§ 1185.

TERMS, RENEWALS AND IMPLEMENTATION

a.

The stationary source shall maintain all records concerning an RMP for a period of at least five years unless otherwise provided in Subpart D of Part 68 of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

b.

Any stationary source with one or more covered processes, or any stationary source for which the Director has determined an RMP shall be required, shall comply with the deadlines set forth in Health and Safety Code Section 25536. The RMP shall be implemented in accordance with the Health and Safety Code Section 25535. In addition, any stationary source which is required to submit an RMP in accordance with this Article shall follow all RMP program guidance prepared for stationary sources and distributed by the Director.

c.

The stationary source shall review the RMP and make necessary revisions to the RMP in accordance with State and federal law, or upon order of the Director following a regulatory inspection during which violations are found.

d.

A revised RMP shall be submitted to the Director within 60 days following any modification which would materially affect the handling of a regulated substance.

e.

(1) Any business which was required to prepare, submit and implement a risk management and prevention program pursuant to Article 2, Chapter 6.95 of the Health and Safety Code as it read on December 31, 1996, and which is required to prepare and submit an RMP pursuant to this Article, shall continue to implement the risk management and prevention program until the business has submitted an RMP in accordance with this Article.

2.

Any business which was required to prepare, submit and implement a risk management and prevention program pursuant to Article 2, Chapter 6.95 of the Health and Safety Code as it read on December 31, 1996, and which is not required to prepare an RMP pursuant to this Article is required to comply only with those requirements of Article 2, Chapter 6.95 of the Health and Safety Code that apply to the business.

3.

Any stationary source which was not required to prepare, submit and implement a risk management and prevention program pursuant to Article 2, Chapter 6.95 of the Health and Safety Code as it read on December 31, 1996, but which is required to prepare an RMP pursuant to this Article shall submit and implement an RMP not later than the deadlines specified in Subpart A (commencing with Section 68.1) of Part 68 of Subchapter C of Chapter I of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

History

(Added by Ord. 399-97, App. 10/17/97)

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