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View Lesson 50. Individual sections can be accessed below.
- Recognize the need for developing an Emergency Action Plan.
- Identify the steps involved in reporting and responding to a manure spill.
- Identify activities related to their manure management system that may lead to an increased environmental or human health risk.
- Be prepared to develop an Emergency Action Plan for their facility.
- What is an Emergency Action Plan and Why Have One?
- Types of Emergencies
- Manure Spills, Accidents, and Discharges
- Confined Spaces and Manure Pits
- Plan Components
- Creating a Community Response Plan
- Partnerships: Animal Producers and Regulatory Agencies
- APPENDIX A
- APPENDIX B
- Complete an assessment of the emergency response principles that have been implemented on your livestock/poultry operation.
- Discuss the events surrounding previous manure spills.
- Develop a Spill Response Plan.
Author: Ron Sheffield