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EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING. 2005 ARIPPA Technical Symposium David B. Binder Tanner Industries, Inc. Dbinder@tannerind.com 215-322-1238. PSYCH TEST. Z. Required By. Federal OSHA – 1910.120(q) ; PSM EPA – RMPs Oil Pollution Prevention Other State County

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    1. EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING 2005 ARIPPA Technical Symposium David B. Binder Tanner Industries, Inc. Dbinder@tannerind.com 215-322-1238

    2. PSYCH TEST Z

    3. Required By • Federal • OSHA – 1910.120(q) ; PSM • EPA – RMPs • Oil Pollution Prevention • Other • State • County • Potential – Over 17 Agency Plan Requirements

    4. Selected References • OSHA • 29 CFR 1910.120 (q) • National Response Team’s “One-Plan” • Integrated Contingency Plan (ICP) • Federal Emergency Management Agency • Red Cross • National Safety Council • Industry Associations

    5. EMERGENCY RESPONSE29 CFR 1910.120(q) • Planning EAP/ERP • Rules Of Response • TRAINING Levels • Time and/or Content • Refreshers • Medical/PFT • RESPONSE Levels PPE

    6. 29 CFR 1910.120 (q) EMERGENCY PLANNING • Emergency Action Plan - • 29 CFR 1910.38 • Emergency Response Plan - • 29 CFR 1910.120 (q)

    7. ACTION Plan ELEMENTS- 29 CFR 1910.38 • Escape Procedures / Routes • Shut Down SOPs • Head Count • Employee Rescue / Medical Duties • Reporting Emergencies (fire, release, etc.) • Employee Contacts for plan

    8. RESPONSE Plan ELEMENTS - 29 CFR 1910.120 (q) • Pre-Planning / Coordinate - outside parties • Personnel roles, lines of authority, training & communication • Emergency recognition & prevention • Safe distances / places of refuge • Site security & control

    9. RESPONSE Plan (continued) • Evacuation routes & procedures • Decon • Medical Tx / First Aid • Alerting & Response procedures • Response Critique / Follow-Up • PPE / Emergency Equipment • LEPC / SERC Plans

    10. OSHA Compliance Directive CPL 02-02-059 – ER Enforcement(former CPL 2-2.59A) • POTENTIAL RELEASES • Incidental • Incidental MAYBE ER • Clearly ER

    11. ER-outside release area Evacuation required IDLH threat Fire or Explosion Act now - danger High toxicity level Uncertain - PPE and Equipment adequate Situation Unclear - Lack of Data OSHA’s ER BENCHMARKCPL 02-02-059

    12. 29 CFR 1910.120 (q) – EMERGENCY RESPONSE • GROUND RULES • ICS - IC & SAFETY OFFICER • Buddy System - Entry/Back Up • Establish Zones • Medical – Life Support & Transport • Decon

    13. RESPONSE TRAINING LEVELS • AWARENESS • OPERATIONS • Defensive Actions • TECHNICIAN • Offensive Actions • SPECIALIST • INCIDENT COMMAND

    14. Awareness Level • Notification and Evacuation

    15. Operations Level • 8 Hours • Defensive Actions

    16. Technician/Specialist Level • 24 Hours Initial • Offensive Actions

    17. Incident Command Level • Full Responsibility

    18. RESPONSE LEVELS • LEVEL A • Greatest Level - Skin, Respiratory, Eye • LEVEL B • Highest Resp. Protect - Lesser Skin Protect. • LEVEL C • Known Conc. - Air Purifying Respirator • LEVEL D • Minimal Protection

    19. ERP COMPLIANCE QUESTIONS • Does Employer Intend To Have Employees Respond To Emergencies ? • Adequately Trained For Intended Duties ? • Properly Equipped For Intended Tasks ? • Capable Of Responding Safely ? • Managed By Competent Leaders ?

    20. FACILITY SIZE PERSONNEL EQUIPMENT ASSIGN ROLES TRAINING LEVELS FIRE DEPARTMENT Paid/Volunteer RESPONSE CAPABILITIES - Training Levels RESPONSE TIME KNOWLEDGE of your FACILITY Considerations

    21. Other Planning Considerations • Overall Site Security • Terrorism • Sabotage • Business Recovery • Natural Disasters • Management Information Systems

    22. Questions?