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24-Hour Chemical Emergency Response Helplines

Giles Spencer Hobson
Wednesday , 29th Apr 2020
United Kingdom’s National Chemical Emergency Centre

In partnership with the NCEC, ChemLinked invites you to join us for a complimentary webinar focusing on 24 hour emergency helplines for the chemical industry. This webinar will be especially relevant to individuals responsible for the emergency telephone numbers on their companies’ Safety Data Sheets and Dangerous Goods documents.  

Serving a global client base including 40 of the world’s top 100 chemical producers, the NCEC is recognised as the standard setter in the provision of chemical emergency response helpline services.

  • Reasons why companies throughout the chemical supply chain invest in dedicated 24 hour lines

  • Why a compliant emergency telephone number is not always a complete and adequate solution

  • Essential features of a fit for purpose chemical emergency response helpline

  • Benefits of outsourcing emergency call handling to a professional third party provider

  • Important considerations when evaluating emergency response providers

Contact Information

If you have any question about this webinar, please contact us:

  • Tel: +86 (0)571 8700 7591

  • Email:

  • Business Manager
    Mr. Hobson is a Business Manager at the United Kingdom’s National Chemical Emergency Centre. Giles is an experienced international sales professional and prior to joining the NCEC in 2012, his responsibilities included the running of the export division of a UK manufacturing company with sales in over 60 countries. Giles’ present role at the NCEC includes the management of overseas sales partners and new business development outside Western Europe with a particular focus on the Middle East and Asia-Pacific regions. Giles regularly travels to Asia to support the sales activities of NCEC business partners and speak at events about emergency telephone regulations and chemical emergency response best practice. Giles has previously presented at conferences and seminars in Europe, Australia, India, Japan, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, Turkey and the UAE.