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Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) Federal Grant. HazMat HAPPENS!. How much hazardous materials are transported throughout the U.S. by rail, highway, pipeline and waterways? Over 3.1 billion tons Which states have the most incidents each year? Texas is # 2

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Hazardous materials emergency preparedness hmep federal grant

Hazardous Materials

Emergency Preparedness (HMEP)

Federal Grant


Hazmat happens

HazMat HAPPENS!

How much hazardous materials are transported throughout the U.S. by rail, highway, pipeline and waterways? Over 3.1 billion tons

Which states have the most incidents each year? Texas is # 2

Which state has the highest amount of hazardous materials shipped in the U.S. each year? Texas

American Society of Safety Engineers


Show me the money

SHOW ME THE MONEY!!!

  • US Department Of Transportation

  • Collects fees from companies that transport hazardous materials

  • Texas Division of Emergency Management

  • Manages the HMEP program for the state


Hmep grant federal budget fiscal year 2012

HMEP GRANT FEDERAL BUDGETFISCAL YEAR 2012

PLANNING GRANT

$365,675

TRAINING GRANT

$948,059


Planning grant

PLANNING GRANT


Planning grant1

Planning Grant

Purpose of HMEP Planning Grant is to provide financial assistance to LEPC’s

  • Develop, improve, implement & enhance emergency plans

  • Commodity Flow Study

    • Within your jurisdiction

    • Between your jurisdiction and another State or Indian Country

    • The development and maintenance of a system to keep this information current


Planning grant2

Planning Grant

  • Exercises which test emergency plans

  • Response procedures for emergencies involving transportation of hazardous & radioactive materials

  • Assess local response capabilities

  • Assess the need for Regional Hazardous Material Response Teams


Planning grant3

Planning Grant

  • Hire temporary technical staff to support your planning requirements

  • Conduct transportation-related hazardous materials emergency drills and exercises.

  • Any other planning project relating to the transportation of hazardous materials which is approved by TDEM.

  • All projects must be related to

  • Transportation of Hazardous Material


Hazardous materials emergency preparedness hmep federal grant

Hansford

Lipscomb

Sherman

Ochiltree

Dallam

HMEP Planning Grants

By County FY08-10

FY 10

FY 09

FY 08

Moore

Hemphill

Hutchinson

Hartley

Roberts

Carson

Gray

Potter

Wheeler

Oldham

Deaf Smith

Armstrong

Collingsworth

Randall

Donley

Childress

Swisher

Parmer

Castro

Briscoe

Hall

Hardeman

Motley

Cottle

Lamb

Bailey

Hale

Floyd

Foard

Wilbarger

Wichita

Clay

Montague

Grayson

Lamar

Cooke

Hockley

Archer

Fannin

King

Baylor

Cochran

Lubbock

Dickens

Red River

Knox

Crosby

Bowie

Delta

Haskell

Titus

Collin

Denton

Young

Jack

Wise

Franklin

Lynn

Terry

Garza

Kent

Throckmorton

Hunt

Stonewall

Morris

Yoakum

Hopkins

Cass

Camp

Rockwall

Rains

Wood

Parker

Marion

Tarrant

Palo Pinto

Fisher

Upshur

Shackelford

Dallas

Scurry

Gaines

Dawson

Borden

Kaufman

Jones

Stephens

Van Zandt

Harrison

Gregg

Smith

Hood

Nolan

Taylor

Johnson

Mitchell

Ellis

Eastland

Callahan

Howard

Andrews

Martin

Henderson

Somervell

Erath

Panola

Navarro

Rusk

Hill

Cherokee

Coleman

Comanche

Bosque

Coke

Loving

Glasscock

Ector

Midland

Winkler

Anderson

Brown

Shelby

El Paso

Runnels

Sterling

Freestone

Hamilton

Nacogdoches

McLennan

Limestone

Mills

Ward

Crane

San Augustine

Hudspeth

Culberson

Reagan

Upton

Tom Green

Coryell

Houston

Concho

Leon

Sabine

Irion

Angelina

Falls

Reeves

San Saba

McCulloch

Lampasas

Trinity

Bell

Robertson

Newton

Madison

Jasper

Burnet

Schleicher

Menard

Pecos

Polk

Milam

Tyler

Walker

Mason

Crockett

Jeff Davis

San Jacinto

Llano

Brazos

Williamson

Grimes

Sutton

Burleson

Kimble

Hardin

Blanco

Montgomery

Lee

Travis

Gillespie

Terrell

Washington

Orange

Liberty

Bastrop

Waller

Hays

Kerr

Presidio

Edwards

Val Verde

Kendall

Austin

Jefferson

Fayette

Real

Brewster

Caldwell

Comal

Chambers

Bandera

Harris

Colorado

Guadalupe

Fort Bend

Bexar

Gonzales

Galveston

Lavaca

Kinney

Uvalde

Medina

  • Rural Counties (Populations under 150K)

