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Before responding to an emergency, an employee must be trained to the level of duties and functions required of them. Any employee who may witness or discover a hazardous substance release should receive First Responder— Awareness Level training.

Employees expected to respond in a defensive manner to protect nearby persons, property and/or the environment must receive 8 hours of training. Training at the First Responder—Operations Level includes acting in a defensive fashion within the limitations of training and resources.

Advanced training is required to respond to a release aggressively. This includes stopping the leak and cleanup operations.

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This is the largest conference of its kind on the East Coast. Many networking opportunities with safety professionals and awesome vendors! Please join us in the name of safety! The Conference shall function as a non-political, non-commercial organization with special emphasis on accident prevention and safety motivation.