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APPENDIX D

SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS

& RESOURCES

   
Service Organizations & Resources Page
       
01. General Information ………………………………… Page 03
       
02. Ambulance ………………………………………… Page 03
       
03. Bluewater Bridge …………………………………… Page 03
       
04. Breathing Air ………………………………………… Page 04
       
05. CANUTEC …………………………………………… Page 04
       
06. Fire Fighting Foam ………………………….……… Page 05
       
07. Fire Service Critical Incident Team ……………… Page 05
       
08. Fixed Fire Equipment Service …………..………… Page 06
       
09. Lambton County Health Unit …………..…………… Page 06
       
10. Hydro …………………………………………………. Page 06
       
11. Marine ………………………………………………. Page 07
       
12. Medical Supplies …………………………………… Page 07
       
13. Michigan Emergency Services …………………… Page 07
       
14. Ministry of the Environment ……………………… Page 08
       
15. Office of the Fire Marshal ……………………….. Page 08
       
16. Oxygen & Respiratory Supplies …………………… Page 08
       
17. Railroads …………………………………………… Page 09
       
18. Rescue Equipment & Services ……………………… Page 09
       
19. Safety Equipment Companies …………………… Page 09
       
20. Sarnia Lambton Environmental Association (SLEA) …. Page 10
       
21. Telephone ……………………………………………... Page 10
       
22. TEAP ………………………………………………… Page 11
       
23. Training Facilities …………………………………… Page 12

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1. GENERAL INFORMATION:  
   
1.1 The following information is a list of agencies or resources that may assist CVECO members during an emergency.
   
1.2 The information listed in this section is listed in alphabetical order and is supplied by CVECO members. It is not intended to be an endorsement to any particular agency or company.
   
1.3 Contact the CAER Coordinator to have information added/deleted or revised.
   
1.4 CVECO member contacts may be found in Appendix A - Participants & Representatives.
   

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2. LAMBTON COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE:  
   
2.1 Calling an ambulance (911) triggers entry into medical support systems should conditions warrant it. (Reference Section 13 Medical Assistance).
   
- Telephone: 519 - 627 -1678 (CACC Operations Dispatcher - Wallaceburg).
   
- Fax: 519 - 627 -9918 (CACC Operations Dispatcher - Wallaceburg).
   

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3. BLUEWATER BRIDGE:  
   
- Bluewater Bridge Authority 336 - 2720
   
- Canada Customs Bridge 336 - 0980
   
- Canada Customs Commercial 336 - 3847

 

4. BREATHING APPARATUS:  
   
4.1 The following industries (in an emergency) or safety companies in normal working situations can recharge breathing air cylinders.
   
- Sarnia Fire & Rescue Service 332 - 1122
   
- Bayer Rubber, Vidal Street South 339 - 7788
   
- Dow Chemical Vidal Street South 339 - 3544 or 339 - 3545
   
   
- Century Vallens, 854 Upper Canada Drive 344 - 1644
   
- Levitt Safety, 396 MacGregor Side Road 336 - 8530
   
- Sentry Fire Equipment, Confederations St. 383 - 6060
   

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5. CANUTEC:  
   
5.1 This 24-hour-a-day emergency response and information service is designed to help authorities at the scene of an accident involving a dangerous product.
   
5.2 Although CANUTEC was set up to provide advice in case of emergencies, its staff is also prepared to provide information on the packaging, classification and marking of dangerous goods, as well as their safe handling and transportation.
   
5.3 Where it cannot provide the specific information requested, it would refer the caller to the appropriate agency or endeavour to obtain such information from the agency.
   
- Emergencies CANUTEC (613) 996 - 6666 (collect calls accepted)
   
- Information Telephone: (613) 992 - 4624

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6. FIREFIGHTING FOAM:  
   
6.1 CVECO has a mutual aid system to supply CVECO members with emergency supplies of foam.
   
- Reference Appendix C Mutual Aid Inventory
   
- Reference Section 09 Fire Department & Mutual Aid Assistance.
   
6.2 If more foam is required contact one of the following companies who will assist with the emergency delivery of the required firefighting foam.
   
- Identify type of foam required.
   
- Determine amount of foam required
   
- Determine how you want the foam delivered (pails, drums or totes)
   
- Have to correct address and delivery instructions for foam delivery.
   
- Angus 1 - 800 - 667 - 0423
   
- National 1 - 610 - 363 - 1400 (Red Alert Program)
   
- Williams 1 - 800 - 231 - 4613
   

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7. FIRE SERVICE CRITICAL INCIDENT TEAM:  
   
7.1 This team composed of Mental Health Workers and Firefighters, serves personnel directly involved in traumatic incidents related to firefighting. This team is sponsored by CVECO.
   
7.2 Reference Section 17 for detailed information.

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8. FIXED FIRE EQUIPMENT:  
   
8.1 For repairs to PIVs, fire hydrants, sprinklers and deluges
   
- Vipond Inc. 1 - 800 - 265 - 4647
   
- Wallace Kent Sprinkler 1 - 519 - 627 - 8719
   

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9. LAMBTON COUNTY HEALTH UNIT:  
   
9.1 The Health Unit is now called the Community Health Services Department.
   
9.2 It is located at 160 Exmouth Street, Point Edward 383 - 8331
   

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10. HYDRO:  
   
10.1 Bluewater Power Distribution is to be notified for hydro problems for Alvinston, Petrolia, Point Edward, Oil Springs, Sarnia and Watford.
   
