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Hazardous Material Emergency Plan for local jurisdictions.
Business Plan / EPCRA 312 (Hazardous Materials Disclosure)
Hazardous Materials Disclosure
California Accidental Release Prevention Program (CalARP)
Accidental Release Prevention
Cal EMA Hazardous Materials Staff Contact Information
Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) Grant
U.S. Department of Transportation HMEP Grant for the development, improvement, and implementation of hazardous material emergency plans, as well as exercises that test the emergency plans, hazards analysis, response procedures for hazardous material emergencies.
Hazardous Material Incident Toolkit
The Hazardous Materials Tool Kit (Tool Kit) is a four part document intended to serve primarily as the state level hazardous material incident reference document, which provides information that may be useful to state, and local response agencies for hazardous materials preparedness, response, and recovery purposes. In addition, this reference document provides hazardous materials acronyms, glossary of terms, and important phone numbers that every HazMat responder should know. Please Note: The Tool Kit is intended to supplement and not take the place of an existing plan.
Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Team Typing Program
Explanation and purpose for the Cal/EMA FIRESCOPE HazMat Team Typing concept and the Fire & Rescue Division HazMat Company Typing Inspection program. Also contains all of the pertinent documents associated with the Inspection Program.
Cal EMA Hazardous Material Guidance
Public Records Request
Cal EMA Public Records Request - General Guidelines for Access to Public Records
Implementation of the Federal Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-know Act (EPCRA) for hazardous material emergency response planning and training purposes.
All significant releases or threatened releases of a hazardous material, including oil and radioactive materials, require emergency notification to government agencies.
The Hazardous Materials Section is available to provide regional training on Business Plan, Area Plan, Spill Release Reporting, and CalARP Program Basics, intermediate, and advance training (minimum of 20 people required).
The Unified Program consolidates, coordinates, and makes consistent the administrative requirements, permits, inspections, and enforcement activities of six environmental and emergency response programs.