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Tag Archives: SPCC Training
We all think that giving someone a spill kit and expecting them to clean-up a low hazards oil spill is no big deal. Many will use a simple PowerPoint presentation to demonstrate these techniques. Attached is a video demonstration on … Continue reading
I had thought most of us had a clear understanding of the difference between these two types of oil waste streams but during a recent ISO audit I encountered a site who labeled all of their used oil as “waste … Continue reading
As an auditor, the requirements for annual SPCC training are often not well defined and not well implemented. 40 CFR 112.7(f) specifies the requirements for annual briefings to review the SPCC with “oil-handling” employees. This briefing is NOT simply generic spill training for cleaning … Continue reading