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GOVT. OF MAHARASHTRA OFF SITE DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR JALNA DISTRICT Office of Joint Director,
Industrial Safety & Health, Aurangabad.
In the recent past, we have experienced Industrial Disasters of serious nature. One of which is Bopal tragedy, one cannot forget. The outcome of such disasters resulted in tremendous increase in awareness of people all over the world. Governments of various countries world-wide have taken prompt action in preventing such Disasters & formalising mitigation activities in case of eventualities. Various groups, institutions, authorities are constantly working / updating such action plans. Under the leadership of District Collector Mr. Shyam Deshpnade & Technical guidance of Mr. B.N.Kalaskar Jt. Director DISH, this Disaster Control plan is prepared. The objective of this plan is to increase awareness of Industry Management in view of mitigating the eventualities & to provide them necessary information with regard to resources available in the District. This plan deals with Industrial Disasters only. One MAH unit is identified by DISH office & list of other chemical handling factories has been given herewith. In the year 1989, Central Govt. enforced the rules "Environment Protection Act" known as Manufacture, Storage & Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules 1989. Under the said rules statutory provisions were laid down for preparation of On-site Emergency Management Plan by the occupiers of the Major Accident Hazard factories & Off-site Disaster Control Plan by the District Collector / District Emergency Authority designated by State Govt. The Central Govt. subsequently Gazzeted additional rules in August 1996 making additional provisions with regard to Emergency Planning Preparedness & Response for chemical accidents. These rules are known as "Chemical Accidents" (Emergency Planning, Preparedness & Response) Rules 1996. Under these rules Central / State / District / Local crises groups are required to be constituted. The District crises group has to assist in the preparation of the District Off- Site Disaster Control Plan. This off-site Disaster Control Plan is prepared taking into consideration aforesaid legal requirement. Deputy Director, District Collector Industrial Safety & Health, Member Secretary, District Crisis Group, Jalna. District Crisis Group, Jalna. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Composition of District Crisis Group Plan Distribution Types of Emergencies List of MAH Units / Chemical Units Legal Authorities & Responsibility of Responding 15 Planning factors Concept Of Operation of Off site control plan Command Structure Of DCG Co-ordination of Plan Instruction on plan use Response Function Direction & Control Combating Disaster Emergency Preparedness Level of Response based on Incidence Severity Public Information & Community Relation 42 Resource Management Containment And Cleanup Documentation and Investigation Follow up Procedure For Testing & Updating The Plan Incident Information Summary Fire Brigade Office contact Details Hazmat Response Van & Kit List of Hospitals (Public & Private) List of Experts for Jalna District Antidotes commonly used against specific Agents Format for comment General Guidelines in Disaster Safety Precaution (Response personal Safety) Water Reactive Chemicals Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) 1. ABBREVIATIONS
Assistant Commissioner of Police Deputy Superintendent of Police Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapour Explosion Central Pollution Control Board Chief Controller of Explosive Central Crisis Group Common Effluent Treatment Plan City & Industrial Development Corporation Chief Fire Officer Crisis Management Group Chief Medical Officer District Crisis Group Deputy Commissioner Of Police District Information Officer Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health Director General of Factory Advice Service & Labour Institute Director General of Police Deputy Inspector General of Police Environment Protection Act Emergency Response Emergency Preparedness & Planning Rules Emergency Control Centre Emergency Operating Centre Fire & Emergency Response Station Food & Drug Administration High Speed Diesel Hazardous Material Immediate Danger Life & Health Incident Commander IC is responsible for Incident Activities including development and implementation of strategic decisions and for approving ordering and releasing of resources Incident Commander System Liquefied Petroleum Gas Local Crisis Group Level of Concern 50 Major Accident Hazard Mutual Aid & Response Group Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation Maharashtra Pollution Control Board Maharashtra State Electricity Board Material Safety Data Sheet Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited Motor Vehicle Act Maximum Credible Loss Scenario Marathwada Industries Association Non Governmental Organisation National Crisis Management Plan Operation Response Group Public Works Department Public Relation Officer Personal Protective Equipments Primary Health Centre Regional Transport Authority Small Scale Industries State Crisis Management Plan Static & Mobile Pressure Vessels Rules State Crisis Group Transport Emergency Management Card Vapour Cloud Explosion 2 MOEF GUIDELINES
Incident Information Summary Promulgation Document Legal Authority & Responsibility For Table of Contents Abbreviations & Definitions Planning Factors, Methodology of Identifying the Hazards Concept Of Operation Co-ordination Of Plan Integration of Plan 7.6-7.7,7.9-7.12 Purpose of the Plan Distribution List Amendments Record Emergency Notification Procedures Notification to Response Directions & Control to Response Classification Of Incident Severity Communication among Responders Responsibilities in Public Notification Public Information & Community Resource Management Co-ordinations Of Resources Available Health & Medical Safety Of Response Persons Personal Protections Of Citizens Evacuation Procedures On-going Incident Assessment Spill Containment & Clean-up Documentation & Investigation Follow Procedures For Testing and Updating the 28.0 Plan 3. COMPOSITION OF DISTRICT CRISIS GROUP
District Collector (o)02482- 224700 (R) 02482-225701 Inspector of Factories, (Deputy Director, Industrial Safety & Member Secretary (o)0240- 2331326 Health, Aurangabad) District Energy Officer Mah State Electricity (o) 02482-225854 Distribution Company Chief Fire Officer 101/02482-230101 District Information Officer (o)02482- 225104 (R) 02482-224741 Controller of Explosive Being followed up Chief Civil Defence( Commandant, Home Guards) One representative of Trade union to be nominated by District Collector Superintendent of Police Jalna. Mr. Sanjay Mohite Deputy Superintendent of District Health Officer/Chief Dr. Pratap Jadhav 02482 (o) 224381 Medical Officer (Civil Civil Hospital Jalna) Commissioner Municipal Muncipal Council) Representative of the Department of Public Health Engineering (Executive engineer PWD Jalna) 4 Experts (Industrial Safety & Health) to be nominated by the District Collector Mr. Ashish Mantri Solvent Extraction Safety Professional Mr. Sunil Raithatha Commissioner Transport (Deputy Regional Transport One representative of industry to be nominated by the District Chair Person/Member (o) 0240- 2331326 Secretary Local Crises Group 4. INTRODUCTION
Hazardous Materials - The Need for Emergency Planning
Major disasters like that in Bhopal, India, in December 1984, which resulted in 2,000 deaths
and over 200,000 injuries are rare. Reports of hazardous materials spills and releases,
however, are increasing in common place. Thousands of new chemicals are developed each
year. Citizens and Officials are concerned about accidents. (e.g. highway incidents,
warehouse fires, train derailments, industrial incidents) happening in their communities.
Recent evidence shows that Hazardous materials incidents are considered by many to be the
most significant threat facing local jurisdictions. Communities need to prepare themselves to
prevent such incidents and to respond to the accidents that occur.
Purpose of This Plan
The purpose of this plan is to assist public in planning for hazardous materials incidents.
The Objectives of this plan are to:
Focus public activity on emergency preparedness and response; Provide public with information useful in organising the planning task; Furnish criteria to determine risk and to help public decide whether they need to plan for hazardous materials incidents. Help public conduct planning that is consistent with their needs and capabilities; and Provide a method for continually updating a public's emergency plan. This plan will not : Give a simple " fill-in-the-blanks" model plan (because each public needs an emergency plan suited to its own unique circumstances); Provide details on response techniques; or Train personnel to respond to incidents. Public planners will need to consult other resources in addition to this plan. PLAN DISTRIBUTIBUTION
1. Chairman - District Collector
2. Chairman LCG - Sub-Divisional Magistrate
3. Member Secretary DCG / Joint Director DISH, Aurangabad
4. Member Secretary LCG / Deputy Director DISH, Aurangabad
5. Chief Medical Officer/Civil Surgeon, Jalna
6. Police Commissioner, Jalna
7. Superintendent of Police, Jalna
8. Chief Fire officer, Jalna
9. Dy. RTO, Jalna
10. Joint Chief Control of Explosive, CGO Complex, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai.
11. District Information Officer, Jalna
12. District Agricultural Officer, Jalna
13. RDC/ Tahsildar, Jalna
14. District Supply Officer, Jalna
15. Civil Surgeon, Jalna
16. Regional Officer MPCB, Aurangabad
17. Certifying Surgeon, Jalna
18. Executive Engineer MIDC, Jalna
19. Executive Engineer PWD, Jalna
i) Mr. Nitin Kabra ii) Mr. Ashish Mantri iii) Mr. Sunil Raithatha iv) Mr. Amit Dagade 21. All MAH Factories in Jalna District 6. TYPES OF EMERGENCIES
The Off - Site Disaster Control Plan envisages the following types of emergencies • TOXIC RELEASE OF CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES / GASES • FIRE / EXPLOSION / BLEVE / VCE • TRANSPORATION EMERGENCIES. • SPILLAGE ( CORROSIVE CHEMICAL ) ON SITE EMERGENCIES ONLY 7. LIST OF MAH UNITS/ CHEMICAL UNITS
The following is the list of factory identified as MAH factory in Jalna District.
Name and Address of MAH unit Samarth Sah. Sakahar Karkhana Ltd. Ambad, Dist. Jalna
The following is the list of other chemical factories in Jalna District.
Other Chemical Factories :-
Name of Factories
AJAY ICE FACTORES BHAKTI EXTRACTION PVT. LTD. CHAMPION JOINTING PVT LTD JALNA C-11, EAST MECHANICAL PACKING INDUSTGRY PVT. LTD JALNA C-6, Addl. NRB BEARINGS LTD S.S.D. AGRO IND.PVT.LTD. (SOL. EXTR. PLANT) TQ. JALNA G.N. 206 SANJAY INSECTICIDES PVT.LTD. TQ. JALNA D-52/3, Addl. SAPANA POLY-PLAST GOVT. MILK CHILLING CENTRE JALNA GUT NO. 77 SHRI. BALAJI UDYOG (SOLVENT TQ. JALNA RAILWAY NILAM ICE FACTORY ROAD, JALNA GUT NO. 76, KHADGAON, EXTRACTION PVT. LTD. BADNAPUR, DIST. JALNA GUTNO. 71- GAURI AGROTECH PRODUCTS GUNDEWADI, DIST. JALNA GUT NO. 84 GUNDEWADI, ABHAY COTEX PVT. LTD BHOKARDAN ROAD JALNA GUT NO. 9 BHUMI COTEX INDUSTRY PVT. BHOKARDAN ROAD JALNA 8. LEGAL AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY OF
As per Chemical Accidents Emergency Planning Preparedness & Response Rules 1996 prescribed under Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, the 4 crisis groups are formed.
