What is an spcc plan?

Answer The Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan exists as a preemptive effort by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to eliminate the threat of potential oil spills through the... Read More »

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Who must sign an SPCC?

Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans are required under federal law to be implemented by facilities using quantities of petroleum, animal fats, vegetable oils or other oils. The... Read More »

What is SPCC material?

SPCC is a quality symbol applied to cold rolled steel. SPCC designates the steel for commercial use according to Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS). SPCC quality steel sheet and coil are used in a... Read More »

When were SPCC plans first required?

In 2002, the Environmental Protection Agency finalized the ruling requiring Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans. The SPCC ruling stemmed from revisions in the 1990s of the Oil... Read More »

Your husband has medicare and a health plan from his employer which plan should be the primary plan?

Answer Where I work, the employer plan would be secondary and medicare would be primary. It might depend on how the company has it set up but I can't imagine any company today wanting to be the pri... Read More »