    • Over 150K

    • 50K – 150K

    • Under 50K

Wharton

Wilson

Brazoria

DeWitt

Jackson

Karnes

Matagorda

Atascosa

Frio

Zavala

Maverick

Victoria

Goliad

Calhoun

Dimmit

Refugio

La Salle

Bee

McMullen

Live Oak

Aransas

Costal Plain LEPC

San Patricio

Webb

Nueces

Duval

Jim Wells

Kleberg

Brooks

Zapata

Jim Hogg

Kenedy

Starr

Willacy

Hidalgo

Cameron


Hazardous materials emergency preparedness hmep federal grant

HMEP Planning Grants Awarded FY 2012


Hmep planning grants awarded fy 2011

HMEP Planning Grants Awarded FY 2011


Hmep planning grants awarded fy 2010

HMEP Planning Grants Awarded FY 2010


Hmep planning grants awarded fy 2009

HMEP Planning Grants Awarded FY 2009


Hmep planning grants awarded fy 2008

HMEP Planning Grants Awarded FY 2008


Hazardous materials emergency preparedness hmep federal grant

Training

Grant


Training grant

Training Grant

Intent is to provide training to local jurisdictions which have little or no funds for First Responder HazardousMaterial Training


Training grant1

Training Grant

Provides

Hazardous Materials Response

Training

At No Cost To You!


Hazardous materials emergency preparedness hmep federal grant

Training Grant

for

Police

Fire

  • EMS

    Public Works

or any State, County, City employee or official who may

become involved with HazMat.


Hazardous materials emergency preparedness hmep federal grant

HMEP Training

By County

FY 2008 - 10

Hansford

Lipscomb

Sherman

Ochiltree

Dallam

Are You On The Map?

Hemphill

Hartley

Moore

Hutchinson

Roberts

Gray

Carson

Potter

Wheeler

Oldham

Armstrong

Deaf Smith

Randall

Donley

Collingsworth

Swisher

Parmer

Castro

Briscoe

Hall

Childress

Hardeman

Motley

Cottle

Lamb

Bailey

Hale

Floyd

Wichita

Wilbarger

Foard

Clay

Montague

Lamar

Grayson

Cooke

Crosby

Hockley

Archer

Fannin

Baylor

King

Dickens

Red River

Knox

Lubbock

Cochran

Bowie

Delta

Titus

Stonewall

Jack

Young

Denton

Collin

Wise

Franklin

Haskell

Lynn

Terry

Garza

Kent

Throckmorton

Morris

Hopkins

Cass

Hunt

Yoakum

Camp

Rockwall

Rains

Wood

Marion

Parker

Palo Pinto

Dallas

Tarrant

Shackelford

Gaines

Dawson

Borden

Scurry

Jones

Fisher

Upshur

Stephens

Van Zandt

Kaufman

Harrison

Hood

Gregg

Smith

Johnson

Ellis

Eastland

Taylor

Callahan

Mitchell

Nolan

Howard

Andrews

Martin

Henderson

Erath

Somervell

Panola

Rusk

Navarro

Hill

Comanche

Cherokee

Bosque

Loving

Ector

Coleman

Midland

Glasscock

Winkler

Anderson

Brown

Shelby

El Paso

Coke

Runnels

Sterling

Freestone

Hamilton

Nacogdoches

McLennan

Mills

Ward

Limestone

Hudspeth

Culberson

San Augustine

Crane

Reagan

Upton

Irion

Tom Green

Coryell

Houston

Concho

Leon

Sabine

Falls

Angelina

Reeves

San Saba

McCulloch

Lampasas

Trinity

Bell

Robertson

Jasper

Madison

Newton

Burnet

Schleicher

Menard

Pecos

Polk

Milam

Tyler

Walker

Mason

Crockett

Jeff Davis

San Jacinto

Llano

Brazos

Williamson

Burleson

Sutton

Kimble

Grimes

Hardin

Blanco

Montgomery

Lee

Travis

Gillespie

Terrell

Washington

Liberty

Orange

Bastrop

Waller

Hays

Kerr

Presidio

Austin

Jefferson

Edwards

Val Verde

Kendall

Fayette

Comal

Brewster

Caldwell

Harris

Chambers

Real

Bandera

Colorado

Guadalupe

Fort Bend

Galveston

Bexar

Gonzales

Lavaca

Medina

Kinney

Uvalde

Wharton

Wilson

Brazoria

DeWitt

Jackson

Karnes

Matagorda

Atascosa

Maverick

Frio

Zavala

Location of HMEP Courses

FY 10 (Projected)

