||Facility response planning : compliance assistance guide.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
|| Unied States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, Oil Program Center,
||EPA 540-K-02-003; EPA 540-K-02-003d; OSWER 9360.8-46d
Oil spills ;
Oil pollution of rivers, harbors, etc ;
Oil pollution of soils ;
Oil storage tanks
Oil spills ;
Emergency preparedness ;
Oil pollution control ;
Water pollution control ;
Ship accidents ;
Offshore facilities ;
Onshore facilities ;
Terminal facilities ;
Contingency planning ;
Pollution prevention ;
Reporting requirements ;
Facility Response Plan(FRP) ;
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||18 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
When oil spills into navigable waters or onto adjoining shorelines, it can have harmful impacts on the environment, human health, and economic activity. EPA issued the Oil Pollution Prevention regulation to prevent oil spills and to assure that oil facility personnel are prepared to respond if a spill occurs. The regulation has two sets of requirements. The first set of requirements is the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule. The SPCC rule is the basis of EPA's oil spill prevention program. The second set of requirements is the Facility Response Plan (FRP) rule. The FRP program is designed to ensure that certain facilities have adequate oil spill response capabilities.
Caption title. "EPA 540-K-02-003d." "OSWER 9360.B-46d." "August 2002."