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Procedures and systems:

  • 1. Are relevant tasks assessed for spill prevention and risk controls implemented effectively?

Competency and understanding:

  • 2. Are all employees and subcontractors inducted into site specific controls including spill prevention requirements?

  • 3. Is there evidence of spill response training or instructions being communicated to all employees and subcontractors?

Plant/Equipment Design and Selection:

  • 4. Is the design of spill equipment used, appropriate to the task and implemented effectively, e.g. tanks, containers and drainage?

Plant and Equipment Testing and Maintenance:

  • 5. Are all spill prevention plant and equipment maintained to standard as scheduled, e.g. tanks, pipework, bunds, fittings, alarms, sumps, interceptors, etc.?

  • 6. Are periodic inspections and pre-start checks conducted to ensure controls are implemented effectively, e.g. bunds, barriers, pipework sumps, interceptors, integrity of sediment controls spill response kits, plant and equipment?

Emergency Management:

  • 7. Are appropriate sediment and erosion controls installed as per requirements, e.g. retention ponds, silt fences/socks, swales, rumble pads, wheel wash, etc.?

  • 8. Are spill kits, including PPE, appropriate to the volume/ nature of materials, kept clearly visible for access by site and emergency personnel?

  • 9. Are recovered materials disposed appropriately for the material type, e.g. hazardous waste etc.?

  • 10. Are the shutdown alarms and interlocks functioning as they should in the case of an emergency?

  • 11. Have Emergency Response Plans been tested as scheduled to consider spill prevention & control?

Human Factors and Behaviours:

  • 12. Do workers exhibit due control over actions to prevent spill related incidents, e.g. not rushing, not complacent?

  • 13. Are activities for storage and handling of liquids conducted within designated areas with controls implemented effectively, e.g. bunding, interceptors, high level alarms etc.?

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