Chemical Accident Prevention Program (CAPP) - Registration & Change in Ownership
Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) establishes the registration requirements for facilities that produce, use, store or handle designated quantities of listed substances (NAC 459.95348). Pursuant to the regulation, annual registration is required of facilities that have one or more processes subject to the provisions of CAPP. The NDEP requires submittal of these registrations by June 21st of each year. Annual Registration will begin on May 20th.
The Annual CAPP Registration will be completed on-line through CAPPTrack. NDEP does not have electronic signature capability at this time. Facilities will still be required to print, certify and mail a paper copy of their registration. The required CAPPTrack registration information is similar to information required in previous years. For facilities that have previously used CAPPTrack, the facility registration file is populated with the prior year’s registration information and requires minimal data verification and editing.
To begin registration, go to the CAPPTrack site. Please note that a UserID and Password are required to proceed further. If needed, contact NDEP-CAPP staff for this information. Registration information from last year has been prefilled for your convenience. Please check this data and correct it as necessary. Click here for the CAPPTrack Instructions.
Note: The reporting requirements for the Chemical Accident Prevention Program are different from those of the Nevada State Fire Marshal. The State Fire Marshal's Consolidated Reporting Form does not satisfy the Chemical Accident Prevention Program registration.
Change in Ownership
Whenever the owner or operator of a facility changes in between registration periods, a Change in Ownership form must be filed with NDEP within 14 days of the transfer (NAC 459.95333)