities or injuries);
  2. economic effects criterion (assessed in terms of the significance of economic loss and/or degradation of products or services; including potential environmental effects);
  3. public effects criterion (assessed in terms of the impact on public confidence, physical suffering and disruption of daily life; including the loss of essential services).

National Definitions


Critères intersectoriels: le nombre de victimes (nombre potentiel de morts ou de blessés); l'incidence économique (ampleur des pertes économiques et/ou de la dégradation de produits ou de services, y compris l'incidence potentielle sur l'environnement); l'incidence sur la population (incidence sur la confiance de la population, souffrances physiques et perturbation de la vie quotidienne, y compris disparition de services essentiels). [2]

Les seuils des critères intersectoriels sont fondés sur la gravité de l'impact de l'arrêt ou de la destruction d'une infrastructure donnée.