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The State of Wisconsin has gone live with a Statewide system to provide online hazmat reporting for regulated businesses, streamlining services and improving the quality of information available to Emergency Planners statewide.
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Fairfax County, VA Fire and Rescue Department has launched the TIER II MANAGER™ for effective management of critical chemical information and emergency planning in the National Capital Region. Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department is tasked with the protection and preservation of the more than 1 million citizens, prominent government installations, and industry located within the county, just inside the National Capital Region in Northern Virginia. Planning for the possibility of an acciden...
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  Illinois has implementated the TIER II MANAGER™ statewide. The system enables Chemical Storage Facilities to meet requirements for Illinois Emergency Planning, Title III of the Superfund Amendments Reauthorization Act, and the Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA). The TIER II MANAGER™ provides Illinois the ability to receive chemical inventory and emergency planning information from the facilities online. Illinois has immediate access of their state's hazardous material information...
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Maryland has migrated to the latest version of the TIER II MANAGER™ Version 4.0. With this upgrade, the system provides expanded capabilities for regional emergency responders to access a comprehensive hazardous material system for planning and response and provides State Level administrators with a significantly expanded set of capabilities. Maryland first went live with TIER II MANAGER™ Version 1.1 in 2003, achieving a streamlined approach to meet Emergency Planning & Community Right-To-...
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The Nevada State Emergency Response Commission (SERC) and State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFM) have implemented the IDSi International product called the TIER II MANAGER™ for online Hazardous Material permitting and regulatory reporting to meet SARA Title III, Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know requirements. The system will be used statewide by Fire, Emergency Responders, and Local Emergency Planning Committees for hazardous material planning and risk mitigation. The system is e...
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The Minnesota Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Program is responsible for coordinating information about hazardous chemicals at facilities around the state so that local emergency officials can prepare for emergencies. Starting this year, the Minnesota EPCRA Program will be using the TIER II MANAGER™ to help it meet its compliance goals. Previous year Tier II information was uploaded enabling the facilities to revise existing information and add any new information if ...
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  With the TIER II MANAGER™ in place Delaware can easily adhere to a series of reporting requirements, which were established in addition to EPCRA requirements, enforcing coverage of large industrial sites, as well as small businesses. The TIER II MANAGER™ provides Planners and First Responders across the state with access to the centralized database with real-time spatial, Tier II Reports, material safety data Sheets (MSDSs), Site Plans, and other responses concerning the facility’...
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