Encl (1) TO COMDTINST 16450.32A
Procedures for transferring responsibility for direction of
response activities from facility personnel to the qualified
individual/spill management team.
Familiarity with the operational capabilities of the
contracted oil spill response organizations (OSRO) and the
procedures to notify/activate the OSRO(s).
Familiarity with contracting/ordering procedures to acquire
Familiarity with the Area Contingency Plans.
Familiarity with the organizational structure that will be
used to manage the response actions.
Responsibilities and duties of the spill management team
members, in accordance with designated job responsibilities.
Responsibilities and authority of the qualified individual as
described in the vessel response plan and company response
Responsibilities of designated individuals to initiate a
response and supervise shore-based response resources.
Actions to take, in accordance with designated job
responsibilities, in the event of a transfer system leak,
tank overflow, or suspected tank leak.
Information on the cargoes handled by the facility; including
Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements
for worker health and safety (29 CRF 1910.120).
In drafting the training section of the plan some things to consider are
given below. These points are raised simply as to reminder.
The training program should focus on training provided to
An organization is made up of individuals, and a training
program should be structured to recognize this fact by ensuring
that training is tailored to the needs of the individuals
involved in the program.
An owner or operator may identify equivalent work experience
which fulfills specific training requirements.