Authorised legislation and regulations are as follows :
Central Crisis Group
1. Secretary Govt. of India, Ministry of Environment 2. Joint Secretary/ Adviser (MOEF) -do- 3. Joint Secretary Labour Factories Act, 1948. 3. Joint secretary /Adviser (Chemical & Petrochemicals) Petroleum Act 4. Director – General, Civil Defence 5. Fire Adviser, Directorate General Civil Defence 6. Chief Controller Of Explosives Indian Explosives Act 7. Joint Secretary (Health) Health & Medical 8. Director – General ICMR Health & Medical 9. Chairman CPCB 10. Director – General ICAR Insecticides Act 11. Director – General CSIR Technical Advise 12. Joint Secretary (Fertilisers) Insecticides Act 13. Director – General (Telecom.) 14. Joint Secretary (Surface Transport) MV Act & Merchant Shipping Act 15. General Manager (Rail Safety) 16. Adviser, Centre For Environment and Explosive Safety EP Act & Indian Explosives Act 17. Controller of Mines 18. Chief Inspector Dock Safety Dock Workers (Safety, Health & Welfare) Act 19. Chairman AERB Atomic Energy Act 1972
State Crisis Group
1. Chief Secretary
Overall In charge Of the State 2. Secretary (Labour) Factories Act 1948 3. Secretary, Environment 4. Secretary, Health Health & Medical 5. Secretary, Industries Containment & Clean up 6. Secretary, Public Health Engg Containment & Clean up 7. Chairman, MPCB 8. Commissioner Transport 9. Director, Industrial Safety & Health Factories Act 1948 10. Chief Fire Officer AMC 11. Director General Of Police
District Crisis Group
1. District Collector Jalna Overall In charge 2. Joint Director DISH Aurangabad Factories Act 1948 3. District Emergency Officer Same as Chairman LCG 4. Chief Fire Officer Jalna 5. District Information Officer Public Information 6. Joint Chief Controller Of Explosives Indian Explosives Act 7. Chief, Civil Defence 8. One representative of trade Unions Information & help 9. Commissioner Of Police 10. District Health Officer/Chief Medical Officer Health & Medical 11. Chief Officer, Municipal corporation, Jalna Health & Medical 12. Dept of Public Health Engineering 14. District Agriculture Officer Insecticides Act 15. 4 persons nominated by District Collector (DC) Public Communication 17. One representative of industry nominated by DC 18. Chairman LCG & District Collector Prepare & Implement Offsite Plan
Local Crisis Group
1. Sub Divisional Magistrate / District Energy Authority Overall In charge
2. Deputy Director DISH Aurangabad
Factories Act 1948 3. Industries in the area 4. Transporters of Hazardous Chemicals Resource & Information 5. Chief Fire Officer, Law & Order, Rescue & Relief 7. Block Development officer 8. Primary Health Officer Health & Medical 9. Editor of Local News Paper 10. Community Leader nominated by Chair person Public Awareness 11. Representative of non Govt. Organisation nominated by Chair person 12. Doctors nominated by Chair person Medical assistance 13. Social workers nominated by Chair person 9. PLANNING FACTORS
The following parameters have kept in view in the formulation of this plan
A) Control & direction over all the nine zones to rest with corporation crisis management of
Jalna District headed by District Collector. B) Decentralisation of operational control to each zone to be exercise by the respective operational response group. C) Each to be self sufficient in first response capability within a specified time in emergency D) All the zones should have very close linkage to ensure integrated approach to emergency. E) All MAH industries in a zones to have a formalised mutual aid agreement covering fire fighting & Medical service. F) Instant alarm system to alert the people in danger zone. G) Quick response by radio communication network & Mobiles Phones bases on data processing Computer output. H) Identification of routes for transport of Hazardous Chemicals should be excluded, as there are no dedicated routes for this purpose. So only existing routes to be included. It is learnt that total resident population of Jalna District is over 16 Lakhs. In the event of disaster depending upon area, various population could be at risk. In case of chlorine leakage during day everyone within 0.35 km to 4.3 km. Downwind of the release would be affected. And due to this people living nearby industrial area could be at risk. Similarly if a flammable chemical like LPG were to catch fire or explode this will be affect the near by population. The flora and fauna in & nearby industrial area are vulnerable to chemical release. 10 CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS OF OFF - SITE CONTROL
PLAN / CRISIS
It is generally accepted that the "WORST CASE" scenario has the remotest of occurrence. Therefore, we need to direct resource towards the control of incidents, which could realistically occur. According, MCL scenarios have been worked out indicating magnitude of probable effect of hazards. An action plan capable MCL (Maximum Credible Loss) scenarios can effectively manage lesser hazardous incidents. As soon as there is fire, explosion of toxic gas, the incident will be handled by the industrial unit concerned in accordance with the "On – Site" Plan. In the escalation into a major incident extending beyond the unit premises, the corporation crisis management group would step in and for the corporation would be implemented. PHASES OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
Before the emergency : Preparatory actions which include identification of specific
hazards and area of vulnerability, adoption of mitigatory steps, setting up of response facilities education of communities, conducting of simulated training exercise etc. During the emergency : It is the implementation of the operational plan corporation as a "reflex response" to reduce casualties and damage to property. After emergency : It is phase that involve restoring normalcy and assessing the damage. It is also necessary to carry out a critique of the causes of the accident to avoid repetition of similar occurrences. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Computerised ECC of Fire & Emergency Response Station of District & Police
Control Room should have MSDS of all the Hazardous Chemicals in the District. Also All
Emergency Response team leaders should have access to MSDS.
11 . COMMAND STRUCTURE OF LCG
INDUSTRY Emergency LOCAL CONTROL ROOM (Police Station)/(F&ERS) Declare Alert /Emergency Coordination & Control Assessment of situation Request for Support Coordination with Police Headquarters Community Coord- Decide On Evaluation Traffic Control DISTRICT / STATE Off-Site Emergency Response Structure (Local Level)
12. COORDINATION OF PLAN
RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER PLANS. CCG Control Room S C M P Control Room D C G Control Room L C G Control Room Aurangabad DCG Plan INTEGRATION OF PLANS
13 INSTRUCTION ON PLAN USE:
Who should read this plan.?. This plan is developed basically for the agencies under the State Govt. in understanding their roles in case of on emergency. Also the LCG and the Industries are expected to be clear in their roles and relationship concerning Disaster. When this plan be used ? This plan should be used for pre-incident planning and disaster. It should be used for guidance and clarification, where particular agency has a responsibility. For the catastrophic emergency this plan shall be used in conjuction with Jalna City & Jalna District Area Plan. 14. RESPONSE FUNCTIONS
INITIAL NOTIFICATION OF RESPONSE AGENCIES.
Name of Agencies
CCG Control Room SCG control Room DCG Control Room Any industry, personnel Contractors and visitors shall follow the procedures as below after discovering or witnessing an accident that involves: Fire and / or explosion Personal injury Release of hazardous material and / or waste Any emergency situation that could impact human and safety and / or the environment. Substantial property loss. Incident Discovery i. In case of emergency : ii. Dial 100/ 02482- 223132, immediately
iii Give your name, location, and a concise description of the emergency (e.g. fire,
Personal injury, toxic gas release etc.) iv. Notify / alert the personnel in the immediate area of danger. v. It personal Safety and health is not assured, do not attempt to enter the site vi. By this time the emergency response team will reach the site. Notification : During an emergency, the command post or the first responder at site shall notify the emergency control centre about severity of incident. Accordingly the ECC shall deploy resource to manage the incident. After that ECC shall issue all the internal and external notification to various agencies and shall send the call out that are contingent on the nature of the incident. 15 DIRECTION AND CONTROL
ORGANISATION ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
(CRISIS MANAGEMENT GROUP - CMG )
This is the apex body for crisis management and is headed by the District Collector. The District Collector is assisted by member as under. Commissioner of Police, Superintendent of Police Chief Officer, Municipal Council, Jalna Dean Govt. Medical College / Civil Surgeon at Civil Hospital. Joint Director, Industrial Safety & Health, Aurangabad. Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Controller, Civil Defence. Commandant Home Guards District Information Officer Regional Officer, Pollution Control Board. Representative of the Industries District Health Officer Dy. RTO Jalna Experts in Industrial Safety & Health Chair Person, LCG The chairman may co-opt any other officer depending upon the situation, For each member of the CMG there is an alternate member. The telephone number and address and of each member are given in list. The tasks of the CMG are as under:
1. To exercise board control over emergency operations. 2. To give guidance on matter of basic policy. 3. To provide official information and instruction to the public. 4. During normal times review the operational preparedness and take appropriate measures to rectify the defects. 5. To co-ordinate inter zone emergency response.
The duties of the CMG members are given as below :
1. District Collector
i. As Chairman of CMG implement plan ii. Exercise board control on emergency operations. iii. Give guidance / decision on matters of basic policy iv. Review operational preparedness of Corporation emergency machinery. v. Hold periodic mock drills / training exercise to ensure optimum operational preparedness. If necessary, invoke help from the Army, the Air Force, the Government and any private industries in the area of District. vi. Develop Off-Site scenarios based on On-Site Plans of the industries. vii. Relief Operation
2. Commissioner of Police / Superintendent of Police
1. Maintain law and order 2. Regulate traffic 3. Control entry to the emergency area 4. Security arrangements at each industrial unit. 5. Protect vital installations. 6. Assist in warning public about the emergency 7. Assist in evacuating and sheltering. 8. Protect evacuated area. 9. Assist emergency services in the performance of their duties.
3. Dean Govt. Medical College / Civil Surgeon / District Health Officer
1. First aid arrangement and availability of On-Site requirements of industries. 2. set up mobile First Aid Posts at Assembly Points 3. Mobilisation of emergency medical and health service at Causality Clearance Centres and Base Hospitals. 4. Public Health Service at Reception Centres 5. Medical supply of antidotes, special medicines and life saving drugs. 6. Corpse disposal service. 7. Co-opt voluntary organisation like Rotary Clubs & Lions Clubs. 8. Prepare Plan for Health & Medical 9. Training to Medical team & Hospital staff for emergency response.
4. Joint Director Industrial Safety & Health, Aurangabad
1. Ensure On-Site Plans of Industries are vetted and approved as per Act. 2. Visit industries to see that safety norms are being followed. 3. Ensure development of On-Site Plans, Examination of risk evaluation study and Safety Audit 4. Ensure frequency of Safety Audit and Fire Drills & Mock Drills. 5. Assist the Municipal Commissioner in developing off- Sites Scenarios 6. Ensure Safety Education, Safety awareness, Discussion along with MARG 7. Pre-emergency & Post emergency Task. 8. Member Secretary of the DCG Aurangabad. Chief Fire Officer
1. Mobilisation of all fire fighting units from various source. 2. Training of fire service personnel in chemical disaster operations 3. Stocking of special fire fighting agents and equipment for chemical emergencies 4. Adequacy of fire fighting / control measure at each industrial location. 5. Work out Mutual Aid Arrangement in the cluster. 6. Prepare Plan for Human Service required for the emergency response 7. Formulate Chain of Command among the Fire Fighters. 8. Prepare Plan for Response Personal safety. 9. Prepare Plan for Fire & Rescue. 10. List out Tasks of the Fire Fighters. District Information Officer :
The information officer, a member of the command staff is responsible for the formulation and release of information about the incident to the news media and other appropriate agencies and organisations. • Obtain briefing from incident commander. • Contact the jurisdiction agency to co-ordinate pubic information activities. • Establish single incident information centre whenever possible. • Arrange for necessary work space, materials, telephones, and staffing. • Prepare initial information summary as soon as possible after arrival. • Observe constrains on the release of information imposed by incident commander. • Obtain approval for release from incident commander. • Release news to news media and post information in command post and other appropriate • Attend meetings to update information releases. • Arrange for meetings between media and incident personnel. • Provide escort service to the media and VIP's. • Provide fire retardant clothing for media and VIP's
• Respond to special requests for information.
