MCA guidelines for ports to ensure a co-ordinated local and national response to an oil spill.

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MCA guidelines for ports to ensure a co-ordinated local and national response to an oil spill.

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Contingency planning: marine pollution preparedness and response

MCA guidelines for ports to ensure a co-ordinated local and national response to an oil spill.

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Contingency planning for marine pollution preparedness and response: guidelines for ports

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A new revision of this document is currently being produced and will be published here shortly. Until then, the document is not available to download. If you need assistance with this area in the meantime please contact Mr Stan Woznicki, head of counter pollution and salvage branch, via the following email address:Stan.Woznicki@mcga.gov.uk

These guidelines are for those involved in the creation of oil spill response contingency plans. They promote a coherent national approach to the successful management of oil pollution incidents. They’re designed to ensure that the national contingency plan (NCP) and local plans, including those of harbour authorities, work together to respond effectively.

Published 3 February 2012
Last updated 14 January 2019+ show all updates

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