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Emergency Planning Community Right-to-Know Act

Emergency Planning Community Right-to-Know Act (20 min.) EPCRA was passed primarily as a means of filling this informational void and improving emergency response capabilities. Also known as Title III of SARA, EPCRA was enacted by Congress as the national legislation on community safety. SARA is the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act. The EPCRA law was designated to help local communities protect public health, safety, and the environment from chemical hazards. To implement EPCRA, Congress requires each state to appoint a State Emergency Response Commission (SERC). The SERCs were required to divide their states into Emergency Planning Districts and to name a Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) for each district.

Topics included in this safety video are: EPCRA is divided into three subtitles (SUBTITLE A, SUBTITLE B, SUBTITLE C), EPCRA utilizes the following three chemical lists and one chemical grouping (the list of Extremely Hazardous Substances or EHSs; the list of Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) hazardous substances; and the Toxic Chemicals list), EPCRA reporting, enforcement, emergency and hazardous chemical inventory forms, toxic chemical release forms, basic overview, Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting, who should report, which chemicals should be reported, how should facilities report, when should facilities report, and where should reports be sent.

Program comes with a CD-ROM of written materials, including test questions and answers. English title also includes PowerPoint presentation.

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