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Western Wayne County HMRT. Tanker Rollover Farmington Hills Sept. 24, 2012. Shadd Whitehead, Chief Livonia Fire Department Western Wayne Special Operations. Corey Bartsch , Chief Farmington Hills Fire Department Western Wayne Special Operations. Overview. Incident occur at 12:44 hours

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western wayne county hmrt

Western Wayne County HMRT

Tanker Rollover Farmington Hills Sept. 24, 2012

Shadd Whitehead, Chief

Livonia Fire Department

Western Wayne Special Operations

Corey Bartsch, Chief

Farmington Hills Fire Department

Western Wayne Special Operations

overview
Overview
  • Incident occur at 12:44 hours
  • E/B 696
    • East of Halsted rd.
  • MC-306/DOT-406
    • 12,500 gallons of JP8
  • Lane closure
    • 2 outside lanes
    • 18 hours
overview1
Overview
  • Farmington Hills Fire Department
    • Extracted driver
    • Removed batteries
    • Hazard assessment
notification
Farmington Hills

Notified HMRT at 15:07 hours

MC-306/DOT-406 tanker

12,500 gallons of JP8

Leaking from 2 man-ways

Amount released 100-200 gallons

Tow & Environmental Company

Contacted HMRT around 15:20 hours

Cold Tap equipment

Notification
technical aspects
Technical Aspects
  • Procedures for Hot & Cold taps
  • Grounding & Bonding
  • Transfer of product
  • Waterways/wetlands
  • Staging/Parking
  • Contractors
    • Training, experience, resources
western wayne activation
Western Wayne Activation
  • 18:15 hours
    • Farmington Hills
  • Staged in Livonia
  • On scene 19:45 hours
mc 306 dot 406 atmospheric pressure cargo tank
MC-306/DOT-406Atmospheric Pressure Cargo Tank
  • Maximum operating pressure of to 4 psi
  • Aluminum construction
  • Usually multi-compartmented
  • Separate manhole for each compartment
  • Average Capacity- 9,000 gallons
mc 306 dot 406
MC-306/DOT-406
  • Manufactured 2006
  • 6 axle
  • 4 internal tanks
  • 4 man-ways
  • Vapor recovery system
commodity jp8 aviation fuel
Commodity: JP8Aviation Fuel
  • Combustible Liquid & Flammable Vapor
  • Boiling Point 300-570° F
  • Vapor Pressure .50mm Hg
  • Flash Point 100-150° F
  • LEL= .7% UEL= 5.0%
iap objectives
Hazard Assessment

1950-2029

Create access & egress corridors

2047- 2230

Air monitoring

1951- 2116

**MSP took over vehicle recovery operations

Set-up grounding & bonding field

2155- 2215

Cold tap tanker

Prep- 2222- 0015

Operation- 0058-0325

Product transfer

0100-0430

IAP Objectives
weep holes
Weep Holes

3800 gal

1900 gal

2500 gal

4300 gal

air monitoring
Air Monitoring
  • Perimeter monitoring
    • AreaRae’s
    • MSA Sirius
  • Normal reading
    • VOC’s 100ppm rear of trailer
grounding bonding
Grounding & Bonding
  • Reduces static electricity

Grounding rods and wire

Leaking Tanker

Bonding wire

Transfer tanker

Roadway

issues encountered
Issues Encountered
  • Traffic accident
    • 0144
  • Transfer tank overfilled
    • 0224
  • Transfer tank leaking
    • 0242-0325
  • Transfer pump failure
    • 0341-0400
  • Lighting, Parking
slide30

Leak in the VRS

Vapor recovery system

lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Create check lists
    • Grounding & Bounding
    • Transfer operation
  • Purchase additional hand tools for site access(i.e. saws, loppers, machete)
  • Risk / Benefit (Time of day, roadway lane closures, partial vs. complete)
  • Communication is critical
lessons learned1
Lessons Learned
  • Identify stakeholders early
  • Clearly define roles / expectations
  • Notify resources early
  • Roadway Sign Boards (messaging)
  • MDOT resources
  • Unified mitigation / stabilization plan