Forms and Publications
We've posted here a number of documents relating to the filing of required information, as well as planning guidance and information requests.
|Tier 2 Submit Reporting Package:
This is the complete 2013 facility reporting package.
The NEW Standard Maine form to report a hazardous materials spill to SERC, LEPC and DEP
Here is a list of all the LEPCs with contact information for the State of Maine.
|SERC Facility letter:
Letter sent to facilities describing filing and fee reports for hazardous materials inventories. Also used by Homeland Security grant applicants to review requirements.
|Form Grant Guidance||318010-Annual SERC Letter.doc||2011|
|Maine LEPC Membership Application:
This is an application a person would fill out to become a member of the Local Emergency Planning Committee.
|Hazardous Materials Registration and Inventory Fee Worksheet:
NEW combined Hazardous Materials Registration and Facility Inventory Fee Worksheet.
|Form||85058-Fee Worksheet 2013.doc||2009|
|Hazardous Materials Registration and Inventory Fee Instructions:
Instructions for Hazardous Materials Facility combined Registration and Inventory fee form.
|Annual and Legal Requirements for LEPCs:
Summary of LEPC responsibilities.
|SERC Credit Card Payment Form:
Fill-able form to submit payment for facility chemical inventory fees via credit card or check. Form may be filled out electronically and either emailed, faxed or mailed.
|Toxic Chemical Release Form Instructions:
Instructions for a facility filing Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) forms.
|Sample SERC Letter:
Sample letter the SERC to verify that a facility no longer meets the requirement to file Chemical Inventory Report Forms
|Hazardous Materials Response Model Plan:
This document is an example of a facility hazardous materials response plan. This can be used as a plan template.
|Hazardous Materials Training Grant Application:
Application for an LEPC to apply to the SERC for a Training Grant
|Right-to-Know Request Form:
This form may be used to request hazardous materials information available under the Emergency Planning and Emergency Right to Know Act (EPCRA).
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- US EPA Emergency Management
- US EPA Region One
- Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
- National Association of SARA Title III Program Officals
- Right To Know Network
- Risk Management Program (RMP) Overview
- SARA Title III List of Lists
- US DOT Emergency Response Guidebook
- ATSDR Managing Hazardous Materials Incidents
- The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
- OSHA Regulation 1910.120
- US DOT Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration