Response is the effort of minimizing the risks created by an emergency, to protect people, the environment and property, and to restore normal pre-emergency conditions. In the case of marine pollution incident, it is necessary to ensure effective preparedness measures are in place that will ensure a timely and coordinated response, to limit the adverse consequences of the pollution incidents involving oil, hazardous and noxious substances (HNS)

Guidelines & Tools

Decision-Support Tools

The successful outcome of measures taken to respond to oil/HNS spills depends to a great extent on the quality of and the promptness with which decisions concerning the response are taken. To this effect REMPEC developed over the years a set of Decision support tools and Guidelines.

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