1 ACTIVITY NAME Training Requirements for Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) 40 CFR Part 112 Naval Air Station Corpus Christi Texas CY 2014
2 BOTTOM LINE UP FRONT To prevent oil discharges from reaching navigable waters of the U.S. or its adjoining shorelines 2 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
3 Required Training as Specified in 40 CFR Part 112 All personnel who handle oil products must at a minimum be trained in: Operation and maintenance of equipment to prevent spills Spill response procedures General facility operations Applicable pollution control laws, rules, and regulations And the contents of the site specific SPCC Plan An individual must be designated and trained at each facility who is to be accountable for discharge prevention and who reports to facility management Spill prevention briefings must be held annually and must at a minimum include: Any past spills, discharges, or failures of the plan or equipment 3 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
4 SPCC Training Requirements Training is required annually to ensure proper actions are taken in the event of a spill Training is also required for new employees assigned to oil handling, maintenance or spill response duties Training updates be conducted whenever a significant change has been made to any oil storage (e.g., new tank installation) 4 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
5 Who is Trained on the SPCC Plan? EPA indicted in a regulatory preamble "oil-handling personnel" are employees engaged in one or more of at least the following functions: 1. Operation and maintenance of oil storage containers (includes storage drums, tanks and oil-filled equipment); 2. Operation of equipment related to storage containers; and 3. Emergency response personnel. ANY employee working at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi involved in oil handling, transfer, storage, spill response, or maintenance of oil filled equipment. Fuel oil delivery employees responsible for fueling tanks and equipment on NAS Corpus Christi. 5 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
6 What is the SPCC Plan? SPCC Stands for Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures Plan. The Naval Air Station Corpus Christi SPCC Plan is kept on file at the Public Works Environmental office building 19; As well as, _christi/om/environmental_support/spcc.html 6 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
7 Goals of SPCC Training Familiarize employees with the written SPCC Plan Identify oil storage locations and handling procedures Identify spill pathways Familiarize employees with appropriate spill response procedures and use of response equipment 7 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
8 Main Elements of the SPCC Plan Operating Procedures implemented to prevent oil spills. Examples: Routine inspections, SPCC On-Site Coordinator observing tank filling procedures. Control Measures installed to prevent oil from reaching navigable waters. Example: Secondary containment. Countermeasures to contain, cleanup, and mitigate the effects of an oil spill. Examples: Cleanup and spill equipment availability on site, available list of contacts and phone numbers for employee use during spills. 8 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
9 SPCC Program Goals Spill Prevention Installation of proper equipment, repair of malfunctioning systems, inspections, and good fueling and handling practices Spill Control Monitoring of leak detection, proper reporting, inspection of containment and piping systems. Spill Countermeasures Quick, proper, and safe response to spills. 9 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
10 Potential Spill Pathways In some areas, oil can enter the Navigable Waters of the U.S. or adjoining shorelines by: Direct spillage into a storm drain. Direct spillage to any associated wetlands areas that lead to Corpus Christi Bay, Oso Bay, and Laguna Madre. Never allow oil to drain into an open drain or into a ditch or waterway. Oil containing equipment (i.e. a vehicle) is never to be rinsed or washed near a storm drain or waterway. 10 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
11 Original SPCC Plan Prevention Regulation Authority was granted under the Clean Water Act (CWA) 311 and 501, and is codified under 40 CFR Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
12 Why Do Facilities Need an SPCC Plan? The Facility has aggregate above ground oil storage capacity of more than 1,320 gallons; and Oil can be reasonably expected to enter into navigable waters of the U.S. by storm drains, ditches, overland flow or other means into navigable waterways. 12 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
13 Spill Prevention Routine Inspections SPCC plan includes the frequency schedule and checklist necessary for your inspection. Ensure that necessary maintenance and repairs are completed as scheduled and recorded. SPCC specific inspections are conducted on a Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, and Annually basis as outlined in the Periodic Inspection Checklist. Inspection records must be kept for a minimum of three years 13 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
14 SPCC Plan Certification and Review For facilities with 10,000 gallons or more above ground oil storage capacity, the SPCC Plan must be reviewed and certified by a Professional Engineer (PE) to be in accordance with good engineering practices, including the consideration of applicable industry standards and the requirements outlined in 40 CFR 112. The Plan must be reviewed and certified every five years. Any technical amendments to the Plan must be certified by a PE. 14 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
15 Containers Subject to SPCC Regulation Any current oil storage container 55 gallons or greater This includes fuel tanks, drums, used oil, collection stations, cooking oil containers, hydraulic elevator reservoirs, etc 15 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
16 Types of Oil Which May Be Regulated Under the SPCC All petroleum based oils. Fuel Oil, Gasoline, Hydraulic Fluid, Motor Oil, etc. Animal fats and oils. Transformer oil 16 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
17 Oil Storage at the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi TX Oil Storage at the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi includes; Aboveground Storage Tanks (ATS) Underground Storage Tanks (UTS) Hydraulic Elevator Systems and Reservoirs Electrical Transformers Electrical Switches Waste/Used Oil Collection Stations Used Cooking Oil 55 Gallon Drums in various locations Portable Generators and Support Equipment Fuel trucks 17 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
