Regional Response Team IX

AZ, NV, CA - RRT IX

 
Site Contact:
William Jones/LCDR Erin O'Donnell
RRTIX Co-Coordinators

(Jones.bill@epa.gov/Erin.K.O'Donnell@uscg.mil)

Site Location:
AZ, NV, CA 94501
nrt.org/RRTIX

REGIONAL CONTINGENCY PLAN (RCP): CLICK "ALL DOCUMENTS" ON THE RIGHT. 

RRT IX SUMMER MEETING - IN PERSON!

JULY 12

1230 – 1245       Welcome & Introductions

1245 – 1415       Featured Topic: “Product Pipelines in Region IX” - US DOI/BSEEE, US DOT/PHMSA,

CA State Fire Marshall, Kinder Morgan

1415 – 1430       Break -- Networking Opportunity

1430 – 1630       “PIPELINE P00547 Spill: After Action Discussion”

1630                    Adjourn                            

*** OPTIONAL EVENING SOCIAL EVENT  [TBA] ***

JULY 13

0900 – 1100        RRT IX Member Agency Updates

1100 – 1115         Break -- Network Opportunity

1115– Noon         RRT9 Strategic Planning Discussion

Noon – 1300        Lunch/Networking Opportunity (Scrubs Café is an on-campus dining option)

1300 – 1500         Safety Workshop: The Importance of Safety Before, During, and After a Response

1500                     Adjourn

Virtual Participation Option: MSTeams: Click here to join the meeting or audio only:  +1 619-375-3276,,73914774#

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About Us: RRT9 is a multi-agency coordination group concerned with preparedness and response to oil and hazardous substance spills on land in Arizona, California and Nevada, and in the coastal marine environment of California. The co-chairs are the U.S Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Coast Guard.

Mission: The mission of RRT9 is to ensure coordinated, efficient, and effective support of the federal, state, tribal, local, and international responses to significant oil and hazardous substance incidents within the Pacific Southwest Region as mandated by the National Contingency Plan (NCP) 40 CFR Parts 300-399.

Coordinators: Your RRT9 Coordinators are LCDR Erin O'Donnell for the USCG (Erin.K.O'Donnell@uscg.mil) and Bill Jones for EPA (jones.bill@epa.gov). See the Contacts on the right for more information.