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Helschger, G., Monet, J. P., Hoorelbeke, P. and Jorda, L., 2007. European Industrial Emergency Planning, An Example Of Private-Public Partnership: Another French Paradox ?. AOFST 7
Diverse and very close to the national specificities, the â€œindustrial risk culturesâ€ have been for the first time harmonized with the publication of COMAH (for Control Of Major Accidents Hazards) European directives in 1982 and 1996. Through their implementation, these Seveso-named directives generated the first common prevention and emergency planning basis. After risk assessment and scenario modelling, the company is directly responsible for in-plant emergency planning. Prevention methods and safety procedures have to be prepared, tested and registered by the internal safety departments. If an accident occurs, the off-site planning has to run, under the leadership of policy makers. Strategy, coordination and control of different public agencies are keys of crisis management. Over these 15 years-old process, the aim of the paper is to describe how it is possible to do more than regulation requirements, with a good private-public partnership (industrial company-public EM services), with technical means and advanced technologies.
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