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BCREPC Town Activities

4/12/2017
Barnstable
Working with the Barnstable Water Department to complete their OSHA Hazard Communication Standard written program, and re-designing their pump station site plans for emergency planning, response, and federal compliance.
4/11/2017BarnstableProvided mandatory OSHA compliant Hazard Communication Standard training and education to the Barnstable Water Department for a savings of approximately $1,000.00.
4/5/2017RegionalProvided Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for regional pre-planning of hazardous material incidents to four response agencies that serve Barnstable County; saving each agency $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
4/5/2017SandwichProvided the town of Sandwich with Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for pre-planning and response to hazardous material incidents; saving the town $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
4/5/2017BarnstableProvided the COMM Fire Department in Barnstable with Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for pre-planning and response to hazardous material incidents; saving the town $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
4/5/2017ChathamProvided the town of Chatham with Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for pre-planning and response to hazardous material incidents; saving the town $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
4/5/2017FalmouthProvided the town of Falmouth with Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for pre-planning and response to hazardous material incidents; saving the town $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
4/5/2017MashpeeProvided the town of Mashpee with Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for pre-planning and response to hazardous material incidents; saving the town $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
4/5/2017BarnstableProvided the town of Barnstable with Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for pre-planning and response to hazardous material incidents; saving the town $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
4/5/2017DennisProvided the town of Dennis with Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for pre-planning and response to hazardous material incidents; saving the town $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
4/5/2017YarmouthProvided the town of Yarmouth with Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for pre-planning and response to hazardous material incidents; saving the town $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
4/5/2017EasthamProvided the town of Eastham with Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency planning data for pre-planning and response to hazardous material incidents; saving the town $1,500.00 in subscription fees.
3/29/2017ProvincetownAssisted the Provincetown School district with hazardous materials chemical storage safety and compliance issues under SARA Title III in order to avoid enforcement action and save the town potential penalties/fines.
3/28/2017RegionalAssisted six Tier 2 facilities with correcting and finalizing their federally mandated hazardous chemical inventory reports. This chemical safety and emergency planning assistance saved each facility approximately $500 each in fees.
3/16/2017RegionalAchieved an increase of 100 facilities in regional safety compliance for hazardous materials inventory reporting and response planning. Office visits, workshops, and ongoing report guidance was provided in this federally enforced emergency preparedness process for report year 2016.
1/27/2017RegionalSaved facilities an average of $500 per report by providing assistance with their hazardous chemical emergency reports, required under SARA Title III. 37 facility representatives were guided via phone/email consultation, and 27 office help sessions took place.
1/19/2017RegionalProvided training to 41 municipal and private facility representatives on legal and technical reporting requirements and processes under the federal law of SARA Title III. Helped attendees complete hazardous chemical emergency reports that enable emergency pre-planning, response, and the protection of property, worker safety, and the environment.
12/8/2016RegionalProvided credentialed OSHA Hazard Communication Standard training for the Joint Base Cape Cod Fire Department, saving them approximately $6,400 in training costs. Guided the update of their corresponding HazCom written program. This department serves Joint Base Cape Cod and the surrounding towns of Falmouth, Bourne, Mashpee, and Sandwich, when needed.
10/24/2016RegionalProvided residential underground storage tank guidance and removal loan information in response to thirteen inquiries from across Barnstable County.
9/15/2016MashpeePresented information on winter emergency preparedness to members of the Mashpee Council on Aging.
9/14/2016RegionalFacilitated emergency response fire extinguisher training sessions in coordination with Barnstable Fire Department for the BCDHE Water Quality Laboratory staff.
9/9/2016RegionalProvided Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory training under SARA Title III for facilities in Bourne, Falmouth and Hyannis.
7/14/2016BourneProvided mandatory OSHA HazCom and GHS chemical awareness and identification training to nine ten personnel of the Bourne Fire Department, saving the town of Bourne Approximately $2,000 in training and consultant fees.
7/13/2016BourneProvided mandatory OSHA HazCom and GHS chemical awareness and identification training to nine personnel of the Bourne Fire Department, saving the town of Bourne approximately $1,800 in training and consultant fees.
7/12/2016BourneTrained 10 Bourne Fire Department personnel in mandatory Hazard Communication & GHS Hazmat Identification training, saving the town approximately $2,000 in consultant training fees.
