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In terms of B3, general measures for accident and emergency responses are regulated in GR 74. Under the GR , anyone in charge of managing B3 is under obligation to (i) isolate, (ii) mitigate, (iii) report the incident to local authorities, (iv) provision information to local communities.188 Local government must undertake all necessary steps after receiving report of such incidents189.
In terms of B3 waste, general measures for accident and emergency responses are regulated in GR 101 in the form of (i) provision of information to local communities through both printed and electronic media that a contamination has occurred within 24 hours after the incident or after it become known,(ii) isolation of affected areas(including evacuation, control,reporting to authorities as well as identification and determination of hazardous area), (iii) cessation of contamination on the source (production process must be stopped, all activities around the area must be suspended, mitigation measures reported to authorities) and/or (iv) other measures according to science and technology. Anyone producing or handling B3 waste are also required to enact an emergency preparedness and response system.190 The system must provide adequate (i) infrastructure (which includes facilities, equipment, coordination, organisation, procedures and training) and functions (identification, reporting, activation, mitigation, emergency protection, information dissemination and protection of local communities).
188 Article 25 GR No. 74/2001
189 Article 26 GR No. 74/2001
190 GR No. 101/2014, Article 220