The Los Angeles County Fire Department is proud to present CERS training and assistance to the public.
As required by Assembly Bill 2286, all regulated businesses and local governments are required to submit their regulatory reports and information electronically starting January 1, 2013.
Regulated businesses within the Los Angeles County Fire Departments jurisdiction are to report directly to Cal/EPA's California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) eliminating the need for paper forms starting October 2012.
This session will provide regulated business an opportunity to observe CERS specific training videos and presentations.
In addition to the multimedia training, regulated businesses can request assistance from Fire Department staff on creating a CERS account, submitting facility information, entering hazardous materials inventory, and scanning and uploading site maps and other required documents. Although computer access and scanners will be provided at the training, it is highly recommended that you bring your own flash drive and laptop computer with WiFi connection to ensure CERS access as the availability of equipment will be limited because of demand.
Furthermore, please ensure that you can access your personal or business email account while attending this training and that you bring all required regulatory compliance documents for uploading.
Required regulatory submittal information can be found at: http://fire.lacounty.gov/HealthHazMat/HealthHazMat_cers_info.asp
If you are a consultant representing a business or corporation, please ensure that you have been already assigned hierarchy rights in CERS by your client.
This session is from 9 am to 11:15 am.
For more information, please call John Vincent at 323-890-4078.
This event is FREE.