SUBCHAPTER I—EMERGENCY PLANNING AND NOTIFICATION
Establishment of State commissions, planning districts, and local committees.
Substances and facilities covered and notification.
Comprehensive emergency response plans.
Emergency training and review of emergency systems.
SUBCHAPTER II—REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
Material safety data sheets.
Emergency and hazardous chemical inventory forms.
Toxic chemical release forms.
SUBCHAPTER III—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Relationship to other law.
Provision of information to health professionals, doctors, and nurses.
Public availability of plans, data sheets, forms, and followup notices.
Authorization of appropriations.
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