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  • RE: SPCC Inspections

    Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    Yes, we include oil-filled transformers in our SPCC and in our total oil volume.  I believe EPA supports dual responsibility for transformers on both the facility and the utility (if the transformer is owned by the utility and on a property not owned ...

  • RE: SPCC Inspections

    Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    Hey Jeff - in the past I have mentioned these utility owned units, their location, and oil volume (if available) in the SPCC Plan so regulators will know we are aware of their presence. However, we do not include them in our oil total for the plan or ...

  • SPCC Inspections

    Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    I'm curious on how others out there manage oil filled transformers that are owned by the utilities companies that serve their campuses.  Do you count these towards your oil totals? Do you include these in your inspections? Thanks for your help in this. ...

  • Thanks, Jeff!  This is helpful. ------------------------------ Lindsay Henderson Laboratory Safety Specialist and Biosafety Officer Portland State University Portland, OR 503-725-4312 ------------------------------

  • All, We're currently considering working with labs to have them develop fire safety plans for processes that run a risk of fire. Part of this would be establishing the parameters in which it is considered safe for the lab to contain the fire themselves, ...

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    Apply today! Penn State Environmental Health and Safety is actively recruiting the following positions. Please see below and let us know if you have any questions about these positions and share with others that may be interested in a new opportunity. ...

  • The only work-around would be for the owner to send it back to the manufacturer first and then the manufacturer sends it to you... that would put it back under the general license again. Tom Radiation Safety Officer ______________________________ ...