7/11/2016BourneTrained twelve personnel from the Bourne Fire Department in mandatory OSHA HazCom and GHS trainings, saving the town of Bourne approximately $2,400 in consultant training fees.
7/6/2016RegionalHosting local Emergency Managers, public safety personnel and volunteer organizations to support regional sheltering.
6/30/2016RegionalWorking with MEMA to develop, support and finalize a revised Cape Cod Emergency Traffic Plan
6/21/2016SandwichServed as Situation Unit Leader for Barnstable County IMT supporting Town of Sandwich emergency drill.
6/21/2016DennisWorking with D-Y School District facilities manager and Dennis Police Chief to secure funding for generator expansion at D-Y High School Regional Emergency Shelter.
6/13/2016RegionalWorking with the Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District (SRPEDD) / Homeland Security Council to support funding and assistance to the regional shelter program.
6/13/2016DennisAssisted the Town of Dennis in potential acquisition of regional emergency cache site equipment.
6/10/2016RegionalProvided Right to Know/Hazardous Chemical Awareness and Identification training to 32 employees of the BCDHE Water Laboratory and town Health Departments. This is an mandatory, annual training that saved the County approximately $4,600.00 in consultant training fees.
6/10/2016RegionalProvided mandatory OSHA Hazard Communication/MGL 111f training for ten employees of the BCDHE water laboratory. This provided a cost savings in training fees to the county in the amount of $2,000.00
6/10/2016FalmouthSaved the town of Falmouth $400.00 in training fees by providing mandatory Hazard Communication/MGL 111f training under OSHA for their Health Department staff.
6/10/2016BarnstableSaved the town of Barnstable $200.00 in training fees by providing mandatory, annual Hazard Communication Standard and MGL 111f training for their hazardous materials specialist.
6/8/2016RegionalProvided mandatory OSHA Hazard Communication/MGL 111f training for eight employees of the BCDHE water laboratory. This provided a cost savings in training fees to the county in the amount of $1,600.00
6/8/2016BourneSaved the town of Bourne $400.00 in training fees by providing their Health Department staff with mandatory Hazard Communication Standard/MGL 111f training.
5/28/2016BarnstableProvided Potassium Iodide (KI) pills to 20 families in the Town of Barnstable and provided information as part of the radiation emergency preparedness planning booth at the Well Baby Fair in Hyannis.
5/28/2016BarnstableProvided Emergency Preparedness and Response education resources and Potassium Iodide (KI - for radiation emergency preparedness) to 24 residents of the Town of Barnstable and the Well Baby Fair; held at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center.
5/28/2016BarnstableProvided Potassium Iodide (KI) pills to 20 families in the Town of Barnstable, and provided information on family emergency preparedness and radiation emergency preparedness t the Well Baby Fair in Hyannis. The total cost savings of this service to the town was $263.00
5/25/2016RegionalProvided mandatory OSHA Hazard Communication/MGL 111f training for four employees of the BCDHE water laboratory. This provided a cost savings in training fees to the county in the amount of $800.00
5/9/2016RegionalWorking with Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District (SRPEDD) / Homeland Security Council to support funding and assistance to the regional shelter program.
5/9/2016RegionalWorking with MEMA to develop, support and finalize a revised Cape Cod Emergency Traffic Plan and JBCC sheltering operations.
5/6/2016RegionalSubmitted a regional firefighter safety grant to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
4/19/2016RegionalWorking with Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District (SRPEDD) / Homeland Security Council to support funding and assistance to the regional shelter program.
4/12/2016MashpeeProvided presentations to elders at the Mashpee Senior Center and the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Governance Center on "All Hazards Emergency Preparedness and Safety."
3/19/2016RegionalWorking with MEMA to develop, support and finalize a revised Cape Cod Emergency Traffic Plan
3/11/2016RegionalAssisted 83 facilities and private industry businesses in Barnstable County with their annual, mandatory Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filings for emergency planning and response, under the federal law of EPCRA. These town and private facilities were saved approximately $33,200.00 in contractor fees.
3/2/2016RegionalHosting local Emergency Managers, town public safety officials and volunteer organizations to support regional sheltering.
2/9/2016RegionalProvided Tier 2 hazardous chemical reporting assistance at two computer workshops to 15 facilities representing seven towns on Cape Cod. Estimated filing fees saved through these public service efforts is approximately $7,500.00.
