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The Major Incident Control Committee (MICC) Grangemouth has been supporting public safety at Grangemouth petro-chemical complex since 1968. It is made up of technical experts from local companies, INEOS, BP, Versalis, H.W.Coates, CalaChem, Fujifilm, Syngenta, Calor Gas, BOC, NuStar, Diageo and Forth Ports Ltd.

Safety is of paramount importance to our companies who train and exercise with Police Scotland, the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, Scottish Ambulance Service, Falkirk Council and partner agencies to ensure, in the unlikely event of an emergency, known procedures are well practised and followed effectively.

MICC Grangemouth is also responsible for the testing of the Community Warning System installed in and around the petro-chemical complex. It is important that everyone – residents and visitors alike – know what to do in the event of an emergency.

This website contains important information about what MICC does, how the public is involved and aims to raise awareness of what the public should do in the unlikely event of an emergency incident arising in the Grangemouth petro-chemical complex.

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The bi-annual testing of Grangemouth’s Community Warning System will take place on Wednesday 6th June at 7pm. The system, operated by Grangemouth Industrial Complex’s Major Incident Control Committee (MICC), will broadcast warning tones and verbal instructions to the public to ensure they are aware of how to react in the unlikely event of a major toxic gas release in their local community. The test will involve activating all twelve alarms situated at various locations in and around the Grangemouth Industrial Complex. Grangemouth residents and visitors will not be required to take any action when the system is activated at that time. In the unlikely event of an actual emergency taking place during the test, the transmission via the Community Warning System will clearly indicate such an event and the public should “Go in, Stay in and Tune in”. MICC chairman, Derek Brown said: ‘ This year we are celebrating 50 years of our unique Major Incident preparedness partnership. The testing of the Community Warning System is one aspect of our commitment to public safety on how MICC would alert the public in the unlikely event of a major incident at one of the operator’s facilities with the Grangemouth Industrial Complex. “Throughout the year, industrial companies in Grangemouth also work with the emergency services and Falkirk Council to train and exercise our staff to ensure we are fully equipped to deal with a wide range of different scenarios. “We encourage everyone in the Grangemouth community to ensure that they know what to do should an emergency happen.” For more information, please visit the MICC webpage, miccgrangemouth.co.uk or Falkirk Council webpage www.falkirk.gov.uk MICC is comprised of representatives from Falkirk Council, Emergency Services and the operators of the various chemical manufacturing sites in Grangemouth

Maintenance work to Grangemouth Community Warning System

Maintenance work to Grangemouth’s Community Warning System will be conducted between Monday 13th and Friday 17th of November 2017.   The system, operated by the Grangemouth Petroleum & Chemical Complex’s Major Incident Control Committee (MICC), may sound warning tones and verbal messages during this test period.   Grangemouth residents and visitors will not be required … Continue reading Maintenance work to Grangemouth Community Warning System

Maintenance work to Grangemouth Community Warning System

  Maintenance work to Grangemouth’s Community Warning System will be conducted between Monday 13th and Friday 17th of November 2017. The system, operated by the Grangemouth Petroleum & Chemical Complex’s Major Incident Control Committee (MICC), may sound warning tones and verbal messages during this test period. Grangemouth residents and visitors will not be required to … Continue reading Maintenance work to Grangemouth Community Warning System

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