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  • SPCC `Oil & Water - Do NOT Mix` for California Facilities

    The federal rule is called the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule (40CFR 112). The California rule is called the Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act (APSA). Both rules apply and are enforced in California. This 19½ minute video instructs employees on SPCC Plans, oil pollution regulations, effective oil storage and oil ...

    By Excal Visual, Inc. based in Avon, COLORADO (USA). from SPCC Training Training line

  • Laboratory Traning

    ADVANCE INSPECTION & TESTING LAB have extensive practical experience of Concrete Design Mix & bituminous Job Mix.  ADVANCE INSPECTION & TESTING LAB with great experience and expertise have dedicated team of trained and skilled Engineers  and professionals in Concrete Testing which  enable us to provide you best Technical ...

    By ADVANCE INSPECTION & TESTING LAB based in New Delhi, INDIA.

  • Federal Regulations Require Training for SPCC - Oil & Water

    This 19½ minute video instructs employees on SPCC Plans, oil pollution regulations, effective oil storage and oil transfer procedures. It also instructs employees on “discharge procedure protocols”: first response measures to take when a discharge is discovered. The program is designed to help regulated facilities comply with ...

    By Excal Visual, Inc. based in Avon, COLORADO (USA). from SPCC Training Training line

  • Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Training of Do NOT Mix

    Both state and federal regulations require spill prevention training for employees at facilities that have the capacity to store or handle in excess of 1320 gallons of oil or oil products (gasoline, diesel fuel, heating oil, lubricants, cutting oil, etc.). The federal rule is called the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule ...

    By Excal Visual, Inc. based in Avon, COLORADO (USA). from SPCC Training Training line

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