The mission of the South Carolina Hazardous Materials Working Group is to aid the hazmat emergency response community in South Carolina by providing an information collection and distribution resource.
We will accomplish this through regular meetings of the membership, communicating beneficial information through electronic and written communications and serving as a hazmat information and planning resource to the S.C. Firefighter Mobilization Committee.
Additionally, where the implementation of a hazmat response capability may be incomplete, the HMWG will seek to identify solutions that reduce the risk to the citizens and environment of South Carolina.
The HMWG serves as the HazMat Committee for the Firefighters Association.
The following agencies have participated recently and we are thankful to have them as partners:
|43rd Civil Support Team||Horry County Fire-Rescue|
|Aiken County HazMat Team||Lancaster City Fire Department|
|Anderson County Fire-Rescue||Lexington County Fire-Rescue|
|Charleston County Emergency Management||Myrtle Beach Fire Department|
|Charleston Fire Department||North Charleston Fire Department|
|City of Georgetown Fire Department||Oconee County Emergency Services|
|City of Greenwood Fire Department||Pickens County Emergency Management|
|Colleton County Fire-Rescue||Rock Hill Fire Department|
|Columbia Fire Department||SC Department of Health and Environmental Control|
|Federal Bureau of Investigations||SC Emergency Management Division|
|Florence County Emergency Management||SC Firefighters Association|
|Greenville City Fire Department||SC State Fire (Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation)|
|Greenville County Emergency Response Team||SC State Law Enforcement Division|
|Hilton Head Island Fire-Rescue||Sumter City Fire Department|
|Town of Mount Pleasant Fire Department|
Jonathan Jones,   State Fire Marshal
141 Monticello Trail, Columbia, SC 29203
(803) 896-9800 | Office Hours: 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. | Monday - Friday except State Holidays