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IRC Hazardous Materials Emergency Plan
Local Emergency Planning Committees
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RESOLUTION NO. 2003- 035 <br /> Resolution of <br /> the Board of County Commissioners <br /> of Indian River County, Florida, <br /> approving the Indian River County <br /> Hazardous Materials Emergency Plan <br /> WHEREAS, Chapter 252, Florida Statutes, assigns to the Board of County <br /> Commissioners responsibility for disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and <br /> recovery; and <br /> WHEREAS, with the enactment of the Emergency Planning and Community <br /> Right-To-Know Act of 1986, Congress imposed upon Local Emergency Planning <br /> Committees and local governments additional planning and preparedness <br /> requirements for response to emergencies involving the release of hazardous <br /> materials; and <br /> WHEREAS, each county within a Local Emergency Planning District is required to <br /> develop an Emergency Response Plan for Hazardous Materials to become a <br /> component part of the local Emergency Planning District Plan; and <br /> WHEREAS, Indian River County's Hazardous Materials Emergency Plan has been <br /> reviewed and approved by the Florida State Emergency Response Commission for <br /> Hazardous Materials as meeting the criteria for such plans established by the <br /> Administrator, United States Environmental Protection Agency and the National <br /> Response Team; and <br /> WHEREAS, this plan is intended to provide the framework for the development of <br /> detailed operating procedures by first response public safety agencies charged with <br /> the responsibility of protecting the public's health and safety from the discharge or <br /> release of extremely toxic chemicals. <br /> iv <br />
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