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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
- Chapter 23. Disasters
- Section 75. Emergency Plans.
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. Emergency Planning Districts and Committees.
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. Plan Review; Incident Command Systems.
AS 26.23.075. Emergency Plans.
- (a) An emergency plan prepared under AS 26.23.073
- (1) identification of facilities subject to the requirements of 42 U.S.C. 11001 - 11005 that are within the emergency
planning district, identification of routes likely to be used for the transportation of substances on the list of
extremely hazardous substances referred to in 42 U.S.C. 11002(a), and identification of additional facilities
contributing or subjected to additional risk due to their proximity to facilities subject to the requirements of 42
U.S.C. 11001 - 11005 such as hospitals or natural gas facilities;
- (2) methods and procedures to be followed by facility owners and operators and local emergency and medical personnel to
respond to a release of hazardous substances or a release of substances on the list of extremely hazardous substances
referred to in 42 U.S.C. 11002(a);
- (3) designation of an emergency coordinator, as required under AS 26.23.060(d), and facility emergency coordinators, who
shall make determinations necessary to implement the emergency plan;
- (4) procedures providing reliable, effective, and timely notification by the facility emergency coordinators to persons
designated in the emergency plan, and to the public, that a release has occurred, consistent with the emergency
notification requirements of 42 U.S.C. 11004;
- (5) methods for determining the occurrence of a release and the area or population likely to be affected by that release;
- (6) a description of emergency equipment and facilities in the community and at each facility in the community subject to
the requirements of 42 U.S.C. 11001 - 11005, and an identification of the persons responsible for the equipment and
- (7) evacuation plans, including provisions for a precautionary evacuation and alternative traffic routes;
- (8) training programs, including schedules for training of local emergency response and medical personnel; and
- (9) methods and schedules for exercising the emergency plan.
- (b) An emergency plan prepared under AS 26.23.073
may include descriptions, procedures, and programs related to disasters other than those caused by releases of
- (c) Each emergency plan prepared under AS 26.23.073
must incorporate within it an incident command system. The incident command system must be substantially equivalent in
relevant respects to the incident command systems established under AS 46.04.200
- 46.04.210 and meet the requirements of AS 26.23.077
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