18 Types of containers There are two types of containers subject to SPCC rules: Bulk containers drums, tanks; used for the storage of oil and oil products Requires secondary containment Active containers transformers, elevator tanks Active containers do NOT have to meet the secondary containment requirements of section 112.8(c) Active containers still require inspection 18 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
19 Spill Prevention Fuel Deliveries Tank Truck Drivers loading or unloading materials on Naval Air Station property shall adhere to the following: Remain with vehicle at ALL Times while loading or unloading. Drain lines to storage tanks and close the drain valves before disconnecting and ensure that appropriate containment is located beneath connections. Inspect vehicle prior to departure to ensure that all lines are disconnected and all drains and vents are closed Immediately report all spillage to Environmental personnel 19 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
20 Spill Prevention Alarms / Shutoff Valves Monitor activity of leak detection / overfill protection systems and respond immediately to alarms. DO NOT assume alarms are false, even if repeatedly activated. DO NOT leave fueling station unsupervised during loading operations. Perform regular tests on monitoring systems to ensure operational capabilities. 20 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
21 Secondary Containment Definition of proper containment All bulk storage containers of oil must be located in containment sufficient for the entire capacity of the largest container and sufficient have sufficient freeboard to contain an additional 10% volume. Secondary containment must be impervious material Secondary containment is NOT required for Qualified Oil- Filled Operational Equipment such as transformers or electrical switches currently in use. 21 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
22 Secondary Containment Routine Inspection Can be performed by any SPCC On-site Coordinator. Check for indication of oil leaks on floors, pallets, dikes, retaining walls, and berms. Water must be able to drain out ONLY if there is no noticeable sheen. Refer to your site specific SPCC plan for specific details regarding your site s secondary containment inspection. 22 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
23 Spill Response Discovery of Release Extinguish or remove any source of ignition. Identify the material and its point of release. Notify the Fire Department 911 and Navy Environmental immediately. Potential threat to human health and the environment. Attempt to stop the release at its source if it is safe to do so. Initiate the spill reporting procedure as specified in the SPCC plan. Reference the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for the spilled substance. 23 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
24 Spill Response Containment of Release Attempt to stop the release at the source Contain material to prevent release into the environment Recover or clean up spilled material Arrange for disposal of waste materials through Environmental HWCB The Navy Environmental department is responsible for reporting to outside agencies. 24 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
25 Spill Reporting Information Spill Reporting: Refer to SPCC reporting procedures. Oil discharged to water: Any release of oil to water must be reported to the Navy Environmental office as soon as the person has knowledge of the discharge. Oil discharged to land: Any release of oil must be reported to the Navy Environmental office as soon as the person has knowledge of the discharge. Oil discharged to secondary containment areas: Any release of oil must be documented and cleaned up as soon as the person has knowledge of the discharge. 25 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
26 Spill Reporting Documentation The SPCC On-Site Coordinator will relay to Environmental any reports of spills and include the following information: Date, time, and duration of release Type of incident Material involved Volume of material involved SPCC Plan Discrepancies Actions taken to avoid future incidents 26 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
27 After a Spill Be sure to include information on the spill report for the following: How to prevent another occurrence Effectiveness of the response Remember to restock your spill kit with any items used and/or add items that may be useful in the future. 27 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
28 Notifications - Internal Contact Navy Fire Department Emergency 911 whenever there is a spill, or threat of a spill, to public health, fire, or explosion involving oil (or other hazardous material) Contact Navy Environmental /5356 whenever there is a spill, or threat of a spill, that enter, or threaten to enter, the environment, storm/floor drains, and coastal waters involving oil (or other hazardous material) 28 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
29 Fueling Operations No smoking is permitted during fueling operations The delivery driver must remain with the vehicle at all times during the fueling operation. The delivery driver will insure that the vehicle is properly positioned and that drip pans or absorbent pads are beneath all fuel line connections. The delivery driver will have proper spill control supplies (booms, pads, etc.), a list of contact numbers, and a working cell phone. 29 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
30 Security Regulated containers are to be located inside access controlled areas, or gated and locked areas accessible to authorized personnel. Lighting must be sufficient to enable the visualization of spills or leaks during hours of darkness and to detour releases from occurring through acts of vandalism. 30 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
31 Common SPCC Violations Inadequate Secondary Containment Containment is either nonexistent, porous, or incapable of containing a spill due to improper size. Fueling procedures not properly followed Procedure is not properly observed, spill equipment is not readily available, etc. Training and inspection records not properly documented or filed Security fencing and/or lighting not present where applicable Gates are left unlocked, lighting is not maintained 31 Activity/Title/Group/Section,etc.
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