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View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: What is Tier One Information? [Chemical Storage]

Discusses the EPCRA-required inventory report of on-site hazardous chemicals, as well as the more frequently filed Tier Two Report that provides additional information.

http://www.chemicalspill.org/EPCRA-facilities/tierone.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: EPCRA Guide for Facilities: Trade Secrets

Discusses chemical reporting exceptions for protection of confidential business information and the necessity of disclosure to health professionals.

http://www.chemicalspill.org/EPCRA-facilities/trade.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: EPCRA and OSHA Linked

Briefly discusses OSHA inspectors' role in determining facilities' EPCRA compliance and provides facilities with an alert regarding misinformation about lead-acid batteries.

http://www.chemicalspill.org/EPCRA-facilities/osha.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: EPCRA Guide for Facilities

Brief discussion of the origin and purpose of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA).

http://www.chemicalspill.org/EPCRA-facilities/index.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: Chemicals in the WorkPlace: Training is Required by Law

Discusses OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) training, including use of instruments to determine protection levels and handling chemical containers.

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