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U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration

1200 New Jersey Avenue, S.E. Washington, D.C. 20590

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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© Technical Response Planning Corporation 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION Figure 1-1 - Record of Changes

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Figure 1-2 - Distribution List

 

Figure 1-3 - Northern District Information Summary

 

Figure 1-4 - Pipeline System Overview Map

 

Figure 1-5 - Northern District Zone Map

 

1.1 Purpose / Scope of Plan 1.2 Plan Review and Update Procedure 1.3 Certification of Adequate Resources 1.4 Agency Submittal / Approval Letters SECTION 2 - INITIAL RESPONSE ACTIONS Figure 2-1 - Initial Response Action Checklist 2.1 Spill Response Figure 2.1-1 - Spill Response Action Checklist

       

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2.1.1 Spill Detection and Mitigation Procedures

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Figure 2.1-2 - Spill Mitigation Procedures

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2.1.2 Spill Surveillance Guidelines

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Figure 2.1-3 - Spill Surveillance Checklist

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2.1.3 Spill Volume Estimating

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Figure 2.1-4 - Spill Estimation Factors

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2.1.4 Estimating Spill Trajectories

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2.1.5 Initial Containment Actions

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2.1.6 Safety Considerations

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2.2 Fire and/or Explosions 2.3 Evacuation

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2.4 Medical 2.5 Tornado 2.6 Flood 2.7 Ice/Snow Storm 2.8 Bomb Threat 2.9 Hydrogen Sulfide (H2 S) Release

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2.9.1 General Requirements

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Figure 2.9-1 - Hydrogen Sulfide Effects

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Figure 2.9-2 - Hydrogen Sulfide Initial Response Action

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2.9.2 Personal Respiratory Protection

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2.10 Flammable Vapor Cloud/Highly Volatile Liquid (HVL) Release Figure 2.10-1 - Flammable Vapor Cloud/Highly Volatile Liquid (HVL) Release Response Action Checklist

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2.11 Earthquake Checklist 2.12 Air Monitoring Checklist

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TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONTINUED SECTION 3 - NOTIFICATIONS / TELEPHONE NUMBERS 3.1 Emergency Information and Notification Procedures Figure 3.1-1 - Emergency Notification Flowchart

Figure 3.1-2 - Release / Spill Report Form Figure 3.1-3 - Notifications and Telephone Numbers SECTION 4 - RESPONSE TEAM ORGANIZATION 4.1 Description 4.2 Activation Procedures 4.3 SMT Resources Per Tier 4.4 Incident Command System / Unified Command 4.5 Qualified Individual (QI) Figure 4.5-1 - Spill Management Team (SMT) Activation Procedure

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Figure 4.5-2 - Spill Management Team (SMT) Or