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Washington State Maritime Commission oil spill response contingency plan

Washington State Maritime Commission oil spill response contingency plan

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Published by The Company in Seattle, WA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Washington (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Washington State Maritime Commission -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
    • Oil spills -- Environmental aspects -- Washington (State) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
    • Oil pollution of water -- Washington (State) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Foss Maritime Company, Environmental Services Division.
      GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
      ContributionsWashington State Maritime Commission., Foss Maritime Company. Environmental Services Division.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD427.P4 W372 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1762478M
      LC Control Number92110761

      The National Oil Spill Disaster Contingency Plan or NOS-DCP for short, together with the allocation of functional responsibilities to the various Ministries and Departments of the Government of India for oil spill response in the maritime zones of India wasFile Size: KB. Northwest Area Contingency Plan. Copyright by Oil Spill age My Subscriptions. Powered by JETTY.

      Emergency Contact Numbers. Europe, Middle East & Africa +44 (0)23 Asia Pacific +65 Americas +1 Please note that: Response services . 4 CONTINGENCY PLANNING FOR MARINE OIL SPILLS. 5 Figure 3: Examples of the four stage components required for a comprehensive and well designed contingency plan. Risk assessment. Determine the likelihood of a spill occurring • Number and type of vessel calls or vessels passing •ype and volume of oil carried T • Expected frequency and size of.

      Area Planning—Regional oil spill response planning mandated by the Oil Pollution Act to address removal of the worst-case discharge/spill and to mitigate and prevent a substantial threat of such discharges/spills. The product of this process is the "area contingency plan", prepared by an area committee. B Barrel—42 United States gallons at. Responding to oil and hazardous materials spills Our response team is always ready to respond to incidents involving oil spills and releases of hazardous materials. The sooner we can respond, the less injury is done to Washington’s public health and safety, environment, and economy.


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Washington State Maritime Commission oil spill response contingency plan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Washington State Maritime Cooperative (WSMC) Plan Advantages. WSMC Plan is fully approved by the WA Dept of Ecology. Enrollment Agreement is in conformance with IG Guidelines.

Low cost for full compliance. No fee due until the vessel enters WA state waters. Enrollment is the simple process it has always been. Provides superior spill response. Oil spill contingency planning.

Washington state requires larger oil-handling facilities, pipelines, commercial vessels, and railroads to have state-approved oil spill contingency plans. These plans describe the plan holder's ability to respond to oil spills. We require oil-handling facilities, pipelines, railroads, and vessels to have oil spill contingency plans.

We also require contingency plan holders to hold oil spill drills to practice using their plans. We develop locally tailored geographic response plans for areas around the state to protect sensitive local resources. Washington State Maritime Cooperative. Created in to replace the Washington State Maritime Commission, WSMC was incorporated to: A.

Maintain an oil spill emergency response system that will: 1. provide a mandatory emergency response communications network for enrolled and thereby covered vessels involved in commerce in Washington waters (except the waters of the Columbia and Snake.

ii MARITIME NEW ZEALAND NATIONAL MARINE OIL SPILL CONTINGENCY PLAN 4. RESPONSE OPERATIONS 25 Introduction to this section 26 Establishing the Incident Management Team 26 Developing an oil spill response action plan 27 Supporting protocols and procedures 27 Places of refuge contingency plan The WSMC Oil Spill Contingency Plan describes the actions to be taken and resources that would be mobilized by WSMC in the event of an oil spill incident from a member vessel.

This Plan also includes valuable background and reference information. Emergency Response Towing Vessel (ERTV) Regardless which option above is used to meet State of Washington oil spill contingency plan coverage, all “Covered Vessels” are required to provide an emergency response towing vessel (“ERTV”) stationed at Neah Bay, Washington, if those “Covered Vessels” transit to or from a Washington port through the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

washington state - contingency plan requirements For some years Washington State has required all shipowners that visit their waters to both file an oil spill response contingency plan and enrol with a scheme providing towage cover for such an emergency response. The National Contingency Plan for Marine Pollution from Shipping and Offshore Installations (NCP) has been in existence for a number of years and has been an important reference document for setting out the procedures and processes involved in pollution response and recovery, prior to, and after a marine pollution incident.

Over. The Washington State Department of Ecology issued amendments to its regulations regarding oil spill prevention and response. The oil spill contingency plan rules are being revised to. State officials said only 5 gallons of oil reached the waters of Fidalgo Bay.

(CNN) The Washington Department of Ecology said that cleanup of a small crude oil. Nonprofit corporation providing contingency plan — Transfer of functions and assets from maritime commission.

Nonprofit corporation providing contingency plan — Liability limited. Adequacy of contingency plans — Practice drills — Rules. Washington requires offshore and onshore oil storage facilities and vessels to prepare oil spill contingency plans.

Washington also requires an oil spill prevention plan that is the state's counterpart to the federal Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) plan.

See the state section SPILL PREVENTION—SPCC PLAN for a review of the. • Rules. Washington has established its own state-specific oil spill prevention plan regulations that require refineries and marine oil-handling terminals, known as Class 1 facilities, to prepare oil spill prevention plans that evaluate a facility's risk of spilling oil and propose specific measures for.

To help protect Washington’s shorelines and waterways, the Washington state maritime industry has permanently stationed an emergency response towing vessel in Neah Bay. The tug is an important safety net to prevent disabled ships and barges from grounding off the outer coast or in the western Strait of Juan de Fuca - one of the busiest.

(b) The contingency plan for a cargo vessel or passenger vessel may be submitted by the owner or operator of the cargo vessel or passenger vessel, by the agent for the vessel resident in this state, or by a nonprofit corporation established for the purpose of oil spill response and contingency plan coverage and of which the owner or operator is.

Persons with hearing loss can call for Washington Relay Service Persons with a speech disability can call Spills Order Form; Contact: Sonja Larson at or @: Keywords: Rulemaking, oil by pipeline, rule making, oil spill contingency plan, vessel, rule, oil, oil refinery, oil tanker: WEB PAGE.

This sample Contingency Plan in Appendix F is intended to provide examples of contingency planning as a reference when a facility determines that the required secondary containment is impracticable, pursuant to 40 CFR §(d).

For a thorough discussion of oil-spill response-team members' responsibilities, see Levine, Robert A., "Contingency Planning for Oil Spills: An Update Based on Experience Gained from the Port. NSW State Waters Marine Oil and Chemical Spill Contingency Plan December - iii -Authorisation The NSW State Waters Marine Oil and Chemical Spill Contingency Plan has been prepared in support of the New South Wales State Emergency Plan (EMPLAN) and the National Plan for Maritime Environmental Emergencies (National Plan) to outlineFile Size: 1MB.

This Handbook is a guide and reference for the development of Area Contingency Plans (ACPs). While it is primarily intended for use by EPA emergency response program personnel, the use of this handbook to inform other agencies of EPA’s planning process is encouraged.

You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page.State-approved Oil Discharge Prevention and Contingency Plans (ODPCP) that reference the superseded Alaska Federal/State Preparedness Plan for Response to Oil and Hazardous Substance Discharges/Releases (Unified Plan) and 10 geographic subarea contingency plans must now be aligned with the Alaska Regional Contingency Plan and relevant Area Contingency Plans.National Oil Spill Contingency Plan” in association with the RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe.

This outline was modified by the Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs (MEEA) to produce this National Oil Spill Contingency Plan. Some material that is still relevant from the .