• Elected state and local officials

  • Police, fire, civil defense, and public health professionals

  • Environment, transportation, and hospital officials

  • Facility representatives

  • Representatives from community groups and the media

What are the required elements of a community emergency response plan?

  • Identification of facilities and transportation routes of extremely hazardous substances

  • Description of emergency response procedures, on and off site

  • Designation of a community coordinator and facility emergency coordinator(s) to implement the plan

  • Outline of emergency notification procedures

  • Description of how to determine the probable affected area and population by releases

  • Description of local emergency equipment and facilities and the persons responsible for them

  • Outline of evacuation plans

  • A training program for emergency responders (including schedules)

  • Methods and schedules for exercising emergency response plans

LEPC


Local Emergency Planning Committee

Under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) must develop an emergency response plan, review the plan at least annually, and provide information about chemicals in the community to citizens. Plans are developed by LEPCs with stakeholder participation. There is one LEPC for each of the more than 3,000 designated local emergency planning districts. The LEPC membership must include (at a minimum):

Marion County
Department of Homeland Security & Emergency Management 

Current LEPC Members


  1. DHSEM
  2. Fairmont Police
  3. Fairmont Fire
  4. Health Department
  5. Transit Authority
  6. Fairmont General Hospital
  7. Marion County Board of Education
  8. Public

Send Tier II information to the

email address.


tieriisubmit@marioncounty911.org