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Draft - O&M Manual Presentation Butte Priority Soils Operable Unit June 7, 2011
EPA 540-F-01-004 Operation and Maintenance in the Superfund Program; Highlight 5 – Typical O&M Manual Sections, 2001 BP Engineering Integrity Manual; Section 22 – Operation and Maintenance Manual Requirements, 2009 Building Design Guide; Comprehensive Facility Operation and Maintenance Manual Written sections of the O&M manual provide system background and operational justification for operating parameters, and allow for an operating range while maintaining safe operating limits of the system.
Volume I - System Overview Volume II - Metro Storm Drain Pumping Station Volume III - West Camp Pumping Station Volume IV - BTL-LAO Treatment System Volume V - Maintenance Plan
Volume I System Overview The Draft Operation, Maintenance and Monitoring (O&M) Plan for Butte Priority Soils Operable Unit consists of multiple volumes (I through V). Each volume is used to describe specific aspects of the Operations and Monitoring (O&M) Plan. Volume I, presents project background information, an overview of the operating systems and associated components, and waste characterization.
Items provided in Volume I required by EPA Highlight 5 include the following: Remedy description Staffing and Personnel Requirements *Permits Records *(as written in the Final Consent Decree)
BP’s Site Remediation Technologies Engineering Integrity Manual, Section 22 provides requirements for Operation and Maintenance Manual preparation The following provides clarification regarding where these items are found
BP Engineering Integrity ManualBTL-LAO O&M I.Cover SheetVolumes I – V II.Table of ContentsVolumes I – V III.PurposeVolume I IV. Equipment DescriptionVolumes I – IV V.Instrumentation and Protective System DevicesVolumes I – V VI.Safe Operating LimitsVolumes I – IV VII.System Operating DetailsVolumes II – IV VIII.SamplingVolumes I – IV IX.Equipment Lubrication and MaintenanceVolume V X.Waste Handling and DisposalVolumes II – V XI.DrawingsVolumes I – IV
BP Engineering Integrity ManualBTL-LAO O&M XII.Equipment ManualsVolume V XIII.Copy of PermitsVolumes I – IV XIV.FormsVolumes II– V XV.Field Data SheetVolumes II – IV; Daily Ops Report XVI.Maintenance Schedule & ChecklistVolume V XVII.Maintenance LogVolume V XVIII.PSD ChecklistVolumes II– IV
1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1Purpose and Scope 1.2Remedy Description 1.3System Background 1.4Waste Characterization 1.5Treatment System 1.6Treatment Method 1.7Design Theory 1.8Owner and Contact Information 1.9Site Access 1.10Operation and Maintenance Manual Contents 1.10.1Volume I System Overview 1.10.2Volume II Metro Storm Drain 1.10.3Volume III West Camp/Missoula Gulch 1.10.4Volume IV Butte Treatment Lagoons and Lower Area One 1.10.5Volume V Maintenance 2.0SYSTEM OVERVIEW 2.1Influent Characterization 2.2Remedial Action Treatment Objectives 2.3Safe Operating Limits 2.4Protective Safety Devices (PSDs) 2.5Description of Facilities/Systems 2.6Description of Remote Facilities/Influent Systems 3.0PERFORMANCE STANDARDS 3.1Groundwater 3.2Surface Water 3.3Operational Sampling and Monitoring 3.4Sampling by Others 4.0OPERATION, MONITORING, AND MAINTENANCE PLAN PURPOSE AND USE 5.0HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN 6.0MANAGEMENT PLAN 6.1Staffing and Personnel 6.2Training 6.2.1Start-up, Shutdown, Upset, and Normal Operation 6.3Records and Reporting 6.4Transfer of Ownership, Operation and Management 7.0FUTURE REVISIONS AND UPDATES TO O&M PLAN
Volumes II – IV are structured with a consistent Table of Contents format Volumes II – IV provide operating and daily maintenance tasks associated with a specific system Specific checklists, SOPs, drawings, etc. are contained within each specific volume
1.0INTRODUCTION 1.1Purpose and Scope 1.2Project Background 1.3Design Theory 1.0INTRODUCTION 1.1Purpose and Scope 1.2Project Background 1.3Design Theory 1.4BTL-LAO Owner and Contact Information 1.5Organization and Use of this Volume of the O&M Manual 2.0SYSTEM OVERVIEW 2.1General Facility 2.2Electrical, Instrumentation and Controls 2.3Wet Vault Installation 2.4System Monitoring 2.5Electrical Systems 2.6Backup Systems and Spare Parts 3.0SYSTEM CONTROLS 3.1Hydraulic Control 3.2Electrical, Automation Control, and Monitoring 3.3Instrumentation and Controls – Operational Control Theory 4.0SAFE OPERATING LIMITS 4.1Pressure 4.2Temperature 4.3Electrical 4.4Protective Safety Devices (PSDs) 5.0ROUTINE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TASKS 5.1Routine Operation 5.2Site Vegetation and Access Maintenance 6.0OPERATION DURING DISTURBANCES 6.1System Disturbances 6.2Instrumentation and Control Disturbance 6.3Environmental Disturbances 7.0MONITORING AND LABORATORY TESTING 7.1Operator Observations 7.2System Generated Data 7.3Automatic Electronic Monitoring Data 7.4Field Measurement and Sample Collection 7.5Routine Inspection and Calibration of On- Site Monitoring Systems 7.6Review of Monitoring Data for Operations 7.7Routine Sampling Tasks
