Tier II Reports: What You Need to Know Ahead of March Filing Deadline - on CD
The EPA has made changes to the Emergency Planning and Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Tier I and Tier II Inventory Reporting Forms. The rule, which was finalized on July 13, 2012, is effective January 1, 2014, for reports due on March 1, 2014.
The rule revised the Tier I and Tier II inventory forms by adding some new mandatory data elements and some new optional data elements in the facility identification and contact information sections of both forms. It also revised some existing data elements in the Tier II chemical reporting section. It is important for environmental professionals responsible for completing the March 1 reports to ensure accurate form completion, and that means now is the time to prepare.
Join us for an in-depth webinar on February 20, when our the presenter, a seasoned environmental professional who has assisted companies with assuring compliant EPRCA Tier I and II reporting, will provide participants with a detailed analysis of the changes and suggestions for accurate reporting.
You and your colleagues will learn:
- An overview of existing EPRCA Tier I and II reporting requirements
- The facilities and organization affected by the rule changes
- A detailed explanation of recent changes in effect as of January 1, 2014
- Strategies for assuring your data collection process can satisfactorily address the new requirements
- How to determine the reporting procedures and requirements for your state(s)
- Tier II reporting software to use for upcoming reports
- Ways to identify and evaluate resources to assure you organization is in full compliance with the rule and recent changes
About your presenter:
Laura Casey is a dynamic consultant, presenter, leader and certified safety professional with more than 17
successful years in the environmental, safety and health field. Ms. Casey has provided workshops and training courses both nationally
and internationally is highly adept at identifying gaps and or risk exposures in operations as well as developing and implementing
strong systems of checks and balances.