Rail Car Response Training:
The Rail Car Response Training For Crude Oil And Flammable Liquids Incidents is being offered in Campbell County on September 7th, 2017.
Topics discussed during training include:
- Rail car design features and aspects of construction that would impact response strategies
- Characteristics of chemicals and toxicology focusing on crude oil, ethanol and other flammable liquids
- Hazardous materials recognition and identification strategies
- Offensive, defensive, and non-intervention response strategies for fire and spill incidents
There will be hands-on scenarios using a mock rail car to emphasize the objectives of the training.
Register online at: https://goo.gl/N7i6E5
Additional registration details here.
Welcome to LEPC
The primary mission of the Fayette Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is to develop and implement a community emergency response plan for releases of Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHS); provide an interface between facilities handling EHS and the public; and provide education for appropriate protective actions to the community.
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA or SARA Title III) was passed by Congress in 1986. The state counterpart law for Kentucky is found in KRS Chapter 39. SARA Title III has two main purposes: it establishes authorities for emergency planning and preparedness at the community and state level; and provides local governments and the public with information about hazardous chemicals in their community through reporting measures. Most importantly, SARA Title III has established new relationships among levels of government, industry, institutions, environmental groups, the press and citizens.
2017 LEPC Schedule and Training
2017 LEPC Meeting Schedule
Click here for a copy of this year’s meeting schedule. Calendar invitations have been sent to committee members. All meetings have been entered on the LEPC website calendar.
Upcoming Training Opportunities
- Rail Car Response Training For Crude Oil And Flammable Liquids Incidents - September 7th, 2017 - Campbell County (.pdf)
- Intermediate ICS 300 for Expanding Incidents (MGT-904) with Incident Command Systems Forms Review (MGT-347) - September 19-21, 2017 - Campbell County (.pdf)
LEPC Information Booth:
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