Requires SERCs to designate LEPCs. The LEPCs
are responsible for developing local emergency response plans and submitting them annually to the SERC
Facilities that have any Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHS)
listed at or above its threshold planning quantity must:
Some facilities voluntarily report substances that are below thresholds and we record that information.
- Notify the SERC and your LEPC within 60 days after the first shipment arrives on site or the substance is produced.
- Report any changes in the status of substances that would affect emergency planning within 30 days.
Requires facilities to identify a Facility Emergency Coordinator and provide appropriate contact information. The LEPC may invite the coordinator to participate in local emergency planning efforts.
Notification of Extrememly Hazardous Substances and Facility Representative Desigantion Form