Notification Procedure to be followed if a pollution incident occurs which could cause material harm to the environment.
Material harm is defined as:
Notification of relevant authorities
It is necessary to notify all of the following authorities in the order listed as soon as possible after an incident occurs.
Action to be taken to control the pollution incident
When safe isolate the product involved and take appropriate measures to contain the incident on site. Take care to follow safe handling procedures for the chemical involved by referring to its Material safety data sheet. These are available near the storage.
For LNG refer to the LNG Emergency plan
Communication of the control and relevant information to all relevant and affected parties
With the assistance of the Emergency Services notify all other relevant parties who may be affected by the incident.
Keep them informed of any changes to the situation or control measures put in place.
Hazards to health and the environment at the premises
Possibility of the hazards causing an incident
The risk to the environment, posed by products stored on the site is considered reasonably low.
With the exception of LNG and Liquid Ammonia it should always be possible to contain them within the site.
Measures in place to reduce or eliminate the risk from the hazards
Safety equipment held and structures in place to control the impact of an incident
The names positions and 24hr contact details of persons responsible for implementing and controlling the plan
Company Manager Chris Sharpe 0408431104
Engineer Terry Hicks 0427675104
QA Manager Cameron Cole 0412200718
The names and contact details of owners and occupiers of possible affected properties by an incident
Blu Transport Wayne Burton 0438105502
Casino Engineering 66623855
Norco Rural Store 66612100
Method of providing early warnings and updates of pollution incidents to affected parties
Affected business will be contacted by phone.
Affected residents will be contacted by doorknock.