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To comply with integrity inspection requirement for bulk storage containers, inspect/test each shop-built aboveground bulk storage container on a regular schedule in accordance with a recognized container inspection standard based on the minimum requirements in the following table.

• Portable containers (including drums, totes, and intermodal bulk containers (IBC))
- Visually inspect monthly for signs of deterioration, discharges or accumulation of oil inside diked areas

• 55 to 1,100 gallons with sized secondary containment
• 1,101 to 5,000 gallons with sized secondary containment and a means of leak detection
- Visually inspect monthly for signs of deterioration, discharges or accumulation of oil inside diked areas plus any annual inspection elements per industry inspection standards

• 1,101 to 5,000 gallons with sized secondary containment and no method of leak detection
- Visually inspect monthly for signs of deterioration, discharges or accumulation of oil inside diked areas, plus any annual inspection elements and other specific integrity tests that may be required per industry inspection standards

Note: Examples of leak detection include, but are not limited to, double-walled tanks and elevated containers where a leak can be visually identified.

This SPCC plan template for tier 1 qualified facility is based on this link from USEPA.
https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2014-05/documents/tier1template.pdf

Table G-17 Bulk Storage Container Inspection Schedule

+ Bulk Storage Container

Bulk Storage Container
Date of Inspection

Bulk Storage Container

Observations and Recommendations

Photo (optional)
Name and Signature of Inspector

Bulk Storage Container Inspection Schedule - SPCC Tier 1 Attachment 3.2 Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 10

This checklist can be used to support the requirements of SPCC Plan Template - Tier 1 facility Onshore Facilities (excluding production). Utilize iAuditor’s scheduling to make sure routine checks are fulfilled.

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Inspection

To comply with integrity inspection requirement for bulk storage containers, inspect/test each shop-built aboveground bulk storage container on a regular schedule in accordance with a recognized container inspection standard based on the minimum requirements in the following table.

• Portable containers (including drums, totes, and intermodal bulk containers (IBC))
- Visually inspect monthly for signs of deterioration, discharges or accumulation of oil inside diked areas

• 55 to 1,100 gallons with sized secondary containment
• 1,101 to 5,000 gallons with sized secondary containment and a means of leak detection
- Visually inspect monthly for signs of deterioration, discharges or accumulation of oil inside diked areas plus any annual inspection elements per industry inspection standards

• 1,101 to 5,000 gallons with sized secondary containment and no method of leak detection
- Visually inspect monthly for signs of deterioration, discharges or accumulation of oil inside diked areas, plus any annual inspection elements and other specific integrity tests that may be required per industry inspection standards

Note: Examples of leak detection include, but are not limited to, double-walled tanks and elevated containers where a leak can be visually identified.

This SPCC plan template for tier 1 qualified facility is based on this link from USEPA.
https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2014-05/documents/tier1template.pdf

Table G-17 Bulk Storage Container Inspection Schedule

+ Bulk Storage Container

Bulk Storage Container
Date of Inspection

Bulk Storage Container

Observations and Recommendations

Photo (optional)
Name and Signature of Inspector