Products that are toxic in nature need to be properly disposed of to protect the health and safety or your family, pets, neighborhood, and the environment. Culver City cares about keeping its residents and environment safe from toxic pollution. Many items you may never have thought of as a "Hazardous Material" are in fact hazardous.
The Business Plan must include: These quantities are 55 gallons for liquids, pounds for solids and cubic feet at standard temperature and pressure for compressed gases.
For further information regarding Business Plan minimum reportable quantities other than the quantities referenced above, refer to the Health and Safety Code Division 20 Chapter 6. Exemptions from Filing You are exempt from the regulations and do not have to file a Business Plan if you do not have other reportable hazardous materials and: Our agency established an electronic reporting system for this purpose.
You must complete and submit a Business Plan within 30 days of handling or storing a hazardous material equal to or greater than the minimum reportable quantities.
You must review, update, and submit or certify the entire Business Plan every three years.
You must revise and submit a Business Plan within 30 days if your business makes significant changes. Some of these changes include but are not limited to: San Mateo County Environmental Health periodically inspects businesses to determine if the Business Plan is complete and accurate.
The inspection also includes a review of emergency response procedures and employee training records. Call for more information.The purpose of the facility map is to locate inventoried hazardous materials, emergency equipment, and facility features that must be considered in responding to a fire or potential release of hazardous materials.
Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP) California Health & Safety Code, Division 20, The Hazardous Materials Business Plan forms have been integrated into CERS and will need to be electronically completed or uploaded.
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Aboveground Separation, Containment, and Monitoring Plan (Appendix to Hazardous Materials Business Plan and Hazardous Materials Registration Form) Submit this form, or an equivalent written monitoring plan for aboveground storage of hazardous materials and wastes, along with your HMBP or Registration Form.
Reducing Hazardous Materials There are many things that a business can do to reduce or eliminate their use of hazardous materials. Everyone from manufacturers to retail centers can benefit from eliminating dangerous products. Santa Clara County CUPA The Hazardous Materials Program is part of the Hazardous Materials Compliance Division (HMCD) within Santa Clara County Department of Environmental Health.
HMCD is the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for all areas of Santa Clara County other than the cities of Santa Clara, Gilroy, and Sunnyvale.