Long Beach CUPA
Hazardous Materials Business Emergency Plans
The owner or operator of any business or entity that handles a hazardous material above threshold quantities is required, by State and Federal laws, to submit a Hazardous Materials Emergency Business Plan to the local Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA). The Long Beach Fire Department and the Long Beach Health Department share oversight of Long Beach CUPA.
Forms For Online Submittal
The State of California has set a deadline of 2013 for electronic reporting. We have started this program now to assist the regulated community with this change. We anticipate that this change will reduce paperwork, save the business owner time, increase efficiency, and allow emergency responders to immediately access this information.
Effective Fri 7/1/2016, the Long Beach CUPA Portal will no longer be available for Business Emergency Plan (BEP), Underground Storage Tank (UST), and Tiered Permitting (TP) submissions.
- If in the middle of a submission or awaiting a response, please be advised no submissions will occur after 6/30/16 6pm.
- All BEP, UST, and TP submissions to CERS must be made via the CERS website at http://cers.calepa.ca.gov/
- If access to portal data is needed, the Long Beach CUPA Portal will be available for “read only” status.
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