This updated and expanded edition leads businesses that house more than 100 hazardous or toxic materials on-site through the process of creating an effective risk management plan as mandated by the Clean Air Act. Readers will find answers to key plan-creation questions, including why audits should be done, how to plan an audit, and who to include on an audit team. Risk Management Planning Handbook also discusses the year-2000-issued General Duty Clause in detail and explains EPA's interpretations of this new element of the RMP. Readers will find three new chapters and one new appendix that reflect the increased focus on Risk Management Plans (RMP) in the past four years. Other changes this book addresses include EPA's decision to adopt new consequence analysis modeling practices, revise the list of regulated substances and thresholds for accidental release prevention, and change the designation of regulated facilities from Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes to North American Industrial Classification System Codes (NAICS). This new edition also includes a section-by-section analysis of the RMP standard; multiple charts, tables, and figures; and sample RMP forms and guidance.
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