Tony has worked at Veolia for 24 years and 18 years as an Emergency Response Coordinator. He has been dedicated to improving health and safety in the organisation and involved in managing, planning and resourcing of some of the largest inland emergency spill response clean ups in the UK.
Developing your plan for accidents and environmental emergencies
We all know that accidents happen – even when we take the greatest care. But when those accidents involve chemicals or environmental damage, you’re putting lives in danger and you’re at risk of prosecution and a heavy fine. This seminar discusses typical causes of accidents and environmental emergencies and best practice planning to manage your risk and maintaining credibility.
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