Public Health England
Postal address: CRCE Wales Unit, UWIC, Western Avenue, Llandaff. CF5 2YB. Cardiff. Wales. UK
Contact: Paul Harold.
Telephone: +44 29 204 16388
The Centre for Radiation, Chemicals and Environmental Hazards (CRCE) is a specialist resource of the Public Health England. It provides advice, research and services to protect the public from hazards resulting from exposure to chemicals and poisons, radiation both ionising and non-ionising and ultrasound and infrasound. The Centre also leads for PHE on public health effects of climate change and extreme environmental events such as flooding. CRCE (Wales) is part of the UK’s emergency planning and preparedness structure for chemical incidents, whether accidental or deliberate and provides advice and support to government, emergency services, local authorities and health professionals on the acute and chronic health effects of environmental chemicals.
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