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Responding to Major Emergencies

The recent use of a nerve agent in Salisbury highlights the need for planning and the use of appropriately trained staff. The talk will summarise some of Prof. Leonard's career and the role of emergency planning for major pollution incidents. The 1986 Chernobyl accident was the first of several emergencies that involved Paul advising Government officials on major oil spills, shipping accidents and overseas presentations in e.g. USA, Spain, Japan, South Africa and Kazakhstan.

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Speakers

Prof. Paul Leonard, FSRP, FLS
(The Society for Radiological Protection)

Location

The Crypt Room, St John's Church Church Row Hampstead NW3 6UU

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