2/9/2016RegionalFacilitated a computer compliance workshop for 15 facility representatives and provided guidance on filing their mandatory, annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency reports for RY 2015. Each facility was saved approximately $300 in contractor compliance fees, for a total savings of $4,500.00
2/9/2016RegionalFacilitated a second computer compliance workshop for 12 facility representatives to provide guidance on filing their mandatory, annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical emergency reports for RY 2015. Each facility was saved approximately $300 in contractor compliance fees for a total savings of $3,600.00
2/9/2016RegionalSubmitted 3-year grant to NOAA for regional preparedness, StormReady program and K-12 education.
2/8/2016RegionalOperated the MACC (Multi-Agency Coordination Center) Operations for regional resource coordination and response during blizzard.
1/16/2016RegionalTrained the DFS District 1 HazMat Team of Southeast Mass in Tier 2 hazardous chemical computer database technology updates and resources. This training will empower the team with more informed pre-planning and regional coordination tools for safe, efficient hazmat incidence responses across Cape Cod.
1/8/2016RegionalConducted Tier 2 Hazmat Inventory First Responder Training for the 55 members of the Massachusetts District 1 HazMat Response Team and facilitated CAMEO hazmat database training. This saved the District 1 team approximately $1,000.00 in training fees.
1/8/2016RegionalSaved the town fire departments of Barnstable and Nantucket counties a total of $24,000.00 by creating an database access profile to view hazardous chemical inventory data from each town for emergency planning and response. Educated the town fire chiefs on the emergency planning benefits of this data, and how I am the liaison to assist with future hazardous chemical compliance, response and safety training services.
1/5/2016SandwichProvided mandatory OSHA Right to Know/GHS hazardous chemical safety and identification training for eight personnel of the Sandwich Fire Department, saving the Town of Sandwich approximately $1,600.
1/5/2016SandwichProvided the mandatory OSHA Right to Know/Hazardous Chemical Awareness & Identification training to the Sandwich Fire Department, saving the town of Sandwich approximately $6,800.00 in consultant training fees.
12/30/2015RegionalPlanned and facilitated three Volunteer Reception Center (VRC) drills to recruit, process and deploy non-emergency and emergency event volunteers who are unaffiliated. These lower, mid and upper Cape pre-designated locations were tested with volunteer agency staffing and included a live walk-through drill. VRCs save the towns, particular Police and Fire departments, roughly $5000.00 per drill/deployment in staffing, administration fees, police detail, fire department backfill and the consolidation of multi-agency services/tasks in an emergency incident.
12/17/2015SandwichSaved the town of Sandwich $2,600 in training fees by providing the mandatory OSHA Right to Know/Globally Harmonzied System (GHS) Chemical Identification refresher course to thirteen personnel at the Sandwich Fire Department.
12/14/2015SandwichProvided Hazard Communication/Right to Know and Globally Harmonized System (GHS) hazmat identification training to 15 Sandwich Command Staff Police and Fire Department personnel. This saved the town of Sandwich approximately $3,000.00 in training fees.
11/18/2015BrewsterProvided mandatory, credentialed Right to Know hazardous chemical awareness and GHS chemical identification training to 16 members of the Brewster Fire Department. This saved the town of Brewster approximately $3,200.00 in training fees.
11/18/2015BrewsterProvided mandatory OSHA Right to Know/Hazardous Chemical Awareness & Identification safety training to the Brewster Fire Department, saving the town of Brewster approximately $3,600.00 in consultant training fees.
10/28/2015YarmouthSaved the Dennis-Yarmouth School District $2,800 by providing Right to Know/Hazard Communication training and reference materials for the high school science department. Trained 13 science teachers in hazardous chemical characteristics, health and physical hazards, exposure control, personal protective equipment and the Global Harmonization System of chemical identification.
10/21/2015MashpeeProvided an "all hazards" emergency preparedness education session and resources for residents of the Southport retirement community.
9/24/2015RegionalSaved the town fire departments of Barnstable County and Nantucket County a total of $24,000 by facilitating an access profile to view hazardous chemical inventory data from each town. Educated the town fire chiefs on the emergency planning benefits of this data, and how I can help with future hazardous chemical compliance and safety training services.
