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Planning and Conducting Drills in Washington State (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
12-08-002March 2012
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Author(s) Elin Storey
Description This manual is intended to help oil spill contingency plan holders better understand state requirements of Chapter 173-182 Washington Administrative Code (WAC). It also provides plan holders with assistance on designing, planning and evaluating their oil spill preparedness drills.
Drills are an important tool for an oil spill preparedness program. Washington’s regulated community (plan holders) develops oil spill contingency plans to ensure they can mount a timely and effective response if they have an oil spill. Drills test the effectiveness of the oil spill contingency plans.
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