• Maintain and Submit all records and logs.
7. Regional Officer, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board.
1. Monitor extent and quantum of pollution during the crisis 2. Declare hazardous area safe for re-occupation by population. 3. Prepare Plan for the Containment & Clean-up 4. Prepare Plan for On-going incident assessment. 8. Regional Transport Officer
1. Ensure strict enforcement of regulations laid down improve safety in transportation of hazardous substances. 2. Organise transportation arrangement for evacuation. 3. Ensure TREMCARD is available in the Tankers transporting Hazardous 4. Divert Tankers transporting Hazardous Chemicals in association with Traffic Police in case of Disaster, Ganesh Chhaturthi/Chhaturdashi, any other festivals or Mass gathering to safer transport Route. 5. Train Tanker drivers in respect of the Hazards during the Chemicals transportation in consultation with MARG. INCIDENT COMMANDER
The Incident Commander is responsible for incident activities including the development and implementation of strategic decisions and for approving the ordering and releasing of resources. • Obtain incident briefing from prior incident commander • Assess incident situation. • Conduct initial briefing • Activate elements of the incident command system • Brief command staff and section chiefs. • Ensure planning meetings are conducted. • Approve & authorize implementation of incident action plan. • Determine information needs and inform command personnel of needs. • Coordinate staff activity • Manage incident operations • Approve requests for additional resources and requests for release of resources. • Approve the use of trainees on the incident • Authorise release of information to new media. Ensure incident Status Summary is completed and forwarded to Emergency Control Center (ECC) and dispatch Center(s) • Approve Plan for demobilisation. Local Crises Group Chair person / Member Secretary
• Act as a Alternate Leader, Liasion Officer, Agency Chief, in disaster. • Check in at the incident command post. Ensure that all agency resources have completed • Obtain briefing from liaison officer or incident commander. • Establish working location. Advise agency personnel on the incident that the agency representative position has been filled. • Attend planning meetings as required. • Provide input on use of agency resources if no resource use advisors are assigned. • Co-operate fully with incident commander and general staff on agency's involvement at • Oversee the well being and Safety of agency personnel assigned to incident. • Advise liaison officer of any special agency needs or requirements. • Determine, if any special reports or documents are required. • Report to agency dispatch or headquarters on prearranged schedule. • Ensure that all agency personnel and/or equipment is properly accounted for and released prior to your departure. • Ensure that all required agency forms, reports, and documents are completed prior to your departure from the incident. • Have debriefing session with liaison officer incident commander prior to departure. 11. GENERAL MANAGER TELECOM:
The Communication unit officer under the direction of the Chief Fire Officer is responsible for developing plans for the effective use of incident communications equipment and facilities, installing & testing of communication and equipment, supervision of the Incident communications Centre, distribution of communication equipment to incident personnel, and the maintenance and repair of communications equipment. • Obtain briefing from Chief Fire Officer • Determine unit personnel needs. • Advise on communication capabilities and / or limitations. • Prepare and implement the Incident Radio Communications Plan. • Ensure the Incident Communications Centre and Message Centre are established. • Set up the telephone and public address systems. • Establish appropriate communication distribution and/or maintenance locations within the base and/or map. • Ensure Communications systems are installed and tested. • Ensure an equipment accountability system is established. • Ensure personal portable radio equipment from cache is distributed per radio plan. • Provide technical information as required on : - Adequacy of communication system currently in operation. - Geographic limitation on communications systems - Equipment capabilities. - Amount and types of equipments available - Anticipated problems in the use of communication's equipment. STATION MASTER SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY JALNA
• Ensure availability of local trains in case of evacuations
DEPOT MANAGER MSRTC JALNA
• Ensure availability of Buses in case of evacuations.
14. EXECUTIVE ENGINEER MSEB JALNA
Ensure electricity supply to all MAH units, streets, Police stations, Fire brigades, Emergency Control Centre & Other Offices of emergency Response Personnel.
15. DISTRICT SUPPLY OFFICER JALNA
He is responsible for determining feeding requirements at all incident facilities, menu planning, determining cooking facilities required and general maintenance of the food service areas. 16. EXECUTIVE ENGINEER MIDC, JALNA
• Report to and obtain briefing and special instructions from Municipal Commissioner
• Participate in the development of the Incident Action Plan, and review general control objectives including alternative strategies presently in effect. • Collect and validate water resource information within the incident actions. • Prepare information on available water resources. • Establish water requirements needed to support fire suppression actions. • Compare incident control objectives as stated in the plan with available water resources and report inadequacies or problems to Municipal Commissioner AMC. • Participate in the preparation of Incident Action Plan when requested. • Respond to requests for water Information. • Collect and transmit records and logs to documentation unit at the end of each operational period. • Maintain and Submit all records and logs. 16 COMBATING DISASTER
FIRST RESPONDER ON SCENE
The first senior official responding to an Emergency is the incident Commander and
begins implementing the incident command system. All emergency responders and their
communications are co-ordinated and controlled through the incident commander. As more
senior official arrive the position of incident commander is passed up a previously established
line of authority.
The first responder at the scene of a hazardous materials emergency should complete
the task necessary to protect public health and responder safety, the environment, and the
property. The order in which the following tasks are completed is incident priorities.
Evaluate potential hazards to determine if the release or threaten release is an emrgency. Isolate the Scene and deny entry. Establish control zones. Identify spilled material or threatened release without subjecting responders to contamination. * Look for any casualties and identify other essential site conditions. Implement Incident Command System, establish a command post, and identify a staging area for incoming resources. Identify additional resources for operations beyond the capability of on-scene units. Notify appropriate response and reporting agencies. Designate a knowledgeable safety officer prior to engaging in operational activities. Rescue victims from the hot zone using appropriate personal protective equipment. Provide emergency decontamination to victims exposed to material having the potential for secondary contamination of emergency medical personnel. Determine necessary public protection action (evacuation or sheltering in place). Initiate control and containment within capabilities of available resources and equipment.
A good warning system is one of the most important pre-requisite of the emergency management system to save lives, prevent injuries and mitigate losses. As soon as incident commander determines that it is necessary to warn people of a threat to public safety, a strategy appropriate to the situation will be developed and immediately implemented to ensure coverage of the affected area. The dissemination of warning shall be effected by the MAH Factories. Types of Warning : Warning signal will be given as under : • DISASTER WARNING : Maximum credible loss scenario from the industry or transportation. The warning signal shall be high pitched long wailing siren followed by short wailing siren. • ALL CLEAR : Long continuous note
Dissemination of warning by the Factories
Depending on the nature of the hazard, the size of the population of the area threatened and the time available to react, one or more of the following methods would be used to warn the public. • Outdoor warning siren • Public addressed system ( Vehicle mounted ) with the police • Remote public address system • Mass media i.e. Radio and Television • Door-to-door visits by Civil defence personnel using mask and relaying pre- recorded cassette messages. • Telephone calls to sensitive locations like schools, organizations and institutions having a large number of employees. In case of an toxic gas emanating from present area on to the neighbouring area due to prevailing wind direction, the information will be relayed to the district Collectorate for
warning the likely affected population under their jurisdiction .
In a chemical hazards disaster management because of varying wind direction and speed throughout the year, it is imperative to work out the emergency procedures in advance for each probable scenario of each industry for different months of the year to reduce the response time to the barest minimum. A sample outline for one of the disaster scenario is given in the following section : (ACTION DESIRED : A similar emergency procedures for all maximum probable disaster scenario for different months of the year should be developed by the responsible authority.) Emergency Procedure for Scenario no. 1 Toxic gas release of Chlorine from factory in the month of February with the most likely wind direction at 2700 morning as MCL Scenario. Assumption Release of 900 KG Chlorine due to total failure of one toner. The danger zone as given in MCL Scenario no.1 is 3.08 Km downwind effects of release. Chlorine requires careful handling due to its chemical and toxic properties. It is extremely irritating to mucous membrane / eye and respiratory tracks. Results in chronic pulmonary oedema. Concentrations of 50 ppm are dangerous for even short exposures. Administer Oxygen as first aid and hospitalise. At the point of release, toxic exposure will be
Within a radius of 3.08 Km all vulnerable resources shall be subjected to a exposure to a
concentration of 293 ppm and may result in Systematic damage or serious / leather health
Area / Population affected.
The area that will be covered under the toxic limit of LC50 is shown in appendix 21 for
scenario no.1 with the centreline as the 2700 wind direction. The approximate population
covered under this area which requires evacuation shall be approximately 10000.
The neighbouring industries also shall be affected.
