The Certified Spray Coating "CSC" Seal
These rules govern the design and use of the CSC stamp pursuant to www.haps6h.com.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency “EPA” Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Rule “CROMERR” 40 CFR Part 3, provides the legal framework for Certified Spray Coating “CSC” electronic identification.
Every individual CSC licensed under the registration provisions and standards thereof shall have a seal of certification authorized by the registrar, bearing the registrant's name, certificate number, expiration date and the legend “Certified Spray Coating” and “HAPS6H.com EPA Verification”. A sample of the HAPs 6H.com registrar-authorized seal appears below. Deviations are not allowed.
The following must be signed and sealed by the CSC:
All technical submissions required for recordkeeping or regulatory approvals that are filed with authorities having jurisdiction.
(1) Computations prepared by the CSC must be stamped and sealed on each sheet.
(2) Summaries and other technical submissions need only be sealed on the cover, title page, and all pages of the table of contents.
No CSC's stamp or countersignature will be affixed to any records not prepared by the CSC or his or her regularly employed subordinates, or reviewed by the owner/operator. A CSC who signs or seals computations or records that he or she has reviewed is responsible to the same extent as if prepared by that CSC.
Without exception, these stamping requirements for CSCs apply to all work prepared or supervised by the CSC regardless of whether the work is exempt from the certification requirements found in the CSC Code of Conduct and/or Code of Standards registry.