- 337 - 8201
   
10.2 Hydro One in Wyoming is to be notified for problems within the rest of Lambton County.
   
- 1 - 800 - 265 - 0282

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11. MARINE:  
   
11.1 For Spills to the river the Ministry of Environment must be notified.
   
11.2 For assistance in river spill response contact
   
- Canadian Coast Guard 383 - 3966
   
- Marine Communication & Traffic Services 337 - 6221
   
- Eastern Canada Response Corporation. Reference Section 10 Spills To River

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12. MEDICAL SUPPLIES:  
   
- Reference Safety Equipment Supply Companies, part 19 of this appendix
   
- Laerdal 1 - 416 - 298 - 9600

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13. MICHIGAN EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:  
   
13.1 In an emergency, make contact through Sarnia Fire/Police (911) Dispatch.
   
- Port Huron Police 1 - 810 984 - 8415 (General Information).
   
- St. Clair County Emergency Services 1 - 313 985 - 8115 (General Info.)
   

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14. MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT:  
   
14.1 Responsible for protecting the environment.
   
- 336 - 4030 (during normal business hours)
   
- 1 - 800 - 268 - 6060 (outside of normal business hours)

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15. OFFICE OF THE FIRE MARSHAL:  
   
15.1 For emergency purposes, contact should be made through the Fire Chief, or Incident Commander of your local municipal Fire/Rescue Service
   
- 1 - 416 - 325 - 3100

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16. OXYGEN & RESPIRATORY SUPPLIES:  
   
16.1 24 hour (answering service) on call person will return your call.
   
16.2 Responder: Either a RN or a Respiratory Technician
   
16.3 Equipment: Oxygen tanks with regulators, masks and nasal cannulars
   
- Lambton Professional Home Health Care: 332 - 3325
   
- Praxair: 336 - 4900
   
- VitalAire Health Care: 383-1575
   

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17. RAILROADS:  
   
17.1 Railroads will be responsible for any problems relating to their operation. A contract may be required for industry rail repairs.
   
- CSX Wallaceburg: 1 - 888 - 877 - 1118 (24 Hour)
   
- CSX Train Master: 383 - 6133
   
- CSX Operator-Clerk: 383 - 6135
   
- CN Tower Yard Master: 339 - 1223
   
- Railroad Contractors: 882 - 0310 (Oil Well Supply Ltd. Petrolia)
   

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18. RESCUE EQUIPMENT COMPANIES:  
   
18.1 For rescue equipment and training, the following companies can be contacted for assistance.
   
- Grip Safety & Rescue, 820 Phillips Street 337 - 6181

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19. SAFETY EQUIPMENT COMPANIES:  
   
19.1 For safety, general firefighting and medical supplies, the following companies can be contacted for provisions.
   
- Acklands Grainger, 800 Confederations Street 332 - 1622
   
- Century Vallens, 854 Upper Canada Drive 344 - 1644
   
- Levitt Safety, 396 MacGregor Side Road 336 - 8530
   
- Sentry Fire Equipment, Confederations St. 383 - 6060 24 Hour

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20. SARNIA LAMBTON ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATION:  
   
20.1 Sarnia Lambton Environmental Associations is also known as SLEA.
   
20.1 SLEA is a follow-up source to unknown environmental complaints
   
20.1 SLEA can provide real time air and water data from their monitoring system if requested.
   
- 332 - 2010

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21. TELEPHONE:  
   
21.1 Bell Canada is to be notified for telephone problems.
   
- Telephone: 611 Repairs.
   
21.2 For further directions see your Bell “directory introduction” section.

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22. T. E. A. P.  
   
22.1 TEAP is the Transportation Emergency Assistance Plan operated as a “Hands On” service by the Canadian Chemical Producers' Association on behalf of member companies who may also operate the Regional Response Centers (RRC's).
   
22.2 TEAP provides immediate advice to those at the scene of a transportation emergency and hands on response when requested by the member company whose product is involved in the incident.
   
22.3 TEAP provides immediate advice to those at the scene of a transportation emergency, then contacts the shipper for follow-up. If the shipper cannot be contacted, or cannot respond quickly enough, on-scene assistance will be provided from the Regional Response Center.
   
22.4 TEAP provides complete coverage 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, at the Regional Response Center operated across the country. In the CVECO area of responsibility, the RCC is provided by:
   
- Dow Chemical of Canada Inc.
   
- Telephone: (519) 339 - 3711
   
22.5 It is important to understand that TEAP is not intended and is not equipped to function as a public response organization. By design, it is confined to dealing with chemical transportation emergencies on behalf of its members.
   
22.6 TEAP‘s assistance at the scene of a transportation incident where the shipper cannot be located, or, where the shipper is not able to respond immediately can be requested through CANUTEC.
   
22.7 For general chemical information can be obtained from CANUTEC.
   
- Reference Part 5 of this appendix.
   
- Reference Section 14 Hazardous Materials, Spills, Releases & Decontamination

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23. EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING FACILITIES:  
- Emergency Safety Training Institute - Texas A&M University, College Station Texas.
  979 - 845 - 7641
   
- Fire Science Academy - University of Reno, Carlin Nevada
  775 - 754 - 6003
   
- Justice Institute of British Columbia - New Westminster BC
  604 - 528 - 5657
   
- Lambton College Fire & Emergency Response Training Centre - Sarnia
  519 - 542 - 7751
   
- Refinery Terminal Fire Company - Corpus Christi, Texas
  361 - 242 - 9550
   
- William Fire & Hazard Control - Les Williams Annual Industrial Firefighting Workshop. Lamar University Beaumont Texas
  800 - 231 - 4613