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TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY. State Emergency Response Commission SERC January 5, 2009. TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OVERSIGHT. CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. Federal Law. Public Health Service Act of 1944 Atomic Energy Act of 1954

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TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

State Emergency Response Commission

SERC

January 5, 2009

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TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

OVERSIGHT

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CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

Federal Law

Public Health Service Act of 1944

Atomic Energy Act of 1954

Public Health Service Act Amended of 1957

Public Health Service Act Amended of 1958

Public Health Service Act Amended of 1960

Reorganization Plan Number 3 of 1970

Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1970

Clean Water Act of 1972

Energy Reorganization Act of 1974

Safe DrinkingWater Act of 1974

Hazardous Materials Transportation Act of 1975

Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976

Public Health Service Act Amended of 1976

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976

Clean Water Act Amended of 1977

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CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

Federal Law

Comprehensive Environmental Response,

Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) of 1980

Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA,

Title III), 1980

Resource Conservation and Recovery Amended Act of

1984

Resource Conservation and Recovery Amended Act of

1986

Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability

Act (EPCRA) of 1986

Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act

(FIFRA) of 1996

Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA) of 2004

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CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

State Law

TCA 58-2-101 to 58-2-124, especially TCA 58-2-103, Disasters, Emergencies and Civil Defense

TCA 58-8-101 to 58-8-115, Mutual Aid and Emergency and Disaster Assistance Agreement Act of 2004

TCA 58-2-601 to 58-2-604, Accidents Involving Hazardous Materials

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CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

Other Guidance

Presidential Order 12580; National Oil and Hazardous Substance Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP) and Region IV Oil and Hazardous Substances Contingency Plan (RCP)

40 CFR 61, Subpart H and Subpart I; 40 CFR 302, Appendix B, OSHA

Tennessee Executive Order Number 7, 1987, Governor Ned McWherter

Memo of Agreement, US DOE and TEMA/TDEC, June 6, 2006

Memo of Agreement, TVA and TEMA, February 28, 2005

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TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

CHEMICALS

Four classes:

Extremely Hazardous Substances, EPCRA Section 302

Hazardous Substances, EPCRA Section 304

Hazardous Chemicals, EPCRA Section 311-312 & OSHA

Toxic Chemicals, EPCRA Section 313

RADIOLOGICAL HAZARDS

29 CFR 1910, subpart Z, OSHA Hazardous Substances

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TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

THRESHOLDS

FOR REPORTING

Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHS) (300-400 items) – 500 pounds

Gasoline, all grades – 75,000 gallons

Diesel, all grades – 100,000 gallons

All other OSHA hazardous chemicals (@ 500,000 items) –

10,000 pounds

29 CFR 1910, subpart Z, OSHA Hazardous Substances, radioactive waste is controllable under Presidential Order 12580, but not reportable under CIRCLA, ERPCA or OSHA, reporting by agreement

emergency hazmat reports

FEDERAL

EMERGENCY HAZMAT REPORTS

SERC

LEPC

NRC

OWNER

OPERATOR

OWNER

OPERATOR

IMMEDIATE VERBAL

EHS-App A-B, 40 CFR 355

EHS-App A-B, 40 CFR 355

29 CFR 1910.1220(c)

and Subpart Z

Table 302.4, 40 CFR 302

WITHIN 24 HOURS

emergency hazmat reports10

STATE

EMERGENCY HAZMAT REPORTS

TEMA

OPERATOR

OF PLACARDED

TRANSPORTATION

APPROPRIATE

COMMUNITY

OFFICIALS

AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER AN

ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT

Hazardous Materials

TCA 58-2-601 to TCA 58-2-604

Includes radioactive material

routine hazmat reports

FEDERAL

ROUTINE HAZMAT REPORTS

SERC

LEPC

FIRE DEPARTMENTS

FOLLOWUP

WRITTEN REPORT

in 45 days

EHS RELEASE

OWNER OR

OPERATOR

TIER II, 1 MARCH ANNUAL

EHS-App A-B, 40 CFR 355

29 CFR 1910.1220(c)

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FEDERAL

ROUTINE HAZMAT REPORTS

SERC

EPA

OWNER OR

OPERATOR

Toxic Release Inventory ROLLUP, 1 JULY ANNUAL

EHS-App A-B, 40 CFR 355

Table 302.4, 40 CFR 302

29 CFR 1910.1220(c)

40 CRR 372.65

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TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

STATE EMERGENCY RESPONSE COMMISSION

CHAIRPERSON:

Director TEMA, Department of Military

MEMBERS:

The Adjutant General Department of Military

Commissioner Department of Environment & Conservation

Commissioner Department of Health

Commissioner Department of Labor & WF Devel. (TOSHA)

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TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

STATE EMERGENCY RESPONSE COMMISSION

  • ADVISE THE GOVERNOR ON HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (HAZMAT)
  • PREPARE A STATE HAZMAT EMERGENCY PLAN FOR PUBLIC SAFETY (FOUND IN TEMP, ESF-10, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS)
  • EVALUATE NEED FOR RESOURCES
  • APPROVE COUNTY HAZMAT EMERGENCY PLANS & APPOINTMENTS
  • RECEIVE NOTICES OF ACCIDENTS AND OTHER RELEASES
  • REVIEW ACTIONS TAKEN BY INDUSTRY & OTHERS
  • DEVELOP REPORTING SYSTEM
  • ARRANGE FOR PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF ACTIVITIES
  • HANDLE REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION
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TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE

  • DESIGNATE A COMMUNITY EMERGENCY COORDINATOR (CEC) TO RECEIVE NOTICES OF ACCIDENTS AND RELEASES AND REPORT WITHIN TIME REQUIRED
  • DESIGNATE AN INFORMATION COORDINATOR IF NOT IN DUTIES OF CEC
  • EVALUATE THE NEED FOR RESOURCES & MANAGE GRANTS OR OTHER FUNDS
  • PREPARE & UPDATE A COUNTY-WIDE HAZMAT EMERGENCY PLAN FOR RESPONSE AND PUBLIC SAFETY
  • PROVIDE OVERSIGHT FOR OWNER-OPERATORS AND FACILITY EMERGENCY COORDINATORS
  • MEET TWICE ANNUALLY OR MORE
  • ARRANGE FOR PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF ACTIVITIES
  • HANDLE REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION
  • REPORT TO THE SERC
  • SEEK CIVIL ACTION AS NECESSARY FOR REPORTING FAILURES
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TENNESSEE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

QUESTIONS

Contact:

Donnie Smith, TEMA, 741-1453

or

Rhonda Paxton, Plans Branch

TEMA, 741-2986