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Risk Prioritisation Methodology for Hazardous & Noxious Substances for Public Health
Project: ARCOPOL Type: Report Date of release: 15/02/2011
Author: PHE & Pembrokeshire County Council Responsible partner: Pembrokeshire County Council
Methodology developed to prioritise HNS based upon potential public health risks to provide information for use by operators, regulators and responders to incidents, enhancing the efficiency of the response and therefore reducing the overall risks to public health.
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Result > HNS
  • Post-spill monitoring for environmental impact assessment
  • Poster: Équipements de protection contre les rejets marins de substances nocives potentiellement dangereuses (SNPD)
  • Poster: Behaviour of Hazardous and Noxious Substances spilt at sea
  • Poster: Comportement des substances nocives potentiellement dangereuses (SNPD)
  • Poster: HNS hazard identification
  • Poster: Identification de dangers pour substances nocives potentiellement dangereuses (SNPD)
  • Poster: Personal Protective Equipment against maritime spills of Hazardous and Noxious Substances (HNS)
  • Public Health Toolkit for Shoreline Response to Maritime Chemical Incidents
  • Report: Review of the fate and weathering of priority HNS
  • Review of Ecological Risk Assessment Methodologies and Derivation of PNECs for Marine Species
  • Review of the fate and weathering of HNS involved in previous spills
  • Risk Prioritisation Methodology for Hazardous & Noxious Substances for Public Health
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