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Maximize Compliance & Cost Savings with Environmental Preventative Maintenance

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This presentation addresses the various drivers for environmental PM, as well as best practices for implementing an inspection-based PM program and calendar. Find out who the regulators are and how to ensure compliance with these cost-saving techniques.

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Maximize Compliance & Cost Savings with Environmental Preventative Maintenance

  1. 1. Maximize Compliance & Cost Savings with Environmental Preventative Maintenance
  2. 2. Meet Your Moderator: James Ciccone
  3. 3.  All lines will be muted – please communicate via the questions tab in your webinar panel.  There will be a Q&A session at the end of the presentation – submit your question(s) anytime throughout the webinar.  Stick around for an exclusive offer at the end of the webinar. Webinar Overview
  4. 4. Meet Your Presenter Brian Blenkhorn Field Service Coordinator Triumvirate Environmental, Inc. • Has worked at Triumvirate for 6 years • Previous roles included: Environmental Chemist, Preventative Maintenance Specialist • Has HEM and Industrial Wastewater Operators License
  5. 5. Our Key Message Help identify areas of maintaining a PM program to enhance regulatory compliance.
  6. 6. Who Is Responsible for Environmental PMs? Facilities Managers EH&S Managers Property Managers
  7. 7. How would your facility stand up to a surprise inspection?
  8. 8. You Might Be Thinking... How do I keep up with regulatory compliance through a PM schedule? • So many agencies to comply with What other PMs should I be tracking within my facility? • Am I missing a regulatory PM? Am I required to cover the PM on all parts of my facility? • Are we required to check the safety equipment in the space we are leasing?
  9. 9. Agenda Preventative Maintenance Regulators Environmental PM Programs Implementation of Inspection-Based PM Preventative Maintenance Calendar Q&A
  10. 10. Environmental Agencies
  11. 11. Agenda Preventative Maintenance Regulators Environmental PM Programs Implementation of Inspection-Based PM Preventative Maintenance Calendar Q&A
  12. 12. External Environmental PM Catch Basin Oil Water Separators AST & UST Grease Traps
  13. 13. Catch Basins Cleaning Regiment? Outfall to Sewer? Loading Dock Activities Allowed in Parking Lots Blockage in Lines?
  14. 14. Witch Hats
  15. 15. Oil Water Separator What is the use of the separator? Manufacturer’s Specification Cleaning Regiment
  16. 16. AST & UST Filling Regiment? Inspection Program Leak Protection Integrity Testing
  17. 17. Grease Traps Inspection Program Cleaning Regiment Grease Storage
  18. 18. Internal Environmental PM Ejector Pits Fire Extinguishers Neutralization Tanks Fume Hoods
  19. 19. Ejector Pits Cleaning Regiment? Confined Space Blockage in Lines?
  20. 20. Fire Extinguishers Monthly Inspections Annual Inspections Hydrostatic Testing
  21. 21. Neutralization Tanks Active Neutralization Passive Neutralization Probe Calibration Tank Cleaning Schedule
  22. 22. Fume Hoods Inspection Program Filters and Baffle Cleaning Cleaning
  23. 23. Agenda Preventative Maintenance Regulators Environmental PM Programs Implementation of Inspection-Based PM Preventative Maintenance Calendar Q&A
  24. 24. Routine inspections are the first step in identifying a potential issue. Implementation of Inspection-Based PM
  25. 25. Implementation of Inspection-Based PM Frequency of Inspections Weekly Monthly Quarterly Why Inspect Prevent Downtime Manufacturer’s Recommendation Be prepared Training!
  26. 26. Our Key Message Help identify areas of maintaining a PM program to enhance regulatory compliance.
  27. 27. Agenda Preventative Maintenance Regulators Environmental PM Programs Implementation of Inspection-Based PM Preventative Maintenance Calendar Q&A
  28. 28. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 3 Set up Fire Extinguisher Annual Inspection (to be completed before 2/28 Complete MAA Inspections 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Complete Catch Basin Inspections for NPDES Inspect USTs on campus Annual cleaning of Waste Water pH Tanks Perform Eye Wash and Safety Shower weekly flush Set up Annual Fume Hood and BSC Inspections to be completed before 2/28 Complete MAA Inspections 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Run Emergency Response Drill Inspect ASTs on campus Perform Eye Wash and Safety Shower weekly flush Inspect all Spill Kits Annual cleaning of all Limestone Chip Tanks Complete MAA Inspections 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Inspect and Clean Grease Traps Chemistry Lab Inspections Inspect all Hydraulic Elevators Perform Eye Wash and Safety Shower weekly flush Complete Exit Sign and Exit Lighting 30 second monthly inspection Complete MAA Inspections Annual Pigeon Guano Cleaning of Roof area around Chiller Plant 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Inspect oil water separators Biology and Physics Lab Inspections Complete Monthly waste water discharge sampling Perform full monthly inspection of eye wash and safety showers Update Contingency Plan for 2015 Complete MAA Inspections Begin TIER II Report Storm Water Sampling at new Dorm construction site to happen in January. Must have addequate rain event. NOTES:
  29. 29. What is Help incorporate necessary PMs into your facilities daily routine Interactive assessment of facilities to help identify areas needing an Environmental PM Assess the risk of an Environmental Emergency and provide tips on preventing emergencies Provide a write up of observations with recommendations and links to the regulations
  30. 30. QUESTIONS?
  31. 31. Thank You For Attending! Request a Free On-Site Assessment! http://info.triumvirate.com/facilitycare-webinar-offer Contact Brian Blenkhorn: bblenkhorn@triumvirate.com Call Us! 1-888-834-9697 www.triumvirate.com

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