The role of the LEPC is to form a partnership with local governments and industries as a resource for enhancing hazardous materials preparedness. Local governments are responsible for the integration of hazmat planning and response within their jurisdiction. This includes ensuring the local hazard analysis adequately addresses hazmat incidents; incorporating planning for hazmat incidents into the local emergency management plan and annexes; assessing capabilities and developing hazmat response capability using local resources, mutual aid and contractors; training responders; and exercising the plan.
These regularly-scheduled meetings feature subject matter experts speaking on contemporary best practices of business continuity and disaster recovery. Businesses in Tooele County are encouraged to be a part of TP# to help make sure their business is ready for emergencies and disasters.
Emergency Managers Council
A council made up of various emergency management stakeholders with agencies, industries, businesses, and organizations to coordinate and collaborate on training and exercises for Tooele County.
Ready Tooele Schools
Ready Tooele Schools is a quarterly meeting to assists all schools in Tooele County with Continuity planning and reunification and other issues in disasters relating to schools
By bringing organizations from all over the county together we promote communication and collaboration among organizations in planning for and responding to disasters in order to improve disaster preparedness throughout Tooele County, increase the effectiveness of our collective response, minimize the duplication of resource, and provide more efficient services to those affected by disasters.
Community and Faith Based Collaboration
Meeting held monthly for faith based partners to learn how to communicate and interact with Tooele County Emergency Management. This collaboration also helps faith based organizations with their congregational plans and continuity after a disaster.