Emergency Response :
• The ECR will sound the disaster warning signal to the likely affected population through Siren System. • On-Site powerful deluge system / water curtain to prevent spread of toxic could will be supplemented by fire services. • No medical resource shall be affected by the danger zone. • The security personnel will need to man check points to block movements on The traffic will need to be diverted along by pass road. • The security personnel doing above jobs would need the personal protection • In view of short notice, warning and lethality of exposure to toxic fumes, the people must leave their houses, on hearing the warning siren at right angles to the wind direction. • Evacuation commander will organise Assembly Points which also acts as reception Evacuation Commander shall also arrange for water and first aid for temporarily displaced persons. • All police personnel entering danger zone must wear personal protective equipment. In addition they must undergo training on preventive measures, in order to offer advice to the population. CAUTION This emergency procedures is very brief and would require modifications based on actual meteorological data, the amount of chlorine gas vaporized and other conditions at the time of toxic gas release. COMMUNICATION AMONG RESPONDERS
AREA COMMUNICATION CHART
1 .Jalna Fire Brigade Tel- 101, 02482-230101,02482- Municipal Council Tel.no. 02482-230432
Local Police Station Tel. : 02482-309960 Police Station Kadim 220852 Mr. Ashish Mantri Tel. : 9822347888 Police Station Sadar Mr. Sunil Raithatha Railway police station Tel. 1. M S RTC, Jalna Div. Controller – 02482- 220532, 222602
Jt.Director DISH PERSONAL PROTECTION OF CITIZENS
- As Chairman of CMG & LCG District Collector shall depute one Deputy Collector as alternate leader. Deputy Collector – In charge DCP Jalna Civil Surgeon, Civil Hospital, Jalna District Health Officer, Jalna Executive Engineer MIDC/PWD Dy. RTO Jalna District Information Officer, Jalna Deputy Director, Industrial Safety & Health, Aurangabad Depot Manager MSRTC Jalna These team members shall prepare detailed contingency plan considering the following factors as a base: a) Vulnerable zones where Evacuation could be necessary and method for notifying these b) Provisions for precautionary Evacuation c) Methods for controlling traffic flow and providing alternate traffic routes. d) Shelter location and other provisions for evacuations. e) Agreements with near by jurisdictions to receive evacuees. f) Agreements with Hospitals outside the local jurisdictions. g) Protective shelter for relocated populations. h) Reception and care of evacuates. i) Re-entry procedures. j) A system of working and advising the public protection and on expedient means to reduce k) Relocation l) Water supply protection- to avoid contamination m) Sewage system protection : to avoid public Health threat Environment problems. 1. EVACUATION PLAN In a disaster situation, evacuation form hazardous areas may be the most effective way to obviate casualties. It is a complex exercise requiring multi-disciplinary inputs. A comprehensive and co-ordinating preplanning is necessary to implement orderly evacuation of population. The weather conditions obtained through the meteorological department would dictate to a large extent the area to be evacuated. On hearing the disaster warning the population should quickly move to the assembly area as announced on the public address system and should wait for the transportation facility. If assembly area is not announced than they should move out of the threatened area at the right angle to the prevailing wind away from the industrial area. Those personnel who can move out of their homes are advised to stay indoors and cover their noses with the wet cloth. Following steps would be taken before the crisis by the District Collector : • Public information and education on measures for chemical hazards. • Installations of siren or Remote public address system in likely affected area. • Formulations of detailed contingency plan of evacuation. • Working out evacuation plan of sensitive areas like Jail prisoners, Mental/other hospitals etc. While in many cases evacuation is a needed life saving measure, it is not always necessary or practical. Lack of time is often the single most important limitation on the effectiveness. Large evacuation takes very long time to execute even if they are well planned in advance. The toxic cloud may pass through an area before everybody can get out when people are outside their homes, attempting to evacuate. Keeping the area situation into account, it may be possible to stress more on the In Place Protection and attempting to reduce the air flow into their shelter. Public education on the protection provided by a structure should be a part of preparedness activities. 17. EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
1. INTRODUCTION :
The purpose of this is to document the ongoing planning and maintenance components of the emergency plan. In particular following areas are addressed. • Emergency Response Team Organisation • Personal Protective Equipment • Medical Surveillance • Equipment Maintenance • Mock Drills and Emergency Simulation Operation • Record Keeping The response capabilities shall be maintained sufficient to mitigate the incidents involving fire, toxic gas release, medical and rescue emergencies and/or situations beyond the scope of normal operations. This volume is to be reviewed and updated on a regular basis to assure consistency with assignments and procedures. This volume is intended to be a planning document that summarizes important administrative elements of previous sections.
2. EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM ORGANIZATION
Organisation would have established an emergency response team that is organised trained and capable of responding to fire, hazardous materials, and other emergency in the area. The attached structure presents response team, and corresponding training level. The District Collector will ensure that emergency response programme is implemented before, during and after emergencies. The organisational structure provides the following management and operational functions. • Implementation of emergency response training program. • Established management roles within the team that directly relate to ICS functions that are activated during an emergency; and • Designation of emergency response functions and levels of responsibility that are the basis for establishing training requirements. 3. TRAINING ( Recommendations )
EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM TRAINING LEVEL Fire and Safety Emergency Response Fire and Safety Emergency Response Asst. Supervisor Training Supervisor Emergency Operations Center Manager Emergency Response Chiefs / Specialists Primary Response Medical Rescue Specialists Fire and safety Emergency Response Crew Maintenance Personnel Administrative Staff & Contractors Emergency Response Team Functions The following table summarizes the responsibilities of emergency team members. Emergency Response Team Function ICS Roles ER Training level ER Supervisor Incident Commander Field IC Supervisor, ER training Fire & safety Supervisor Fire & safety shift Supervisor Planning / Finance Chief ER Chiefs Operation Chief 6 ER Specialists Branch Officers 5 ER Crew Asst. under Branch officers 4 Training Requirements The training program shall be established so as to provide emergency response team members with training that is commensurable with their assigned duties. The training programme shall be comprised of eight training levels; Level 1 to Level 8. The levels correspond with increasing technical and supervisory responsibilities. The next describes the programme in detail. DRILLS AND SIMULATION EXERCISES The regular drills and simulation exercises is a progressive commitment to ensuring that the personnel, organisational structure, and resources identified in the area plan can function to achieve the most favourable outcome in the event of real accident. TRAINING PROGRAMME The specific objective of the training programme shall be as under : • Define levels of training required for all personnel within the ICS including awareness training for citizens • Designate the duration and frequency of all training courses. • Assure attendance and proficiency of personnel • Design and schedule tabletop exercises and drills to assess response capabilities to a variety of potential incidents. • Maintain compliance status of all personnel with designated training level requirements develop a computerised training record keeping system to achieve this objective. Training Levels The wide variety of the jobs within ICS requires a range of awareness and expertise to cope with potential emergencies. Training levels have therefore designed to provide a tailored curriculum for defined levels of response capabilities, which are designed for each individual depending on his or her specific job description and stated emergency role. A brief description of each training and its applicability to a defined emergency response role is provided below. LEVEL .1 AWARENESS. A fundamental level of emergency information and / or training addressing site-specific evacuation procedure, general safety considerations, and other basic information for personnel for who would not be likely to encounter or be actively involved in an emergency situation. LEVEL 2 MAINTENANCE STAFF. Designed for personnel who are likely to be exposed to an emergency situation; personnel at this level would not be actively engaged in offensive mitigation activities. In addition to maintenance staff, engineering personnel and long term contractors are included in this training level LEVEL 3 OPERATIONAL SUPPORT STAFF Designed for personnel who may provide operational support during an emergency. This training level provides the advanced level of awareness in fire control and provides for basic training for both fire and hazardous materials emergency response activities. Personnel trained at this level, however are not considered to be certified to conduct work that requires fully encapsulated protective clothing. Emergency Response Team. The Emergency Response Team is responsible for handling all types of emergencies including fire, hazardous materials, and medical / rescue incidents. All Personnel are issued clearly identifiable response clothing and equipment top distinguish them from other personnel during emergency activities. The various training levels are discussed below. LEVEL 4 Emergency Response Crew The basic level of training required for the Emergency Response Team which emphasize fire and hazardous materials response capabilities. LEVEL 5 Specialists Due to the technical nature of emergencies which may occur following specialists training is developed to provide training over above that is included in level 4 • Health and safety issues • Fire apparatus, aerial operations • General Hazmat training plus specific training for the toxic gases being handled The Personnel at this level are trained for advanced ICS training, Emergency medical training for basic life support, rescue training in addition to level 5 training. LEVEL 7 Training focuses on the managing an emergency using the ICS, documentation and notification procedures, and communicating effectively with outside and corporate resources, the media and the public. LEVEL 8 Individuals at this training level are the most highly proficient managers like senior Fire and safety Personnel who would receive additional training to improve their effectiveness as instructors. 4. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS / CLOTHING.
It is the policy of the management to ensure the personnel safety and limit the exposures of
hazardous materials during the emergency response. The PPE programme for emergency
response encompasses the selection, use and maintenance of the PPE before, during and after
an emergency response.
The major components of the proposed PPE programme for emergency response shall
include routine care, use during a disaster, and post - disaster procedures.
• The ongoing activities provide a solid foundation for effective emergency preparedness and for ensuring that personnel are properly trained and equipment for response. These activities shall include. ♦ Inventory control ♦ Record keeping. • The activities during Response shall be proper selection and use of equipment through training and guidance from the Incident Safety Officer. This shall include. ♦ Assessment of Ambient conditions. ♦ Selection of PPE ♦ Operation of PPE • The activities after Response provides for decontamination in accordance with standard procedures. The activities shall include. ♦ Decontamination ♦ Disposal of Cartridges ♦ Maintenance and repair. Responsibility and Implementation The fire and safety officer shall be responsible for implementing the PPE programme for emergency response and co-ordinating the activities of various departments in administrating the programme. The ultimate effectiveness of this programme lies with each responder understanding, recognising, and controlling hazards. Implementation of programme includes following responsibilities. • Review and prepare the written procedures. • Conduct and document audits as deemed necessary to determine compliance. • Maintain written records for program evaluation. • Assist in determining conditions requiring respiratory equipment. • Select proper respiratory equipment. • Assure that response personnel are properly fit tested for respirators. • Assist in training of personnel in use of respiratory protective equipment. EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
ER equipment shall be maintained to ensure that they are effective and field ready. All the record shall be kept for their fitness. The table showing the frequency of maintenance the equipment should be kept ready. RECORD KEEPING
Record keeping plays an integral role in the administration of the emergency preparedness plan. Record are maintained to document the status of the various points of this section. 18. LEVEL OF RESPONSE BASED ON INCIDENT
The following chart summarizes who and what are involved in three typical emergency conditions. Information about the three response levels should be provided to special facilities ( e.g. school district, private schools, day care centres, hospital, nursing homes, industries detention centres ) _ Response Level An incident of threat of a release which can be controlled Emergency Medical by the first response agencies and does not require evacuation Police Department of other than the involved Municipal Council structure or the immediate LCG,DCG,RTO out door area. The incident District Collector is confined to a small area and does not pose an immediate threat to life or property. II. Limited An incident involving a Emergency Greater hazard or larger area Level I Condition which poses a potential HAZMAT team threat to life of property EOC Staff and which may requite a Public Works limited evacuation of the Department surrounding area. Health Department Red Cross Rotary Club SCG Control Room State Police, Public Utilities An incident involving a severe All Level I and II Agencies Emergency hazard or a large area which plus the following as needed Condition poses an extreme threat to Mutual Aid Fire, Police. Life and property and will Emergency Medical Services probably require a large scale SCG & CCG Control Room evacuation or an incident Maharashtra Agency requiring the expertise or Director Health Service resource of country, State MPCB Central, or private agencies Organisations. 19. PUBLIC INFORMATION / COMMUNITY
Public Relation Officer District Collector Office District Information Officer Representative Of TV & Radio Editor, Lokmat, Samna, Sakal & Marathwada
• Method to educate the public in possible emergencies.
• Method for keeping the public informed. • List of radio and T. V. contacts. Comment : District Collector office should develop a public information programme to educate citizens about safety procedures during an incident. This programme could include pamphlets; newspaper stories; periodic radio and television announcements and programme for schools, hospitals, and homes for the aged. It is important to provide accurate information to the public in order to prevent panic. Some citizens simply want to know what is happening. Other citizens may need to be prepared for possible evacuation or they may need to know what they can do immediately to protect themselves. Because information will be needed quickly, radio and television are much more important than newspapers in most hazardous materials release. In less urgent cases, newspaper articles can provide detailed information to enhance public understanding of accidental spills and procedures for containment and cleanup. One person should be identified to serve as spokesperson. It is strongly recommended that the individual identified have training and experience in public information, community relations, and / or media relations. The spokesperson can identify for the individuals who have specialised knowledge about the event. The chain of command should include this spokesperson. Other members of the response team should be trained to direct all communications and public relations to this one person. 20. RESOURSE MANAGEMENT.