FY 09

FY 08

  • Rural Counties (Populations under 150K)

    • Over 150K

    • 50K – 150K

    • Under 50K

Victoria

Goliad

Calhoun

Dimmit

La Salle

Bee

Refugio

McMullen

Live Oak

Aransas

San Patricio

Webb

Nueces

Duval

Jim Wells

Kleberg

Brooks

Zapata

Jim Hogg

Kenedy

Starr

Willacy

Hidalgo

Cameron


Awareness level training

Awareness Level Training

  • H-100 HazMat Awareness

  • H-101 Pipeline Emergencies Awareness


Hazardous materials emergency preparedness hmep federal grant

Operations Level Training

  • H-200 HazMat First Responder Operations

  • H-201 Pipeline Emergencies Operations

  • H-202 Pipeline Emergencies Awareness/Operations

  • H-203 Confined Space Safety

  • H-204 HazMat First Responder

  • Awareness/Operations


Hazardous materials emergency preparedness hmep federal grant

Technician Level Training

  • H-300 HazMat Emergency Response Technician Upgrade

  • H-301 HazMat Emergency Response Technician

  • H-302 HazMat Refresher Training

  • H-303 Pipeline

  • Emergencies Technician

Brayton Fire Field Only


Technician level training

Technician Level Training

  • H-304 Confined Space Rescue Technician

  • H-305 Oil Containment, Protection and

  • Recovery (Inland Water)

  • H-306 NFPA 1006 Trench Rescue (Non-Certification)

  • H-307 NFPA 472 Product

  • Control (Non-Certification)


Advance level training

Advance Level Training

  • H-400 Advanced HazMat Technician

  • H-401 HazMat Incident Command System

  • H-402 NFA Chemistry of Hazardous Material

  • H-403 HazMat Chlorine Emergencies

  • H-404 Clandestine Drug Lab

  • H-405 Air Monitoring for

  • Hazardous Substances

  • H-406 Response to Illicit Laboratory Incidents - Operations (New)


Certification level training

Certification Level Training

  • H-500 HazMat Technician – Texas Commission of Fire Protection (TCFP)

  • Pro-Board Certification

  • H-501 NFPA 472 HazMat Technician

  • H-502 NFPA 472 Incident Command

  • H 503 NFPA 1006 Confined Space Rescue Technician

  • H 504 NFPA 1006 Trench

  • Rescue


Certification level training1

Certification Level Training

CERTIFIED

Pro-Board

H-505 NFPA 472 HazMat Product Control

H-506 NFPA 472 HazMat Rail Specialist

H-507 NFPA 472 HazMat Highway Specialist

H-508 NFPA 472 HazMat Intermodal Specialist

H-509 NFPA 472 HazMat Transportation Specialist

H-510 Air Monitoring for Hazardous Material

H-511 HazMat Awareness Level

H-512 HazMat First Responder Operations

H-513 NFPA Response to Illicit Laboratory Incidents


Scheduling courses

Scheduling Courses

  • Determine training needs and when you

    want training

  • Coordinate with local Fire, Police, EMS, Public Works, Emergency Management Coordinators/Trainers

  • Complete HazMat Host Training & Planning Sheet atwww.preparingtexas.org


Scheduling courses1

Scheduling Courses

  • May request a course if you are: Elected Official, Fire/Police Chief, Emergency Management Coordinator, Public Works Director, Training Officer.

  • Recruit 25+ students per class(Absolute minimum is 15)

  • Provide a ADA approved classroom

  • Approved fire training facility

    (when required)


We provide

We Provide

  • Qualified Training Instructors

  • Course materials (manuals, handouts, testing material, etc.)

  • Props (if needed)

  • Audio-visual equipment

  • Certificates for

    successful completion


Contact us

Contact Us

Donald A. Loucks

HMEP Program Officer

(512) 424-5985 voice

Sharrel Banks

Registrar

(512) 424-2844 voice

(512) 424-7363 FAX

[email protected]

www.preparingtexas.org

www.txdps.state.tx.us/dem


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