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SPILL PREVENTION CONTROL AND COUNTERMEASURES (SPCC) PLAN UK DINING SERVICES DIVISION. Training for all employees who handle oil and oil products. Prepared by : Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011.  An Equal Opportunity University. SPCC PLANS. SPCC Plan.

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    1. SPILL PREVENTION CONTROL AND COUNTERMEASURES (SPCC) PLANUK DINING SERVICES DIVISION Training for all employees who handle oil and oil products Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    2. SPCC PLANS SPCC Plan • Federal Regulations establish requirements to address: • Containment and procedures to prevent oil discharges • Control measures to keep oil discharges from entering navigable waters of the U.S. • Countermeasures to contain, clean up and mitigate any oil discharge (spill response measures) Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    3. SPCC PLANS • Must be prepared in accordance with Good Engineering Practices and must be certified by a Professional Engineer • Must have full approval of management for plan implementation • Must be amended if facility changes occur • Must be reviewed at least every five years • Must include a training element for persons handling oil SPCC Plan Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    4. TRAINING • Training must include: • Content of the SPCC Plan and locations • Affected facilities • Summary of oil pollution control rules and reporting requirements • Spill response requirements and equipment • Inspection requirements • Identification of spill pathways • The effect changes have on the plan • General facility operations • A review of past spills and failures of the plan or equipment Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    5. UK FACILITIES REQUIRINGSPCC PLANS • The University operations meeting one or more of the criteria in individual locations are: • Campus PPD • Medical Center PPD (including Good Samaritan Hospital) • Dining Services • College of Agriculture (certain farm operations) Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    6. SPCC PLANS LOCATIONS • All Plans – Environmental Quality Management Center • Campus PPD Plan - Peterson Service Building, room 216 • Medical Center PPD Plan - Kelly Building, room 103 • Good Samaritan Hospital Plan – Good Samaritan Hospital, room B042a • Dining Services Plan – Food Storage Building, room 19 • College of Agriculture Plans: • Maine Chance Farm Office • West Kentucky Substation Farm Office • Animal Research Center (Woodford County) Farm Office Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    7. OILS and LOCATIONS at UK • Gasoline • Fuel Oil • Waste Oil • Animal Oil • Transformer Oil • Hydraulic Oil • Motor Oil • Aboveground Tanks • Underground Tanks • Hydraulic Elevator Reservoirs • Electrical Transformers • Motor Vehicle Shops • Waste Oil Collection Locations • Waste Cooking Oil Collection Tanks • Portable Containers 55 gallons and larger in various locations Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    8. UK OIL STORAGE VESSELS Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    9. SPCC PLANS CONTENTS • 1.0 – Background and technical approach used in preparing plan • 2.0 – General requirements • 3.0 - Facility information and certification • 4.0 – Preventive measures implemented • 5.0 – Emergency contacts • Figures and Appendices Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    10. N DINING SERVICES – OVID’S CAFE Spilled material will flow across the pavement to a storm drain (highlighted) Flow will then be into the storm drain to LFUCG system and Town Branch Cover storm drain and place spill socks around the material to contain as near as possible to the oil tank Clean up using granular absorbent and spill pads Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    11. N DINING SERVICES – K-LAIR GRILL Spilled material will pond in the area Large volumes will flow across the pavement to a storm drain (highlighted) Flow will then be into the storm drain to LFUCG system and Town Branch Place spill socks around the pool to contain material If any material is flowing toward the storm drain, cover the drain Clean up using granular absorbent and spill pads Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    12. N DINING SERVICES – COMPLEX COMMONS Spilled material will flow across the pavement to the storm drain at the dock (highlighted) Flow will then be into the storm drain to LFUCG system and Town Branch Cover the drain and place spill socks around the pool to contain material Clean up using granular absorbent and spill pads Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    13. N DINING SERVICES – BLAZER COURTYARD Spilled material will flow across the grass area to the storm drain (highlighted) Additional material will flow across the pavement in the opposite direction Flow will then be into the storm drain to LFUCG system and Town Branch Cover the drain and place spill socks around the pool to contain material Clean up using granular absorbent and spill pads Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    14. N DINING SERVICES - STUDENT CENTER Spilled material will drain off dock onto the pavement Flow will then be into the storm drain (highlighted) to the LFUCG system and Town Branch Cover storm drain and place spill socks around the spill to contain material at the dock area