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Philadelphia Refining Complex

Parent Companies:
Philadelphia Energy Solutions
EPA Facility ID:
100000028105
Other ID:
19145TLNTC3144P
Facility DUNS:
620263855
Parent Company DUNS:
57152217

Location:

Address:
3144 W. Passyunk Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19145
County:
PHILADELPHIA
Lat / Long:
39.920, -75.199 (Get map)
Method:
Interpolation - Digital map source (TIGER)
Description:
Plant Entrance (General)
Horizonal accuracy:
51 m
Horizontal reference datum:
North American Datum of 1983
Source map scale:

Owner/Operator:

Name:
Philadelphia Energy Solutions
Phone:
(215) 339-2000
Address:
3144 W. Passyunk Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19145 -5299
Foreign Address:

Person responsible for RMP implementation:

Name:
Eric Cuvo
Title:
Process Safety Lead Engineer

Emergency contact:

Name:
Robert J Tucker
Title:
Security /ER Manager
Phone:
(215) 339-2101
24-hour phone:
(610) 859-1300
Ext or PIN:

Other contacts:

Facility (or company) email:
Facility phone:
(215) 339-2000
Facility (or company) URL:

Safety:

Local Emergency Planning Committee:
Philadelphia LEPC
Full-Time Equivalent Employees:
975
Covered by OSHA PSM:
Yes
EPCRA section 302:
Yes
CAA Title Air Operating Permit:
Yes
CAA Permit ID#:
V95-038
OSHA Star/Merit Ranking
No
Last Safety Inspection Date:
May 11, 2016
Inspecting Agency:
EPA
Using Predictive Filing:
No

Processes:

SY Butane Rail Facility
RMP ID:
1000081476
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
20,000,000
No
Isobutane [Propane, 2-methyl]
75-28-5
32,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Schuylkill River Tnk Farm
RMP ID:
1000081477
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Butane
106-97-8
13,000,000
No
Propane
74-98-6
2,200,000
No
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
10,805,327
No
Isobutane [Propane, 2-methyl]
75-28-5
5,672,460
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Girard Point 1733 Cumene
RMP ID:
1000081478
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
380,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Girard Point 431 Lt Ends
RMP ID:
1000081479
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
130,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Girard Point 137 AVU
RMP ID:
1000081480
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
340,413
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Girard Point 1332 Ref
RMP ID:
1000081481
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
83,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Girard Point 1232 FCCU
RMP ID:
1000081482
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
430,747
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Girard Point 433 Alky
RMP ID:
1000081483
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Butane
106-97-8
14,000
No
Propane
74-98-6
110,000
No
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
1,300,000
No
Hydrogen fluoride/Hydrofluoric acid (conc 50% or greater) [Hydrofluoric acid]
7664-39-3
420,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze SYOM
RMP ID:
1000081484
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Butane
106-97-8
2,300,000
No
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
1,400,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze NYOM
RMP ID:
1000081485
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Ethyl mercaptan [Ethanethiol]
75-08-1
16,000
No
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
8,700,000
No
Butane
106-97-8
3,600,000
No
Propane
74-98-6
2,316,120
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze 862 Lt Ends
RMP ID:
1000081486
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
415,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze 210 Crude
RMP ID:
1000081487
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
135,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze 868 FCCU
RMP ID:
1000081488
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
405,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze 860 Ref
RMP ID:
1000081489
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
25,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze 864 Ref
RMP ID:
1000081490
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
51,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
PB 869 Sulf. Acid Alky
RMP ID:
1000081491
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
3,100,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Girard Point 331 ISOM
RMP ID:
1000081492
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
52,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Girard Point 433 Storage
RMP ID:
1000081493
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
5,200,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze 859 ULSD
RMP ID:
1000081494
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
20,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze 870 LSGU
RMP ID:
1000081513
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
600,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No
Point Breeze North Yard
RMP ID:
1000081514
CBI claimed:
No
Program Level:
3
NAICS:
Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Chemical name
CAS#
Quantity (lbs.)
CBI
Flammable Mixture
00-11-11
53,000,000
No
Public OCA Chemical
0
No

RMP Preparer:

Name:
Eric Cuvo
Address:
3144 W. Passyunk Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19145
Foreign Address:

Phone:
(215) 339-7106

Latest RMP Submission:

Date:
Aug. 3, 2017
Type:
Resubmission
Reason:
Regulated substance present above TQ in new (or previously not covered) process (40 CFR 68.190(b)(4))
Registered:
Yes
RMP ID:
1000064960

Deregistration:

Date:
Effective Date:
Reason:
Other Reason:

2. Toxics: Worst-case

Some Risk Management Plan information is not provided in the available RMP data. You need to make an appointment at an EPA Reading Room In order to get access to details from the Off-Site Consequence Analysis (OCA) such as:

Instructions on how to make an EPA appointment can be found here.

