Welcome to the State of Alaska Tier II Database
Starting with the 2017 reporting year, Alaska's State Emergency Response Commission (SERC) has approved the use of this database as the sole mechanism for submitting SARA Title III Tier II Hazardous Chemical reports. This database will be disabling the alternative uploading devices. This will reduce errors found when uploading from multiple sources. Please follow directions found on each page or provided by your Local Emergency Planning Commission (LEPC) or the State of Alaska, Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC).
Additional requirements exist for facilities in the Municipality of Anchorage (which may include paper and/or email submissions). All facilities within the Municipality should contact the Community Right to Know (CRTK) Program Administrator Deneen Nichols by phone at 907-267-4901 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
To begin, use the toolbar on the left side of the page to add, edit, or delete Tier II information. Click on facilities to see if any facilities have previously been assigned to you. Do not create a new facility if it would duplicate a facility location already in the database. If you feel this list is missing facilities or if you are new to chemical reporting for your company, please contact the DHS&EM Tier II Administrator listed below.
You can access Help anytime by clicking the blue question mark icon on the top right of the page.
After completing and submitting your report, the database will automatically send a notification to the DEC, as well as the local fire department and LEPC for the town where the facility is located.
The Tier II Database Team
**Tier II Contacts**
For additional information on Tier II reporting requirements and how the information will be used, contact your Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) or the ADEC by emailing email@example.com. Kathy Shea of the DEC can be reached by phone at 907-269-3071 *Be advised that not all areas are under the oversight of an LEPC.
Community Right-to-Know Act
Alaska Statute 29.35.500
**This database is a joint project of the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) and the Alaska Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management (DHS&EM) and allows the electronic reporting of substances subject to restrictions under the Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 and Alaska Statute 29.35.500. Please see the links below for additional information on both laws.**