The primary responsibilities for addressing emergencies originated from any place within the jurisdiction lies with the Incident Commander with support available through a
mutual aid from neighbouring areas if required and with other companies in the area. This
section provides a summary of resources available to support emergency responses within the
area, and outlines procedures for accessing personnel and equipment.
The emergency response organisation for the area include fire and safety staff, management, and operating and maintenance personnel and other necessary staff. The emergency response team will be trained and are available at any time to support emergency response activities. Primary response, positions and responsibilities are described in this manual as above. The availability of emergency response support personnel is dependent is on the time of a day that an emergency occurs. During regular day shifts, sufficient manpower support is available.
Chief Fire Officer Jalna
Dy. RTO Jalna
Executive Engineer PWD
District Health Officer / Civil Surgeon, Jalna
Deputy Controller of Civil Defence Jalna
ACP/Dy SP Jalna
Depot Manager MSRTC
These team shall prepare the document needed for Resource Management. The Following Factors should be considered for the Planning.
♦ List Of Personnel needed for Emergency response ♦ Training programs including schedules for training for LCG Emergency response and Medical personnel. ♦ List of Vehicles needed for Emergency response. ♦ List of Equipment (heavy & PPE). ♦ Fund arrangement for response Equipment & personnel.
FIRE & RESCUE
Chief Fire Officer Jalna Factors for Planning
Chain Of Command among Fire Fighters.
List of available Support System.
List of all Task for Fire Fighters
Training to Fire Fighters in safety procedures when to approach the incident.
Availability of MSDS of Hazardous Chemicals
Communications to E.C.C.
The following fire stations are available for the area. All the fire stations are primarily for the District area but they do attend to the calls from the industrial unit. • Fire & Emergency Response Station, Jalna (Action Desired : A more detailed report on immediate requirement and future requirement need to be prepared to tackle the fires / toxic gas release that may originate from Ammonia / LPG / Chlorine etc.) HEALTH & MEDICAL
Chief Medical Officer In charge Civil Surgeon, Jalna District Health Officer, Jalna Certifying Surgeon Jalna Doctors in the Area
The Following factors should be considered for Planning.
Provisions for Ambulance Support. Provisions for Hospital Support & Treatment Summonsing procedures of Medical Personnel Training to Medical Team & Hospital Personnel regards to Health Hazards of the Chemical & their Anti-dotes. Continuity in supply of Anti-dotes & Drugs List of the Hospitals /Chemist Shops Training for Decontamination & treating persons exposed to hazardous Chemicals. Protective actions recommendations for sanitation, water supply, recovery & re-entry.
In the area there are many ambulance services available with private hospitals,
political parties, local clubs, industries etc. The list of all the ambulance available with their
phone numbers and addresses is included in (ACTION DESIRED : It is desired that one
Ambulance Control Room like fire brigade be opened up with a three digit phone number for
ambulance services, which in turn will contact the relevant ambulance service with respect to
equipments and distance from the site)
In the area there exists PHC, government hospitals and private hospitals. In a major accident
there would be many cases of toxicity, heat radiation and third degree burns, but the hospitals
in the area are not having requisite facilities to treat such cases. N.B. All the MAH industries
shall give list of Antidotes to Chief Medical Officer available with them.
Chief Officer, Municipal Council- In charge Chief Medical Officer - Continuity of Medical Care District Health Officer, Jalna Civil Surgeon, Jalna District Supply Officer - Food & Milk Supply NGO Executive Engineer PWD
Following Factors should be considered for the Planning
List of Agencies providing Human service List of Human service Tasks The Municipality Administration uses a wide variety of contractors to support routine
operations and maintenance activities. Virtually any contractor service is also available to
support emergency responses, especially during restoration and recovery operations. All
contractor personnel will be briefed at the site prior to participation in an emergency
response. The briefing will address PPE, the Chemicals involved and duties to be performed.
All appropriate health and safety precautions provided to emergency responding staff shall
apply to Contractor personnel.
Access to contractor support is obtained through the Public Works Department. The technical
service group is also available to provide contractor engineering and testing support as
The Jalna district and the MSRTC are having well organised network of the public transport.
In case of emergency it is possible to obtain the services of Thane State Transport and Best
within shortest possible time. Many buses are also available from major industries,
[ACTION DESIRED: The transport officer to find out the availability of maximum no. of
transport vehicles (buses, Trucks etc.) within 30 minutes of notice]
City Engineer– In charge Executive Engineer PWD Executive Engineer MIDC Regional Officer MPCB
Factors for Planning
Describe Chain Of Command for the permanence of Public Work action in an List of Task during Disaster to help containment & Clean-up
N. B. The resources under public works are requisitioned by Chairman of DCG.
A] EMERGENCY CONTROL CENTER (In future LCG CONTROL ROOM )
An emergency control centre is the place from where the operations for handling and
controlling the emergencies is directed and co-ordinated. It is manned by the Incident
Commander and assisted by other key persons. It is equipped with adequate means of
communication to areas inside and outside the factory.
The emergency control centre is identified as the District Collector's office. An alternate emergency control centre in case of main emergency control centre affected by the MIA office located within the industrial area. The ECC shall maintain continuous contact with the command post through out the duration of the incident, and will serve as the focal point of all external communications with mutual aid, regulatory agencies, the public and the media. During the moderate to catastrophic incident all planning, technical and administrative support will be provided to the IC through District Collectorate office. The main emergency control centre shall be equipped with following resources :
1. Internal & External telephones.
2. Radio communication.
3. Public Address System.
4. Personal protective equipment.
5. Reference material including all the On-Site plan and related procedures.
6. Off-Site emergency control manuals.
7. General layout plan.
8. Material Safety Data Sheets.
9. TREM CARD booklet in English / Local language.
10. Standard instructions to Drivers for handling transport emergencies.
11. Map of surrounding area.
12. General office support including computer capabilities, telefax and copy machines.
13. List of equipment as per annexure to handle initial alarm by first response team.
The key to the management of disaster lies in an efficient reliable communications system. The effectiveness of responses to the On-Site and Off-site emergency plans, requires an efficient communications system to alert. • People inside the factory. • Key factory personnel outside normal working hours. • Off-site emergency Authorities and Services. • Neighbouring industries in the area as well as public in the likely danger zone. The communication system for On-Site emergency response would be handled by the respective industry. However, the Off-Site communication network would be co-ordinated by ECC. The emergency operations would follow the principles of communication control given below. • Communication to respond to chain of command and control in handling • Communications to be reliable and fullproof by building redundancy . • Communications to ensure quick passage of information, as well as uninterrupted flow of orders / instructions. • All LCG Members shall be provided with Cellular ( Mobile ) Phones.
C] INTERNAL & CORPORATE COMMUNICATION
The communications of declaration of a major hazard situation is by siren or Simultaneously the announcement to be made on Public Address System explaining the nature of hazard its location, location of Emergency control center & actions required to be taken . Communications between IC, SIC & other personnel should be through radio / telephones or through personal talks or through the services of messengers with written & signed messages. ( ACTION DESIRED : It is described that the three digit telephone number to be allotted to Emergency Control Center and hotlines exists between two neighbouring industries for quick mutual aid. ) Media Personnel : All media personnel present at the site shall be specifically authorised by IC or his design. Under no circumstances shall media personnel; be permitted at the Command post or within the operating area of the response without an escort. News Release : If the emergency attracts the interest of the media, or if notification of the citizen through the media is warranted, the Management Policy Group shall approve any and all statements prepared for release to the public, and information officer will issue the statement. Public Agencies : Public Agencies shall be notified as required. The liasion officer and Information officer assigned to ECC will co-ordinate all contacts with public agencies.
E] CRISIS GROUP under Chemical Accident ( EPPR ) 1996
As per this Rules Central, State, District & Local Crisis Groups are formed. These groups
will be main resources in future. The functions of these groups mentioned as below :
1. Functions of the Central Crisis Group
The Central Crisis Group shall be the apex body to deal with major chemical accidents and to provide expert guidance for handling major chemical accidents. Without prejudice to the functions specified under sub-rule (1), the Central Crisis Group shall a) Continuously monitor the post accident situation arising out of a major chemical accident and suggest measures for prevention and to check recurrence of such accidents. b) Conduct post accident analysis of such major chemical accidents and evaluate c) Review district Off-Site emergency plans with a view to examine its adequacy in accordance with the Manufacture Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemical Rules and suggest measures to reduce risks in the Industrial pockets. d) Review the progress report submitted by the State Crisis Group. e) Respond to queries addressed to it by the State Crisis Group and the District f) Publish a State-wise list of experts and officials who are concerned with the handling of chemical accidents. g) Render in the case of a chemical accident in a State all financial and infra- structural help as may be necessary. 2. Functions of State Crisis Group i) The State Crisis Group shall be the apex body in the State to deal with major chemical accidents and to provide expert guidance for handling major chemical accidents. Without prejudice to the functions specified under sub-rule (1), State Crisis Group shall, - a) Review all district Off-Site emergency plans in the State with a view to examine its adequacy in accordance with the Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals, Rules and forward a report to the Central Crisis Group once in 3 months. b) Assist the State Government in managing chemical accidents at a site. c) Assist the State Government in the planning preparedness and mitigation of major chemical accidents at a site in the State. d) Continuously monitor the post accident situation arising out of a major chemical accident in the State and forwards a report to the Central Crisis Group. e) Review the progress report submitted by the District Crisis Groups. f) Respond to queries addressed to it by the District Crisis Groups. g) Publish a list of exports and officials in the State who are concerned with the management of chemical accidents. 3. Functions of District Crisis Group 1. The District Crisis Group shall be the apex body in the District to deal with major chemical accidents and to provide expert guidance for handling major chemical accidents. 2. Without prejudice to the functions specified under sub-rule (1), District Crisis Group (a) Assist in the preparation of the district off-site emergency plan. (b) Review all the on-site emergency plans prepared by the occupier of Major Accident Hazards installation for the preparation of the district off-site emergency plan. (c) Assist the district administration in the management of chemical accident at a site lying within the district. (d) Continuously monitor every chemical accident. (e) Ensure continuously information flow from the district to the Centre and State Group regarding accident situation and mitigation efforts. (f) Forward a report of the chemical accident within fifteen days to the State Crisis Group. (g) Conduct at least one full scale mock-drill of a chemical accident at a site each year and forward a report of the strength and the weakness of the plan to the State Crisis Group. 4. Functions of the Local Crisis Group: 1. The Local Crisis Group shall be body in the industrial pocket to deal with chemical pocked to deal with chemical accident and co-ordinate efforts in planning preparedness and mitigation of a chemical accident. 2. Without prejudice to the functions specific under sub-rule (1) the Local Crisis (a) Prepare local emergency plan for the industrial pocket; (b) Ensure dovetailing of the local emergency plan with the district off-site (c) Train personnel involved in chemical accident management. (d) Educate the population, likely to be affected in a chemical accident about the member and existing preparedness in the area. (e) Conduct at least one full scale mock-drill of a chemical accident at a site every six month and forward are port to the District Crisis Group. (f) Respond to all public injuries on the subject. RESPONSE PERSONNEL SAFETY
Chief Fire Officer – In charge Deputy Controller Civil Defence Jalna ACP/Dy SP Jalna
These Members should prepare Plan for Response Personal Safety considering the following
• Standard operating procedure for entering and leaving sites as per On-Site plan shall • Accountability for personnel entering and leaving the sites shall be done by concerned officials. • Decontamination procedures: Shall be developed as per On-Site Plan & Hazards • Recommended safety and health equipment - • Personal safety precautions. • List the Equipment appropriate to various degrees of Hazards • Training to the Emergency Responders in use of Safety equipment. • Immediate Long Term Health Hazards to Emergency Responders. • Insurance coverage of Emergency Responders • Medical Surveillance All the first responders including Key personnel and operators shall be subjected annual medical checking for their fitness to act during emergency as per their responsibility. Similar all the responders who has taken part in combating the disaster shall be sent for complete medical check up for assessing the effects of inhalation of toxic gases or other effects. ONGOING INCIDENT ASSESSMENT
Regional Officer MPCB Aurangabad – In charge
Executive engineer MIDC
NGO Environment Protection
These team shall prepare a Plan to Monitor the release considering the following factors • Field monitoring teams • Provision for environment assessment, biological MPCB. monitoring and contamination surveys. • Food / water controls. MIDC / Municipal Council. Comment : After the notification that a release has occurred, it is crucial to monitor the release and assess its impact, both on and off site. A detailed log of all sampling results should be maintained. Health officials should be kept informed of the situation. Often the facility at which the release has occurred will have the best equipment for this purpose. District Collector / LCG should describe who is responsible to monitor the size,
concentration and movement of leaks, spills and releases and how they will do their work.
