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Incident response and recovery

phases of work: response and recovery Response When responding to a hazardous materials incident, the objective is to contain the hazardous materials to prevent actual or further harm to the public, property and the environmentThe EPA supports   2016

Radiation Advisory Council Annual Report 2014-15

last updated: 19 January 2016 Download now About this publication Date published: January 2016 Subject: Hazardous Materials Language: English ID: EPA20150812 ISSN : 1323-4072 Publisher: Environment Protection Authority File name: 150812-RAC-annual-report-1415.pdf   2016

Contacts for chemical and radiation pollution

Where the depositing of waste causes or threatens material harm to the environment, a number of authorities must be notified - see duty to notify Members of the public wishing to report or inquire about   2013

Radiation control

so that the health risks to any person exposed to ionising radiation is kept below levels that are generally considered to be unacceptable EPA activities under the Act The EPA's Hazardous Materials, Chemicals and Radiation Section is responsible   2017

Transporting dangerous goods in NSW

information Stowage Segregation Safety equipment For further information on transporting dangerous goods by road and rail in NSW contact the EPA by email at or write to: Hazardous Materials Unit NSW EPA PO Box A290   2017

Dangerous goods training and licensing

When is a licence required? A licence is required when transporting any receptacle with a capacity of more than 500 litres, or which contains more than 500 kilograms of dangerous goods in a single receptacle.   2017

Approval of a dangerous goods road tank vehicle design

The seventh edition of the Australian Dangerous Goods Code (ADG Code) requires the design of a tank that forms part of or is used on a tank vehicle to be approved by the competent authority before   2016

Householders' Asbestos Disposal Scheme

Program snapshot Category:  Illegal dumping grants Amounts:  Total of $781,000 Eligible bodies: Local councils Contact: 1300 361 967 or Status: The trial   2016

Draft updated Radiation Guideline 6 | NSW EPA

The Environment Protection Authority (EPA), in consultation with the NSW Radiation Advisory Council, has prepared a new draft version of Radiation Guideline 6: Compliance requirements and industry best practice   2015