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Program Information Chemical Emergency CEPACCEPAC Publications Resources and Links Location and Directions
Chemical and Physical Hazards 7:45 am - 4:45 pmMon - Fri
Chemical Emergency CEPAC8:00 am - 4:00 pmMon - Fri
The Chemical Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council (CEPAC) of Franklin County serves as the official Local Emergency Committee. This council performs the duties outlined in Title III (Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act) of the Superfund Amendments Reauthorization Act (SARA) (United States Public Law 99-499 and Chapter 3750 of the Ohio Revised Code and as appointed by the State of Ohio.
These powers and duties outlined in the law require CEPAC to perform the following:
CEPAC maintains public reports and chemical inventory information. Find out how you can request this type of information in this
Community Right-to-Know informational sheet
Chemical ReportingHow to File a Chemical Report
CEPAC Council Meetings
Held three times a year, beginning at 9:00 am, at the Columbus Public Health (240 Parsons Ave, Columbus, OH). Call 614-645-6275 for information.
Need a speaker or want to learn more about chemical emergency preparedness?
CEPAC offers an informative 20-minute presentation on the Emergency Plan for Franklin County. CEPAC can show a short Shelter-in-Place video and provide information on bioterrorism and weapons of mass destruction.
Call 614-645-6275 for more information.