California Environmental Reporting System (CERS)
In 2008, the State of California enacted Assembly Bill (AB) 2286. This legislation requires the State's Secretary for Environmental
Protection to establish an electronic information management system known as the California Environmental Reporting
System (CERS). Beginning January 1, 2013, all regulated facilities must report their CUPA program data electronically
Once fully implemented, CERS will benefit regulated facilities by simplifying the document submittal process,
including new information submittals and updating existing information to the CUPA. CERS will allow response
agencies quick access to current data during emergency response activities. More information on CERS and electronic reporting
can be found at
ACDEH may provide training and assistance to businesses in entering their facility information into CERS. Please
continue to visit our website for information on future training opportunities.
Please complete an
ELECTRONIC REPORTING LEAD USER AUTHORIZATION FORM
(473kb)* to ensure that only individuals designated by the facility owner/operator are authorized by the
CUPA to create, edit, and submit electronic data on the owner's behalf to CERS. Submit the completed form to
* Portable Document Format (PDF) file requires the free Adobe Reader.