Right to Know Law (Act 159)

Right to Know Law, Act 159 Compliance


The Hazardous Substance Survey Form (HSSF) is a document that has been developed to collect information about hazardous substances, special hazardous substances and environmental hazards that may be present at a work site.

The purposes of the HSSF are to:
Provide local emergency response organizations with an inventory of hazardous substances at a facility to assist with planning for and responding to emergencies.
 Provide the pubic with information about hazardous substances at facilities in their communities.

The completed HSSF provides an inventory of the hazardous substances that were present at a work site during the prior calendar year (shall be completed no later than April 1 of each year).

Per Act 159, the Rose Tree Media School District’s Right to Know program has been updated for calendar year 2014. 

Should you have any questions regarding this program, please contact Ron Baldino, Supervisor of Maintenance and Operations, Rose Tree Media School District, 610-627-6451.