The UK’s National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC) will demonstrate the importance of 24 hour emergency response at the ‘Seminar on Road Chemical Emergency Response’ in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, September 29, 2015.
Hosted by the Chemical Industries Council of Malaysia (CICM), the seminar will explore the services available to help chemical manufacturers and distributors across the world achieve safe and responsible transport of dangerous goods. NCEC specialists will explore how 24 hour chemical risk tools and helplines reduce the impact of chemical incidents and allow chemical handlers to secure the highest levels of public and commercial care.
Jonathan Gibbard, Practice Director for the NCEC, said: “The NCEC has a heritage of over 40 years helping businesses across the chemical industry meet and surpass their environmental, regulatory and public safety commitments. We are extremely proud to be invited by the Chemical Industries Council of Malaysia to share this knowledge on public policy and best practice with stakeholders in Malaysia and across the South East Asia region.”
NCEC, part of Ricardo Energy & Environment, provides chemical response to companies and emergency services working within the chemical industry across the world. Services include a 24 hour multilingual chemical emergency response advice helpline, and Chemdata, an interactive database of over 58,500 chemical substances for bespoke advice on spillages, fires and contamination incidents.
Visit http://www.cicm.org.my/ for more information on the upcoming ‘Seminar on Road Chemical Emergency Response’.