What is in place to protect me now?
Established agencies respond to emergency incidents within local communities in compliance with the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act. In our area the Montgomery and Greene Local Emergency Response Commission (MGLERC), Regional HazMat Team, Dayton Fire Department (DFD), and other agencies to address emergency incidents.

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1. What is a Risk Management Plan?
2. What kinds of chemicals are included?
3. Why is Risk Management Plan important?
4. What is the responsibility of facilities with these chemicals?
5. Who must comply with this law?
6. What is in place to protect me now?
7. Why must the City be involved?
8. Is it necessary for our facilities to use these chemicals?
9. What should I know about the City's use of these chemicals?
10. How will potential releases be prevented?
11. How will a release be handled?
12. What can I do?