Emergency Planning for Industrial Hazards
H.B.F. Gow, R.W. Kay
CRC Press, Sep 2, 2003 - Architecture - 408 pages
Proceedings of the European Conference on Emergency Planning for Industrial Hazards, held at the Congress Centre, Villa Ponti, Varese, Italy, 4-6 November 1987.
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SESSION I Organisations Implementing Emergency Planning
SESSION II OnSite and OffSite Emergency Planning Design
SESSION III Exercises and Auditing of Emergency Planning
SESSION IV Techniques for Emergency Plans
SESSION V Lessons Learnt from Emergency Management of Major Incidents
SESSION VI Information to the Public Prior to and During an Emergency
CONCLUDING SESSION Panel Discussion and Conclusions
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