Your Opportunity To Learn What Local Companies and Utilities Are Doing To Prevent Accidents
The California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Program requires companies with regulated chemicals to submit a Risk Management Plan (RMP). The Risk Management Plan gives:
The CalARP Program requires Contra Costa Health Services to perform document reviews and audits to ensure companies are in compliance with the CalARP Program regulations and are following their RMP. A forty-five day public comment period for the RMPs and Preliminary Audit Findings listed below begins June 28, 2006 and will end on August 12, 2006. These and other RMPs and Preliminary Audit Findings may be reviewed at the Contra Costa Health Services Hazardous Materials Programs Office located at 4333 Pacheco Blvd. in Martinez. Call 925-646-2286 to schedule an appointment. The RMPs and Preliminary Audit Findings may also be reviewed at the libraries listed below.
Written comments, postmarked no later than August 12, 2006, should be sent via email to (ARPTeam@hsd.co.contra-costa.ca.us) or to the following address:
Contra Costa Health Services
Hazardous Materials Programs
c/o Randy Sawyer
4333 Pacheco Blvd.
Martinez, CA 94553
Contra Costa Health Services will respond to all written comments. Contra Costa Health Services will hold public meetings to discuss RMPs or Preliminary Audit Findings if there is sufficient public interest. Contra Costa Health Services will incorporate all written comments into the RMP reviews or Final Audit Findings as appropriate.