RAMP

  • All trash cans have properly functioning lids that are closed when not in use.

  • No visible signs of leakage from trash cans

  • No Visible signs of water leakage from hose faucets.

  • Ramp and Aprons: No Visible evidence of any type of spill.

  • Ramp and Aprons: No Visible evidence of soil contamination.

  • No Visible signs of leakage from parked aircraft.

  • No Visible evidence of contamination around storm drains.

EQUIPMENT

  • Fuel trucks: No Visible signs of leakage from mobile fuel equipment.

  • GSE Equipment: No Visible signs of leakage from GSE.

  • Used tires disposed of properly. (Tire Contractor)

  • Used vehicle batteries disposed of properly. There should be no old batteries stored on site.

  • Fuel Truck Spill Kits: Stocked with spill absorbent material.

SPILL PREVENTION

  • Fuel trucks Spill Kits: Stocked with spill absorbent material.

  • Used absorbent materials placed in approved 55-gallon drum at Haz Waste Containment Area.

  • SPCC Plan says there should be a minimum of four (4) Rolls of spill absorbent mats in stock in Storage shed. A minimum of 15 five (5) LB bags of Dry Absorb.

  • Is the Spill Cart 55 gallon receiving drum is empty.

  • Spill Cart is at operational readiness: Stocked with absorbent/shovels/brooms. Used absorbent materials have been disposed of properly.

SECONDARY CONTAINMENT

  • No visible signs of of debris building up inside the containment area. The area should be free from weeds and leaves, trash, soiled fuel diapers, etc.

  • There are no buckets of residual fuel in the fuel farm area.

  • The low point on the truck pad must be free from visible liquids and debris.

  • The East Fuel Farm should have it's own stocked spill kit present for quick and easy clean-ups.

  • Waste fuel/FSII/Oil containers positioned on/in secondary containment.

  • No Leaks or deterioration from waste fuel/oil containers caused by corrosion or other factors

  • Fuel sumps, Fuel Samples, Fuel from Membrane filtration tests and API gravity/density checks are disposed in proper fuel grade containers.

  • Secondary Containment drains are clear of debris and valves closed and locked?

  • Secondary Containment Drainage Log documented that no sheen or contaminates present when containment area drained of rain water.

CONTAINERS and LABELLING

  • Is all Haz Waste stored in a proper Haz Waste container? (i.e.- no absorbent pads in plastic buckets).

  • Have you ensured that all Haz Waste containers have a proper waste label?

  • Have you ensured all labels are located on the side of the waste containers and facing outward so they are easily view-able?

  • Have you ensured each waste container lid is securely sealed to avoid spillage and contamination.

  • Have you ensured all information is complete on the label? Label should contain Company name and address, EPA ID#, EPA or CA Waste Number, a description of contents, and an Accumulation Start Date. PLEASE INCLUDE PICTURE OF ONE LABEL.

  • Is the "Start Date" on any Hazardous Waste container 180 days or less from today? If NO, please create a Follow-Up to contact your Haz Waste vendor for immediate removal. PLEASE INCLUDE A PICTURE OF A DIFFERENT LABEL THAN ABOVE.

  • Verify any "empty" drum is truly empty and there is an EMPTY label with a date on it. The date cannot be more than one year old.

UNIVERSAL WASTE

  • Have you ensured that fluorescent bulbs (including CFLs) are contained in the appropriate boxes with a proper label?

  • Have you ensured Recyclable Batteries are contained in an appropriate container and the containers is closed and properly labeled?

  • Have you ensured Electronic Universal Waste is properly boxed and labelled?

  • Is the "Start Date" on every Universal Waste container 180 days or less from today? If NO, please create a Follow-Up to contact your Haz Waste vendor for immediate removal.

MANIFESTS

  • Each Waste Manifest must have an attached copy of the shipper signed or stamped from the disposal site. Should be received in the mail within 30 days. If not, contact your Haz Waste vendor.

  • Waste Manifests may only be signed by the Haz. Materials DOT shipper or a RCRA DOT certified person.

EYE WASH STATION INSPECTIONS

  • INSPECTION ITEMS:
    To perform the monthly inspection on the eye wash stations:
    o Initiate water flow.
    o Ensure the caps or covers come off by themselves when water begins to flow.
    o Run water until clear and clean.
    o Ensure caps or covers are clean and replaced when finished.
    o Make sure sink is clean.
    o Verify the path to the eyewash station is clear and not blocked.
    o Is there a sign above the identifying the location of the eyewash station?
    o Date and initial the inspection tag attached to the eye wash station.
    For portable bottles,
    o Be sure the bottle is in place,
    o The seal has not been broken,
    o The expiration date is current,
    o The exterior of the bottle is wiped clean., take a rag with you.
    Click yes to confirm you understand how to perform the Eyewash Inspection items.

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MISCELLANEOUS

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  • Use this section for any thing not mentioned in the audit that needs attention. Click on Comment and enter a detailed description of what needs attention.

  • Use this section for any thing not mentioned in the audit that needs attention. Click on Comment and enter a detailed description of what needs attention.

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