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SPCC Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures. September 2003. What is SPCC. Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan Federally dictated for the Facility: One for all Ft. Hood Managed by the Environmental Division. How does it affect you?. Training – Initial and annual

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what is spcc
What is SPCC

Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan

  • Federally dictated for the Facility: One for all Ft. Hood
  • Managed by the Environmental Division

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how does it affect you
How does it affect you?
  • Training – Initial and annual
  • Planning – included in your SOPs
  • Notification – Report to the fire department
  • Inspections – Storage areas (new and used products)
  • Documentation – Maintenance logs, POL storage maintenance, secondary containment use, inspections

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the basics of spill response
The Basics of Spill Response:
  • SAFETY FIRST – DONT BE A HERO
  • CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • CONTAIN THE SPILL IF POSSIBLE
  • EVACUATE IF NEEDED

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bob says
Bob says:
  • Judge the Situation
  • Take Immediate Action
  • Notification – contact the Fire Department

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what information you ll need
What information you’ll need:
  • LOCATION of the spill (building # is best, intersection is okay, unit information isn’t enough)
  • MATERIAL SPILLED JP-8, gasoline, batteries
  • WHERE where the spill is coming from (tank, vehicle, container, etc.)
  • WHERE the spill is going (pooling on concrete, dirt, running down the ditch)
  • NOTE any fumes, gasses, odors, (don’t go closer to sniff!)
  • CONDITIONS (raining, on a slope, within a creek)
  • CONTACT information – name and phone number

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Site Safety – be aware of what you are dealing with

DOT

(Department of Transportation)

Placards

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Treat all spills as a

Hazardous Substance

NFPA 704

National Fire Protection Agency

Label

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Procedures

  • In Garrison: contact the Fire Department at 117 or or 911
  • On Ranges: contact Range Control at 287-3130 and monitor frequency 3045 (alternate) 3830
  • Away from Ft. Hood, call 911 and notify local authorities

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common risk area
Common Risk Area:
  • Fueling Operations:
    • Bulk Fuel Tankers leaving the Tank Farm
    • Transfer operations
    • Small container accidents (jerry cans spilling)
  • Never fill a tanker more than 90% full – teach your coworkers

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questions
Questions?

Point of contact is Charlotte Priest at 286-6262 or

Charlotte.priest@hood.army.mil

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