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Oil-handling Training and Certification Guidance for Class 2 Facilities (Historical)

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
07-08-007May 2007July 2008
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Author(s) GayLee Kilpatrick
Description The Facility Oil Handling Standards Rule, Ch. 173-180 WAC (the Rule), requires owners and/or operators of Class 2 facilities to prepare and implement a training and certification program. Reducing the risk of oil spills due to human error is the goal.
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Keywords class 2, oil handling

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