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ONE PLAN RESPONSE

Brought to you by Ammonia Safety Training Institute, the One Plan, is a 30-minute Incident Action Plan for an emergency response team to utilize during an emergency at a facility with a potential chemical outbreak. 

OPERATIONAL PLANS: 30-MINUTE PLAN

There are four color-coded phases of emergency response: Blue -Discovery, Green- Initial Response, Red – Sustained Response, and Orange – Termination of the emergency event. Technician responders that are trained and equipped to work in the danger area will complete the task list outlined on the 30-Minute Plan.

Playbooks

BLUE

Provides the Plant Command Team with priority life safety, alert, notification, command, and evacuation concerns.

GREEN

Identifies how to perform a CAN report that links to emergency shutdown and critical life safety concerns within the designated hazard zone.

RED

Gives the technician responders pre-entry safety information and component-specific isolation and control information.

ORANGE

Provides a termination order, restart and recovery safety measures, a debriefing method, and crisis management command team approaches.

Master Maps

The Master Map playbook identifies the various hazard zones within the plant and nine special emphasis maps that provide insight about utilities, monitoring systems, medical and decontamination stations, downwind and downstream control issues.

Plant Command team

Four command positions are uniquely critical to the outcome of an incident.

PLANT INCIDENT COMMANDER

Provides the Plant Command Team with priority life safety, alert, notification, command, and evacuation concerns.

EVACUATION GROUP SUPERVISOR

Identifies how to perform a CAN report that links to emergency shutdown and critical life safety concerns within the designated hazard zone.

LEAD RESPONDER

Gives the technician responders pre-entry safety information and component-specific isolation and control information.

NOTIFICATION UNIT LEADER

Provides a termination order, restart and recovery safety measures, a debriefing method, and crisis management command team approaches.

ABOUT ASTI

Established in 1987, the Ammonia Safety & Training Institute (ASTI) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to making ammonia (NH3) the safest managed hazardous material in the world. Bringing together leaders from industry and public safety organizations with hundreds of years of combined experience, ASTI provides safety management support through effective use of Prevention, Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery (PMPRR) training. All courses meet OSHA standards.

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