National Contingency Planning
Under the National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan, commonly called the National Contingency Plan, spill and hazardous substance releases are managed through a coordinated response by responders using contingency plans.
This course will focus on the following key provisions of the National Contingency Plan: National and Regional Response Teams; roles and responsibilities of the National Response Team and On-Scene Coordinator; response actions to discharges of oil or hazardous waste; on-scene general pattern of response; hazard ranking system; area response drills and facility response plans; and removal and response actions.
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