Decisions about response personnel safety, citizen protection (whether indoor or through
evacuation) and the use of food and water in the area will depend upon on accurate
assessment of spill or plume movement and concentration. Similarly, decisions about
containment and cleanup depend upon monitoring data.
District Collector, District Collector Jalna & Chairman District Crisis Group – In charge Chief Officer, Municipal Council Joint Director DISH, Aurangabad & Member Secretary DCG Deputy Director DISH, Aurangabad & Member Secretary LCG Superintendent Of Police, Jalna Regional Officer MPCB Aurangabad Civil Surgeon, Jalna Chief Fire Officer, Jalna Factors for Planning
Chain Of Command for Law Enforcement Officials List of all Tasks for Law Enforcement Personnel CHAIN OF COMMAND
District Collector, Jalna Overall I/C of District Chief Officer, Municipal Council, Jalna Overall I/C of MC Area Police Commissioner / Supdt. Police, Jalna Rescue, Transport & Relief Additional Collector Alternate Leader & I/C Evacuation District Information Officer, Jalna Public Information Chief Fire Officer, Jalna Manpower, Fire & Rescue & Response Personal Safety District Health Officer / Civil Surgeon Health & Medical Regional Officer MPCB, Aurangabad On-going Incident Assessment & Containment/Clean-up General Manager, Telecom Jalna Commandant Home Guards Deputy Controller Civil Defence Transport Routes Dy.Director, DISH Aurangabad Updating & Testing of the Plan 21. CONTAINMENT AND CLEANUP
Regional Officer MPCB – In charge
Executive Engineer MIDC/PWD
Chairman of MASIA
Chief Fire Officer MC, Jalna
Dy. RTO Jalna
District Agriculture Officer
Expert From MAH Industries
A .C. P / S. P. Jalna
Representative of Transport Contractors.
TECHNIQUES FOR SPILL CONTAINMENT AND CLEANUP
• Containment and mitigation actions • Cleanup methods. DISH, MPCB, CCE, RTO. • Restoration of the surrounding environment. Comment : District Collector office / LCG will typically emphasize the containment and stabilisation of an incident; State regularity agencies can focus on cleanup details. CCG can provide assistance during the cleanup process. It is the releaser's legal and financial responsibility to clean up and minimise the risk to the health of the general public and workers that are involved. CCG & MOEF other government officials should monitor the responsible party cleanup activities. A clear and succinct list of containment and cleanup countermeasures should be prepared for each hazardous material present in the community in significant quantities. This section should co-ordinated with the section on "Response Personnel Safety" So that response teams are subject to minimal danger. Planners should concentrate on the techniques that are applicable to the hazardous material and terrain area. It may be helpful to include sketches and details on how cleanup should occur for certain area where spill are more likely. N.B. Deciding the location of Hazardous Waste Disposal Site is duty of the Govt. It is important to determine whether a fire should be extinguished or allowed to burn. Water used in fire fighting could become contaminated and then would need to be contained or possibly treated. In addition, some material may be water- reactive and pose a greater hazard when in contact with water. Some vapours may condense into pools of liquid that must be contained and removed. Accumulated pools may be recovered with appropriate pumps, hoses, and storage containers. Various foams may be used to reduce vapour generation rates. Water sprays for fog may be applied at down wind points away from " cold" pools to absorb vapours and / or accelerate their dispersal in the atmosphere (Sprays and for might not reduce an explosive atmosphere). Volatile liquids might be diluted or neutralised. If a toxic vapour comes to the ground on crops, on playgrounds, in drinking water or other places where humans are likely to be affected by it, the area should be tested for contamination. Appropriate steps must be taken if animals ( including fish and birds ) that may become part of the human food chain are in contact with a hazardous material. It is important to identify in advance what instruments and methods can be used to detect the materials in question. Restoration of the area is a long-range project, but general restoration steps should appear in the plan. Specific consideration should be given to the mitigation of damages to
RESOURCES FOR CLEANUP AND DISPOSAL
• Cleanup / disposal contractors and services provided. MC, PWD, MIDC. • Cleanup material and equipment. • Communication equipment. • Provision for long-term site control during extended --Do-- • Emergency transportation (e.g. aircraft, vehicles, boats) --Do-- • Cleanup personnel. • Personal protective equipment. • Approved disposal sites. Comment : This section is similar to the yellow pages of the telephone book. It provides plan users with the following important information : ♦ What types of resources are available ( public, and privates ); ♦ How much is stockpiled; ♦ Where it is located ( address and telephone number ); and ♦ What steps are necessary to obtain the resources. Organisations that may have resources for use during a hazardous materials incident ♦ Public agencies ( e.g. fire, police, public works, public health, agriculture, fish and ♦ Industry ( e.g. chemical producers, transporters, stores, associations, spill cleanup contractors, construction companies ); ♦ Spill / equipment co-operatives; and ♦ Volunteer groups (ham radio operators, vehicles clubs ). Resource availability will change with time, so keep this section of the plan up-to-date. Hazardous materials disposal may exceed the capabilities of smaller cities and towns ; in such cases, the plan should indicate the appropriate State and / Govt. of India Agency that is responsible for making decisions regarding disposal. Disposal of hazardous materials or wastes is controlled by a number of Central and State laws and regulations. MPCBI regulate waste disposal and it is important that this section reflect the requirements of these regulations for On-Site disposal, transportation and Off-Site disposal. The plan should include an updated list of Hazardous waste disposal facilities for possible use during an incident. 22. DOCUMENTATION AND INVESTIGATIVE FOLLOW-
FACTORS • List of required reports. • Reasons for requiring the reports. • Format for reports. • Methods for determining whether the response mechanism worked properly. • Provision for cost recovery. • Follow up action to avoid similar disaster in future. Comment: This section indicates what information should be gathered about the release and the response operation. Key response personnel could be instructed to maintain an accurate log of their activities. Actual response costs should be documented in order to facilitate cost recovery. It is also important to identify who is responsible for the post-incident investigation to discover quickly the exact circumstances and cause of the release. Critiques of real incidents, if handled tactfully, allow improvements to be made based on actual experience. The documentation described above should help this investigation determine if response operations were effective, whether the emergency plan should be amended, and what follow-up responder and public training programs are needed. N.B. The Following Members of this Plan shall enquire all technological disasters & transport disasters & report to LCG Chief Fire Officer Jalna Jt. Chief Controller of Explosives Office Address : CGO complex, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai. Tel No. 022 – 7575946. Regional Officer MPCB Aurangabad ACP/Dy SP Jalna Dy. RTO Jalna 23. PROCEDURE FOR TESTING AND UPDATING PLAN
POTENTIAL MEMBERS OF PLANNING TEAM:
Chairman Local Crisis Group – In charge
Deputy Director Industrial Safety & Health & Member Secretary Local Crisis Group
Chief Fire Officer Jalna
ACP/Dy. SP Jalna
Deputy Controller Civil Defence Jalna
Regional Officer MPCB Aurangabad
Chief Medical Officer MC, Jalna
Civil Surgeon Jalna
District Health Officer Jalna
Certifying Surgeon Jalna
Medical Superintendent MC Hospital Jalna
Dy. RTO Jalna
All MAH Industries in Jalna District
Technical Experts in District
District Information Officer Jalna
Representative of TV/Radio
Editor of Lokmat /Sakal
Superintendent Agriculture Officer Jalna
Executive Engineer PWD/MIDC/MAHDA
TESTING THE PLAN
Provision For Regular Table Top, Functional, Mock & Full Scale exercises Organisation In charge Of the Exercise Types of the Exercise Frequency of Exercise DRILLS AND SIMULATION EXCERCISES The regular drills and simulation exercises is a progressive commitment to ensuring that the personnel, Organisational structure, and resources identified in the area plan can function to achieve the most favourable outcome in the event of real accident. The terms used in this exercise are defined as: Orientation Seminars: The orientation seminar is an informal activity which focuses on training and familiarizations with roles, procedures, responsibilities, and personalities in the management plan. The general purpose is for participants to review plans and procedures in a low stress no "real-time environment with little or no attempt at any simulation. Tabletop exercise : The tabletop exercise provides a specific simulation exercise whose
focus is on reviewing the plans and procedures unique to the situation. This exercise
makes sure that all the participants have reviewed the plan details in an interactive fashion.
Functional Exercise : The exercise is designed to taste or evaluate individual function.
Each function is exercised separately. As far as possible the functional exercises should
be held near the site.
Full Scale exercise : This is done by simulating an event.
