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Acid attacks: how to respond

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Last updated on 7 November 2017
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What should we do if there is an acid attack at school? We set out advice from the NHS and the London Ambulance Service about what to do if an acid attack happens. We also look at how to report incidents and link to a further article with examples of emergency plans.

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  1. 1 Responding to an attack
  2. 2 Reporting incidents 
  3. 3 If a pupil carries out an attack 
  4. 4 Policies and plans

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  • 4 external links

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