Dangerous Goods Emergency Action Code List 2011
- National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC)
The 2011 edition of the Dangerous Goods Emergency Action Code List outlines the Emergency Action codes (EACs), also known as Hazchem codes, for the use of the emergency services in conjunction with Emergency Action Code Cards. EACs indicate to the emergency services actions that may be necessary, during the first few minutes of an incident involving dangerous goods, should the officer in charge of the incident deem it necessary to take immediate actions. It includes details of Hazchem markings on the orange coloured plate of road and rail vehicles, registered in Britain, carrying dangerous goods in bulk or in tanks on domestic journeys.
The Dangerous Goods Emergency Action Code List 2011 is effective from 1 July 2011 and the Emergency Action Code List 2009 should no longer be used from that date.
Section 1: Introduction to the Emergency Action Codes
Section 2: Displaying Emergency Action Codes
Section 3: Application of Emergency Action Codes for the Emergency Services
Section 4: Numerical List of Dangerous Goods, including - United Nations (UN) Number - Substance - Emergency Action Code (EAC) - Advice on Additional Personal Protection (APP) - Hazards - Hazard Identification Number (HIN)
Section 5: Alphabetical List of Dangerous Goods
|Format||Paperback||Published||12 Apr 2011|
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