Risks such as lack of compliance, transport issues, delays, and emergencies throughout the downstream chemical supply chain can have a negative impact on people, the environment, your assets, your reputation, and ultimately your bottom line.
This webinar will help you to understand the risks in the downstream chemical supply chain and where these might impact your ability to safely get your product to its end destination, what you can do to mitigate these risks and how you can derive value back from good risk management.
NCEC experts will explain how risks such as lack of compliance, transport issues, delays, and emergencies throughout the downstream chemical supply chain can have a negative impact on people, the environment, your assets, your reputation, and ultimately your bottom line. We will also look at some of the implications of COVID-19 on the ability of organizations to respond to an incident involving them or their product.
Discover multiple mitigation strategies, including planning, training, and emergency response, to minimize the occurrence and impact of any incidents. See how value can be derived back from good risk management. This webinar will leave you better able to assess your vulnerabilities throughout the chemical supply chain and leave you with a clear understanding of how you can address them.
- Assess your supply chain for vulnerabilities
- Understand how you can address these vulnerabilities
- Understand the value to your organization by addressing these vulnerabilities.
Craig Thomson, Associate Director, NCEC
Craig heads a team at NCEC that helps businesses to implement chemical emergency response arrangements, meet their chemical regulatory requirements, and build resilience through planning and training. He works collaboratively with businesses to understand their aims and strategies to ensure recommendations are appropriate and tailored to customers’ needs.
Tim Kennedy, Client Manager, NCEC
Tim leads NCEC’s presence in the US. He works to find solutions for clients throughout the chemical supply chain whether they need an emergency response, regulatory consultancy, or support with crisis planning and business continuity.
James Smith, NCEC
James has seven years of emergency response experience, working with emergency services and members of the public during chemical incidents wherever they occur worldwide. He supervises a team of emergency responders, focusing on continued training and development to ensure they remain world-leading experts on chemical emergency response.