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Emergency Response: Assessing Your Facility's Need for HAZWOPER, OSHA, and Other Emergency Action Plans - On-Demand

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Emergency Response: Assessing Your Facility's Need for HAZWOPER, OSHA, and Other Emergency Action Plans - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to determine if your facility needs a HAZWOPER emergency response plan, an OSHA emergency action plan, or something else.

There’s confusion over whether an emergency response plan is needed by a facility, especially in connection with the HAZWOPER Emergency Response Plan, and it’s no wonder why as there are numerous plans that might apply to a facility.

There are exemptions for employers that evacuate their employees from the worksite location when an emergency occurs and do not permit any of their employees to assist in handling the emergency. These excluded employers may include hazardous waste generators who must have an Emergency Action Plan instead of a HAZWOPER plan.

Some small facilities may need no emergency response or action plan at all. And, for facilities that require several plans (e.g., SPCC plans, risk-management plans, RCRA contingency plans, etc.) which can overlap, there is also an Integrated Contingency Plan (ICP) sometimes known as a “One-Plan.”

Use this on-demand webinar led by risk management and emergency preparedness expert Matthew Miraglia who will explain how to evaluate whether your facility needs a HAZWOPER Emergency Response Plan, an OSHA Emergency Action Plan, or something else.

When you attend this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Determine whether your facility needs a written plan to respond to an emergency
  • Establish the type of emergency response plan that’s required
  • Create a comprehensive plan for your facility
  • Facilitate implementation of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) at your facility
  • Identify opportunities to collaborate with emergency responders and other key stakeholders


About Your Presenter

Matthew Miraglia, Ed.D., MBAMatthew Miraglia, Ed.D., MBA
CLPS Consultancy Group

Dr. Matthew Miraglia is President of CLPS Consultancy Group, a risk management, emergency preparedness, and security firm. Prior to starting CLPS, he served in the United States Marine Corps, and was a police detective in charge of emergency management and disaster preparedness in Scarsdale, New York. He also served as an intelligence officer on the New York State Counter Terrorism Task Force, before retiring from active police service in 2011. He is nationally recognized scholar of homeland security and has numerous publications in that concentration. Mr. Miraglia holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice, M.S. in Organizational Leadership, M.B.A. in Management, Post-Master’s Certificate in National Security, and Doctor of Education in Executive Leadership.

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