9/19/2015FalmouthProvided preparedness education, information handouts and emergency sheltering resources to 150 attendees at the Falmouth Emergency Preparedness Fair.
8/19/2015NantucketProvided two OSHA Hazard Communication Standard/Right to Know training sessions to 15 town employees at a savings of $3,000 to the town of Nantucket. Two hours of professional credits were provided to four Nantucket first responders as well.
7/22/2015EasthamProvided mandatory Right to Know Hazard Communication Standard training and hazardous chemical identification training to the Eastham Police Department.
7/16/2015EasthamProvided mandatory Right to Know Hazard Communication Standard training and hazardous chemical identification training to the Eastham Police Department.
7/8/2015RegionalTrained nine employees from the Barnstable County Regional Water Testing Lab in OSHA Right to Know/MGL 111f: hazardous materials awareness, personal protective equipment and chemical identification.
7/2/2015BarnstablePlanned and implemented a public event to educate approximately 60 people on the topics of water and sun, emergency preparedness and safety in coordination with the Barnstable Fire Department, Town of Barnstable Harbormaster, Sea Sports of Hyannis, and the USCG Auxillary.
6/25/2015RegionalTrained 150 community water system directors and operators from southeast Massachusetts/Cape Cod in emergency response planning, industry safety and a Hazard Communication Standard review at the Mass Maritime Academy.
6/10/2015BourneConducted a half day safety education session for 12 boatyard employees of yacht yards in Cataumet. The session saved these private companies approximately $3,600 in training fees.
5/28/2015RegionalProvided OSHA Hazard Communication training for six new summer employees at BCDHE, saving the County approximately $1,200.00 in training costs.
3/5/2015OrleansAssisted the town of Orleans Police Department with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/28/2015ChathamAssisted Outermost Harbor with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/28/2015DennisAssisted the town of Dennis with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/27/2015BrewsterAssisted the town of Brewster with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/27/2015EasthamAssisted the town of Eastham with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/27/2015BarnstableAssisted New Colony Oil with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/27/2015ProvincetownAssisted Cape Cod Oil with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventories under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/27/2015BrewsterAssisted the Brewster Water Department with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventories under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/27/2015BarnstableAssisted Viola Associates with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/26/2015FalmouthAssisted the Falmouth Ice Arena with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/26/2015MashpeeAssisted Mashpee Neck Marina with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/26/2015FalmouthAssisted the town of Falmouth with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventories under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/26/2015YarmouthAssisted EF Winslow with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/24/2015RegionalPlanned, implemented and completed a FEMA sponsored regional Volunteer Reception Center (VRC) tabletop exercise in preparation for volunteer processing during times of emergency or disaster on Cape Cod.
2/23/2015SandwichAssisted the town of Sandwich Police Department and Fire Department with the planning of the annual BCREPC tabletop exercise for hazardous materials spill response.
2/20/2015TruroAssisted the town of Truro with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventories under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/20/2015SandwichAssisted the town of Sandwich with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventory under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/17/2015EdgartownAssisted the town of Edgartown with the first time filing of four Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventories under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/14/2015RegionalProvided MACC Operations to support resource requests and other storm-related issues for February winter storm / blizzard.
2/12/2015NantucketAssisted the Nantucket Memorial Airport with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $400 in contractor fees.
2/10/2015BourneAssisted JP Noonan Transport with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
2/9/2015DennisAssisted the D-Y Regional School District with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
2/9/2015ProvincetownAssisted the Provincetown Municipal Airport with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $200 in contractor fees.
2/6/2015ChathamAssisted with Tier 2 reporting for four Chatham Water hazmat facilities.
2/6/2015OrleansAssisted with the filing of 7 Tier 2 hazmat inventory reports for Orleans DPW and Harbormaster.
2/6/2015BourneAssisted Bourne Police Department with their Tier 2 filing for 2014.
2/6/2015ProvincetownAssisted with the filing of the Provincetown Municipal Airport Tier 2 report for 2014.
2/6/2015BourneAssisted the Bourne Integrated SWM facility with their Tier 2 hazmat filing for 2014.
2/6/2015SandwichAssisted 4 facilities in the Town of Sandwich with their Tier 2 hazmat filings for 2014.