Public OCA Chemical (in Girard Point 433 Alky)
CBI claimed:
No
Percent weight:
91.5
Physical state:
Liquid
Model used:
HGSystems
Release duration (mins):
10.00
Wind speed (meters per sec):
1.5
Stability class:
F
Topography:
Urban
Passive mitigation
considered:
  • Inventory Management Baffle
not considered:
  • Dikes
  • Enclosures
  • Berms
  • Drains
  • Sumps

3. Toxics: Alternative release

Some Risk Management Plan information is not provided in the available RMP data. You need to make an appointment at an EPA Reading Room In order to get access to details from the Off-Site Consequence Analysis (OCA) such as:

Instructions on how to make an EPA appointment can be found here.

Public OCA Chemical (in Girard Point 433 Alky)
CBI claimed:
No
Percent weight:
84.0
Physical state:
Liquid
Model used:
EPA's RMP*Comp(TM)
Wind speed (meters per sec):
3.00
Stability class:
D
Topography:
Urban
Passive mitigation
considered:
  • None
not considered:
  • Dikes
  • Enclosures
  • Berms
  • Drains
  • Sumps
Active mitigation
considered:
  • Deluge systems
  • Water curtain
  • Flares
  • Emergency shutdown
not considered:
  • Sprinkler systems
  • Neutralization
  • Excess flow valve
  • Scrubbers

4. Flammables: Worst-case

Some Risk Management Plan information is not provided in the available RMP data. You need to make an appointment at an EPA Reading Room In order to get access to details from the Off-Site Consequence Analysis (OCA) such as:

Instructions on how to make an EPA appointment can be found here.

Public OCA Chemical (in Schuylkill River Tnk Farm)
CBI claimed:
No
Model used:
EPA's RMP*Comp(TM)
Passive mitigation
considered:
  • None
not considered:
  • Blast walls
Public OCA Chemical (in Point Breeze SYOM)
CBI claimed:
No
Model used:
EPA's RMP*Comp(TM)
Passive mitigation
considered:
  • None
not considered:
  • Blast walls
Public OCA Chemical (in Point Breeze NYOM)
CBI claimed:
No
Model used:
EPA's RMP*Comp(TM)
Passive mitigation
considered:
  • None
not considered:
  • Blast walls
Public OCA Chemical (in Point Breeze NYOM)
CBI claimed:
No
Model used:
EPA's RMP*Comp(TM)
Passive mitigation
considered:
  • None
not considered:
  • Blast walls

5. Flammables: Alternative release

Some Risk Management Plan information is not provided in the available RMP data. You need to make an appointment at an EPA Reading Room In order to get access to details from the Off-Site Consequence Analysis (OCA) such as:

Instructions on how to make an EPA appointment can be found here.

Public OCA Chemical (in Point Breeze NYOM)
CBI claimed:
No
Model used:
EPA's RMP*Comp(TM)
Passive mitigation
considered:
  • None
not considered:
  • Dikes
  • Fire wall
  • Blast walls
  • Enclosures
Active mitigation
considered:
  • None
not considered:
  • Sprinkler systems
  • Deluge systems
  • Water curtain
  • Excess flow valve

6. Five-year accident history

Dec. 10, 2016 at 22:50
ID:
1000050339
NAICS:
Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Duration:
1 minutes
Chemicals involved:
  • Flammable Mixture
Release events:
Gas release
Weather conditions at time of event
Wind speed:
8.0 miles/h WNW
Temperature:
26.00 ℉
Atmospheric stability:
D
Precipitation present:
No
Unknown weather conditions:
No
On-site impacts
Deaths of employees or contractors:
0
Deaths of public responders:
0
Deaths of public:
0
Injuries of employees or contractors:
0
Injuries of public responders:
0
Injuries of public:
0
Property damage:
$8000000
Known off-site impacts
Deaths:
0
Hospitalizations:
0
Medicals treatments:
0
Evacuated:
0
Sheltered-in-place:
0
Property damage:
$0
Environmental damage:
Initiating event:
Equipment Failure
Contributing factors:
  • Equipment failure
Off-site responders notified:
Notified and Responded
Changes introduced as a result of the accident:
  • Improved/upgraded equipment
  • Revised operating procedures
  • New process controls

