California Accidental Release Program (CalARP)

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The CalARP program aims to reduce the likelihood and impact of accidental releases of regulated toxic and flammable substances. Many of these releases could result in adverse off-site consequences.

The program accomplishes these objectives through:

  1. facility evaluations
  2. administrative and operational procedures
  3. emergency preparedness programs, and
  4. facility design requirements

A facility regulated under the CalARP Program shall file a written Risk Management Plan (RMP) with the Fire Department.

For more information, call 510.583.4900. Email

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