Generic risk assessment 3.10: fighting fires in petrochemical plant and pipelines
- Department for Communities and Local Government and Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser
- Part of:
- Operational guidance for the fire and rescue service, Fire prevention and rescue, and Emergency planning
- 4 April 2013
- Applies to:
Generic risk assessment about incidents involving petrochemicals to help fire and rescue authorities to draw up their own risk assessments.
Ref: ISBN 9780117540552 PDF, 293KB, 29 pages
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This generic risk assessment applies to all fire and rescue authority operations which involve petrochemicals and their derivatives.
The purpose of this assessment is not to address every conceivable hazard that may be presented, but to identify, evaluate and control the ‘significant risks’ which are specifically inherent with these particular incidents.
Published: 4 April 2013