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Do You Need a SPCC Plan Update or Not: 10 Ways to Tell if It's Time to Revisit Existing Plans - On-Demand

Do You Need a SPCC Plan Update or Not: 10 Ways to Tell if It's Time to Revisit Existing Plans - On-Demand

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Do You Need a SPCC Plan Update or Not: 10 Ways to Tell if It's Time to Revisit Existing Plans - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how and when your organization needs to update its SPCC plan to remain compliant with EPA’s regulations and avoid fines of up to $100,000.

The EPA continues to inspect petroleum storage facilities and finds many of them in violation of SPCC plan requirements. Fines and other financial burdens on the order of $100,000 and more are tacked onto non-compliant organizations, and in the future penalties may become more aggressive for organizations that are not compliant with EPA regulations.

There are three key questions to ask yourself when it comes to SPCC compliance:

  • Have you recently relocated the fuel tanks at your site or shifted your site layout in any way?
  • Have you changed the size of the storage tanks on your site?
  • And, has the emergency spill response contactor or inspection personnel changed? 

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, or have run into any other circumstances which could warrant changing compliance requirements, then it’s critical that you update your current SPCC plan.

Whether it’s tank relocation, new personnel, or an aging plan that is coming up on the 5-year mark, staying up-to-date on SPCC compliance concerns is critical for avoiding major fines. Use this in-depth webinar on-demand where Patrick Wicks will discuss the scenarios that call for a plan update and how to implement changes by a relevant deadline. 

You’ll learn:

  • How to tell if facility design, construction, operation, maintenance or other changes means you must update your SPCC plan
  • Which changes require that your SPCC plan be amended relating to:
    • Changes in tank product or service
    • Commissioning and decommissioning containers
    • Replacement, reconstruction, and movement of containers
    • Piping system installation, replacement, and reconstruction
    • Personnel or contactor changes
    • Company reorganization or buyout
    • Secondary containment structures
  • How to identify relevant changes
  • The deadline for implementing SPCC plan amendments

About Your Presenter:

Patrick Wicks, PEPatrick H. Wicks, PE 
Environmental Engineering & Consulting, Inc.

Patrick Wicks, president of Environmental Engineering & Consulting, Inc. has extensive experience in virtually all aspects of air quality, hazardous materials, radioactive and chemical waste management and associated permitting, waste designation, remediation and water quality permitting, engineering, operations and management. His experience also includes project management, facility design and startup, auditing, state, and federal licensing and other requirements of EPA, DOT, DOE, state and local environmental agencies. He has demonstrated proficiency in RCRA, CERCLA, CAA, CWA, SARA, EPCRA, NEPA, OSHA and other federal laws. Mr. Wicks’ career has been in the consulting, chemical, and nuclear waste, petroleum industries and as a regulator.

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