Alert Annual Tier II Filing Due March 1, 2018

Superfund Amendments & Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III Emergency Planning & Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Compliance. (013916)

J. J. Keller® Tier II Reporting Services

Superfund Amendments & Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III Emergency Planning & Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Compliance.

Annually by March 1, all owners and operators of manufacturing and non-manufacturing facilities with one or more covered hazardous chemicals are required to report chemical inventory data to their local fire departments, local emergency planning committees, and state emergency response commissions.

J. J. Keller's experienced consulting staff will help you easily comply with the requirements. We will verify whether you need to file a Tier II report, and determine the specific federal, state, and local environmental requirements for your location(s). We will then prepare and file the Tier II report quickly and accurately for you if necessary.

 

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Required Reporting Elements

SARA Title III/EPCRA was implemented to create a cooperative relationship among government, business, and the public, involving them in the effort to prevent, plan, prepare for, and manage chemical emergencies.

Required Tier II reporting elements include:

  • Facility information
  • Chemical description of materials used at the facility
  • Individual chemical constituents
  • Physical and health hazards
  • Maximum and average daily amounts
  • Storage types, conditions, and locations
  • Additional information verifying reporting status

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A facility with as few as two forklifts can meet the reporting requirement! Need help determining if you need to file?

Contact us at 888-473-4638 or complete the form below, and we will get back to you!


Who Must Report?

Facilities must submit a Tier II report if they are covered under OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard and must prepare or have available safety data sheets for one or more hazardous chemicals

The reporting chemical threshold quantities are different depending on how hazardous the chemical is.  In most cases, it's 10,000 pounds, however the Threshold Planning Quantity (TPQ) of an Extremely Hazardous Substance (EHS) requires reporting for a much smaller threshold.  Contact us for more information on this – we can help you determine if you meet the reporting requirements.


Hazardous Substances

Common hazardous substances include:

  • Propane
  • Diesel
  • Sulfuric Acid
  • Fuel
  • Lead
  • Compressed Gasses
  • Ammonia and battery acid

Events

Mar 14
8:00AM
2:30PM

Environmental Updates & Compliance Guidance

Executive Seminars - Nashville, TN
Please join experts Kevin Weaver, Sr. Director Environmental from U. S. Compliance Corporation, and J. J. Keller Field Manager, Adam Brouch for this complimentary educational EPA seminar. Why You Should Attend - You'll gain a valuable explanation of current EPA trends including Storm Water Permit, Clean Air and Water Acts, and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act. Our experts will offer insight on how to improve existing systems, as well as common industry shortcomings. Come early for a bonus session on "How to Conduct an Effective Facility Inspection!" Call 800-843-3174 x8218 to register or use link below.
Mar 21
8:00AM
2:30PM

Environmental Updates & Compliance Guidance

Executive Seminars - Indianapolis, IN
Please join experts J. J. Keller's experts for this complimentary educational EPA seminar. Why You Should Attend - You'll gain a valuable explanation of current EPA trends including Storm Water Permit, Clean Air and Water Acts, and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act. Our experts will offer insight on how to improve existing systems, as well as common industry shortcomings. Come early for a bonus session on "How to Conduct an Effective Facility Inspection!" Call 800-843-3174 x8218 to register or use link below.
Apr 04
8:00AM
2:30PM

Environmental Updates & Compliance Guidance

Executive Seminars - Rutherford, NJ (Meadowlands)
Please join experts J. J. Keller's experts for this complimentary educational EPA seminar. Why You Should Attend - You'll gain a valuable explanation of current EPA trends including Storm Water Permit, Clean Air and Water Acts, and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act. Our experts will offer insight on how to improve existing systems, as well as common industry shortcomings. Come early for a bonus session on "How to Conduct an Effective Facility Inspection!" Call 800-843-3174 x8218 to register or use link below.
Apr 12
10:00AM
11:00AM

Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting

Webcasts
The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) deadline of July 1, 2018, is quickly approaching. If you manufacture, process, or otherwise use EPCRA Section 313 chemicals, then this Federal requirement at 40 CFR 372 may be applicable to your facility. This free webcast will help you gain a better understanding of: • What is EPCRA 313 chemical and where do I find them? • Reporting applicability and threshold determinations • Common TRI reportable chemicals (including commonly missed ones) • Overview of the TRI Form R and Form A • Reporting exemptions • Using the EPA Central Data Exchange (CDX) A Q&A session will follow. Join your peers and register today!

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