Clean up using granular absorbent and spill pads Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    15. SPILL RESPONSE AND NOTIFICATION • See Petroleum Decision and Notification Chart (Handout) • Some spills into the environment require reporting to regulatory authorities • Gasoline and other oil greater than 25 gallons • Diesel Fuel greater than 75 gallons • Spill into navigable waters that creates a sheen on the surface Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    16. SPILL KITS • Located in a readily accessible location near the oil storage containers • Suggested Contents • Storage container • Absorbent Socks • Mat pads for absorbent • Granular absorbents • Nitrile gloves • Disposable bags and ties • Drain protectors • Container labels Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    17. SPILL RESPONSE PROCEDURE • Shut off the source of the leak / spill if possible • Obtain the nearest spill kit • Don appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (nitrile gloves, rubber boots) • Identify and protect all drains and drainage areas from oil flow by: • Covering all drain grates with rubber drain protector mat • Placing oil absorbent socks around manholes, curb inlets, and any other drains • Placing absorbent material, oil absorbent socks, earth, or sand across any drainage ditches to which the oil may flow Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    18. SPILL RESPONSE PROCEDURE • If the spill can be cleaned up by the operating department personnel (usually less than 55 gallons), proceed by: • Placing oil absorbent pads over the surface of the spill • Pour granular absorbent material around the perimeter of the spill • Work the granular material and the absorbent pads toward the center of the area using a shovel • Add additional pads or granular material as necessary to absorb all spilled material • Pick up all material and place into an empty drum • Ensure that any impacted soil, grass, sand is also picked up and placed in the drum • Close the drum, label the drum as “Non-Regulated Waste – Oil Clean up” and contact EMD at 859-323-6280 for pick up. Prepared by: Environmental Management Department 28 July 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    19. SPILL RESPONSE PROCEDURE • If the spill is larger than operating department personnel are equipped to handle: • Secure the area • Protect drains if possible • Await EMD and outside assistance • Remain at the spill area to ensure it remains secure until assistance arrives Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    20. INSPECTIONS • Must be performed monthly • More comprehensive annual inspection • Inspect containers, piping, containment, response equipment • Ensure any deficiencies noted are corrected as scheduled • Records must be maintained at the facility Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    21. MONTHLY INSPECTIONS Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    22. ANNUAL INSPECTIONS Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    23. DRAINAGE PATHWAYS • Drainage is generally through surface runoff, curb inlets, storm drains, or drainage ditches • Ensure familiarity with drainage pathways as identified in the plan • Drainage paths are identified in the Figures section of each individual SPCC plan • In the event of a spill, it is imperative to prevent runoff from entering nearby drainage areas Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    24. PLAN REVIEW AND UPDATE • Must be reviewed at least every 5 years • internal review will occur annually • records of all reviews must be maintained • ALL changes require documentation and approval • must be an addendum in the existing plan • must be added to the 5 year update • ALL changes must be documented and training completed as soon as possible but no later than 6 months after the change Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 20, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    25. PLAN REVIEW AND UPDATE Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    26. PLAN REVIEW AND UPDATE • Operational changes • May be internally documented • Examples: procedural, contact information, volume • Technical changes • Require Professional Engineer certification • Examples: equipment, flow patterns, new construction Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    27. PAST REPORTABLEOIL RELEASE HISTORY There have been no reportable releases at any University facility within the past 5 years Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    28. SECONDARY CONTAINMENT • Secondary containment is recommended for all oil storage containers • Should be capable of holding 110% of the volume • Examples in use at UK include: • Spill pallets • Double walled tanks • Buildings • Dikes • Should be maintained in good condition • Where secondary containment is not present then spill kits should be accessible Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University

    29. GENERAL FACILITY OPERATIONS • Each facility must prepare appropriate operating procedures for oil handling processes to describe: • Start up and shutdown • Operating instructions for equipment • Equipment testing requirements if necessary • Loading and unloading of oil containers • authorized persons to load and unload the container • observations during the operation Prepared by: Environmental Management Department July 28, 2011 An Equal Opportunity University