(820 ILCS 255/15) (from Ch. 48, par. 1415)
    Sec. 15. Fire Safety. (a) An employer must arrange with the administrators of fire departments having responsibility for fire prevention and control in units of local government within which the employer uses, produces or stores toxic substances, to make the firefighters employed by such fire departments familiar with the hazards of toxic substances used in the workplace of the employer, associated fire hazards, the layout of the workplace, places where employees of the employer are regularly stationed during the course of their work, entrances to roads inside the workplace and possible evacuation roads.
"Administrators of fire departments" shall include a fire chief or administrator, or that person's designee.
    (b) If more than one fire department might respond to an emergency involving a workplace where an employer uses, produces or stores toxic substances, the employer must make arrangements with the persons responsible for the administration of each such fire department to designate primary emergency authority to a specific fire department.
    (c) Where administrators of fire departments refuse to enter into arrangements specified in subsections (a) and (b) of this Section, the employer shall have a duty to document such refusal.
    (d) The fire department shall maintain copies of the information provided by the employer under subsections (a) and (b) of this Section, and shall provide copies of this information upon the request of any fire department, fire department employee or representative of a fire department employee.
(Source: P.A. 83-240.)