Services - Emergency Management

This program has been developed to provide a comprehensive emergency management process for Duncan and Stephens County. It seeks to mitigate the effects of hazards, prepare for measures to be taken which will preserve life and minimize damage, enhance response during emergencies and provide necessary assistance, and establish a recovery system in order to return the county to it's normal state of affairs.

CERT - Stephens County Emergency Management.

C.E.R.T.(Community Emergency Response Team)

The CERT Program was created to spearhead the effort to harness the power of every individual through training, education, and volunteer service to make a community safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to disasters.

 

LEPC - Stephens County Emergency Management

LEPC(Local Emergency Planning Committee)

Friday, November 3, 2017 10:00 A.M. 

Materials Response Plan, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), and/or any chemical inventory lists, and follow-up emergency planning notices are available for public review at Stephens County Courthouse in room 107, consistent with Section 322 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act of 1986. The public may view these documents at the LEPC office during normal office hours from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. If unavailable or if it's after office hours contact 911. 

Public Request for Information. Any person or institution may submit a written request for inormation under Section 311, 312, and 324 of the Emergency Planing and Community Right-To-Know Act of 1986 and the LEPC Manual. The LEPC Chairman shall serve as Coordinator of Information. Written request for Tier II inventory information may also be submitted to the LEPC. The LEPC shall provide the information from its files or when necesary, obtain the information from the company concerned. 

The location of specific chemicals identified on the Tier II reports may be withheld upon request of the facility owner or operator. All requests for and release of infromation will be reviewed by the Coordinator of Information, should such information be limited because of Homeland Security. 

Public Comment. Public comment concerning Hazardous Materials Response Plan or LEPC activities in general are welcomed. The hazardous Materials Response Plan will be open to discussion at every LEPC meeting. Comments or question directed to the LEPC will be answered as soon as possible, but not later than 45 working days, by the coordinator of Information. 

Distribution of the Hazardous Materials Response Plan. Routine distribution of the Plan will be available for public review in the LEPC office during normal office hours, or at the office of the Stephens County Information Coordinator and found within the Stephens County Emergency Operations Plan. 

 

 

 

Director

gary ballGary Ball
Emergency Management Director.
+1 580 255 3411
 
 

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