4.0SAFE OPERATING LIMITS 4.1Pressure 4.2Temperature 4.3Electrical 4.4Protective Safety Devices (PSDs) 5.0ROUTINE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TASKS 5.1Routine Operation 5.2Site Vegetation and Access Maintenance 6.0OPERATION DURING DISTURBANCES 6.1System Disturbances 6.2Instrumentation and Control Disturbance 6.3Environmental Disturbances 7.0MONITORING AND LABORATORY TESTING 7.1Operator Observations 7.2System Generated Data 7.3Automatic Electronic Monitoring Data 7.4Field Measurement and Sample Collection 7.5Routine Inspection and Calibration of On- Site Monitoring Systems 7.6Review of Monitoring Data for Operations 7.7Routine Sampling Tasks 8.0DATA MANAGEMENT 8.1Data Management Plan 8.2Automated Data Management 8.3Monitoring, Alarm, and Data Logging System 9.0OPERATIONS REPORTING AND RECORD KEEPING 9.1Daily Operations Report 9.2Weekly Operations Report 9.3Monthly Operations Report 9.4Quarterly Operations Report 9.5Annual Operations Report 9.6Supplementary Data 10.0ROUTINE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE GUIDELINES 10.1Inspection and Maintenance Guidelines for Process Equipment 11.0EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 11.1Alarm Response Notification 11.2Alarm Conditions 11.3Emergency Shutdown of Pump Station 12.0REFERENCES
Volume V provides maintenance requirements beyond daily operational maintenance tasks Work order system Inspection schedules, maintenance logs, seasonal maintenance, etc.
1.0INTRODUCTION 1.1Purpose 1.2Scope 1.3Updates 2.0EQUIPMENT TRACKING 2.1Equipment List 2.1.1Equipment Numbering 2.1.2Equipment Data Sheets 2.2Maintenance Procedures 2.3Work Permits – HSSE Requirements 2.4Risk Assessments 2.5Training 2.5.1Re-certifications 2.6Work Order System 2.6.1Work Order 2.7Prioritizing Work Requests 2.8Labor Usage 2.9Spare Parts Inventory and Inventory Control 2.10Manufacturer’s Manuals Usage 2.11Schedule of Tasks Performed 3.0INSPECTION, DOCUMENTING AND REPORTING 4.0SYSTEM OVERVIEW INSPECTION 4.1Inspection Log 4.2Equipment Maintenance Logs 4.3Protective Safety Devices Maintenance 4.3.1PSD Testing and Maintenance Log 4.4Work Orders 4.5Incident Investigations 5.0PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE TASKS 5.1Inspections 5.2Cleaning 5.3Lubrication 6.0PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE 7.0SEASONAL MAINTENANCE 8.0HSSE AND SPECIALIZED TOOLING REQUIREMENTS 9.0PROCESS DESCRIPTION 10.0MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS ( B Y SYSTEM) 10.1 CAS 10.2BTL 10.3LAO SITE 14.0REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS 15.0WASTE AND WASTE DISPOSAL 16.0MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS 17.0INSTRUMENTATION 18.0LESSONS LEARNED 19.0UPGRADES and UPDATES
*Site Plot Plan Process Flow Diagram Construction As-Built Drawings Equipment Layout Well Details – West Camp Equipment Interface Details *Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) Electrical One Line – upon completion of upgrades
Provide specific purchase information Document specific equipment details Should be completed for all equipment when purchased/installed Retired when equipment is removed/replaced
Provide method for tracking maintenance Ensure CoW practices are followed Require dual verification of work completed
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) Currently 43 SOPs written Standard format Scope, HSSE, PPE, MSDS, Reference Drawings, Work Instructions Manufacturer’s Specific O&M Manuals Included in specific Volume Appendices Referenced for minimum maintenance requirements
System Upgrades Transition from Manual to Program Maintenance Schedules Procedures Detailed equipment files Operations Additional SOPs Updated SOPs IM Compliance Monthly compliance focus Line Lists Coordinate Contingency Operation Plans Construction Completion Reports