Emergency Response Procedures: Responding to Natural Gas Leaks

Natural gas is a relatively inexpensive and clean way of providing hot water and heat. If it leaks, however, it can present a tremendous danger to anyone in your facility and surrounding areas. A natural gas explosion can level a building, severely damage or spread fire to surrounding structures, and cause serious injuries and deaths.

This and every other type of potential disaster we can think of has been conveniently bound in a flipbook that provides bullet point reminders of what to do before, during or after an event. Every department in your district should maintain at least a minimum standard of emergency response preparedness, and having one of the Pool’s convenient disaster flipbooks on hand is the least you can do to prepare your district to respond to emergency situations and natural disasters.

Our Emergency Response Procedures flipbook features advice for coping with just about any emergency situation that you can imagine. If you would like a copy of our flipbook, please visit our website.


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