USAG Red Cloud Command Policy 6-07 Internal Command Inspection Program Policy
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US ARMY INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND
HEADQUARTERS, UNITED STATES ARMY GARRISON, RED CLOUD AND AREA I
UNIT # 15707
APO AP 96258-5707
Policy Letter # 6-07
IMRD-PW 29 August 2012
MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: Environmental Internal Command Inspection Program (ICIP)
a. Army Regulation (AR) 200-1 , Environmental Protection and Enhancement, 13 Dec 07.
b. US Forces Korea (USFK) Regulation 201-1, Environmental Goveming Standard (EGS),
18 Jun 12.
2. PURPOSE: To implement Intemal Command Inspection Program to comply with
environmental law, regulation and policy.
3. ROLE, RESPONSIBILITIES AND REQUIREMENTS:
a. Environmental Ofﬁce, DPW will:
(1) Conduct semiannual, or as needed, ICIP inspections using Environmental ICIP
(2) Review, evaluate, and track Environmental Corrective Action Plan based upon the
results of inspection and external EPAS assessment.
(3) Provide assistance and technical expertise in correcting deﬁciencies observed during
all inspections and assessments.
b. All tenant units or organization primary and alternative Environmental Ofﬁcer:
(1) Assigned personnel who are ‘unit/ organization commander’s “eyes and ears” for the
unit/ organization’s environmental programs ensuring compliance with all environmental laws,
directives, policies and regulations. (Refer to enviromnental Ofﬁcer (E0) program policy)
(2) Will verify the weekly inspection checklist submitted by Hazardous Waste/ Hazardous
(3) Correct/ manage all identiﬁed deﬁciencies, and submit work orders to the DPW for
corrective actions as needed.
SUBJECT: Environmental Internal Comman
d Inspection Program (ICIP)
(4) Seek assistance from DPW and the chain—of-command.
c. HW/ HM Handlers
(1) Assigned personnel whose duti
Hazardous Materials and
es are involved with actual or potential exposure to
(2) HW/ HM Handlers will conduct weekly inspections of using Internal Command
Inspection Program (ICIP) checklist.
(3) Keep inspection checklist on ﬁle for at least 3 years.
(4) Report identiﬁed deﬁciencies to unit or organizatio
4. Point of contact for th
DPW, USAG Red Cloud
n Environmental Ofﬁcer.
is memorandum is Dr. Langford, Chief of Environmental Division,
and Areal at 732-6537.
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1. ICIP Checklist COL,
2. HWAP Weekly Inspection Checklist Commanding
Hazardous Waste Accumulation Point Weekly Inspection Checklist
Environmental Documents (Inspection, Training, HW/ HM Log,
HWPS, Contingency plan, MSDS) are available?
Unit level inspection is conducted weekly for HWAP?
Containers are properly segregated?
Metal Containers of ignitable liquids are grounded?
HW accumulated less than 55 Gallons? Less than 1 qt of
acutely toxic HW? Less than 660 gal of oil containers?
Spill control supplies are on hand?
Entrance locked and secured?
Bilingual (English and Korean) Warning signs and emergency
contact information are available?
(No smoking, Unauthorized personnel keep out)
Spill stains or leaks are cleaned or removed?
Fire extinguisher is present and in good condition?
Observations or Comments:
As ofluly 2010
“The printed version is not a controlled copy. The user is responsible for reviewing the controlled electronic version to ensure this printed version is current”
Environmental Compliance Inspection Checklist
Building No Date/ time
| :] Monthly [: ] Quarterly [: ] Follow-up
Environmental Officer/ Alternative is on orders? AR200-1.Ch1.| |
Environmental Officer/ Alternative is trained prior to assignment?
AR200-1.Ch1.ll, USFK Pam 2oo.1 6-3.k. (1)
Environmental Documents (Inspection, Training, HW/ HM Log, DD Form 1348-1, MSDS)
are available and maintained for 3 years? USFK Pam 200-16-3.e.
Up to date Unit Environmental SOPs (HWMP, Spill Contingency plan) are available?
USFK Pam 200-1 6-3.b. f
Unit level environmental awareness training is conducted? AR200—1.Ch15-3
Subject to spill areas are inspected? (Unit motor pool, oil/ water separator)
USFK Pam 2oo—1 6-3.c. (6)
Environmental Office SOP, Policies and posters (HWMP, Spill Plan, EMS Policies, EO
Policies) are available? USFK Pam 200-1 6-3.e. |SO140014.4.5
Aware of Garrison Environmental Key Element (EMS significant aspects)?
|SO140014.2 and 4.4.3.
Environmental Law/ Regulation/ Guidance are on hand?
*AR 200-1: Environmental Protection and Enhancement
' USFK Pam 200-1, Environmental Governin Standards
lSO14D014.4 4 and 4.4 5
Is there a drip pan under all vehicles?
USFK Pam 200-1 6—3.a, Technical Guidance 4-4 (HW/ HM management Guidance)
No evidence of spill or leaks in motor pool, parking area, maintenance bay?
