(A) The owner or operator shall develop and implement an emergency response program for the purpose of protecting public health and the environment. Such program shall include the following elements:
(1) An emergency response plan, which shall be maintained at the stationary source and contain at least the following elements:
(a) Procedures for informing the public and local emergency response agencies about accidental releases;
(b) Documentation of proper first-aid and emergency medical treatment necessary to treat accidental human exposures; and
(c) Procedures and measures for emergency response after an accidental release of a regulated substance;
(2) Procedures for the use of emergency response equipment and for its inspection, testing, and maintenance;
(3) Training for all employees in relevant procedures; and
(4) Procedures to review and update, as appropriate, the emergency response plan to reflect changes at the stationary source and ensure that employees are informed of changes.
(B) A written plan that complies with other federal contingency plan regulations or is consistent with the approach in the national response team's "Integrated Contingency Plan Guidance" ("One Plan") and that, among other matters, includes the elements provided in paragraph (A) of this rule, shall satisfy the requirements of this section if the owner or operator also complies with paragraph (C) of this rule.
(C) The emergency response plan developed under paragraph (A)(1) of this rule shall be coordinated with the community emergency response plan developed under section 3750.05 of the Revised Code or rules adopted thereunder. Upon request of the local emergency planning committee or emergency response officials, the owner or operator shall promptly provide to the local emergency response officials information necessary for developing and implementing the community emergency response plan.