Chemical Inventory Instructions
APPENDIX
Regulations Requiring Chemical Inventories or Reporting at Stanford
  • Hazardous Materials Business Plan (Santa Clara County Hazardous Materials Control Division [HMCD] or the City of Palo Alto Fire Department)
  • Santa Clara County Hazardous Materials Storage Permit Ordinance (Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department)
  • Acutely Hazardous Substances/Risk Management and Prevention Plans (Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department)
  • Risk Management Plans under Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act and California Senate Bill 1889 (Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department)
  • Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) (also known as SARA Title III) (Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department)
  • Toxic Gas Ordinance (Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department)
  • Storm Water Permit (San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board)
  • Aboveground Storage Tanks (San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board and (Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department)
  • Underground Storage Tanks (Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department)
  • Hazardous Waste Source Reduction (State of California Department of Toxic Substances Control)
  • Industrial Waste Discharge Permit (City of Palo Alto Regional Water Quality Control Plant)
  • Pesticide Report of Use (Santa Clara County Department of Agriculture)
  • Report of Carcinogen Use (California Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
  • Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) (Stanford does not currently report under this act and may not be required to do so. Currently under legal review)
  • California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department)
  • Uniform Building Code (Santa Clara County Fire and Building Departments and HMCD and the City of Palo Alto Fire and Building Departments)
  • Uniform Fire Code (Santa Clara County Fire and Building Departments and HMCD and the City of Palo Alto Fire and Building Departments)
  • Proposition 65 (Internal Stanford reports only)
  • Toxic Hot Spots (Single report required, completed by Stanford and submitted previously)
  • Ethylene Oxide Sterilizers (Stanford does not currently operate any of these devices so is not subject to this regulation.)
  • Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (requires registration of specified biological agents and biotoxins with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)