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Pollution Incident Response Management Plans (PRIMPs)

The purpose of the Pollution Incident Response Management Plan (PIRMP) is to assist employees and management in making quality decisions during times of crisis. This plan contains guidance in determining the appropriate actions to take to prevent injury and damage to the environment and property due to a pollution incident.  Incidents such as fire, vehicle crashes, chemical spills, explosion or gas leakages are controlled by Combat Agencies such the NSW Fire Brigade and Police. The responsible Combat Agency may ask Council to provide assistance in an emergency.

Other relevant authorities specified in the Act may also need to be notified (such as other Council staff, NSW Ministry of Health, WorkCover,  NSW Fire and Rescue.

 Pollution Incident Response Management Plan - 20199MB pdf(PDF, 9MB)


This page was last updated on: 09 March 2020