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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.?

Spill Prevention and Control - Critical Process Confirmation Checklist

Created by: Rob Feasey | Industry: Professional Services | Downloads: 24

To ensure spill prevention risk controls are implemented effectively

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Audit

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.?