Managing a TSDF
Setting up a security or detection monitoring program as well as acquiring emergency response equipment are the most difficult to accomplish and maintain when it comes to managing a TSDF. Developing a security measure as complex as a detection monitoring program requires in-depth knowledge of the treatment, storage, and disposal facility. It also requires the management team to be able to calculate the probability that an error or an intrusion might occur alerting the detection-monitoring program.
The emergency response equipment is also difficult to gain access to for a myriad of reasons. The management has to be in a position to foretell the kind of emergency they are taking pre-emptive measures against. The management has incomplete information in this case because they cannot be able to accurately determine what sort of emergency is more likely to occur at one point or another. Furthermore, such equipment is difficult to maintain due to its expensive nature.