TECHNICAL AND OPERATIONAL CRITERIA AND GUIDELINES FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ANALYSIS OF MAJOR ACCIDENTS WITH ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES

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TECHNICAL AND OPERATIONAL CRITERIA AND GUIDELINES FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ANALYSIS OF MAJOR ACCIDENTS WITH ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES

 

 

The aim of the report, in continuity with a previous work (technical report APAT/CNVVF n. 57/2005) related to accidental releases of liquid hydrocarbons on the ground, is to provide Agency System technicians involved in the control activities required by D.Lgs 334/99 and subsequent amendments (Italian implementation of the European directive "Seveso II"), technical and operational criteria and guidelines to support the assessment of the analysis of accidents, identified by Operators of activities subject to D.Lgs. 334/99 and subsequent amendments, with potential relevant environmental consequences and, in particular, those arising from uncontrolled release of eco-toxic substances in surface water, such as rivers, lakes, coastal and marine waters. For these situations, the document includes useful technical elements to address actions applicable in the first phase of the emergency (first 24 hours) to mitigate/limit consequences.

 

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Handbooks and guidelines
92/2013
978-88-448-0619-4