There are the characteristics of high input, high output, high pollution, and high risk in the chemical industry. The construction of the chemical industry park has changed the previous loose and disorderly layout into a centralized and convenient for government management layout. To construct such a park, unified planning, unified design, a standardized production process, standardized risk assessment and risk prevention, and medical rescue should be achieved. However, because of the complex industrial characteristics of the chemical industry park, there is still a risk of leakage, explosion, and other accidents. Therefore, the appropriate emergency rescue system for chemical poisoning incidents should be developed in each park. As medical rescue bases and key institutions for treating the injured caused by poisoning accidents, comprehensive general hospitals must develop effective emergency plans and have the capacity for rapid emergency treatment in order to make the necessary preparations for poisoning health emergency medical rescue and cope with all types of emergencies, including events beyond the capacity for rapid deployment.