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Public health preparedness and response to chemical incidents in Europe : [publication] : report on a WHO meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark, 22-24 April 2002 /

by World Health Organization. Meeting (2002 ; Copenhagen); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; International Programme on Chemical Safety.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2002Description: 23 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.SAPHIR theme(s): Violences - MaltraitanceMeSH subject(s): Disaster Planning | Emergency Medical Services | Chemical Warfare | Biological Warfare | Public Health Administration | Information Systems | International Cooperation | Disaster Planning -- standards | Emergency Medical Services -- organization & administration | Europe | CongressesPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: ReportSummary: This WHO consultation was held in Copenhagen as a follow up to the global consultation on chemical incidents and several other meetings recently organized by the Regional Office on preparedness and response to the deliberate use of chemical or biological agents […] The meeting addressed the implementation of global recommendations at the European level, as well as collaboration with other ongoing international initiatives [WHO]. [Contents] Discussions and recommendations on the following subjects : Public health preparedness for chemical incidents in European countries, including deliberate use of chemical agents by terrorists - International preparedness and response - Chemical incidents alert systems - Poison control centres - Risk communication .
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This WHO consultation was held in Copenhagen as a follow up to the global consultation on chemical incidents and several other meetings recently organized by the Regional Office on preparedness and response to the deliberate use of chemical or biological agents […] The meeting addressed the implementation of global recommendations at the European level, as well as collaboration with other ongoing international initiatives [WHO]. [Contents] Discussions and recommendations on the following subjects : Public health preparedness for chemical incidents in European countries, including deliberate use of chemical agents by terrorists - International preparedness and response - Chemical incidents alert systems - Poison control centres - Risk communication .