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View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: Citizens' Guide to Identifying Chemicals in the Community

Discusses ways to determine if a facility should be reporting to the LEPC, including observation, researching similar facilities, & reviewing other publicly filed information about the facility; as...

http://www.chemicalspill.org/Right-To-Know/doesnot.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: Where to Find CRTK Info -- SERC's, TERC's and LEPC's

Discusses establishment & responsibilities of SERCs, LEPCs, and TERCs. Includes information about tier two reports, lack of LEPC communication with the community, phone numbers and internet sites,...

http://www.chemicalspill.org/Right-To-Know/crtk.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: EPCRA Guide for Facilities - Explanation of Other Related Em

Discusses the RCRA, Clean Water Act, OSHA Emergency Plan, CERCLA; Clean Air Act and it's Risk Management Plan (RMP), LEPC and SERC.

http://www.chemicalspill.org/EPCRA-facilities/other.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: Material Safety Data Sheets

Discusses specific information provided about chemicals at a facility and problems with MSDS's.

http://www.chemicalspill.org/ChemicalsWorkPlace/data.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: Where to Locate Information on Chemicals at Other Facilities -- LEPCs, TERCs and SERCs

Briefly discusses access to Tier Two Reports from the Local Emergency Planning Committee or State Emergency Response Commission to determine potential chemical risks from nearby facilities. Also...

http://www.chemicalspill.org/ChemicalsWorkPlace/where.html
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