Incident notification

Incident notification.

Rapid and reliable notification during an incident.


This document explores the five fundamental components of an effective and sustainable incident notification system, and the technical capacity and processes required to deliver them.

Providing the right response quickly and confidently during an incident is often the difference between a minor event and a major crisis with lasting damage to businesses’ stakeholders and operations.

Robust, reliable and professional incident notification across all sites and supply chains is critical to securing employee safety and protecting commercial continuity.

The National Chemical Emergency Centre’s (NCEC) 24-hour multi-lingual incident notification system connects employees and stakeholders at the incident scene to relevant people in an organisation quickly and efficiently.

Rapid and reliable notification allows managers to take immediate and essential actions to limit the impact and cost of an incident, whether that is putting out a travel alert, notifying next of kin, checking on the welfare of employees, setting up an incident room or preparing for media engagement.

This document explores the five fundamental components of an effective and sustainable incident notification system, and the technical capacity and processes required to deliver them.

These are:

  • quality
  • flexibility
  • dependability & robustness
  • speed
  • return on investment

NCEC incident notification is one of the only systems capable of meeting these requirements and helping managers to protect employee and stakeholder welfare while reducing the scale, cost and recovery time of an incident.

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