This training course course covers oil spill prevention, control and response and is required for all oil-handling personnel (55 gallon quantity or greater).
This online Spill Prevention, Control and Counter measures course will help learners identify the cause and effects of spillage and understand regulations and requirements for spill prevention plans.
This course covers the federal requirements for Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans and their role in helping prevent oil spills that could reach navigable waters of the United States (or adjoining shorelines). You'll learn the most updated SPCC regulations. We'll walk you through how to prepare, review, and design a facility-specific SPCC plan of your own, as well as facility response plans and integrated contingency plans. We'll also discuss substantial harm criteria, the importance of emergency management at facilities, and reporting requirements.
Course is Designed For:
This course is intended to any participants who wants to gain a basic understanding of marine oil pollution, combating strategy, combating equipment and cleanup practices.
Course Duration: 1 Day (8 Hours)
Certificate Validity: 1 year
Training Schedule: On-Demand
- Harmful effects of spilled oil
- Applicable laws and regulations for oil pollution prevention
- The purpose and general requirements of a facility SPCC Plan
- General operating procedures designed to prevent spills
- General control measures to prevent an oil spill from reaching navigable waters and adjoining shorelines
- Basic countermeasures for stopping a spill from reaching the environment
- How to respond to facility shutdown and evacuation
- Protect responders
- Oil dispersal modelling
- Be Prepared
- Act if You Encounter a Spill
- Response Team Training
- Stop the source and basic Clean Up Procedures
- Decontaminate, Environmental action plan & geo intervention plan
- Reporting Spills to Regulating Authorities