Hazardous Material Plans
There are a number of different plans and procedures the regulatory agencies (DOT, OSHA, and EPA) may require your facility to develop, implement and maintain. Sometimes just determining if a plan is required can be confusing. TMGI’s consultants can assess your operations to determine what may need to be prepared, and then assist you in its development and implementation. We can even provide ongoing support for your company to ensure that any necessary changes or modifications are made to keep your documents up-to-date.
Frequently requested plans with which TMGI is ready to assist you include:
Written Security Plan – (49 CFR 172.800) requires shippers and carriers to develop and implement a written security plan for those who ship/transport certain hazardous material that either meet the federal hazmat registration requirements (49 CFR 107.601) or are select substances under 42 CFR, Part 173 (more information)
RCRA Contingency Plan – Contingency plan designed to minimize hazards to health or the environment from fires, explosions or any unplanned release of hazardous waste
Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) Plan – Written spill plan for facilities with aggregate storage capacity of more than 1,320 gallons of above-ground storage or 42,000 gallons of underground storage of any oil product
Contact TMGI if you are not certain what, if any, plans you require and how we can assist you.