The exercise cycle is a calendar of events reflecting a series of exercise that moves the area in the direction towards preparedness. A good exercise cycle is updated regularly to account for changes in the area plan. An recommended exercise cycle may look as below. District Collector Chief Fire Officer Management staff & MC assisted by CMO Chief Fire Officer Management Staff & responders, community leaders Communication Management Staff, Officer, Collector Information Officer, office assisted by District Information Officer Officer, Collector office assisted by District Information Officer District Collector response system personnel and volunteers Exercise Momentum Motivation and enthusiasm are the keys to success in any important endeavour and emergency planning is no exception. Individually and collectively the LCG has to maintain their commitment and to be aggressive in the community to carry the message of preparedness. Keeping the momentum going requires a creative Exercise program that is well timed and constructed so that participants are reinforced with more realistic perception of risks and consequences of chemical disasters. Following are some of the points which may be kept in mind for keeping the momentum going. Information and discussion about incidents happening in other area Field trips in a group of two or three to high risk areas to see, first hand, the source of risk and to get the mental picture of what could go wrong. Exchanging views with other area for various operations. Regular address of the District Collector/MC Municipal Council to LCG members. The MC Commissioner to take initiative and get the busy LCG members to come some of RECORD KEEPING: Record keeping plays an integral role in the administration of the emergency preparedness plan. Record are maintained to document the status of the various points of this section. Following three types of records are suggested as a part of the Disaster preparedness plan. Responder-Specific Records that pertain to individual responder, such as training required and completed, refresher course completed, medical surveillance information and respiratory fit testing. Equipment – Specific Documentation of equipment inspection, calibration and testing. Programmatic: Documentation and records of program activities and implementation such as safety meeting and drills, and records of incidents Procedure for evaluating performance, making changes to plans, and correcting identified deficiencies in response capabilities as necessary. Any emergency plan must be evaluated and kept up-to-date through the review of actual responses, simulation exercises, and regular collection of new data. Effective emergency Preparedness requires periodic review and evaluation and the necessary effort must be sustained at the community level. Plans should reflect changes in the economy, land use, permit waivers, available technology, response capabilities, hazardous materials present, Central and state laws ,local laws and ordinances, road configurations, population change emergency telephone numbers, and facility location. This section describes key aspects of appraisal and provides specific guidance for maintaining an updated hazardous materials emergency plan. • Plan review and approval are critically important responsibilities of the planning team. This section discusses the various means by which a plan can be reviewed thoroughly and systematically. • Internal Review The Planning team, after drafting the plan, should conduct an internal review of the plan. It is not sufficient merely to read over the plan for clarity or to search for errors. The plan should also be assessed for adequacy and completeness. Individual planning team members can use these questions to conduct self review of their own work and the team can assign a committee to review the total plan. Once the team accomplishes this internal review the plan should be revised in preparation for external review. • External Review : External review legitimises the authority and fosters community acceptances of the plan. The review process should involve elements of peer review, upper level review, and community input. The Planning team must devise a process to receive, review and respond to comments from external reviewers. Peer review entails finding qualified individuals who can provide objective reviews of the plan. Individuals with qualifications similar to those considered for inclusion on the planning team should be selected as Peer reviewers. Examples of appropriate individuals include : The Safety or environmental Engineer in a MAH industry. Responsible authorities from Govt. agencies A concerned Citizens groups. Upper Level Review Upper Level review involves submitting the plan to an individual or group with over sight authority or responsibility for the plan. Upper level review should take place after peer review and modification of the plan. Community Input : Community involvement is vital to success throughout the planning process. At the plan appraisal stage, such involvement greatly facilitates formal acceptance of the plan by the community. Approaches that can be include: Community Workshops Publication of Notice Advisory Councils These activities do more than encourage community consensus building. Community outreach at this stage in the process also improves the soundness of the plan by increased public input and expands public understanding of the plan and thus the effectiveness of the emergency response to a hazardous materials incident. State /Central Review : After local review and testing through exercises a community may want to request review of the plan by State and or Central officials. Such as a review will depend upon the availability of staff resources. District Crisis Group set up in accordance with Chemical Accidents (Emergency Planning & Preparedness) Rules 1996 are to submit a copy of the Off-Site Disaster Plan to the State Crisis Group for review to ensure co-ordination of the plan with emergency plans of other planning Districts. Central Crisis Group may review and comment upon an Off-site Disaster Plan. Plan approval: The planning team should identify and comply with any local or State requirements for formal plan approval. It may be necessary for local officials to enact legislation that gives legal recognition to the emergency plan. UPDATING THE PLAN
Title and Organisation of responsible person(s)
Change notification procedures
How often the plan should be audited and what mechanisms will be used to change the
Comment: Responsibility should be delegated to someone to make sure that the plan is updated frequently and that all plan holders are informed of the changes. Notification of changes should be by written memorandum or letter; the changes should be recorded in the RECORD OF AMENDMENTS page at the front of the completed plan. Changes should be consequently numbered for ease of tracking and accounting. Following are examples of information that must regularly be checked for accuracy: Identify and phone numbers of response personnel Name, quantity, properties, and location of hazardous materials in the community. (If new hazardous ,materials are made, used, stored, or transported in the community, revise the plan as needed) Facility maps Transportation routes. Emergency services available Resource availability KEEPING THE PLAN UP-TO-DATE All emergency plans become outdated because of social, economic, and environmental changes. Keeping the plan current is a difficult task, but can be achieved by scheduling reviews regularly. As noted in section above the plan itself should indicate who is responsible for keeping it up-to-date. Outdated information should be replaced, and the results of appraisals exercises should be incorporated into the plan. The Following techniques will aid in keeping abreast of relevant changes. Establish a regular review period- yearly. Test the plan through regularly scheduled exercises. Publish a notice and announce a comment period for plan review and revisions. Maintain a list of individuals, agencies, and organisations that will be interested in participating in the review process. Make one reliable organisation responsible for Co-ordination of the review and overall stewardship of the plan. Include a "Record of Amendments and Changes" Notice in the plan Include a "When & Where to Report Changes" notice in the Plan Make any sections of the plan that are subject to frequent changes either easily replaceable. So that old material may be crossed out and new data easily written in. The Organisation responsible for review should do the following :
Maintain a list of Plan holders based on the original distribution list Check all telephone numbers, persons named with particular responsibilities, and equipment locations and availability Distribute Changes. Changes should be consecutively numbered from ease of tracking. Attend any Plan Critics meetings & Issue Changes as may be required. Integrate changes with other related plans.
When a hazardous materials incident does occur, a review or critique of the incident is a means of evaluating the plan's effectiveness. Recommendations for conducting a incident review are : Assign responsibility for incident review to the same organisation that is responsible for plan update the planning team Conduct the review only after the emergency is under control and sufficient time has passed to allow emergency respondents to be objective about the incident. Use questionnaires, telephone interviews, or personal interviews to obtain comments and suggestions from emergency respondents. Follow up non-respondents. Identify plan and response deficiencies items that were overlooked improperly, identified, or were not effective. Convene the Planning team to review comments and make appropriate plan changes. Revise the plan as necessary. Communicate personal or departmental deficiencies informally to the appropriate person or department. Follow up to see that deficiencies are corrected. 24. INCIDENT INFORMATION SUMMARY.
Following is format of incident Information Summary. i. Date and time ii. Name of person receiving call iii. Name and telephone number of on -scene contact v. Near populations. vi. Nature ( e.g. Leak explosion, spill, VCE ) vii. Time of release viii. Possible health effects /medical emergency information. : ix. Number of dead or injured where dead / injured are taken: x. Name of material (s) released; if known xi. Characteristics of material ( e.g. Colour, smell, physical effects): only if readily detectable. xii. Present physical state of the material ( i.e. gas liquid, solid ) : xiii. Total amount of material that may be released. xiv. Other hazardous materials in area. xv. Amount of material released so far / duration of release : xvi. Whether significant amounts of the material appear to be entering the atmosphere, nearby water, storm drain, or soil.: xvii. Direction, height, colour, door of any vapour clouds or plumes: xviii. Weather conditions ( wind direction and speed ) xix. Local terrain conditions. Comment :-
Initial information is critical. Answers to some of these question may be unknown by the
caller, but it is important to gather as much information as possible very quickly in order to
facilitate decisions on public notification and evacuation. Some questions will apply to fixed
facility incidents and others will apply only to transportation incidents. Some questions will
apply specifically to air releases, while other questions will gather information about spills
onto the ground or into water. Identification numbers, shipping manifests and placard
information are essential to identify any hazardous materials involved in transportation
incidents, and to take initial precautionary and containment steps.
25. FIRE BRIGADE OFFICE CONTACT DETAILS
Name / Place
1. Fire Station Office
Off: 02482-233101 Chief Fire Officer Mobile 9325826063 Municipal Council 26. HAZMAT RESPONSE VAN
