In the event of a chemical incident, a 24-hour emergency response number is one of the first and most immediate lines of protection for people, environment, assets and reputation. It provides employees or stakeholders on the ground immediate access to technical guidance, and helps them to resolve an incident as quickly and as safely as possible.
Taking place 8 December 2016 2PM GMT, in this complimentary webinar, our experts will:
- Evaluate the role of chemical emergency response so that you understand its relevance and importance in mitigating the risks associated with an incident involving hazardous materials.
- Explain how NCEC can support your chemical emergency response requirements and enable you to secure compliance with regulations, mitigate risk to people, the environment, assets and business reputation, and, fulfil wider business objectives such as corporate social responsibility and Responsible Care.
- Provide you with an overview of the global emergency response regulations for road transport and supply as well as a look at compliance in China so that you’re equipped with the knowledge to remain compliant.
- Based on our extensive research, provide you with the latest updates concerning the global legal standards for emergency telephone numbers and explain how these may impact on your business operations so that you’re aware of any changes and best placed to avoid the implications of non-compliance.
This webinar is supported by our new complimentary whitepaper entitled 'The business case for professional emergency response'. This document breaks down the technical capacity that an emergency response system must provide to fulfil its purpose.
Download the whitepaper here.
This webinar is also supported by our 'Global Legal Standards for Emergency Telephone Numbers' document which provides a country-by-country overview of the chemical regulations concerning the provision of an emergency telephone number so that you're best placed to remain compliant.
Download the document here.