Tier II Reporting Software

Fully automated Tier II reporting and fee payment management across states, territories, and local agencies out-of-the-box.

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End-to-End Tier II Reporting

We’ve built the logic – state-by-state – that automatically submits your EPCRA Tier II reports to the correct SERC, LEPC, and Fire Department. Just hit submit, and Encamp takes care of the rest.

Everything You Need to Know About Tier II Reporting

To make this upcoming season a breeze for EHS managers, our Tier II Guide covers all the details and common pitfalls of Tier II reporting. Download your copy so you can be prepared for this reporting season.

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On time, every time

The Tier II reporting deadline is March 1. Track reporting progress in our Tier II Dashboard, facility by facility, to make sure all your sites meet the due date.

Streamlined Tier II reporting

Eliminate corruptible spreadsheets, logging into all the various state portals, manual data entry, and mailing reports to LEPCs and fire departments.

Automated data validation

Ensure complete and accurate compliance, right down to Tier II reporting thresholds, with our built-in data validation and review checks.

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Under Section 312 of EPCRA (EPCRA definition: Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act of 1986), submission of the Tier II form is required when working with hazardous chemicals. This form, known as the Emergency and Hazardous Chemical Inventory Forms, are used to notify state officials, local officials, and the general public regarding potential hazards. This is separate from EPCRA Section 313, Toxic Release Inventory (EPCRA TRI reporting). EPCRA Section 302 along with EPCRA Section 312 outline the entities that need to be notified regarding these chemicals. EPCRA 311 requires companies to submit Safety Data Sheets for all products with physical and health hazards.

The most critical section of an EPCRA Tier II form is chemical inventory information. To ensure compliance, facilities must provide the following details on all hazardous chemicals they’re reporting as required per Tier II reporting thresholds:

  • Physical state (liquid, solid, gas)
  • Is it pure or in a mixture?
  • CAS# (if applicable)
  • Whether the chemical is an EHS or contains an EHS
  • The maximum amount on-site on any given day
  • The average amount on-site per day
  • The physical and health hazards associated with the chemical
  • The locations of chemicals on-site

Note that some states request more information beyond these requirements.

On the federal level, any regulated facility in the U.S. that stores or handles more than 10,000 pounds of hazardous chemicals must submit an annual EPCRA Tier II report for their chemical inventory. Facilities storing or handling an Extremely Hazardous Substance (EHS) of 500 pounds or its threshold planning quantity (TPQ, whichever is lower) are also required to submit the annual Tier II inventory.

EPA lists EHSs on its Tier II extremely hazardous substances list. EPCRA Tier II reporting requirements fall under EPCRA Sections 311-312, Community Right-to-Know Requirements, which state that any facility exceeding defined Tier II reporting thresholds must file corresponding Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) with the state, local officials, and local fire departments.