Resources for identifying hazardous substances.
See below for information about the ERG, WISER and the NIOSH Pocket Guide.
Got your ERG? We are waiting to hear any information on the 2020 version of the ERG. The Emergency Response Guidebook is published every four years. When available, the state provides the county with a limited quantity of books. Those books are distributed to fire, law enforcement and EMS organizations based on information we have on record. We will not have excess stock of these books. When available, the books will be distributed based on the information we have on file for your organization. All stations are reminded to keep the information regarding apparatus and officers up to date. The information should be entered through this website.
WISER - Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders. Unfortunately, support for WISER has been discontinued.
The NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards (NPG) informs workers, employers, and occupational health professionals about workplace chemicals and their hazards. The NPG gives general industrial hygiene information for hundreds of chemicals/classes. Click on the hyperlink to the CDC page with more details about the NIOSH Pocket Guide (npg).
The Assistant to the State Fire Marshal program had been discontinued in 2019. Chief officers are reminded that they expected to do the fire incident reporting and request assistance from the PSP Fire Marshal if necessary. As there is no designation of a Fire Marshal in the Pennsylvania Borough Code nor the Second Class Township Code, there will be no "Fire Marshal" option for the titles in the Officers data collection sections.
The Pennsylvania State Police have requested that fire chiefs provide an annual registration of those first response personnel who have vehicles equipped with either BLUE Lights or RED Lights and Sirens to the PSP Station at Frackville. There is also a Authorization Certificate which can be completed and given to the first responder.
Blue light notice to psp
Red Lights notice to psp
During a commercial vehicle accident on roadways, our first responders are at increased risk. In an effort to quickly identify the responsible parties at commercial vehicle incident, we have developed two forms to gather important information about the vehicle and the conditions near the incident. In many cases, we are able to assist in getting prompt response by a clean up firm so our first responders can be released from the scene as soon as possible. Please help us by gathering as much information as possible from the involved commercial vehicles and passing it along to EMA through the 911 Center.
Transport Responsible Party
Transportationn Incident Checklist 2011
Exercise Dispatch Request Form must be completed and forward to our office at least ten (10) days prior to the exercise. The form must be completed by the responsible officer, who is also charged with the task of insuring each station or agency is notified of their involvement in the exercise. DO NOT call the Schuylkill County 911 Center and request an immediate dispatch for an exercise, you will not be accommodated.
Mailing Labels - Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement and Municipal Government
The mailing labels are set up for printing on an AVERY 5160 template, 30 labels per sheet.
Fire Co Mailing Lables June 2016
Law Enforcement Mailing Labels June 2016
EMS Labels June 2016
Muni Mailing Labels June 2016
We have also included a matrix that shows each municipality and the primarily responsible emergency service organizations.
schuylkill county matrix of emergency services June 2016