Local Emergency Planning Committee
The Title III Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA) of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) requires emergency planning districts to establish a Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). The activities of this committee include among other things, maintenance of a Community Emergency Response Plan for chemical accidents, receiving chemical reports from subject facilities, and making that information available to the public. In addition to these requirements, the City of Danbury LEPC will also be heavily involved with all-hazard emergency planning efforts within the Danbury community.
Tier II Reporting
Planning to Emergency Action
Local businesses can do much to prepare for the impact of natural hazards, human-caused hazards or technology related hazards. Now your business can electronically submit your specific emergency action plan to Danbury emergency services officials. As we look to the future, our collective vision will be to provide first responders with this very important information specific to your business. The information contained in your emergency action plan will enhance the first responder agencies responding to an incident at your business. By adopting the “all hazards approach" to emergency action planning, our community continues to strive toward a culture of preparedness thus enhancing our framework of partnership and resilience.
Electronic submissions may be securely made to your plan to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com Emergency Action Email. mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com
If you would like/need to submit physical copies of your report then please send it to the address listed below and the plan will be distributed as required. We request that a site plan is included as well (if possible).
Mail-in submissions may be securely made out to:
Attn: Matthew Cassavechia (LEPC Chairperson)
155 Deer Hill Avenue
Danbury, CT 06810