Based on your answers, we have identified some gaps that need to be addressed.

# Question Answer
1. A/B operators for your UST System? Yes
2. Do you have C operators trained for each shift? No
3. Do you have trained emergency response personnel (HAZWOPER)? No
4. All installation and repair records for your UST system? No
5. Last 12 months of monthly walkthrough inspections? No
6. Last annual walkthrough inspection? Yes
7. Last 3 ATG calibrations (due annually)? No
8. Last 3 release detection inspection results (due annually)? Yes
9. Last 3 annual lab testing of fuel? Yes
10. Last line test results (pressurized systems)? N/A
11. Last spill bucket integrity test results? Yes
12. Last overfill functionality test results? Yes
13. Last sump hydrostatic test results? No
14. Last 2 cathodic protection test results (every 3 years)? N/A
15. Last 3 impressed current rectifier readings (every 60 days)? N/A
16. Do you rotate your fuel out and replace with new fuel annually? No
17. Do you have spill kits onsite for petroleum spills/leaks? No
18. Do you have appropriate petroleum PPE for emergency response? No

If you answered NO to questions 1 or 2:
Not having trained operators will result in non-compliance from state/federal inspectors and is in violation of the CFR governing your accreditation. We can help you with this.

If you answered NO to questions 4 through 8 or 10 through 15:
Not having records of your completed inspections and testing of your fuel storage systems is a violation of state/federal EPA laws and can result in being red tagged, receiving fines, and is a violation of CMMS accreditation rules. We can help you get back on track and reduce your risk! Not having your tests/inspections completed leaves your organization to significant risk.

If you answered NO to questions 13, 17 or 18:
Not having properly trained personnel, PPE, or supplies is a violation of OSHA and if an incident occurs could result in heavy fines! We can provide training, equipment, and supplies to keep you protected.

If you answered NO to question 9:
Not having your annual lab test in accordance with NFPA 110 Life Safety Code (2010 ed) is in violation of the CFR governing your accreditation. We can help you understand the requirements, what the tests tell you, and keep you on track.

If you answered NO to question 16:
This is in violation of manufacturers recommendations and can result in significant risk, voiding of warranty for your EPS generators, and lead to loss of revenue/life in the event of a power outage! We can help avoid being forced to rotate your fuel, ask us how.

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