Under OSHA regulations, facilities are required to maintain Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) for any hazardous chemicals they use and/or store at their sites. Under EPA regulations, the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), facilities are required to submit Chemical Inventory Forms (Tier I and Tier II) by March 1st of each year if certain hazardous chemical thresholds are met. The Tier II Forms can be complex especially when it pertains to calculating chemical mixtures.
This webinar will instruct Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) professionals how to evaluate if a facility falls under this Tier II requirement. The training program will show EHS professionals how to easily navigate the complexities of filling out and submitting the Tier II forms and answer site specific questions or concerns.
This training program will enumerate the requirements of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) as it applies to your organization. It will also help attendees understand the threshold trigger for reporting a hazardous chemical on the Tier II forms and learn how to accurately calculate chemical mixtures as it applies to the Tier II forms. Further, attendees will learn to navigate the complexities of online Tier II reporting.
- Understand the requirements of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) as it applies to your organization.
- Understand what the EPCRA Tier II forms are and when they are required to be filled out.
- Understand the threshold trigger for reporting a hazardous chemical on the Tier II forms.
- Understand how to properly calculate chemical mixtures as it applies to the Tier II forms.
- Learn to navigate the complexities of online Tier II reporting to the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC), Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) and the Local Fire Department.
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
- Define EPCRA
- Define Tier II Applicability for a Facility
- How to Determine Tier II Chemical Inventory
- How to Calculate Tier II Chemical Mixtures
- Explain How to File Tier II Reporting Online
- Answer Tier II Site Specific Questions and Concerns
Who should attend?
- Maintenance Workers
- Production Supervisors
- Plant Managers
- Environmental Health and Safety Professionals
- Occupational Health & Safety Professionals
- Senior Environmental Engineer
- Site Safety Coordinator
- Tier II Technical Support
- Tier II Sr. Remote/Helpdesk Technician
- Tier II Technical Support Engineer