Planning, training and exercising activities will be performed and demonstrated in the four proposed pilot areas, with a view to wider application beyond the project period.
"The following link can be used to download the chemical hazard prioritisation tool for coastal and riverine industrial infrastructure prepared by Public Health England (PHE). Once downloaded simply unzip the files. The zip file contains the framework methodology and accompanying excel prioritisation tool together with an illustrative case study showing its application within an area of South Wales. The files contain full instructions on how to use the framework and tool."
"This report details the works undertaken by the Centre de Documentation de Recherche et d’Expérimentations (Cedre) to carry out a review and worldwide analysis of past accidents to identify their characteristics and sources in transitional waters. The data recorded came from specialized press and websites, conference acts, scientific publications as well as data from IOPPC Funds and insurance technical reports (ITOPF)."
"This report details the work undertaken by Centre de Documentation de Recherche et d’ Expérimentations (Cedre) to perform an analysis of available response equipment suited to transitional waters. It actively contribute to an efficient preparedness and response to floods and hazmat response in transitional waters, through the definition of site-adapted response actions and protocols including know how on the available equipment adapted to the characteristic of estuaries for emergency responders."
In this link you can download a two day bespoke training that provides practical guidance in preparing for response to HNS and oil incidents in rivers, estuaries and bays, taking into consideration the specific challenges posed by such environments.