Providing customers around the world with Chemical Emergency Response and Risk Management

Organisations around the world face increasingly stringent regulations governing the manufacture, distribution, transportation and management of chemicals. The financial and reputational costs resulting from non-compliance with regulations or a major incident can be significant and should not be ignored. It is crucial that your organisation has the information and resources needed for proactive risk management. The National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC), part of Ricardo Energy & Environment, provides complete life-cycle management services to help you efficiently and safely conduct your business.

How we can help you

Organisations around the world benefit from our ability to mitigate chemical risk, improve incident response and comply with global regulations. Our in-house chemical and incident management experts ensure your company has a reliable partner with the experience and knowledge to support your growing operations. Our services include:

  • Multilingual 24/7 emergency chemical response services (including air and marine)
  • Safety data sheet (SDS) authoring
  • SDS and COSHH assessment storage and management software
  • Chemical response and safety training and consultancy
  • Chemical management and incident management consultancy (including DGSA services)
  • Chemical hazard database software of over 53,000 substances and more than 157,000 different chemical names

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Why choose NCEC?

For over 40 years, NCEC has been helping organisations to develop effective and proactive management for chemical risks and regulatory compliance, providing services to support emergency response for global operations and facilitating best practice within the chemical management and emergency response industry. Irrespective of how your organisation works with chemicals or handles hazardous materials, NCEC is able to provide you with valuable services and products to support your operations.

To find out more about how we can help your organisation to mitigate chemical risk, improve incident response and comply with global regulations, visit the National Chemical Emergency Centre website – click here