8th Floor, L&C Annex, 401 Church Street
Nashville, TN 37243-1551
1-800-734-3619 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TDEC's Self Disclosure Policy
Sample Request for Monetary Penalty Waiver
Compliance Advisory Panel
Emerg. Planning & Community Right to Know Act
Energy conservation and efficiency
Hazardous Air Pollutants list
Risk Mgt. Program - Clean Air Act Section 112(r)
Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasures Plan
NESHAP (MACT) standards by affected source category
Hot Mix Asphalt Plants
Processing and Roofing Products Manufacturing
Al, Cu, and Nonferrous Foundries
Ferroalloy Production Facilities
Metal Fabrication and Finishing
Plating and Polishing Paint
Paints and Allied Products Manufacturing
Surface Coating and Paint Stripping
Ready Mix Concrete
Reinforced Plastic Composites
Retail Gasoline Marketers
Risk Management Program
Storm Water Management
Construction: NPDES permit brochure
ECOS: Small Communities
Facilities that produce, handle, process, distribute, or store certain chemicals must develop and report to EPA an accident prevention plan. The Risk Management Plan (RMP) should include a hazard assessment, a prevention history, and an emergency response program.
In 1996, EPA established a list of extremely hazardous substances and issued regulations for the prevention and mitigation of accidental releases of those substances under section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act. Facilities covered by the regulations were required to implement a risk management program and submit their program's plan, (RMP) to EPA by June 21, 1999 and an update by 2004. RMPs must be updated at least once every five years, and most covered facilities must update their RMPs again by June 21, 2009.
If you submitted your initial RMP after June 21, 1999, or have resubmitted since your initial submission, your 5-year anniversary date is calculated as 5 years from the postmark date of your latest submission. Details may be found in the February 2004 EPA Factsheet-Checklist.
Check the EPA - Risk Management Plan web page for current tools needed for submission.
Risk Management Plans are very detailed and may require a considerable amount of time and effort to complete. The Small Business Environmental Assistance Program (SBEAP) has hosted workshops on this subject in the past and our staff may be able to assist your small business in achieving compliance with this air pollution regulation.
EPA is the implementing agency for this program in Tennessee and they may audit and review plans when they are submitted. For businesses located in Tennessee and that need to submit an updated RMP or a newly prepared RMP, your plan should be sent directly to EPA at the following address:
P.O. Box 10162
Fairfax, VA 22033
For courier or overnight: RMP Reporting Center, c/o Federal Inc., 12601 Fair Lakes Circle, Fairfax, VA 22033
The RMP Reporting Center is available from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and may be contacted at (301) 429-5018 (phone) or email@example.com (e-mail).
40CFR Part 68 Chemical Lists - July 1, 2003 Edition
U.S. EPA Checklist for Resubmitting Your Risk Management Plan (RMP) For Chemical Accident Prevention - February 2004
40 CFR Part 68--Chemical Accident Prevention Provisions - July 1, 2003 Edition
Check it out! - 112r Risk Management Program overview brochure - October, 1997
Get the Facts on the final rule Clean Air Act section 112 (r) - October, 1997
RMP Decision Tree - October, 1997