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Data and information to be included in the emergency plans referred to in Article 12

1. Internal emergency plans:

(a) Names or positions of persons authorised to set emergency procedures in motion and the person in charge of and coordinating the on-site mitigatory action;

(b) Name or position of the person with responsibility for liaising with the authority responsible for the external emergency plan;

(c) For foreseeable conditions or events which could be significant in bringing about a major accident, a description of the action which should be taken to control the conditions or events and to limit their consequences, including a description of the safety equipment and the resources available;

(d) Arrangements for limiting the risks to persons on site including how warnings are to be given and the actions persons are expected to take on receipt of a warning;

(e) Arrangements for providing early warning of the incident to the authority responsible for setting the external emergency plan in motion, the type of information which should be contained in an initial warning and the arrangements for the provision of more detailed information as it becomes available;

(f) where necessary, arrangements for training staff in the duties they will be expected to perform and, as appropriate, coordinating this with off-site emergency services;

(g) Arrangements for providing assistance with off-site mitigatory action.

2. External emergency plans:

(a) Names or positions of persons authorised to set emergency procedures in motion and of persons authorised to take charge of and coordinate off-site action;

(b) Arrangements for receiving early warning of incidents, and alert and call-out procedures;

(c) Arrangements for coordinating resources necessary to implement the external emergency plan;

(d) Arrangements for providing assistance with on-site mitigatory action;

(e) Arrangements for off-site mitigatory action, including responses to major-accident scenarios as set out in the safety report and considering possible domino effects, including those having an impact on the environment;

(f) Arrangements for providing the public and any neighbouring establishments or sites that fall outside the scope of this Directive in accordance with Article 9 with specific information relating to the accident and the behaviour which should be adopted;

(g) Arrangements for the provision of information to the emergency services of other Member States in the event of a major accident with possible transboundary consequences.