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.010 The City of Anaheim assumed the responsibility for implementing Chapter 6.95 of Division 20 of the Health and Safety Code, Articles 1 and 2, commencing with Section 25500, in 1986, and, as the CUPA, will continue to be the Administering Agency. The requirements set forth in Chapter 6.95, Division 20 of the Health and Safety Code, Articles 1 and 2, commencing with Section 25500, as they now exist and as they may from time to time be amended, are hereby incorporated by reference as the standards of the City of Anaheim.
.020 Every business shall comply with reporting requirements as set forth by the Administering Agency relating to hazardous materials, regulated substances and stationary sources under Chapter 6.95 of Division 20, Health and Safety Code, as such Chapter may be amended. The required reporting includes:
.0201 Initial submission of the business plan and inventory within 30 days of the commencement of operation of the business;
.0202 Correction and resubmission within 30 days of any defects in the business plan requested to be corrected by the Administering Agency;
.0203 Submission of a modified business plan or inventory within 30 days of changes that require resubmission;
.0204 Resubmission of the business emergency plan and/or certification by the handler of review and revision of the business plan triennially prior to March 1;
.0205 Resubmission of the inventory portion of the business plan and/or a certification statement annually, prior to March 1.
.030 Any information requested by the Administering Agency necessary to make a determination of the likelihood of a regulated substance accident risk, pursuant to Sections 25534(a) and 25534.5 of the Health and Safety Code, shall be submitted within 30 days.
.040 Any risk management plan requested by the Administering Agency pursuant to subsection 25536(b) of the Health and Safety Code shall be submitted in accordance with the schedule established by the Administering Agency.
.050 Any requested corrections to the risk management plan shall be submitted within 60 days pursuant to Section 25535 of the Health and Safety Code.
.060 The form for the Hazardous Materials Business Plan shall be developed by the CUPA and completed by person or business or business concern, and shall include a detailed site map. (Ord. 5785 § 1 (part); October 2, 2001: Ord. 6150 § 1 (part); July 21, 2009.)