CERS Portal labs will be held at our offices at 1241 E. Dyer Road STE 120 in Santa Ana, CA 92705 every Thursday until March 28th. Please stop by our offices during a CERS lab for assistance in completing your hazardous materials business plans (HMBP) electronically. Please RSVP to email@example.com to reserve a spot and to assist in staffing the labs appropriately.
ESubmit to CERS Transition Complete Create a hazardous material business emergency plan account at cers.calepa.ca.gov and follow the workflows to either add an existing CERS business or add a new facility. ESubmit submissions accepted after 6/1/15 have been transferred to CERS.
If you have any questions, please call 714-433-6000 and ask to speak with the hazardous material duty officer, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
New for 2018: Federal Hazard Categories
Effective December 28, 2017, CalEPA will be replacing the existing five (5) federal hazard categories available in CERS used for the completion of chemical inventories as part of the annual hazardous materials business plan submittal with twenty-four (24) new federal hazard categories adopted by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) as a result of changes to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard (HCS). For more information, please see the CERS Business Guidance Document.
The Environmental Health Division was designated as the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for the County of Orange by the State Secretary for Environmental Protection on January 1, 1997. The CUPA is the local administrative agency that coordinates the regulation of hazardous materials and hazardous wastes in Orange County through the following six programs:
County and City Fire Agencies within Orange County have joined in partnership with the CUPA as Participating Agencies (PAs). In most Orange County cities, the Environmental Health Division administers all programs, with the exception of La Habra, Fullerton, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Orange and Fountain Valley in which case the local Fire Agencies are responsible for the Hazardous Materials and Business Emergency Plan Programs. The Fire Agencies in the cities of Orange and Fullerton also administer the Underground Storage Tank Program and LA County Fire administers the CalARP and HMD/BEP programs for the City of La Habra.
The CUPA provides its regulated businesses several convenient benefits such as a single point of contact for permitting, billing and inspections; uniformity and consistency in enforcement of regulations; and a single fee system incorporating all of the applicable fees from the six CUPA programs. For more information, please call 714-433-6000.
A resource for small and medium-sized businesses in Orange County The purpose of this manual is to provide the reader with a quick and simple reference regarding hazardous material. It covers basic concepts that businesses using, storing or reporting hazardous material need to know.
A resource for small and medium-sized businesses in Orange County The purpose of this manual is to provide the reader with a quick and simple reference regarding hazardous waste. It covers basic concepts that businesses generating, storing or disposing of hazardous waste need to know.
A resource for small and medium-sized businesses in Orange County This manual is interded to provide businesses with the tools necessary to own and operate an underground storage tank system in compliance with the rules and regulations enforced by OCHCA.
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