Sustainability and Emergency Response: How preparedness is greater than just risk management
Time & Location
Thursday: 13.00 to 13.30, Stage 1
Chris SowdenEmergency Response Team Manager -National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC)
About this Session
This session will explore the link between good quality, robust emergency response provision, and your organisations commitment to sustainability frameworks, such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals and other interlinking sustainability initiatives, including Responsible Care®. We will explore how emergency response can be a proactive tool, adding value to your customers and key stakeholders, and demonstrate commitment to your own sustainability policies. We will discussion actionable advice on maximising the value you recognise from your own emergency response arrangements.
Hosted by: Craig Thomson, Sales & Client Director – Ricardo Energy & Environment
Featuring combination of emergency response and business risk expert panellists.
As Team Manager of NCEC’s emergency responders, Chris works closely with the team of call handlers to ensure they have the skills and experience required to respond to the full range of incident calls they receive, helping clients to manage incidents safely whilst actively working to mitigate risk. Chris has worked in the emergency response area for over ten years and has extensive experience of chemical safety regulations, ensuring that the advice and support our emergency responders provide is appropriate and in-line with industry best practice.