Emergency Response

This article recently appeared in BNA's Environment Reporter and discusses the importance of an Emergency Response Plan, especially given the federal regulations that require some facilities to resubmit their risk management plans by June 21, and outlines how to develop and implement a plan.

The authors, David B. Graham, a partner with Kaufman & Canoles, and Thomas Johns, Kaufman & Canoles' Operations Director, argue that the Emergency Response Plan is an investment. Reproduced with permission from Daily Environment Report, No. 52, pp. B-1 - B-5 (March 18, 2004). Copyright 2004 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033).

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