Risk Management Planning Unit
The purpose of this page is to assist owners/operators of stationary sources in determining how to comply with Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 [CAA 112(r)] as well as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's RMP regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 68) regulations and Florida's Accidental Release Prevention and Risk Management Planning Act (Chapter 252, Part IV, Florida Statutes).
Florida Accidental Release Prevention and Risk Management Planning (ARP/RMP) Act
The star link of this page is the Florida Division of Emergency Management's "RMP.Subjects". RMP.Subjects will take a user through steps in order to determine if a facility will be included in the ARP/RMP Program.
RMP.Hazard is a document that describes Hazard Assessment and the process of completing a Hazard Assessment.
RMP.Level is the continuation of RMP.Subjects. RMP.Level will take a user through steps to determine which program level a chemical process at a facility will be classified as under ARP/RMP.
RMP.Help lists the steps a facility must take to be in compliance with ARP/RMP.
Chemical Accident Prevention and the Risk Management Program brochure
Florida ARP/RMP Act Fact Sheet
List of Substances Covered Under Florida ARP/RMP Act
Fee Chart for Florida ARP/RMP Act
RMPeSubmit User Manual
Florida Accidental Release Prevention And Risk Management Planning Act Chapter 252, Part IV, Florida Statutes
The Division of Emergency Managements' Rule 27P-21, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RISK MANAGEMENT PLANNING FEE SCHEDULE, Florida Administrative Code
Overview of ARP/RMP and RMP Auditing Process: PPT
Letters, Fee Forms and Checklists
Other Florida Information and Links
Federal 112(r) Information
Final Rule: Public Distribution of Off-site Consequence Analysis (OCA) Information
Public Law Number 106-40, the Chemical Safety Information, Site Security and Fuels Regulatory Relief Act
Section 112(r) General Duty Clause
Risk Management Plan Rule
Federal Regulations and Rules
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)- Retrieve CFR by citation (for retrieving 40 CFR, Part 68)
Regulatory History of 40 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 68
Risk Management Plan Rule Guidance
Federal 112(r) Web Pages
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency enforces the General Duty Clause
Vulnerable Zone Indicator System
OSHA Online Training
Process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals
View the "Risk Management Programs: Making our communities a safer place to live" in Windows Media Player.
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