Keeping in view of the major accident prone areas in the jurisdiction namely Jalna district, a specialised HAZMAT team and van for road accidents shall be located at strategic point like District Collector office to respond to transportation emergencies as well as assistance to industries with limited resource. Equipment stored in HAZMAT van are special and specifically tailored to the road accidents hazards. HAZMAT team members from part of van equipment as one entry. The HAZMAT van will be driven to the scene of the accident by the incident commander or Field Incident Commander. During a minor emergency, the command post will serve as the primary point of control for management, communication and implementation of counter measures. During a moderate, major or catastrophic emergency, the command post will be supplemented by Emergency Control centre described in the next section. For all types of emergency, the HAZMAT team will maintain following resources in the HAZMAT van to support emergency command post duties in addition to items as mentioned in appendix • A functioning radio • Copies of this document ; MSDS sheets of all the chemicals used in the area; and other references as needed ; and • A response folder containing copies of checklists and work sheets to assure compliance with applicable procedures and to facilitate incident documentation. The command post shall be located upwind to assure a working environment safe from the effects of the incident. However the command post shall be close enough to the incident to permit observations and control of the site and ongoing operations. The command post serves as the point of perimeter control for the emergency. All access to and from the site is coordinated through the command post. PROPOSED HAZMAT RESPONSE VAN AND HAZMAT KIT
(Hazmat Response Van)
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING Chemical protective suits for SCBA Splash apron ( neoprene / butyl ) large Neoprene 14" gloves Viton 11" gloves Butyl 14" gloves Natural rubber gloves High voltage lineman's gloves Raingear ( Jacket, Pants ) Overall, abanda, TYVEK material, non-sparking zipper High visibility vests Goggles ( Polycarbonate lens ) Hard-hats with headband suspension Face shield ( full ) 10 x 19 x 0.060 Boots ( neoprene, steel toe and modsole) Turnout pants / jacket ( large ) BREATHING APPARATUS Positive pressure self - contained breathing apparatus Full face cartridge type respirator Cartridges GMC - H G, C, GMP, GMC - S B9 five - minute escape mask Three cylinder cascade with mainfold 3. LEAK CONTROL EQUIPEMNT Bungs ( for 55 gallon drum ) Drum gaskets ( 55 gallon ) Epoxy kit ( plug and dike series p-200 ) Caulking compound ( plug and dike 48p ) Patch Kit ( assorted patches ) ( plug and dike 24 - R, 16 - R, 8 - R) 4. MISCELLANEOUS Teflon thread 1" * 300 tape Barricade 3 / 4" * 50 yds ( red & white stripped ) tape Friction 3 / 4" * 300 tape Electrical 1" * 300 tape Box sealing / packing ( paper with glue backing ) tape Masking 1" * 300' Pipe pieces, assorted Pipe union, assorted Pipe caps, assorted Hose clamps, assorted Saddle clamps, assorted Couplings ( galvanised ), assorted Hand cleaner ( waterless ) Flashlight ( NS ) Large wheel chock Wooden stakes ( 18" ) Electric flares ( NS ) Reflective triangles 5. ABSORBENT AND CONTAINERS Absorbent Pads ( 3 M type 1557 - 3 / 8" * 36") ( 50 per bale ) Plastic can liners / bags ( 55 gallon ) Recovery drum sets 30,555,85 gallon Diatomaceous earth 3 cu. ft. bag Sponges 2" * 4" * 6" Nylon Salvage Covers ( vinyl laminated nylon ) 12" * 16" 6. NEUTRALISING AGENTS Acid neutralising agent ( neutrasorb 100 = box ) ( neutrasol 2 - 1 / 2 gallon container / carton ) Neutraliser Neutracit Chlorox 7. TOOLS AND HARDWARE Square end, assorted sizes Flathead, assorted sizes Phillipshead, No.2 - 8, No.4 - 8 wrenches Hex Key / Allen, assorted sizes Crescent Adjustable, assorted sizes Basen - adjustable ( 4" ) M70 pipe, assorted sizes Bung - universal ( NS ) Drum ( standard ) 17 - 1 / 2" length Socket ratchet 3 / 4" drive Socket 3 / 4" drive, assorted sizes Socket ratchet 1 / 2" drive 14 piece set 7 / 16" thr 1 - 1 / 2" Socket ratchet 1 / 2" drive Standard combination box / open end, assorted sizes Metric combination wrenches open / box 5 -25mm Bits, assorted sizes Drill ( electrical ) 1 / 2" chuck Drill set , assorted sizes ( short length ) Drill set , assorted sizes ( large diameter ) Slip joint 8" length 1" jaw Needle nosed 8", 6" plastic covered handles Vise grip ( straight jaw ) 10" Battery Vise brush 10" (NS) Curved claw 16oz Straight claw 16oz ( fibreglass handle ) paint brushes, 3", 4" polyester bristle Tape measure 3/8-x100' steel tape Folding ruler ( wooden ) 6' Welding kit two stage oxy-acetylene welding outfit with say-fuel thumb wheel torch Wood chisels, assorted size blade (plastic handle ) Cold chisels, assorted size blade Hacksaw 10"-12" adjustable Hacksaw blades 12 ( 24 teeth / inch high speed design 5 per package ) Pipe cutters 1/8"-2" Pry bar, assorted sizes Safety line 7/32-x100' roll ( 16" metal ) Broom, push 24" heads ( long wooden handle ) Lantern lights ( battery type ) Battery jumpers cables (8'-10') Drum dollies for 55 gallon drum Chemical bucket ( 5 gal ) butyl Dust pans( standard 12 " plastic ) 8. MONITORING EQUIPMENT Combustible gas and oxygen detector and calibration kit ( Ranges : 0-100%, LEL 0-5PPM, 0-24% Oxygen ) CO-indicator Multi gas detector kit ( extension hose, air current, kit tubes ) ( Draeger CH304 ) 0-13 Range, Battery pH paper (0-14) (Hydrin, ½ * 50 with dispenser ) Water sample test kit ( standard) Chromium test set Fluorescent dye ( red, green ) Ultraviolet light, hand held, 100 volts. Indication wind system AC, DC recording cup and vane anemometer with meter 9. MEDICAL FIRST AID Extinguisher capable of handling Class A,B, C and D fires ( No.20 ) First Aid kit ( 36 units ) Resuscitator ( B, W, S, CPR Portable with aspirator P/N 900-002-111-01 Wood fire blankets. 10. OXYGEN TRAUMA, FIRST AID BOX, EMERGENCY BOX KIT a. Oxygen Cylinder b. Burn sheets c. Rescue Blankets d. Oxygen breathing kit e. Instant Glucose f. Paramedic Scissors g. Bandage Scissors h. Forceps i. Suction Unit & Stat stick j. Ring cutter k. Cervical collar ( 3 sizes) l. Eye pads m. Tourniquets n. Multi-Trauma Dressings o. Adaptic Dressing p. Flexible Bandages q. Pocket Masks / Eye-Wash Bottle r. Orthopaedic stretcher. s. Bag mask resuscitator t. Mouth- to-mask u. Portable respirator v. Ophthalmic solution w. Bold-pressure equipment x. Gloves y. Portable lamps / Torches 11. MISCELLANEOUS a. Portable flood lights (500 4 nos. ) Portable Foam Extinguisher b. Telescopic flood light Portable D.C.P. extinguisher c. Emergency suits ( 4 nos. ) d. SCBA - 4 nos. Hydraulic cutter e. Hatler Battery operated Hydraulic spreader f. Hydraulic pump unit ( Portable ) 27. LIST OF HOSPITALS
(Public & Private)
Woman and Child Hospital
Dr. Golecha SS
Dr. Karwa Rajendra
Dr. Zanwar Dentist
DAY - AND - NIGHT CHEMISTS (MEDICAL STORES ) Telephone
Bhau Medical,Nutan vasahat,Jalna Shiv Krupa Medical, vasahat,Jalna Pawar Medical, Sanjay Nagar, Jalna
Jankalyan Blood Bank. Jalna Civil Hospital, Jalna Details of Heavy Equipment Cranes / Proclains 9890092896,9422290472 National crane services 9823045947,98901088868 28. LIST OF EXPERTS FOR JALNA DISTRICT
Mr. Ashish Mantri Solvent Extraction Safety Professional Mr. Sunil Raithatha 29. ANTIDOTES COMMONLY USED AGAINST SPECIFIC
Oral : 140 mg/kg initial does (Tylenol ®, Nebs#) acetylcysteine followed by 70 mg/kg every hours for 17 doses. Adults : 1 or 2 mg IV slowly ( 1mg/Minute,) Repeat in 20 minutes if no Reversal. Then 1 to 2 mg IV for recurrent least one of the Children : 0.5 mg IV (0.5 Readminister at 5-minute intervals to Maximum of 2 mg if symptoms persist, Repeat with lowest effective trial does if life-threatening symptoms recur. Cholinergic agents Cholinergic crisis Adults : 2 mg IV Children : 0.05 mg/kg Iv Bronchial secretions Cessation of secretions Excessive urination Defecation Convulsions Fasciculations Cyanide (potassium Sodium nitrite Adults : 300 mg IV (10 ml of Children : Dose based on serum hemoglobin Adults : 12.5 grams IV (50 ml of 25% Solution) Cobalt E.D.T.A Loading dose : 600 mg/kg (1 Oxalate crystals in ml absolute alcohol = 790 mg) IV in D5 W over 15 minutes. Maintenance dose : To maintain blood Level of 100 mg percent. It varies Depending on drinking history of patient. Specific Agent
Neuroleptic agents Loxapine succinate Oculogyric crisis Phenothiazenis Chlorpromazine (Thorpromazine #) Fluphenazine (Prolixin #) Thioridazine ( Mellaril #) Iron salts (ferrous Deferoxamine Shock and/or Coma : 15 (free serum iron Absence of Shock or coma but SI TIBC : 90 mg/kg IM every 8 hours* 3 doses Loading dose : 600 mg/kg/(1 ml absolute alcohol = 790 mg) IV in D2W over 15 Exceeding 20 mg% minutes. Maintenance Dose : To maintain blood levelof 100 mg percent. Varies depending on drinking history of the patient. Methemoglobinemia Methylene Producing agents ml/kg) of 1 percent solution. Nitrates/nitrites Note : Contraindicated in methemogloninemia secondary to sodium nitrite in cyanide poisoning. Specific Agent
Narcotic analgesics Adults : 0.8 mg IV, IM, SC. Children : 0.01 mg/kg, IV, Repeat at 10* (times) original dose if no response Cholinergic crisis Adults : 2 to 4 mg IV slowly; repeat every 10 to 30 minutes to attain and Bronchial secretions maintain atropinization Excessive urination (decreased bronchial Children : 0.05 mg/kg IV. Slowly repeat every 10 to 30 Profound weakness minutes to attain and Muscular twitching maintain atropinization (decreased bronchial secretions), After atropine; Adults : 1 g IV (500 mg/minute). Repeat * 3 at 8-10-12 hour intervals if muscle weakness not relieved. Children : 25 to 50 mg/kg IV. Repeat x 3 at 8-10-12 hour intervals if muscle weakness not relieved 30. FORMAT FOR COMMENTS/SUGGESTION FOR
To make any specific comments and/or suggestions for Plan improvement following format can be used. The Member Secretary Local Crisis Group, Jalna Area, Office Of the Jt.Director, Aurangabad Name of the Department/Agency: Suggestions for Plan improvement : Errors or inaccuracies noted in this plan : 31. GENERAL GUIDELINES IN DISASTER
(Personal Protection of Citizens)
Cover mouth and Nose with wet cloth Don't spread rumour Don't crowd at incident sight Walk fast at right angle to the wind direction Close doors and windows in case of toxic gas release Turn off LPG gas incase of inflammable Gas leakage Keep phone lines clear Inform Police & Fire brigade Follow direction from proper authority Keep the road clear Give way to Emergency vehicles immediately 32. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
( Response Personal Safety)
APPROACH CAUTIOUSLY FROM UPWIND. Resist the urge to rush in; others cannot be helped until the situation has been fully assessed. SECURE THE SCENE. Without entering the immediate hazard area, isolate the area and assure the safety of people and the environment, keep people away from the scene and outside the safety perimeter. Allow enough room to move your own equipment. IDENTIFY THE HAZARDS . Placards, container labels, shipping documents and / or expert persons on the scene are valuable information sources. Evaluate all available information and consult the recommended MSDS to reduce immediate risks. ASSESS THE SITUATION . Consider the following Is there a fire, a spill or a leak? What are the weather conditions? What is the terrain like ? Who/what is at risk: people, property or the environment ? What actions should be taken: Is an evacuation necessary ? Is diking necessary ? What resources(human and equipment) are required and are readily available ? What can be done immediately ? Advise your ECC notify responsible agencies and call for assistance from qualified personnel. DECIDE ON SITE ENTRY : Any efforts made to rescue persons, protect property or the environment must be weighed against the possibility that you could become part of the problem. Enter the area only when wearing appropriate protective gear (see the MSDS on protective clothing and equipments) RESPOND : Respond in an appropriate manner. Establish a command post and lines of communication. Rescue casualties where possible & evacuate if necessary. Maintain control of the site. Continually re-assess the situation & modify the response accordingly. The first duty is to consider the safety of the people in the immediate area, including your own. ABOVE ALL : Don't walk into or touch spilled materials. Avoid inhalation of fumes, smoke & vapours, even if no dangerous chemicals are known to the involved. Don't assume that the gases or vapours are harmless because of lack of smell – odourless gases or vapours may be harmful. 33. WATER REACTIVE CHEMICALS
(CONTAINMENT & CLEAN-UP)
Following is the list of chemicals which reacts with water & produces toxic vapours as mentioned below: Name of the Chemical Toxic Vapour Produced Methyldichlorosilane Methytrichlorosolane Tricholorosilane Calcium Phosphide Aluminium Phosphide Magnesium Aluminium Phosphide Sodium Phosphide Stannic Phosphide Stannous Chloride Lithium Hypochloride Potassium /Sodium Cyanide Aluminium Bromide Aluminium Chloride Antimony Pentafluoride Calcium Hypochlorites Phosphorus PentaChloride Phosphorus Pentasulphide Thionyl Chloride Sulpherdiochloride Chlorine dioxide, Hydrade 34. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET ( MSDS)
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