What is the difference between Tier I and Tier II reporting?

Section 312 outlines two “tiers” for reporting information on hazardous chemicals at a facility. Tier I contains general information on hazardous chemicals at a facility, and Tier II contains specific information on hazardous chemicals present at the facility.

What is the difference between Tier I and Tier II reporting?

Section 312 outlines two “tiers” for reporting information on hazardous chemicals at a facility. Tier I contains general information on hazardous chemicals at a facility, and Tier II contains specific information on hazardous chemicals present at the facility.

What is a Tier II reporting thresholds?

The Tier II reporting thresholds are: Extremely hazardous substances (EHSs): 500 pounds (227 kg) or the threshold planning quantity (TPQ), whichever is less. A list of EHSs can be found here. All other hazardous substances: 10,000 pounds (4,540 kg) for any material that has a Safety Data Sheet (SDS).

What is a Tier 2 emergency?

Tier 2 reports (also written as “Tier II”) are required by the EPA for facilities that store hazardous chemicals above certain threshold quantities.

What key information is contained in a Tier 2 form?

What is Tier II Reporting? Tier II forms capture information about the types, quantities and locations of hazardous chemicals at a given facility.

What is the difference between Tier 1 and Tier 2 rolling loud?

tiers are pricing levels, with tier 2 and tier 3 etc increasing in price — a certain # of tics are sold for each tier, and when they sell out it will go to the next (more expensive) tier aka buy Tier 1 before it sells out !!

How do you calculate average daily Tier II?

AVERAGE DAILY AMOUNT For each pure chemical or mixture that you are reporting, estimate the average weight in pounds that was present at your facility during the year. To do this, total all daily weights and divide by the number of days the chemical was present on the site.

What is the intent of having a Tier II report completed yearly and who has access to it?

The purpose of this form is to provide State, local officials, and the public with specific information on potential hazards. This includes the locations, as well as the amount, of hazardous chemicals present at your facility during the previous calendar year.

Is there a Tier II online reporting system in Iowa?

This Online Reporting System is no longer in Use by the Iowa DNR for TIER II Reporting. Please visit the DNR webpage at www.iowadnr.gov/epcra/tier2.html for more information and to link to the new system.

How do I submit a Tier II report?

Contact the appropriate fire department to confirm whether they require a copy of the Tier II report. A paper copy of the electronic submission can be printed from E-Plan and supplied to the fire department. E-Plan charges $25.00 per facility to submit a Tier II report. The charge is paid directly to E-Plan.

What is New York State’s Tier II reporting methodology?

Special Instructions: New York State is strongly encouraging facilities to use E-Plan as the basic Tier II reporting methodology. By using E-Plan, those required to report will satisfy the Tier II submission to the State. The decision to accept online reporting to LEPCs and fire departments has been left up to each individual jurisdiction.

Who is responsible for managing Tier 2 data in Utah?

Special Instructions: The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) is tasked by state statute to manage Tier 2 data for the Utah State Emergency Response Commission (SERC). UDEQ requires that each facility use EPA’s Tier 2 Submit software for the current reporting year.