The purpose of the EPA's Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure rule is to prevent oil contamination of navigable waterways and adjoining shorelines. Facilities which store or handle sufficient quantities of oil are required to create an SPCC plan, which includes inspection and testing procedures and schedules. The purpose of SPCC inspections is to prevent oil discharges due to container and equipment failures. Personnel conducting the inspections are trained to look for signs of corrosion, leaks, brittle fracture, overflows, and other problems.
- List the key elements of an SPCC plan
- List the inspection and testing requirements for SPCC- regulated facilities
- Define the terms "baseline conditions" and "brittle fracture"
- List the factors which influence the frequency and scope of tests and inspections at SPCC-regulated facilities
- Describe common elements of monthly SPCC inspections
- Describe common elements of annual SPCC inspections
- 40 CFR 112 (2016): Oil Pollution Prevention
31 Minutes (19 min. video + 12 min. test)
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