When disaster strikes, the first thing scrutinized is the company’s preparedness and contingency planning. PTP can help.
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There are several regulatory requirements pointing to the need for an effective contingency plan.

PTP has extensive experience in preparing these plans and rolling the core requirements into an Integrated Contingency plan, or, The One Plan.  Here are three examples when you need a contingency plan:

SPCC Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure – If your facility stores more than 1,320 gallons of oil on site, chances are you need an SPCC plan. The SPCC rules require that businesses utilize and maintain Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure plans according to what’s outlined in 40 CFR 112.
RCRA Contingency Plan – If you are a Large Quantity Generator of Hazardous Waste, you need a robust prevention and contingency plan.  The Emergency Coordinators need to be identified,  Spill Response Procedures put in writing, and Methods for Communication addressed.

Safety – Fire and Medical plans need to be in writing, including methods for conducting “head counts” and building sweeps. Preventative measures must me addressed.

Written plans do not need to be verbose to be effective.  Let PTP help you streamline and modernize your plan.

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