Guidance

UK recovery handbook for chemical incidents (and associated publications)

A guidance document specifically designed to aid decisions in managing the recovery phase of a chemical incident where contamination has affected Food production systems, Inhabited areas and Water environments.

Documents

UK recovery handbook for chemical incidents

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Poster: UK recovery handbook for chemical incidents

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Leaflet: UK recovery handbook for chemical incidents

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Stakeholder programme: UK recovery handbook for chemical incidents

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Detail

This handbook is intended for use by recovery coordination groups (RCGs) and other stakeholders, such as national and local authorities, central government departments and agencies, environmental and health protection experts, emergency services, industry and others who may be affected by a chemical incident, to reduce or eliminate exposure and subsequent public health risks from environmental contamination following a chemical incident.