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SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 1 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 SAFETY TRAINING CORPORATE SAFETY TRAINING © Copyright SafeyInstruction 2008 EPA 40 CFR Part 112 & 265 SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW SPILL PREVENTION, CONTROL AND COUNTERMEASURES PLAN WELCOME TC-164
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 2 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 YOUR INSTRUCTOR
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 3 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 COURSE OBJECTIVES Provide An Introduction To The SPCC Plan. Discuss The SPCC Plans Usage In Todays Industry. Discuss The General Requirements Of The SPCC Plan. Discuss The Required Elements Of The SPCC Plan. Discuss Employee Training Requirements. Discuss Methods Of Compliance With EPA Regulations. Discuss Common EPA Violations With Respect To SPCC Plans. Discuss The Legal Definition Of Responsible Parties. Discuss The Filing Requirements Of The Plan. Discuss The Record Keeping Requirements Of The SPCC Plan. OBJECTIVES WHAT WE WILL COVER DURING THIS TRAINING SESSION:
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 4 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 BASIS FOR THIS COURSE SPCC Plans Are Required To Be Written By Many Of Facilities. SPCC Plans Can Prevent Contamination Of Waterways. Employees Must Understand The Requirements Of SPCC Plans. Employees Must Be Involved In The Development Of SPCC Plans. Pollution Prevention Can Be Greatly Enhanced Through Training. EPA Regulations Require: WHY THIS TRAINING IS ESSENTIAL TO YOUR SAFETY AT WORK: Potential Release Sources Be Assessed. Written Spill Prevention Plans Be Developed. Emergency Response Capability Be Established. Employee Training Be Conducted. Hazards And Precautions Be Explained.
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 5 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Understand The Purpose Of The SPCC Plan. Understand The Need For The Plan In Todays Industry. Know The General Requirements Of The SPCC Plan. Be Familiar With The Required Elements Of The SPCC Plan. Be Familiar With The Employee Training Requirements. Know The General Methods Of Compliance With EPA Regulations. Know The Legal Definition Of Responsible Parties. Understand General Filing Requirements Of The Plan. Know The Basic Record Keeping Requirements Of The SPCC Plan. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS TRAINING SESSION:
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 6 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 Any Employee Potentially Involved With SPCC Planning. Employee Who Come Into Contact With Hazardous Materials. Any Employee Required to Use a Material Safety Data Sheet. Facility Engineers. Process Engineers. Process Personnel. Safety Committees. Corporate Managers. Department Managers. First Line Supervisors. Maintenance Departments. Accident Investigation Team Members. WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING SESSION: COURSE ATTENDEES
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 7 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 COURSE CONTENT 1. Basis For The Course. 2. Course Objectives. 3. Student Learning Outcomes. 4. Recommended Attendees. 5. Affected Regulations. 6. Training Requirements. 7. Purpose of the SPCC Plan. 8. Uses of the SPCC Plan in This Facility. 9. SPCC Applicability. 10. Management Commitment. 11. Plan Certification. 12. Plan Amendments. 13. Plan Review. 14. Plan Record keeping. 15. Responsible Parties. 16. Elements of the SPCC Plan. 17. Site-Specific Requirements. 18. Common EPA Violations. 19. Common Penalties for Violations. 20. EPA Regional Response Teams. 21. Tips For Using Contractors. 22. Review. SPECIFIC TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 8 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 40CFR - ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS: 112 - Oil Pollution Prevention. 256 - Solid Waste Management Plans. REGULATIONS THAT APPLY TO THE SPCC PLAN: APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 9 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 FEDERAL - 29 CFR 1903.1 EMPLOYERS MUST: Furnish a Place of Employment Free of Recognized Hazards That Are Causing or Are Likely to Cause Death or Serious Physical Harm to Employees. Employers Must Comply With Occupational Safety and Health Standards Promulgated Under the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. OSHA ACT OF 1970 Purpose: The General Duty Clause Provides Enforcement Action Where No Specific OSHA Regulations Cover a Particular Hazard. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS THE GENERAL DUTY CLAUSE REGULATIONS THAT APPLY TO SPILL PREVENTION: Continued
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 10 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 TRAINING REQUIREMENTS The General Requirements of the SPCC Plan. When an SPCC Plan Is Necessary. The Spill Control Requirements of the Site. Emergency Response Actions to a Spill. Release Reporting Requirements. Engineering Controls for Spill Prevention. Care and Maintenance of Spill Equipment. Oil Storage and Use Requirements. Conduct Training Prior to Job Assignment. THE EMPLOYER MUST PROVIDE TRAINING:
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 11 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 Close-Call Spill Event. New Spill Hazard. New Spill Prevention Equipment. New Spill Prevention Policy. Change in Job Assignment. New Spill Control Methods. Failure in the Spill Prevention Procedures. Occupationally Related Injury. Reason to Doubt Employee Proficiency. RETRAINING REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED WHEN THERE IS A:
SPCC PLAN OVERVIEW - SLIDE 12 OF 45 © Copyright SafetyInstruction 2008 THE SPCC PLAN The Facility Must Be Non-transportation-related; The Facility Must Have An Aggregate Above Ground Storage Capacity Greater Than 1,320 Gallons In Containers Of Greater Than 55 Gallons Capacity Or A Total Underground Storage Capacity Greater Than 42,000 Gallons And; There Must Be A Reasonable Expectation Of A Discharge To Navigable Waters Or Adjoining Shorelines Of The United States. A Copy Of 40 CFR 112 Must Be Included In The Plan. FACILITIES REGULATED BY THE SPCC REGULATIONS:
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