SARA 311 / SARA 312 Reporting Module (Tier I & II)
Organizations subject to EPCRA (the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act) typically devote many hours to the frustrating job of retrieving and calculating the necessary information to prepare SARA reports. On top of that, they must then spend many additional hours performing extensive calculations and producing the reports. Safetec provides a much simpler, effective way of dealing with these reports: state-of-the-art reporting software, updated regulatory content and EHS professional services.
Safetec’s Tier II module automates and streamlines the generation of reports required by SARA Title III Sections 311 and 312. Safetec’s comprehensive formulas automatically calculate the information necessary to compile your reports including:
- Automatic calculations across your entire chemical database
- Automated cross-reference of EHS lists to flag exceeded thresholds
- Final reports, generated on-demand
- Supports lower city/county/state thresholding
- New York City FIF
- California Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP)
- Louisiana Tier II
- Automatic calculations across entire chemical database
- CERS – coming in 2013
The Tier II reporting module also cross-references SARA 302 and other hazardous substance lists to determine if thresholds have been exceeded, supplies the additional data if required, and then produces a final report. Reports can be customized for local, state and federal requirements.
The Safetec System informs you what chemical regulations you are subject to, based on your chemical inventory. Using this knowledge, you can choose from a comprehensive list of automated reports and dramatically reduce the time it takes to compile and submit local, state and federal reports. Contact us today for additional information or to request a demonstration of our award winning software.
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