Complete and upload this document to the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS).
[Note: You may also use the CERS Consolidated Emergency Response / Contingency Plan or other format with equivalent content.]Form letter for use by owners/operators of facilities subject to Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP) reporting requirements to notify property owner that facility owner/operator has complied with Health and Safety Code Chapter 6.95, Article 1 reporting requirements.
In general terms, the thresholds for reporting are: The HMBP is submitted by the business to the CUPA through the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) .
The CUPA then reviews the HMBPs that are submitted through the CERS system for completeness and accuracy.
The Certified Unified Program Agency enforces these requirements, which include: A facility is required to prepare a Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan if a single AST containing a petroleum-based product or the aggregate quantity of petroleum-based products in multiple ASTs or 55 gallon drums exceeds 1,320 gallons.
Examples of petroleum-based products are fuel, solvent, lubricants, used oil, etc.
Submit this Short-Form Hazardous Materials Management Plan (minimal storage site) only if your facility handles hazardous materials in quantities below Hazardous Materials Business Plan reporting thresholds, a local code or ordinance requires disclosure of less than HMBP materials, and your local agency accepts hard copy submittals of this information.
Below are some useful links: To access the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) Step-by-Step User Guide, please visit CERS Step-by-Step User Guide.
The documents listed below are available in PDF format and/or as Microsoft Word files.
If you need help downloading, printing, or entering data for any of these documents, please view the Download Instructions and Uniform Document Questions and Answers pages.