The first step of the RMP planning process is to determine if any of the listed chemicals are used at a facility in quantities that exceed the regulatory threshold. If so, Trinity can help you evaluate options for modifying your processes in order to opt out of the program or step down to a less rigorous level. Once the appropriate program level is determined for each affected process, we can you develop a comprehensive Risk Management Plan and communicate about potential hazards with stakeholder groups.
In June 2004, or five years after their original submittal date, approximately 6,000 facilities that have submitted RMP plans will be required to update their original plans with information about significant process changes, updated impact analyses taking into account the 2000 census, and other data. Trinity can assist in preparing these plan updates regardless of whether we developed your initial plan.