SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 6060 - ADMINISTRATION OF EMERGENCY PROGRAM
(Adopted May 21, 1992, Amended December 17, 1992)

1.0 Sampling Stations

The APCO with the concurrence of the ARB shall designate at least one permanently located atmospheric sampling station equipped to monitor the contaminants covered by the plan. Sampling locations shall be designated by the APCO with the concurrence of the ARB. These stations shall consist of monitoring equipment operated in a manner that will provide for measurements of contaminant concentration in the range of values specified in the episode criteria. Additional temporary, fixed or mobile sampling stations may be maintained and activated as deemed necessary in the applicable areas. Analytical procedures shall be in conformance with the ARB standards. The ARB shall provide calibration services as required.

2.0 Meteorological Services

When deemed necessary by the ARB, they shall provide for the acquisition of meteorological information in any area of the State. The District may provide such services in addition to the State services.

3.0 Notification of Episode

4.0 Emergency Action Committee

The APCO may appoint an Emergency Action Committee consisting of the Health Officers, Sheriffs, District Counsel, Chairman of the Board, Emergency Services and other members and may include representatives of the ARB or the State Office of Emergency Service for liaison purposes. The committee shall act in an advisory capacity to the APCO.

5.0 Interdistrict Coordination