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§ 5070.7. RMP Program 3 Prevention Program Component.

19 CA ADC § 5070.7Barclays Official California Code of Regulations

Barclays California Code of Regulations
Title 19. Public Safety
Division 5. California Environmental Protection Agency
Chapter 2. California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Program Detailed Analysis
Article 3. Risk Management Plan Components and Submission Requirements
19 CCR § 5070.7
§ 5070.7. RMP Program 3 Prevention Program Component.
(a) For each Program 3 process, the owner or operator shall provide the information indicated in sections (b) through (q). If the same information applies to more than one covered process, the owner or operator may provide the information only once, but shall indicate to which processes the information applies.
(b) The five- or six-digit NAICS code that most closely corresponds to the process.
(c) The name(s) of the substance(s) covered.
(d) The date on which the safety information was last reviewed or revised.
(e) The date of completion of the most recent PHA or update and the technique used.
(1) The expected date of completion of any changes resulting from the PHA;
(2) Major hazards identified;
(3) Process controls in use;
(4) Mitigation systems in use;
(5) Monitoring and detection systems in use; and,
(6) Changes since the last PHA.
(f) The date of the most recent review or revision of operating procedures.
(g) The date of the most recent review or revision of training programs.
(1) The type of training provided--classroom, classroom plus on the job, on the job; and,
(2) The type of competency testing used.
(h) The date of the most recent review or revision of maintenance procedures and the date of the most recent equipment inspection or test and the equipment inspected or tested.
(i) The date of the most recent change that triggered management of change procedures and the date of the most recent review or revision of management of change procedures.
(j) The date of the most recent pre-startup safety review.
(k) The date of the most recent compliance audit and the expected date of completion of any changes resulting from the compliance audit.
(l) The date of the most recent incident investigation and the expected date of completion of any changes resulting from the investigation.
(m) The date of the most recent review or revision of employee participation plans.
(n) The date of the most recent review or revision of hot work permit procedures.
(o) The date of the most recent review or revision of contractor safety procedures.
(p) The date of the most recent evaluation of contractor safety performance.
(q) The owner or operator shall submit the following external events analysis information:
(1) The types of natural and human caused external events considered in PHA Section 5100.2;
(2) The magnitude or scope of external events which were considered. If not known, the owner or operator of the stationary source shall work closely with the UPA to determine what is required. If seismic events are applicable, the parameters used in the consideration of the seismic analysis and which edition of the Building Code was used when the process was designed;
(3) For each external event, with a potential to create a release of a regulated substance that will reach an endpoint offsite, apply Sections (e)(1) through (e)(6); and,
(4) The date of the most recent field verification that equipment is installed and maintained as designed.

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Note: Authority cited: Sections 25531 and 25534.05, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Section 25531, Health and Safety Code; and Section 68.175, Part 68, Title 40, Code of Federal Regulations.
History
1. Change without regulatory effect renumbering section 2745.7 to new section 5070.7, including amendment of subsection (q)(1), filed 3-6-2024 (Register 2024, No. 10).
This database is current through 6/7/24 Register 2024, No. 23.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 19, § 5070.7, 19 CA ADC § 5070.7
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