Training is a necessary and important part of any facility’s ability to response to an event involving extremely hazardous substances. The Fayette LEPC emphasizes the need for facility emergency response planning. The LEPC’s Response Exercise Training subcommittee is made up of facility professionals and local first reponders who will work with facilities to review response plans at no cost to the facility.  More information about the Response Exercise Subcommittee is available by emailing Fred Rial, subcommittee chair.

The Fayette LEPC works closely with Kentucky Emergency Management to coordinate and promote training classes for facility managers, first responders and other members of the community.  Here’s the list of classes currently available.