Global legal requirements for emergency telephone numbers - Webinar

Different legislators around the world have different requirements that must be met to ensure compliance with their specific regulations. Some require that the number be a local phone number located in their country; that it is answered in the official language of their country; or is operational 24 hours a day.

Sometimes this requirement is detailed in the dangerous goods regulations but more often this obligation is due to the implementation of the Global Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) and the standard safety data sheet (SDS) requirements.

In addition to the various national requirements a 24 hour emergency number is required for international air transport. At present this is due to State and Operator variations.

Furthermore, China have some very specific rules which it is important to understand and comply with given the high levels of testing likely following the Tianjin explosion.

This webinar, hosted by ChemAdvisor and delivered by NCEC, provides an expert introduction to the global legal requirements for emergency telephone numbers gathered from NCEC’s 40+ years of experience as leaders in the Chemical Emergency Response sector.

  • It covers key Emergency Response requirements in different regions and countries
  • A specific look at Chinese compliance
  • Provides useful information for you to check your existing arrangements against
  • Highlights what is best practice for chemical emergency response and how can you improve your existing arrangements

To gain access to the webinar recording and accompanying slides, please complete the form below

NCEC

NCEC
The Gemini Building
Fermi Avenue
Harwell
DIDCOT
Oxfordshire
OX11 0QR
United Kingdom

Tel (sales and enquiries):
+44 (0) 1235 753654

Tel (software support):
+44 (0) 1235 753655

Fax:
+44 (0) 1235 753656

 
Follow us