Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC): Oil & Water Do Not Mix
- Course Format
- Video On Demand
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- Training Time ?
- 20 to 40 minutes
- Video Format
- Standard Definition Wide
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- Number of Lessons
- Quiz Questions
- Question Feedback
- Wrong Answer Remediation
- Lesson Bookmarking
- Downloadable Resources
- Interactive Producer
- Mastery Training Content Network
- Original Content Producer
- Excal Visual Inc.
Oil spills are dangerous to the environment; they contaminate water and harm wildlife. However, oil is an important substance granting many benefits to society. It is important to know how to work with oil and other petroleum products safely. While spills sometimes occur they can be properly contained, reducing the chances of any negative effects.
This video prepares employees to work at sites where oil is used and stored. It explains the purpose and goals of regulations such as the Clean Water Act and the Oil Pollution Act. Viewers become familiar with the laws concerning oil safety companies must abide by.
Not every type of oil is regulated by the government. The types of petroleum and non-petroleum products regulated are listed in the video. In addition, viewers learn how these regulated substances must be stored and are taught about the designs of additional equipment and devices used to prevent spills. The video also alerts workers of when oils spills are most likely to occur.
Workers learn proper techniques for maintenance and inspection of storage tanks and spill prevention equipment. They learn what to watch for when filling a tank and when it is safe to drain rainwater from secondary containment devices. Discharge Procedure Protocols are also explained. Use this video to properly train workers on how to safely work with oil and prevent spills.
Employees of companies who work with regulated oil or petroleum products
- Oil Pollution Control: Laws, Rules & Regulations
- General Facility Operations
- Operation of Spill Prevention Equipment
- Maintenance and Inspection
- Discharge Procedure Protocols