Emergency Response Operations
Emergency Response Operations (1991)-To respond to emergencies involving chemical spills or releases requires that employees responding have adequate personal protective equipment and training prior to responding. This is not only the law, it is also the responsibility of the employer as well. The equipment must be selected based on the hazard. This training should include a basic grounding in the understanding of hazardous chemicals found in the workplace. The "specialist" employees must also have a working knowledge, not only of their own emergency action plans, but of the plans of the local community as well as state and federal requirements. This will insure that all efforts are coordinated to insure favorable results. A great deal of thought must go into the training program to guarantee that all the objectives of the OSHA requirements are met.
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