Consultation has now closed
Why it matters
Guidance on preparing a transport emergency response plan
Satisfying the requirements described in the Transport Emergency Response Plan (TERP) is needed to meet a minimum level of safety for the transportation of dangerous goods.
The NSW Environment Protection Authority (the EPA) is consulting with the transport industry and all interested stakeholders before publishing the guidance for developing a Transport Emergency Response Plan.
Your views on the document are highly valued and will inform the development and distribution of this important handbook for the safety of transporting dangerous goods.
Have your say
Public consultation on the Transport Emergency Response Plan is now closed.
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