7. Prevention: Program level 3

SY Butane Rail Facility, Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068591
Safety Review Date
July 11, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
April 16, 2014, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Overpressurization
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Excess Flow Device
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Deluge System
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
Changes since PHA
  • None
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 31, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
May 13, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
May 11, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
May 11, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
None
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
None
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Schuylkill River Tnk Farm, Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068574
Safety Review Date
June 13, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Feb. 10, 2014, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Overpressurization
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Excess Flow Device
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Deluge System
  • Water Curtain
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 3, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 20, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 2, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
May 12, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
June 15, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Girard Point 1733 Cumene, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068575
Safety Review Date
June 13, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
July 18, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Runaway reaction
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Power
  • Backup Pump
  • Grounding Equipment
  • Quench System
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Sprinkler System
  • Dikes
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
  • Process Controls
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
July 20, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 8, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 8, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
March 30, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
May 16, 2019
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Girard Point 431 Lt Ends, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068576
Safety Review Date
June 13, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Sept. 25, 2014, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Overpressurization
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Scrubbers
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Backup Pump
  • Grounding Equipment
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • None
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
May 8, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
April 13, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
Feb. 22, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Feb. 4, 2009
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
July 15, 2009
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Girard Point 137 AVU, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068577
Safety Review Date
June 27, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
May 3, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Toxic release
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Emergency Power
  • Backup Pump
  • Grounding Equipment
  • Inhibitor Addition
  • Rupture Disks
  • Quench System
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Neutralization
Monitoring Systems
  • None
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
  • Process Controls
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 19, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 27, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 27, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
April 26, 2016
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
Dec. 15, 2018
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Girard Point 1332 Ref, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068612
Safety Review Date
June 13, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
May 7, 2015, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Scrubbers
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Emergency Power
  • Backup Pump
  • Grounding Equipment
  • Inhibitor Addition
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
  • Process Controls
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 6, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 9, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 9, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Jan. 18, 2015
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
Aug. 1, 2015
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Girard Point 1232 FCCU, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068579
Safety Review Date
June 13, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
March 3, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Scrubbers
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Keyed Bypass
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Emergency Power
  • Backup Pump
  • Inhibitor Addition
  • Quench System
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
Changes since PHA
  • Process Controls
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
June 16, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
May 3, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 19, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 19, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
July 27, 2016
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
Aug. 30, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Girard Point 433 Alky, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068580
Safety Review Date
June 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Sept. 25, 2014, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Toxic release
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Runaway reaction
  • Polymerization
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Scrubbers
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Emergency Power
  • Backup Pump
  • Grounding Equipment
  • Inhibitor Addition
  • Rupture Disks
  • Quench System
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • None
Monitoring Systems
  • None
Changes since PHA
  • None
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 3, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 24, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 26, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
March 20, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
Dec. 15, 2020
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze SYOM, Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068581
Safety Review Date
June 16, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Oct. 4, 2013, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Polymerization
  • Overpressurization
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Backup Pump
  • Excess Flow Device
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Deluge System
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
  • Process Controls
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 10, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
March 30, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 12, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 12, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Jan. 22, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
Sept. 30, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze NYOM, Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068582
Safety Review Date
June 19, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Sept. 30, 2016, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Polymerization
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Excess Flow Device
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Deluge System
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • None
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 9, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 16, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 7, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 7, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Feb. 22, 2016
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
Aug. 12, 2016
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze 862 Lt Ends, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068583
Safety Review Date
June 19, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Sept. 30, 2016, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Toxic release
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Polymerization
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Scrubbers
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Backup Pump
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Blast Walls
  • Deluge System
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
  • Process Controls
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 3, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 30, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 12, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 12, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Jan. 26, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
May 31, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze 210 Crude, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068584
Safety Review Date
June 23, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
March 4, 2013, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Toxic release
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Polymerization
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Backup Pump
  • Inhibitor Addition
  • Quench System
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Sprinkler System
  • Dikes
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
  • Process Controls
  • