The CIAC Transportation Emergency Response Standard sets the minimum criteria that CIAC member-companies must meet for road and rail emergency preparedness and response – including requirements for planning, administration, training, resource utilization and assessment.
The TEAP III Transportation Emergency Response Standard outlines the criteria used by TEAP’s assessment teams, to evaluate a service provider’s capacity to safely mitigate the impacts of a chemical transportation incident.
The TEAP® III TERSP Standard Assessment form identifies the service provider’s capability, management, resources (personnel and equipment), preparedness, and recent responses and exercises. It is submitted every two years by service providers, and then completed by the TEAP® III assessment team during their location visit.
The TEAP® III TERSP Standard Assessment Legend identifies the style, formats, and terminology used in the assessment and annual update forms. Terminology is critical to the understanding and interpretation of the completed forms.
The TEAP® III TERSP Standard Essential and Specialty Equipment List sets the minimum mandatory and optional lists of equipment required for registered TEAP® III TERSPs.
The TEAP® III TERSP Standard Performance Feedback form is to be completed by TEAP® III Registered TERSPs after responding to a CIAC member-company’s incident.
The TEAP® III TERSP Standard Assessment Management Process outlines the different roles, responsibilities and steps involved in the TEAP® III TERSP Standard Assessment management process.
The TEAP® III TERSP Standard Annual Update provides updates regarding changes in capability, personnel, and equipment, as well as the responses and exercises that the service provider has performed in the previous year. It is a self-report completed by registered TEAP® III TERSPs during their non-assessment year.
The TEAP® III TERSP Standard Training Matrix establishes training and frequency criteria for on-scene transportation emergency-response personnel whether in-house, for hire, or mutual aid.
The TEAP® III TERSP Standard Assessment Feedback form allows service providers to provide feedback on the TEAP assessment process, and to identify areas for improvement. It is completed by the TERSP Location Leader following their assessment.
A Disciplined Approach to Emergency Response Chart makes use of situational analysis, strategies and tactics, to guide users through the thinking process needed to protect health, environment and property in an emergency response situation.
A Disciplined Approach to Emergency Response Guide is a tool to be used in conjunction with the A Disciplined Approach to Emergency Response Chart.