•General industry is required to plan for emergencies under several different local, state and federal regulations. But what happens when an emergency leaves the property line and travels into the surrounding neighborhood or an off-site emergency affects a facility?
•A key step when planning for emergencies is to meet the professionals who will respond during an emergency and develop an awareness of the surrounding neighborhood.
•This article is based on a community emergency response exercise project developed by the Erie County (PA) Local Emergency Planning Committee. It discusses regulatory emergency planning requirements; preemergency planning and coordination between fixed facilities and emergency response agencies; development of emergency planning discussion points; and development of a community emergency response exercise framework.
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