2/6/2015RegionalAssisted eight facilities in Barnstable County with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filings utilizing the new Tier 2 Manager software for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $300 each in training/contractor fees.
2/6/2015RegionalPlanned and implemented a computer workshop to assist multiple facilities on Cape Cod with the filing of their Tier 2 hazardous chemical facility inventories under SARA Title III for RY 2014.
2/5/2015BarnstableAssisted Barnstable Police Department with their Tier 2 hazmat report for 2014.
2/5/2015BarnstableAssisted Hyannis Water Department with their Tier 2 hazmat filing for 4 facilities for 2014.
2/5/2015ChathamAssisted 1 Chatham facility with their Tier 2 hazmat filing for 2014.
2/5/2015BarnstableAssisted the Hyannis Water District with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
2/5/2015BarnstableAssisted the Barnstable Police Department with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $200 in contractor fees.
2/5/2015ChathamAssisted the Ryder's Cove Boat Yard with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $400 in contractor fees.
2/4/2015BarnstableAssisted the Hyannis Youth and Community Center with their Tier 2 hazmat filing for 2014.
2/3/2015RegionalAssisted the Plymouth Brockton Bus Company with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
1/30/2015NantucketAssisted the Nantucket DPW with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $400 in contractor fees.
1/28/2015RegionalAssisted 44 facility representatives with an educational workshop and information for their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. Each facility was saved approximately $200 in contractor training fees.
1/26/2015ChathamAssisted the Chatham DPW with their Tier 2 filing for 2014.
1/26/2015BarnstableAssisted Barnstable Water District with their Tier 2 hazmat filing for 2014.
1/26/2015ChathamAssisted the Chatham DPW with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
1/26/2015BarnstableAssisted the Barnstable Water District with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
1/26/2015BarnstableAssisted the Hyannis Youth and Community Center with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
1/26/2015RegionalProvided MACC Operations to support regional shelters and resource coordination and acquisition for January Blizzard.
1/24/2015FalmouthAssisted Falmouth Hospital with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $400 in contractor fees.
1/23/2015BarnstableAssisted a facility in Osterville with their annual Tier 2 hazmat filing for 2014.
1/23/2015BarnstableAssisted the Crosby Yacht Yard with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
1/23/2015RegionalAssisted the Barnstable County Sheriff's Office with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $400 in contractor fees.
1/22/2015BarnstableAssisted 7 town representatives with Tier 2 hazmat education and compliance at a workshop.
1/21/2015BourneAssisted the Upper Cape Technical High School with their annual Tier 2 hazmat filing.
1/21/2015BourneAssisted the Upper Cape Technical High School with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
1/20/2015DennisAssisted Mid Cape Home Centers with four separate 2014 Tier 2 hazmat filings for Barnstable County.
1/20/2015DennisAssisted the Mid Cape Home Centers in Dennis/Orleans/Wellfleet with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
1/19/2015BarnstableProvided regional Tier 2 hazardous chemical reporting education/workshop facility representatives on Cape Cod.
1/16/2015BourneAssisted the Buzzards Bay Water District with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
1/15/2015BarnstableAssisted Amerigas of Hyannis with 3 facility Tier 2 hazmat filings for 2014.
1/15/2015BarnstableAssisted Amerigas-Hyannis with their annual Tier 2 hazardous chemical inventory filing for RY 2014. The facility was saved approximately $500 in contractor fees.
1/9/2015BarnstableFacilitated a regional workshop for Tier 2 hazardous chemical reporting compliance for 10 towns in Barnstable County.
1/6/2015BourneFacilitated Tier 2 filing for Amerigas Sagamore. The facility was saved $400 in compliance costs.
1/6/2015BarnstableFacilitated Tier 2 filing for Amerigas Hyannis. The facility was saved $400 in compliance costs.
1/5/2015SandwichCompleted Tier 2 reporting for Sandwich Marina. The facility was saved $400 in compliance costs.
1/5/2015SandwichFacilitated Tier 2 filing for Amerigas Sandwich. The facility was saved $400 in compliance costs.
4/13/0017BarnstableProvided two hours of SARA Title III training and compliance guidance to S-L Distribution, which improves hazardous materials emergency planning for Barnstable, saves this business money in terms of consulting fees, and facilitates worker safety at their facility.