10/2/2018: Update to the 2016 National Preparedness for Response Exercise Program Guidelines

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The Coast Guard announced in Federal Register notice the availability of the final 2016.1 National Preparedness for Response Exercise Program (PREP) Guidelines.

The Coast Guard publishes this notice on behalf of the Preparedness for Response Exercise Program Compliance, Coordination, and Consistency Committee (PREP 4C). The PREP 4C includes representatives from the Coast Guard under the Department of Homeland Security, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration under the Department of Transportation, and the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement under the Department of the Interior.

The 2016.1 PREP Guidelines are effective on October 1, 2018. To view the guidelines, visit docket USCG-2017-0894 and click the “Open Docket Folder.” Additionally, these guidelines are currently posted on Homeport.

Agency points of contact for information about the 2016.1 PREP Guidelines follow:

Mr. Jonathan Smith
Coast Guard
Office of Marine Environmental Response Policy
202-372-2675

Mr. Troy Swackhammer
Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Emergency Management
Regulations Implementation Division
202-564-1966

Mr. John Caplis
Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement
Oil Spill Preparedness Division
703-787-1364

Mr. Eddie Murphy
Department of Transportation
Office of Pipeline Safety
202-366-4595

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