Local Government Network Regional Workshop: Idaho Falls, June 5-8, 1995 Meeting Summary
Describes the events of the workshop which included participants from local jurisdictions along transportation corridors for U.S. Dept. of Energy's (DOE) radioactive materials, as well as local government participants representing fire & police departments, hazardous materials teams, & divisions of emergency management. Also included were participants from state governments, tribal & DOE representatives, & planning committee members from the Urban Energy & Transportation Corp. Includes route maps for transporting DOE materials.
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Appendix beneﬁt Boise bulletin board system bulletin boards Chemical Commodity ﬂow studies Computer Resources Contact Name Coordinator Department of Energy Dept discussed DOE shipments DOE transportation DOE-Idaho DOE’s Emergency Management Emergency Planning emergency preparedness Emergency Response Guidebook environmental ﬁles ﬁre Fire Department ﬁrst ﬁrst responder Fleming Gopher Government Network Group hazardous materials hazardous materials response hazardous materials transportation Hazrnat HMIX Idaho Falls Idaho National Engineering Idaho Technologies Incident command Incident command system INEL Internet involved Jenkins-Smith June Kansas City Local Government Network manual menu Morreale National Engineering Laboratory NCSL nitric acid Norfolk Ofﬁcer ofﬁcials Overview P.O. Box PC CHRIS personal protection equipment planning and response Pocatello Police public perceptions radioactive radioactive materials radiological response teams risk SALEMDUG speciﬁc spent nuclear fuel TEMAS topics transportation program tribal Type U.S. Department UETC Waste Policy Institute
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