|Hazardous Materials Business Emergency Plan (BEP)|
|Federal, State and local laws require businesses that handle hazardous material to submit a BEP.
The City of Riverside is responsible to oversee compliance of these laws.
A link to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the BEP is listed below, as are links to the required forms.
Please complete the forms as instructed, and return them within 30 days.
If you have any hazmat-related questions, call the Fire Prevention Bureau at (951) 826-5737.
For any user I.D., web-site questions or problems logging in, contact eCompliance, Inc. at (415) 437-3980.
Your cooperation is appreciated. |
|Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) such as:|
|What is a BEP?|
|What is a hazardous material?|
|What are the reporting quantities?|
|What are the general exemptions from BEP disclosure requirements?|
|How often do I have to update or recertify my BEP?|
|Are there penalties for failure to submit a BEP?|
|What are the requirements for reporting a release or threatened release of a hazardous material?|
| Forms for Online Completion|
|Please login below to electronically complete and submit your BEP.|
Click here to request a username and password.
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