SARA Title III Reporting
Community right to know
As required by the International Fire Code adopted by the Town of Castle Rock, all businesses within the Castle Rock Fire and Rescue Department jurisdiction shall report their chemical hazards via the Internet at the Douglas County Hazardous Materials Web site
These actions ensure you are in compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act
. SARA established authorities and mandatory requirements for emergency planning and preparedness, community right to know reporting and toxic chemical release reporting. In substance, the act requires facilities using or storing hazardous chemicals to submit to their local fire department, emergency planning committee and state planning commission.
Reporting SARA Title III chemical information online
If you have reported in the past, call the Life Safety Division,03-660-1066, to obtain the password to access your business records. If you are a new business that has never reported, you can go directly to the website above and create an account and enter the appropriate information.
To view the website and instructions, visit Douglas County: Hazardous Materials
Documents required at the business
It should be noted that the business must maintain copies of material safety data sheets, a site map indicating chemical locations, and copies of employee training records at the business accessible to employees and responders. It is suggested that the data be placed into a notebook, labeled and placed near the main entrance to the business.
Contact the Life Safety Division of the Castle Rock Fire and Rescue Department, 303-660-1066.