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(SPCC) Bulk Storage Container Inspection Fact Sheet Mobile App

The SPCC Bulk Storage Container Inspections Fact Sheet mobile app provides an easy to use reference guide that covers SPCC regulations, which were designed to help detect oil leaks, spills, or other potential integrity or structural issues before they can result in a discharge of oil to navigable waters of the U.S. or adjoining shorelines. Inspections, evaluations, and testing of bulk oil storage tanks by qualified personnel are a critical part of discharge prevention. The aboveground storage tank inspections mobile app makes it easy to conduct regularly scheduled inspections, evaluations, and testing of bulk oil storage containers by qualified personnel.

The spill prevention control and management fact sheet can be accessed anywhere in the field using a smartphone or tablet so that you can access the SPCC regulation guidelines when evaluating above-ground storage. The app is perfect for professional engineers, oil emergency response teams, water container managers and others who work in oil spill prevention.

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    The inspection requirements of the SPCC rule are designed to detect oil leaks, spills, or other p...

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    §§112.

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    What oil storage containers do I have to inspect at my facility?

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    Conduct integrity testing and routinely inspect the following aboveground bulk storage containers...

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    Large (field-constructed or field-erected) and small (shop-built) bulk storage containers;

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    Containers located on, partially in (partially buried, bunkered, or vaulted tanks), and off the g...

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    Double-walled containers.

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    Oil filled equipment is not a bulk storage container and, therefore, not subject to the integrity...

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    How do I inspect aboveground bulk storage containers?

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    The SPCC rule requires that you:

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    Test or inspect each container for integrity on a regular schedule and whenever you make material...

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    Frequently inspect the outside of the container for signs of deterioration, discharges, or accumu...

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    Identify in your SPCC Plan the type and frequency of testing and inspection for each container an...

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    Integrity testing is required for all aboveground bulk storage containers located at onshore faci...

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    Depending on the type of container, integrity testing may be as simple as an external visual insp...

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    While frequent external visual inspections can often be completed by trained facility personnel, ...

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    How do I develop a program for inspecting and/or testing my containers?

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    First, you, or a registered Professional Engineer (PE), determine which industry standards are ap...

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    The appropriate qualifications for personnel performing tests and inspections; and

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    The frequency and type of testing and inspections.

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    Industry standards describe procedures to identify the condition of the container through formal ...

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    If you have containers that have never been inspected for integrity then, depending on their size...

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    The industry standard you or your PE identifies in your SPCC Plan outlines the specific inspectio...

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    What are industry standards?

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    Industry standards are technical guidelines created by experts in a particular industry for use t...

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    The use of a particular standard is up to the owner/operator.

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    The American Petroleum Institute (API) Standard 653, “Tank Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and Re...

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    API-653 covers steel storage tanks built to design specifications in the API 650 standard and it...

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