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Community Right To Know (CR2K)

NOTICE FROM OFFICE OF STATE FIRE MARSHAL
COMMUNITY RIGHT TO KNOW PROGRAM

Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, we understand some facilities may be facing unanticipated challenges. In response, our office has suspended taking enforcement actions for not submitting 2019 annual reports. However, facilities are reminded that the 2019 Annual report was due March 1, 2020 and are still required to be submitted and should be completed as soon as possible.

CHS Manager is still operational to submit your reports and updates online. Staff is available to answer calls, emails and Help Desk messages. Please note that messages will be returned in the order they are received.

We want to assure all our facilities that we will not be issuing penalties because of reports received later than the due date.  We will notify all noncompliant facilities once active enforcement of reporting requirements resumes.

Thank you,


Community Right to Know Team

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The Oregon Community Right to Know and Protection Act (ORS 453.307-414) requires Oregon employers to report their hazardous substances to OSFM, including where they are stored, and the hazards associated with them. OSFM's Community Right to Know (CR2K) Program tracks and maintains these records.  Information is then provided to emergency planners, first responders, health professionals, and the public so that measures can be taken to protect the citizens of Oregon, their property, and the environment from the risks associated with these substances.
For more information, call the Hazardous Substance Information Hotline at (503) 378-6835 or toll-free at (800) 454-6125.




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