Global Regulatory Requirements for Emergency Response Telephone Numbers Guide Download
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Drawing on 50 years-experience of providing worldwide, multi-lingual emergency response to the chemical sector, CHEMTREC has partnered with international regulatory experts, Denehurst Chemical Safety, to create an indispensable guide to help companies, like yours, be compliant and prevent, manage, and minimize the impact of incidents around the world.
This guide contains key information regarding telephone numbers you must supply in order to comply with local regulations in a number of countries. It highlights best practice, who must be available to take the call, and where the phone numbers are to be displayed.
The guide will be further enhanced with a series of webinars designed to help you understand how the regulations impact you and your supply chain, and understand how CHEMTREC supports you with compliance and manage risks to people, the environment, assets, and both businesses and the industries reputation.
Meeting emergency telephone requirements stems mainly from two different sets of regulations:
We know from practice, many carriers will also ask for documents such as safety data sheets when processing dangerous goods shipments. Whilst not mandated, displaying our numbers properly will support smooth, efficient transportation and help manage any delays to your supply chain.
We will also touch on voluntary schemes based on industry good practice to highlight how our emergency response numbers can support your accreditation on these schemes.
The guide will provide:
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