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The plan fails to designate time frames for response

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The plan fails to designate time frames for response to oil and waste spills. It leaves response times very open and this is good for the EPA but can be risky when teams do not have time frames they must adhere to.
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Appendix B: Contingency Plan Evaluation HRM/420 Version 1 2 Identify risks that the plan does not address. Enforcement of water restrictions placed during drought conditions. Without enforcement the water suppliers run the risk of even worse shortages. The plan covers every angle of risks that have to do with the actual oil or waste spill. Suggest a way to minimize that risk. Having enforcement in place to monitor usage during drought conditions and shortages will cause both retail and wholesale suppliers to watch the usage of their clients. Having fines in place for over use or using during non designated times could prevent the problem of drought conditions on the water supply from getting worse. Which plan do you prefer and why? I find the EPA’s contingency plan for oil and hazardous waste spills to be very thorough. I would lean toward this contingency plan as the better of the two.
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