We conduct our work as cost-effectively as possible, guiding clients through the requirements that apply, and those that don’t. We also perform compliance gap analyses to recertify existing SPCC Plans.
SPCC Plans often require additional state-specific and local requirements. Spirit is registered in numerous states and can develop the comprehensive plans our clients require. Our team often performs site visits for a wide range of industries to evaluate operations, assess oil-filled equipment and containers, and evaluate existing and proposed secondary containment structures for compliance with the requirements of the rule.
Often, existing SPCC Plans may miss crucial components of the requirements, like oil-filled operational equipment, and certification of secondary containment that may not meet the intent of the rule. Misunderstandings and incorrect interpretations of the requirements, along with missing information in the plan, can present substantial, and often, costly risks to your business operations.
Spirit’s staff of PEs works directly with your operations team to effectively address secondary containment deficiencies. We can also assist in the initial design phase to ensure the proposed secondary containment will be sufficient to avoid deficiencies and minimize risks when the facility is operational.