NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA
LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE

The North Central Florida LEPC (Formerly also referred to as District 3) has the responsibility to increase chemical safety in our communities. This is accomplished through increasing response capability and accident prevention. Our tools include planning, training, reviewing, exercising, offering How-to-Comply assistance, and educating the public.

Chemical releases and biological threats present dangers to first responders and the public. The North Central Florida Regional Hazardous Materials Response Team is one way that the LEPC is working to help keep our communities safe.


TrainingRegional Hazmat TeamEmergency PlanMeetings

Increasing Emergency Preparedness Using Hazards Analyses and CAMEO Class
Postponed to a later date

Tuesday, June 7, 2016, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm,
Gilchrist County Emergency Operations Center,
3250 North US Highway 129, Bell, FL
agenda, registration, map

Shelter In-Place Train-the-Trainer Class
Thursday, August 18, 2016, 2016, 9:00-9:30 am,
Bradford County Emergency Operations Center,
945-B North Temple Avenue Starke, FL

agenda, link to materials, map

North Central Florida Local Emergency Planning Committee
Thursday, August 18, 2016, 10:00 am,

Bradford County Emergency Operations Center,
945-B North Temple Avenue Starke, FL
agenda, packet, map

North Central Florida Regional Hazardous Materials Response Team
Thursday, August 18, 2016, 1:00 pm,
Bradford County Emergency Operations Center,
945-B North Temple Avenue Starke, FL

agenda, packet, map

 

The North Central Florida LEPC anticipates offering the following free hazmat classes. 
If interested in additional details, please contact LEPC staff
Dwayne Mundy at 352-955-2200 x108 or email mundy@ncfrpc.org.

Start
Date
Description Hours
8/15/2016 8-hour Awareness: Dixie County EOC 8 hours
8/18/2016

24-hour Operations: Dixie County EOC

24 hours

Available On
Request

Awareness, Operations, Technician, and various Refresher Training

4 or 8, 24, and 160 hours

 

(Meeting Materials Links should be active approximately one to two weeks prior to meeting)

The North Central Florida LEPC accepts
Tier II reports submitted online at http://erplan.net .
This LEPC Planning District now includes Marion and Levy Counties.

Back Forward

YouTube instructions on how to use E-Plan (erplan.net) for Tier 2 Reporting and
How to Comply manual with Tier 2 form and instructions.

What is New on reporting?
1) There are now two transportation related questions on the State Defined Fields Tab for each chemical.
2) Site plans are required to be submitted with all Tier 2 reports.

August 2015 Regional Evacuation Study Updates