Appendix G
Memorandum of Understanding Between Deseret Chemical Depot and Tooele County for Information Exchange

TOOELE COUNTY CORPORATION

CONTRACT # 01-11-07

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

BETWEEN DESERET CHEMICAL DEPOT AND TOOELE COUNTY

FOR INFORMATION EXCHANGE

1. PURPOSE

This Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by and between Deseret Chemical Depot (DCD) and Tooele County outlines a cooperative, coordinated and pro-active information exchange process. It is designed by the parties to include planning considerations, hazard assessment and mitigation, coordinated emergency response, and effective protective enhanced state of emergency response readiness by providing the earliest possible hazard assessment and mitigation, and timely notification for protective action implementation, if required, for a chemical event or other type of emergency.

2. OBJECTIVES

The mutual objectives of the information exchange process outlined in this MOU are to: (1) Define specific chemical emergency categories; (2) Identify and display hazard predictions for chemical operations having the potential of producing chemical agent effects beyond the installation boundary; (3) Provide advance protective action recommendations for the potential emergency(s); and (4) Exercise daily activities that will mimic and reinforce emergency activities, thereby enchancing the notification and response capabilities of DCD and Tooele County.

To facilitate coordinated on-post and off-post emergency planning and response proficiency for a chemical event or other type of emergency, the parties agree to continuing information exchange,

NOTE: This reprinted appendix is the November 7, 2001, update of Utah DEQ (2000b).



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Appendix G Memorandum of Understanding Between Deseret Chemical Depot and Tooele County for Information Exchange NOTE: This reprinted appendix is the November 7, 2001, update of Utah DEQ (2000b). 106

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