Typical Requirements In Preparing Action Plans For Cases Not Provided For Ports, Wharves, Piers And Oil Or Chemical Terminals

Original Language Title: Tipveida prasības, sagatavojot darbības plānu neparedzētiem piesārņojuma gadījumiem ostās, piestātnēs, piestātņu grupās un naftas vai ķīmisko vielu termināļos

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 82 in Riga 2008 February 5 (pr. 7. § 42) standard requirements, preparing action plans for cases not provided for ports, wharves, piers and oil or chemical terminals in accordance with the Issued maritime administrations and Maritime Security Act article 51 the eighth rule 1 determine typical requirements that must be followed when preparing the action plan for unforeseen cases of pollution in ports, wharves, piers and oil or chemicals terminals (hereinafter plan). 2. the plan shall contain the following information: 2.1. the objective of the plan, objectives, and expected results;
2.2. geographical territory plan;
2.3. it equipment needed for ports, docks, piers, a group of oil or chemical contamination of the liquidation, the Terminal listing, description and location;
2.4. maximum laden tanker and the load bearing characteristics, as well as the largest cargo hold size in cubic metres to a ship that arrives at the port concerned, the wharf or Terminal;
2.5. possible emergency risk assessment and its running scenarios;
2.6. the possible leakage assessment-calculation, based on the largest volume of the hold, cargo loading/unloading capacity and the time required to stop the oil, dangerous or other harmful substances in loading/unloading or prevent possible pipeline rupture;
2.7. institutions that are involved in the implementation of the plan for each of the unforeseen pollution incidents, their duties and responsibilities: 2.7.1. fire safety, fire and rescue services;
2.7.2. the police;
2.7.3. the State border (ports, wharves, piers and oil or chemicals terminals that are set in the border inspection post);
2.7.4. the national armed forces;
2.7.5. the environmental protection authorities;
item 2.7.6. Disaster Medical Center;
2.7.7. commercial companies and sole proprietors;
2.8. implementation of the plan and the team, their duties and responsibilities;
2.9. the order in which you will receive information about the leak, as well as emergency communications and warning system (the order in which inform other port and nearby authorities and operators);
2.10. a predetermined reporting form, which allows to assess the specific accident (classified) and choose the appropriate liquidation scenario;
2.11. the measures and action, dangerous oil and other harmful substances in cases of emergency spills;
2.12. operational action (for example, the pollution leak stop, to prevent explosion): 2.12.1. warning and evacuation procedures;
2.12.2. the necessary resources (technical, financial, HR) supply arrangements and staff involved in the liquidation of emergency access to the crash site; 3. the plan shall contain information on the measures that ensure that: 3.1. limitation of the scene, as well as shipping and other traffic movements suspensive;
3.2. the ability to hide or, if needed, to evacuate the port staff and surrounding populations;
3.3. first aid;
3.4. the liquidation of pollution resources (technical, human) importation into and exportation from the crash the affected area. 4. the plan provides for oil products, dangerous or other harmful substances collection, deployment and processing technology, as well as petroleum products, dangerous or other harmful substances deployment site under the waste management law. 5. development and implementation of the plan, response port authority, piers, quays, a group of oil or chemical terminal operator. The plan is an internal measure, and it presents all staff and identify the responsibilities of each employee. The plan approved by the National Environment Department. 6. If the terminal ports created and works constantly for the emergency release of the Terminal and emergency spill response and rehabilitation of the terminal operator. The operator of any spills case notify the port authority. If the leak is such that the operator could not remove it, the operator acts in accordance with the Terminal plan, involving the emergency salvage of additional resources (technical, financial, personnel) from the rule referred to in point 2.7. institutions. 7. the plan of implementation and enforcement of the national environmental services control. 8. in response to Immediate emergency release (pollution, emergency) include reporting to the operator and the emergency action to stop the leak, and emergency control, simultaneously with all emergency equipment required for the liquidation. 9. In analysing the risks and possible emergency scenarios, and its dissolution plan specifies all types or transhipping goods groups with similar characteristics. Based on the analysis of the situation, setting priorities, determines the order in which the measures to be taken for the winding up of pollution and labour protection requirements, which take account of the emergency to ensure the safety and health of workers. 10. The Wharf and offshore groups take oil, dangerous or harmful substances or other products transhipment operations, at least half of the amount of pollution may be provided with absorbent. 11. Port Management Services evaluates oil, dangerous or other harmful substances and take appropriate measures to ensure the safety of navigation and monitor the environmental clean-up. Each port address organizational issues independently, observing an object belonging to risk groups and possible emergency or disaster. 12. in order to ensure coordinated action, the port authority at least every six months, each time involving another Wharf, quay or the oil and chemicals terminals, organizes training for those responsible for implementing the plan, the plan involved (core units), as well as oil pumped storage plant operators. Participate in training national environmental service in marine and inland waters Administration representatives. During training is improved knowledge of the documents and information skills in the transmission system, involving the practical training of personnel and technical means (equipment). During the open gaps and fixes and make needed adjustments in the plan. 13. Public information: 13.1. actions coordination centre provides information about the crash. To load and does not interfere with the center lines of communication in the event of an emergency, the public provides for separate communications lines (telephone);

13.2. depending on the emergency and hazard classification operations coordination centre provides information for port or local government bodies, the national environmental guard marine and inland waters administration and national environment service regional environmental authorities. 14. Each year up to December 30, port authority, oil or chemicals, petroleum terminal loading equipment or docks, quays group operators shall inform in writing the national environmental service in marine and inland waters Administration about changes in the plan, including techniques and equipment purchased. Prime Minister i. Godmanis environment ministers-Minister of education and science t. koķe