Who is…? What is…? How do I…?
These are the types of questions we usually get asked.
Here we have provided a list of the most commonly-asked questions
and provide a quick, reliable answer.
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How do I find out who is on my
Local Emergency Planning Committee consists of volunteers from the
local area. To view a list of the current members, click
Where and When is the next
Local Emergency Planning Committee meets bi-monthly at the 911 Center
on Core Road in Parkersburg, WV. Meetings are held on the third
Wednesday of the month. To view a list future meeting dates, click
How do I know if my company needs
to file a report with the Committee?
rules and procedures contained in Sara Title II are complex. If you
have not been contacted by either the state or the LEPC, and would
like more information on reporting requirements, click
What is a MSDS?
is a Materiel Safety Data Sheet. All manufacturers are required to
produce one for every product that they make. Information contained in
the MSDS includes health hazards associated with the product, clean-up
(decontamination) instructions, volatility, and many other aspects of
My company uses a lot of
different chemicals. How do I get a MSDS for a particular substance?
Employers are required to have MSDS's for all potentially hazardous
materials used in production or stored on premises, and to have them
readily available. If you would like more information on MSDS's, click
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