Environmental Risk Communication

Principles and Practices for Industry
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 1. März 2019
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  • 176 Seiten
 
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978-1-351-45023-2 (ISBN)
 
A public meeting with angry residents and eager reporters is a common feature on the local news. Whether addressing environmental, or other issues, the experience for the board members, consultants, and specialists at these meetings ranges from uncomfortable to nightmarish. The issues discussed in these meetings usually stem from years of community disappointment, mistrust, fears, factions, political or social positioning, or all of the above.
Industry faces a labyrinth of environmental and business regulations, and unique challenges in dealing with the public and the media. Environmental Risk Communication serves as a guide to understanding and complying with the Federal Risk Management Program and applying risk management and communication principles to daily plant operations. This book also helps Risk Management Plan (RMP) facilities successfully meet the new Federal requirements for public disclosure of RMP offsite consequence analysis results and provides techniques for communicating effectively during environmental emergencies.
Written in a straight-forward, no-nonsense style the book presents concise informative chapters, flow diagrams, checklists, and a thorough index. The authors present step-by-step instruction on developing a principled plan of action that generates open communications. CEOs, Corporate Communications Specialists, Plant Managers, Environmental Compliance Supervisors, Health and Safety Officers, Environmental Scientists and Engineers, and Consultants will benefit from Environmental Risk Communication.
1. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Boca Raton
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  • USA
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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978-1-351-45023-2 (9781351450232)
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  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • About the Authors
  • Dedication
  • Table of Contents
  • 1 Step 1: Operating Legally and Ethically
  • 1.1 Compliance with All Regulations
  • 1.2 ODOR?Another Nasty Four-Letter Word
  • 1.3 Fair and Just Operating Practices
  • 1.4 Crisis Communication Planning
  • 1.5 Life Cycle of an Emergency
  • 1.6 Four Major Elements of Emergency Management
  • 1.7 Defining a Crisis
  • 2 Step 2: Educating Employees on Benefits and Risks
  • 2.1 Why Are You in Business, Anyway?
  • 2.2 Determining and Communicating the Health, Safety, and Environmental Risks
  • 2.3 Pollution Prevention and Risk Reduction
  • 2.4 The Government?Here to Help You
  • 2.5 "Demanufacturing," Industrial Ecology, and Life-Cycle Analysis
  • 3 Step 3: Listening and Responding to the Public
  • 3.1 Identifying and Communicating with Stakeholders
  • 3.2 "All You Need To Determine Risk is a Ruler
  • 3.3 Establishing a Community Advisory Panel
  • 3.4 Submitting to Independent Reviews
  • 3.5 Additional Suggestions
  • 3.6 What About Activists?
  • 3.7 First-Responders and Local Emergency Planning Committees
  • 3.8 Public Information Officers
  • 4 Step 4: Disseminating Information to the Media
  • 4.1 Environmental Reporting in America
  • 4.2 The News Business
  • 4.3 What is News?
  • 4.4 Meeting Media Needs During a Crisis
  • 4.5 Who Should Speak?
  • 4.6 Who Will Arrive First?
  • 4.7 Gathering and Evaluating Information
  • 4.8 Guidelines for Successful News Media Interviews
  • 4.9 Tips from Behind the Camera During A Crisis
  • 4.10 Speedy Release of Information
  • 5 Real-World Examples
  • 5.1 Fallout from TMI
  • 5.2 The Cement Kiln as a Waste Incinerator
  • 5.3 Turning the Tide at WTI
  • 5.4 Decommissioning a B&W Nuclear Facility
  • 6 Planning for the Worst: Risk Communication and the Federal Risk Management Program
  • 6.1 Understanding the Risk Management Program
  • 6.2 The "Big Picture
  • 6.3 Applying Risk Communication Principles
  • 6.4 Working Together for a Safer Community
  • References
  • Appendix A State Pollution Prevention Offices
  • Appendix B Suggested Readings for Environmental Perspective
  • Appendix C Federal and State Emergency Management Offices
  • Appendix D Risk Management Plan (RMP) Form
  • Appendix E Air Dispersion Modeling Fact Sheet
  • Appendix F Questions and Responses for RMPs
  • Index

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