The law required underground coal mine operators to develop emergency response plans that contain several components designed to improve accident preparedness and response, including providing a refuge of air to miners trapped underground after an accident and wireless communications systems.
What does ERP stand for?
ERP stands for Emergency Response Plan
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We have 316 other meanings of ERP in our Acronym Attic
- Electronic Resource Planning
- Electronic Retail Payment
- Electronic Road Pricing
- Electronic Road Pricing (Singapore roads)
- Elevation Reference Point
- Emergency Ration Pack
- Emergency Reconstruction Project (World Bank)
- Emergency Recovery Plan
- Emergency Rehabilitation Project (World Bank)
- Emergency Residence Project (Ames, IA)
- Emergency Response Procedure
- Emergency Room Physician
- Emerson Radio and Phonograph Company
- Emissions Reduction Plan (various organizations)
- Emissions Reduction Project (various organizations)
- Emitter, Receiver, Processor
- Emmaus Road Publishing (Steubenville, OH)
- Employee Referral Program
- Employee Retention Program/Plan
- Employee Review Panel
Samples in periodicals archive:
In general, it takes much more time and effort training and qualifying staff in emergency response than it takes to write an emergency response plan.
Overall, SDDC is now better able to manage military logistics, implement emergency response plans, and save time and resources.
An emergency response plan implemented in Nashoba Regional School District in Massachusetts informed parents that in the event of a terrorist attack they were "not to come to the school site but rather await instructions on where and how to pick up your children.
This highly informative book designs and implements effective contingency and/or emergency response plans for industrial clients.
Phases of conducting a drill include: * An emergency response plan needs to be in place and supported by administration.
In its 279-page "State and Local Guide for All-Hazard Emergency Operations Planning," updated in September 1996, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recommends that a wide range of community groups--such as local media, social service agencies, churches and labor unions--help local officials create their emergency response plans.