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The Clean Air Act Section 112(r) Risk Management Program rule regulates the storage, handling and/or processing of specified toxic and flammable substances.  Affected facilities must develop and register a Risk Management Plan (RMP) that includes a hazard assessment, prevention program, and emergency response program.  Regulated facilities must update and resubmit the RMP every five years.  This 5-year update requires review and revision of all RMP sections, as needed, to bring the RMP up to date.  The 5-year anniversary date is reset whenever a facility fully updates and resubmits the RMP.  For facilities following the schedule of the rule, June 21, 2009 may be the date for the required 5-year renewal.  (To find your anniversary date, go to  and search for your facility, or contact EPA’s RMP Reporting Center at (301) 429-5018.)  In 2009, EPA requires online RMP reporting using new software RMP*eSubmit. 
EPA estimates approximately 8,000 facilities will be updating their RMPs in June 2009.  If your facility requires an RMP update, Trinity Consultants can help you:Determine any updates of regulatory applicability to processes

  • Renew/update release scenarios and perform hazard assessment
  • Review/update the prevention program
  • Review/update the emergency response program
  • Prepare the RMP renewal submission

For assistance with RMP requirements, contact Natalie VanLiew at