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Oregon collects reports from thousands of regulated businesses storing hazardous chemicals onsite to meet state and federal statutes.  Oregon used to collect reports by mail from business and manually input data into a local desktop Access system.     The information was then shared with County planners and emergency responders through an annual export.  A separate set of information was also shared with public users requesting information under Right-to-Know laws through an annual export.     ...
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West Virginia joins TIER II MANAGER Community
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TIER II MANAGER.NET Released

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The TIER II MANAGER™.NET was released. Building on the success of the previous base, the new release is compatible with the newest server, database, and GIS technologies. The new release extends advanced functionality to handle flexible reporting and exports while providing more user-friendly features for users to meet compliance and emergency planning needs.
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The Chemical Safety Board published it findings on West, TX.  I have shared the contents of the findings below.      Chemical Safety Board to Vote on Final Report on April 2013 Fatal West Fertilizer Explosion and Fire; Report Includes Recommendations for Hazard Awareness, Land Use Planning and Regulatory Oversight     Waco, Texas January 28, 2016 – Today, the US Chemical Safety Board (CSB) will vote on its final report and safety recommendations on the April 17, 2013, West Fertilizer f...
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If you collect fees for a Government Permitting or Regulatory Reporting program,  you are not alone in your sense of frustration around collecting timely receiveables.  Collection efforts are time consuming, especially if you receive checks in the mail.  Many programs still require company submitters to manually calculate Due Amounts and mail in checks, which puts the onus on Financial Administrators to ensure that the right amount was calculated and received.    Security, compliance requirement...
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Are we a Match?

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  I was watching a rerun of the Dating Game - an old 1960's TV show where a woman interviews three male contestants who are hidden from her view.   Based on the answers, she decides with whom she wants to go out on a date.      When we are showing people how a system works, it feels like a sort of Dating Game.  There is a lot discussion about needs and expectations.   I've been on a lot of calls that introduce the TIER II MANAGER, a Hazmat Reporting and Emergency planning system, to new pros...
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The District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency will use the TIER II MANAGER™ to manage hazardous chemical response planning across the District. The new system provides HSEMA with a broad scope of capabilities to conduct Emergency Response Planning and Inspections across all sites.
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On August 1, 2013, President Obama signed the Executive Order on the heels of a string of large chemical accidents which have resulted in the deaths of First Responders and civilians, most notably the incident in West, Texas. Read the Executive Order. The main goals of the order are: 1.improving coordination with state and local partners on risk management and emergency planning for chemical emergencies, 2.enhancing information sharing among federal agencies, 3.the modernization of various chemi...
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Colorado Springs Fire Department which manages permitting and emergency planning for approx. 2000 chemical storage businesses is improving its performance with the TIER II MANAGER™. The customized version of the the TIER II MANAGER™ enables online reporting, compliance, reporting and analysis features to streamline and improve hazardous material safety for the community.
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Pennsylvania has successfully launched the TIER II MANAGER™ Enterprise Edition . The State Bureau has been using the system since 2005 for SARA Title III, Right-to-Know EPCRA regulatory reporting and compliance for its thousands of businesses. Now, more than 98% of business report online, providing better management of critical data. To learn more about the TIER II MANAGER™, visit www.tier2manager.com.
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