Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 10:10:55 -0800
Reply-To: Larry Gibbs <lgibbs**At_Symbol_Here**STANFORD.EDU>
Sender: DCHAS-L Discussion List <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU>
From: Larry Gibbs <lgibbs**At_Symbol_Here**STANFORD.EDU>
Subject: Re: Stanford Annual Refresher/ HART Team
Comments: To: Craig Barney
Comments: cc: cesare**At_Symbol_Here**, wheeler**At_Symbol_Here**,
In-Reply-To: <**At_Symbol_Here**cbarney.pobox.stanford.ed u>


Have you considered combining the activities.  Say, use the HART exercise
as a quick reconnaissance to identify the major hazard problem in the
building as the drum storage area, and then conduct a response
mitigation/remediation in the drum storage area?  It seems to me this is
how the program is envisioned to function?  This would still provide the
appropriate level of training for each of the different level participants?

Also, do you plan on inviting the Fire Department as observers or backup,


At 09:52 AM 3/18/2004, you wrote:
>>>Thanks for confirming our date of May 20 for the annual refresher.  Also
>>>thank you for your offer to come out here in advance to scope out the
>>>location at the ME Building.  This building is located in the heart of the
>>>campus, so will involve some different challenges regarding the exercise.
>>>Mr. Bob Wheeler, the Safety Partner for the Scool of Engineering has
>>>graciously offered this location for our drill. I think it would be very
>>>helpful to involve him as early as possible in the planning process.
>>>The first floor of the ME building contains a drum storare area, so we
>>>could have a morning exercise regarding response to a leaky drum
>>>The second floor is labs, and I envision usaing that area for the "HART"
>>>Please let me know when you can come out here.  The week of April 29 would
>>>work for us.

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