The goal of the California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) program is to reduce risks of regulated sustances through the evaluation of hazards and consequences and the development of Risk Management Plans (RMPs) and Prevention Programs.
Your business or facility needs a CalARP permit if:
- Your facility (referred to as a “stationary source”) handles specific chemicals (termed “regulated substances”) above threshold quantities.
- Submit facility information in CERS (California Environmental Reporting System);
- Prepare, submit, and implement a Risk Management Plan (RMP);
- Pay a fee to the CUPA
California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) – Due Dates
Facilities with new or modified covered processes are required to prepare Risk Management Plans and implement accident prevention programs before operations commence.
Facilities that have submitted a RMP previously are required to submit a revised RMP no later than five years after the initial RMP submission.
Annual permitting fees to the City of El Segundo CUPA are due by June 30 as part of the consolidated permit program.
California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Regulations
6.95, Article 2 of the California Health and Safety Code
California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 19, Section 2735.1 et seq.
California Assembly Bill 1646
City of El Segundo Municipal Code, Title 5, Chapter 5
CalARP Public Notice
Pursuant to HSC 25535.2 and CCR 2745.2(c), notice is hereby given that the Risk Management Plans (RMP) are complete for the stationary sources as follows:
CalARP RMP Available for 45-day Public Review
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If you are interested in reviewing an RMP for one of the above facilities, please contact the City of El Segundo Fire Department at the email address below. RMP review is by appointment only.
You must show official photo identification (e.g., valid Driver License's/ID or Passport) and complete and sign a login sheet to review the RMP(s).