systems of internal audit, quality assurance, and quality control for the reporting program and the data reported.
Revisions. The operator may revise a submitted emissions data report under the circumstances specified in section 95104(d)(1)-(3). The operator shall maintain documentation to support any revisions made to a previously submitted emissions data report. Documentation for all emissions data report revisions shall be retained by the operator for five years, as specified in section 95105.
If during the course of receiving verification services and prior to completion of a verification opinion an operator chooses to make a correction or improvement to the report;
If an operator wishes to correct or improve an emissions data report not subject to verification, provided those changes are documented and approved by ARB;
If, within five years of submittal, an operator wishes to correct or improve an emissions data report that has received a positive verification opinion, in which case the revision must also be made subject to verification.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 39600, 39601, 41511, 38510, and 38530, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 39600, 41511, and 38530, Health and Safety Code.
§ 95105. Document Retention and Record Keeping Requirements.
The operator shall establish and maintain procedures for document retention and record keeping. The operator shall retain documents regarding the design, development and maintenance of the GHG inventory, in paper, electronic or other usable format, for a period of not less than five years following submission of each emissions data report. The retained documents, including GHG emissions data, shall be sufficient to allow for the verification of each emissions data report.
Upon request by ARB, the operator shall provide to ARB within 20 working days all documents, including data, used to develop an emissions data report.
In addition to information submitted as part of the emissions data report, each operator shall retain, at a minimum, the following information for at least five years after the submission of the report:
The list of all sources included in the emission estimates;
The fuel use data used to calculate emissions for each source, categorized
by process and fuel or material type;