THIS WEBSITE IS NOW CLOSED FOR BUSINESS USERS FOR THE 2017 REPORTING YEAR.
After the March 1st deadline, late filers will need to submit the Tier II report using hard copy. Blank copies of the Tier II form, instructions, and fee calculation worksheet can be downloaded from http://www.kdheks.gov/radiation/indexRTK.html.
Payment can be made by check, money order, or credit card. MasterCard or Visa are accepted. Go to http://www.kdheks.gov/radiation/indexRTK.html for a credit card payment form. Make checks payable to: KDHE.
ATTENTION USERS: SERVER DATA UPDATES ARE SCHEDULED FOR THIS TIER II WEBSITE EVERY THURSDAY AT APPROXIMATELY 4:30PM. YOUR INFORMATION WILL BE INACCESSIBLE DURING THIS 4-HOUR PROCESS.
If you have a User ID and Password and would like to complete the Kansas Tier II, you must click on the Registered Users button in the upper left-hand corner to log on. If you do not have a User ID and Password, they can be obtained by contacting the Right-to-Know Program at email@example.com.
Facilities utilizing the web site to file their Tier II report must generate a Fee Calculation Worksheet(s) and Certification Statement Letter. These documents must be mailed to KDHE with the appropiate fees (or credit card payment form) by March 1 to complete their reporting requirements. If paying by credit card, the documents can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The credit card payment form can be found at the link listed above. If you wish to include a site plan then a hard copy will have to be enclosed with your submission.
Facilities must also print a Tier II report using the PDF generator on their facility data page and submit a copy to their Local Emergency Planning Committee and local Fire Department.
MANY OF YOUR QUESTIONS CAN BE ADDRESSED BY CHOOSING THE HELP, FAQs, CONTACTS, OR LINKS MENU FEATURES IN THE UPPER LEFT-HAND CORNER.
SARA Title III Kansas Tier II Reporting
- The purpose of this program is to allow owners and/or operators who are required to report hazardous or extremely hazardous substances under the Kansas and Federal Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) electronically.This capability has been developed to be in compliance with K.S.A. Article 57, Section 65-5707, Kansas Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, K.A.R. Article 65 28-65-03, and 40 CFR Part 370.25.