USFK Pam 200.1 6—3.c(6)
Used POL or Hazardous Waste is promptly moved to HWAP? USFK Pam 200-1 5-3.1:
is there a sufficient supply of spill kit for HW/ HM/ POL handling, dispensing, storage and
transportation? USFK Pam 200-1 6-3.0
Good condition of environmental facility (HW/ HM accumulation point, POL storage, Trash
bin, cylinder storage, wash-rack, oil/ water separator, Heating oil tank including pipe and
containment dike) *Mark circle at deficiency identified facility
USFK Pam 200-1. 6-3 c(1) and 6-3.h
Drainage valve for any type of secondary containment for HW/ HM/ POL/ Heating oil tank is
in good condition and closed? USFK Pam 200.1 6-3.d
Previously identified deficiencies have been corrected? USFK Pam 200-1 6—c 3(5)
“The primed version is not a controlled copy. The user is responsilile for reviewing the controlled electronic version to ensure this
printed version is current"
HMIHWIPOL Accumulation Point
Personnel handling HM/ HW, HWAP, and POL is on order
AR200-1 Ch1.l| , USFK Pam 200-16-3
Personnel assigned HWAP, HM handling, POL are properly trained?
AR2U0—1 Ch1.ll, USFK Pam 200-16-3.k. (1)
Unit level inspection is conducted weekly for HWAP? USFK Pam 200-1 6—3.c. (6)
Secondary Containments are provided for all waste? USFK Pam 200-1 6—3.d
5 Containers are properly identified, labeled and dated? USFK Pam zoo-1 6-3.d
6 Containers are properly segregated? USFK Pam zoo-1 s—3.a
7 Hazardous Material is stocked in a way to rotate on a "first in, first out" basis?
USFK Pam 200-1 5-311
Containers are properly closed, not leaking or deteriorated? USFK Pam 2oo»1 e—3.u
Metal Containers of ignitable liquids are grounded at all times? USFK Pam 200-1 e—3.u.
Waste is stored on undamaged, nonporous surface? USFK Pam 200-1 6-3.d
Secondary containment has sufficient capacity to contain 10% of the volume of stored
containers, or the volume of the largest container, whichever is greater?
USFK Pam 200-1 6-3.b and c.
Rainwater captured in secondary containment areas are inspected and/ ortested prior to
release? USFK Pam zoo-1 5-3 h and c.
HW accumulated less than 55 Gallons? Less than 1qt of acutely toxic HW?
Less than 660 gal of oil containers? USFK Pam 200-1 6-3.b, c and u
14 Spill control supplies are on hand? USFK Pam 2oo—1 6-3.0
15 Entrance locked and secured? USFK Pam zoo-1 6-3.b, c and d.
Warning signs and emergency contact information are avai| able? (No smoking,
Unauthorized personnel keep out) Bilingual (English and Korean)
USFK Pam 200-1 6-3 b, c and d.
Spill stains or leaks are cleaned or removed? USFK Pam 200-1 5-3.1), c and cl
ignitable or reactive waste storage is located at least 15 meters inside the installation's
boundary? (if applicable) USFK Pam 200-1 6-3.d
Fire extinguisher is present and in good condition? USFK Pam 200-1 6—3.c
Flammable material is stored are away from sources of heat, ignition, flames, or spark?
USFK Pam zoo-1 6-3.d
Recyclable items such as used oil, antifreeze, filters are properly marked?
USFK Pam 200-1 6—3.d
Gas cylinders are properly identified, leak-tight, secured or raced and stored away from
sources of heat, flames or sparks? (if applicable)
USFK Pam 200-1 s—3.a
G6 . . . . . . . . . .
The printed version is not ii controlled copy. The user is responsige for reviewing the controlled electronic version to ensure this
printed version is current”
Are vehicle and other equipment washing operations conducted on wash-racks with oil
water separator? USFK Pam 200-1 4-3 b (Table 4-6)
Are pressure washers and steam cleaners only being used on wash-racks with oil water
separator? USFK Pam zoo-1 4-3 b
Are wash-racks free from garbage, trash, refuse and other solid waste?
USFK Pam zoo-1 4-3 b
Does unit or organization stop using the wash-rack when the oil water separator needs to
be cleaned-out or maintenance needs to be done? USFK Pam 200-1 4-3.11
There is no oil sheen from effluent of oil water separator? USFK Pam 200-1 4-3.11
USFK Pam 200-1 4-3 h
Unit and Organization POC are aware of procedure for cleaning and/ or maintenance?
ISO 14001 4.4.3 and 4.3 3.
7 Wash rack and/ or oil water separator are working well and in good condition?
Observation or Comments:
Copy to Unit Time
Note: 1. Web site for online training: http: //www. train. army. mil
* Hazardous Materials Handling Course
* Defense Hazardous Materials/ Waste Handling Course
2. Web site for MSDS
* http: //www. insdssearch. com * http: //www. denix. osd. mil
* http: //hazard. com * http: //www. kosha. net (Korean MSDS)
3. Environmental Ofﬁce: Chief, Environmental Division: 732-6537
* USAG Casey: 730-3714, USAG Red Cloud: 732-8333
As of July 2010
“The primed version is not a controlled copy. The user is responsilae tbr reviewing the controlled electronic version to ensure this
printed version is current”