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Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plans

When you need a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan (or SPCC for short), KPA can help. KPA can prepare plans that meet 40 CFR 112 regulations and are cost-effective for your business, identifying those sites that require SPCC plans and which sites do not require a plan. The goal of these plans is to address what an organization is doing to prevent oil spills and outline how they are preparing in case of a spill.

Topics your SPCC must cover include:

  • Operating procedures at the facility to prevent oil spills
  • Control measures (such as secondary containment) installed to prevent oil spills from impacting waters
  • Countermeasures to contain, clean up, and mitigate the effects of an oil spill that has impacted waters

Topics your SPCC may want to cover include:

  • Use of appropriate storage and transportation containers
  • Alarm (or similar device) use to prevent overfilling these containers
  • Periodic inspection plans for all containers, pipes, and other objects used to prevent oil spills
  • Replacement plan for worn, weakened, or broken containers, pipes, and other objects used to prevent oil spills as they are identified

Plans are generally valid for a period of five years before a review and renewal are necessary, and clients using our EHS software can track their renewal dates online. KPA’s Facility Compliance Inspections and Loss Control Audit Services assist clients with fulfilling ongoing compliance with the SPCCP Rule.

KPA has written and certified SPCC Plans since 1999 at over 3,000 facilities.

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