What should my facility plan include?

Each facility that maintains, produces or transports hazardous materials should have a written emergency plan known to all employees. They should know who has to be contacted and to do so even if they cannot reach management personnel. Failure to make notifications in a timely manner can result in large fines to the owner\operator of a facility/vehicle.

The Local Emergency Planning Committee will assist you in preparing this plan, free of charge. Call 410-638-4900 to make an appointment.

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1. What is the Local Emergency Planning Committee?
2. Why was the LEPC formed?
3. Who serves on the LEPC?
4. What is required in a plan?
5. How do you know what to plan for?
6. How can I find out what hazards are in my community?
7. How do I obtain information on specific chemicals?
8. How do you plan for emergencies involving the transportation of chemicals?
9. How can I get help with all of my compliance requirements?
10. If there is an accident, how do I report it?
11. What should my facility plan include?
12. When is a written report required?
13. When does the LEPC meet?