A good rule of thumb is to use the acronym TASL, which stands for Title, Author, Source, License.
Example on how to cite a deliverable:
ProSafe DR [Dx.yy*] [year] [acronym lead beneficiary**] et al. [if applicable] CC by-nc-sa/4.0/
* For Deliverables include a hyperlink to the document in the ProSafe Results Repository.
**The acronym lead beneficiary (=partner) is mentioned in the deliverable; the list of partners is available here.
The ProSafe deliverables, SOPs and other documents [hereinafter: sources] may be used by individuals, institutions, governments, corporations or other business entities so long as the use itself or any works derived from the use of these sources, are not intended to generate sales or profit.
This means you cannot:
If you wish to use the information and data generated under the umbrella of the ProSafe project for commercial purposes, please contact in case of written documents, the lead beneficiary mentioned in the document.