Strandberg Associates performs California Accidental Release Prevention, CalARP assessments to determine if vessels and piping containing hazardous gases like ammonia, chlorine, and sulfur dioxide are adequately supported to withstand an anticipated earthquake. These assessments are required every five years and must be certified by a professional engineer. The assessment includes a site walk, a site map, pictures and drawings of typical pipe supports and piping, Seismic calculations are done to determine the adequacy of the anchoring for the vessel, pipe and ancillary equipment anchoring. Any diescrepancies are noted, photographed and shown in the report. The report cannot be certified until the discrepancies are corrected. The report also shows a map of the expected release plume using the NOAA Aloha gas dispersion simulation progrram.