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SECTION 16

CVECO PASSES

CVECO Passes   Page  
       
01. Emergency Pass Card ……………………………... Page 02
       
02. News Media ………………………………………….. Page 03
       
03. Code 6 Authorized Traffic …………………………. Page 04
       
04. Printed Material ……………..………………………. Page 05
       

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1. EMERGENCY PASS CARD:  
   
   
1.1 Plant personnel identification (I.D.) cards serve as passes to allow employees of a company which has been cordoned off, to pass through Police road blocks to give assistance to their own plant emergencies.
   
1.2 A C.V.E.C.O Emergency Pass, issued by C.V.E.C.O. is distributed for the limited number of individuals from any one plant who may provides mutual aid to another plant.
   
1.3 The current CVECO cards are lime green in colour and have an expiry date of December 31, 2021
   

Front of Card Back of Card

C. V. E. C. O. EMERGENCY PASS    
Company   Company
Employee Name   MUTUAL
BEARER ONLY MUTUAL DEC. 31, 2002 AID Expiry Date No. 1234   AID

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2. NEWS MEDIA:  
   
   
2.1 Two media identification cards are issued to each area media for identification purposes.
   
2.2 Out-of-area media may obtain cards from the Sarnia Police Service, to be used for coverage of a single incident.
   

Front of Card Back of Card

MEDIA IDENTIFICATION CARD This card identifies the bearer as a representative of:   The cards are issued to print and electronic organizations in the Bluewater area for genera staff use. Visiting members of the media may obtain a card for a short-term use to facilitate covering new events.
Valid Until:    
     
Chief of Police No. 123   Supplied as a community service by CAER Community Awareness & Emergency Response

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3. CODE 6 AUTHORIZED TRAFFIC:  
   
   
Note: The Industrial Emergency Site Manager (or delegate) of the affected facility will advise the Police when it is safe to enter and the safest way to the site. Only then will authorized traffic proceed through the traffic checkpoints.
   
- Unless this has already been identified on the CVECO checklist!
   
- As a minimum, wind direction & speed, safe response route(s), nature of problem
   
3.3 Only the following individuals and vehicles are considered authorized to pass into the "cordoned off" area:
   
3.4 All emergency vehicles, such as Police, Fire, Hydro, Ambulance, Gas Company and industrial mutual aid apparatus.
   
3.5 Mutual aid personnel, carrying official CVECO identification
   
- An exception will be made for a designated driver carrying an "authorized" passenger. The designated driver must leave the area after transporting the passenger.
   
3.6 Plant Personnel producing company identification who are proceeding to their own involved site.
   
- An exception will be made for a designated driver carrying an "authorized" passenger. The designated driver must leave the area after transporting the passenger.
   
3.7 Train crews, exhibiting valid railway credentials, will be admitted only if they are required in the cordoned-off area to move rolling stock.
   
3.8 Doctors, nurses and clergy
   
3.9 Members of the media carrying an official identification card who are proceeding to a designated media centre or other designated destination.
   
   
Note: Special arrangements must be made between the Police Service and the plant calling the emergency to allow general shift workers to make a shift change.


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4. PRINTED MATERIAL:  
 
4.3 The “CVECO Code Notification Checklist” is the checklist used when initiating CVECO codes. It is located at the end of Section 3 “Radio & Telephone Communications”.
 
4.4 Reference material and checklists can be obtained through the CAER Administrator