The Fort Bend County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) was formed in the summer of 1987 under federal requirements of the Emergency Planning Community Right-to-know Act (EPCRA) and the Texas Hazard Communications Act of 1986.
The LEPC works with city/county offices of emergency management to plan emergency response for a chemical release from industrial facilities and transportation sources such as pipelines, rail cars, and tanker trucks.
Membership in the Fort Bend County LEPC comes from different organizations including industry, fire departments, emergency medical services, law enforcement, city/county emergency management, and county residents. This sharing of knowledge and resources maximizes the coordination of the LEPC.
The Chairman, Vice Chairman, and Secretary/Treasurer are all elected by the members of the LEPC. Pictured are the current Officers of the Fort Bend County LEPC:
Chairman: Raymond Engelhardt, Safety Specialist, NRG Energy
Vice Chairman: Shayne Carter, Safety Specialist, Fluor Corporation
Secretary/Treasurer: Denise Lee, EHS and Security Manager, John Crane Production Solutions
Contact our Officers by email at: email@example.com
You can visit this webpage directly at: http://www.fbclepc.org
Join our LEPC or update your contact info: http://www.fbcoem.org/go/survey/1528/19118/LEPC-Membership-Update
March 20, 2014
Tier 2 Chemical Inventory Reporting: Submission deadline is March 1st each year!
Chairman's Letter requesting donations to the FBC LEPC ( PDF Document - 32.14 KB)
LEPC Tier II Donation Letter.pdf
Tax-deductible donation form to the FBC LEPC ( PDF Document - 32.86 KB)
TIER II Donation Form.pdf
Commodity Flow Study conducted by Texas Transportation Institute ( PDF Document - 1.18 MB)
PowerPoint presentation about the FBC LEPC ( Uploaded File - 958.46 KB)
March 20, 2014
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