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Facility Compliance Training

SUIT-KOTE Corp. 2013
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Katherine Niver

on 18 March 2013

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Transcript of Facility Compliance Training

Compliance Training Table of Content: Are there any Questions? Permits: Safety & Compliance Plans To ensure proper compliance with the various Licenses held, these plans were developed and are to be implemented throughout the facilities. List of Facilities & Permits/Plans Jamestown: Buffalo: Belmont: Watkins Glenn: Terminal: Cortland Emulsion Mill & The Hill Mill Rochester -Petroleum Bulk Storage (PBS)
-State Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems Permit (SPDES)
-Storm Water Pollution & Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
-Spill Prevention, Control, & Countermeasure Plan (SPCC) -Petroleum Bulk Storage Permit -Chemical Bulk Storage Permit (CBS)
-Major On-Shore Storage Facility Permit (MOSF)
-State Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems (SPDES)
-Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
-Spill Prevention, Control, & Counter Measure Plan (SPCC) Petroleum Bulk Storage (PBS)
State Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems Permit (SPDES)
Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC) Petroleum Bulk Storage Permit (PBS)
State Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems Plan (SPDES)
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
Spill Prevention, Control, & Countermeasures Plan (SPCC) Major On-shore Storage Facility (MOSF)
State Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems Permit (SPDES)
Spill Prevention, Control, & Countermeasure Plan (SPCC)
Storm Water Pollution & Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Petroleum Bulk Storage Permit (PBS)
Chemical Bulk Storage Permit (CBS)
State Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems Permit (SPDES)
Storm Water Pollution and Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC) Explanation: Permits/Licenses Chemical Bulk Storage Petroleum Bulk Storage State Pollutions Discharge Elimination Systems Major On-shore Storage Facility Facilities at SUIT-KOTE can be required to have and be in compliance with any or all 4 of these licenses: Chemical Bulk Storage (CBS) CBS tanks hold various hazardous materials and should be inspected on a daily basis (undocumented) as well as on a monthly/annual basis (documented) Inspect exterior surfaces of all tanks, pipes, valves and other equipment for leaks and maintenance deficiencies Identify cracks, areas of wear, corrosion and thinning, poor maintenance and operating practices, excessive settlement of structures, separation or swelling of tank insulation, malfunctioning equipment and structural and foundation weaknesses If you notice a leak or spill from one of these storage tanks, you must notify the person in charge of the Facility. DEC must be notified within 2 hours of finding the spill unless it has been fully contained within the secondary containment and is FULLY recovered. Petroleum Bulk Storage (PBS) All PBS tanks must be properly labeled and all fill ports must be color coded to identify product being stored All spill prevention equipment such as gauges and valves must be kept in good working order. For all Above Ground Storage Tanks, Monthly documented inspections are required.
-inspect exterior surfaces of all tanks, pipes, valves and other equipment for leaks and maintenance deficiencies
-identify cracks, areas of wear, corrosion and thinning, poor maintenance and operating practices, excessive settlement of structures, separation or swelling of tank insulation, malfunctioning equipment and structural and foundation weaknesses Daily undocumented Inspections are also required. All facilities that have a PBS tanks are required to maintain an adequate Spill Kit as well as a SPCC (discussed later in presentation) If a spill has occurred: Notify the Facility Manager, and the DEC needs to be notified within two hours
*Spills of 5 gallons or less do not need to be documented if they are contained and have not reached any New York State Waterway State Pollutions Elimination Discharge Systems (SPEDS) These are designed inorder to protect the local water ways from becoming polluted with materials that may come from the facilities. Storm Water discharge should NOT be released if there are signs of solid materials (floating or settled), chemicals in the water- oil sheens, un-natural color, or if there is an unnatural odor. SPDES permits require testing per the direction of the Facility Manager or Environmental, Safety & Health Specialist. Each SPDES Permit/Liscense requires the use of a SWPPP Major On-shore Storage Facility Also known as a Major Petroleum Facility License SUIT-KOTE currently operates two facilities with MOSF licenses: Emulsion Mill & the Terminal Suit-Kote shall maintain all equipment, including spill cleanup equipment in good repair Sorbents use should be limited to cleanup of small spills Each facility with an MOSF has a Spills Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan as well as a Facility Response Plan to ensure proper response in the event of an emergency. - Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan -Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Facility Response Plan SWPPP SPCC FRP Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
SWPPPP -Be aware of the proper spill response actions

-Utilize good housekeeping practices

-Utilize material management practices

-Be aware of how to recognize unauthorized discharges and how to evaluate the condition of stormwater controls & equipment

- Know the proper sampling and reporting procedures

-Know how to identify when corrective actions are required Suit-Kote Corporation 2013
For Ryan DuBois List of Facilities & applicable permits/ plans Explanation of Permits/Plans How it relates to everyday production The Purpose of having a SWPPP is to ensure the protection of NY State Waterways How you can follow the SWPPP: Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC) Be knowledgeable of operations and of the maintenance of equipment to prevent discharges;

Know the proper discharge procedure protocols;

Be aware of applicable pollution control laws, rules, and regulations;

Know the basic general facility operations.

Become familiarized with the contents of your facility's SPCC Plan. Facility Response Plans
(FRP) The FRP is designed to enusre that in the case of an emergency, spill, or leak, all employees know the proper actions to take to handle the situation in a safe and effective manner. Who do you contact in the case of a discharge? What are your personal responsibilites in the event of a discharge? FRP includes the immeadiate measures that need to be taken to secure the source of discharge Be knowledgeable of the health hazards that discharges could have
-Know all possible evacuation routes -know all possible hazards to human & environmental factors FRPs Include Live- Training Sessions Emergency Response Drills Equipment Deployment Excercises Spill Management Team Excercise Qualified Individual Notification Excercise -Monthly Training Sessions tailored to each individual facility

- After each training make sure that the workers understood what was taught

- Create a method for verifying that the training was completed
-providing dates and names

- Ask if additional training is necessary and document training as described above To Ensure Safety and Compliance at each facility `
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