Residence Inn Las Vegas Hughes Center
From day 1 we will take you through an in-depth look at the federal requirements for underground and aboveground storage tanks and some specific state laws and regulations as well. You will receive a complete review of all existing regulations, as well as an analysis of the current changes in effect as a result of the Energy Bill 2005. See first hand how these existing and future rules can impact your facilities.
We will then give you a detailed breakdown of how to comply with these regulations, section-by-section, in each area of compliance and management, including:
Typical Installations – take a look at how it is supposed be done; typical underground and aboveground designs, applications, and “off-the-shelf ideas”
Monitoring and Leak Detection – the key to leak prevention and detection; how can you know that you have a problem before it shuts you down, or worse causes contamination
Inventory Reconciliation – techniques that will help you develop the right program for your storage tanks
Closure and Investigation – easy to follow steps in the tank closure process; ways to set the standard before you start and what to do when there has been a release, the first steps in a controlled investigation.
Inspection and Maintenance – the key to proper operations is inspection and maintenance; see the techniques to be used; take a look at some alternative checklists that can be used and see the ones that the regulators and certifying inspectors use.
SPCC Planning – one of the most regulated and enforced areas of compliance today; see what the regulations are and how to apply them to your operations.
Special Considerations for Hazardous Substances and Wastes – not everyone has them, but those that do, wish they knew how to make sure that they don’t leak; see what the regulations are and how to comply with them.
Used Oil Management - everyone has used oil, whether it be considered a hazardous waste or a petroleum product depends on how you manage it. See how the federal regulations have made it easier to store and manage your used oil.
Operator Training – see what is required under the new Energy Bill Requirements.