The Fort Bend County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) was formed in 1987 under federal requirements of the Emergency Planning Community Right-to-know Act (EPCRA) and the Texas Hazard Communications Act of 1986.
The LEPC works with city/county offices of emergency management to plan emergency response for a chemical release from industrial facilities and transportation sources such as pipelines, rail cars, and tanker trucks.
Membership in the LEPC comes from different organizations including industry, fire departments, emergency medical services, law enforcement, city/county emergency management, and county residents. This sharing of knowledge and resources maximizes the coordination of the LEPC.
Officers and Committee Chairs
Our LEPC Officers and Committee Chairs are all elected by the members of the LEPC.
- Chair: Jorge Galindo, Applied Optoelectronics “AOI”
- Vice Chair: Shayne Carter, Fluor Corporation
- Secretary/Treasurer: Bob Gaffney, Citizen Volunteer
- Administrative Finance: Bob Gaffney
- Emergency Response: Alan Spears, Fort Bend County Homeland Security & Emergency Management
- Public Education: Nathan Green, Assistant Fire Marshal, UH Sugar Land
Submit Tier II Reports
Facilities must submit their Tier II report as an Adobe Acrobat.PDF file before March 1st each year to: TierIIReports@fortbendcountytx.gov
Click to view, download or print any of the following LEPC documents:
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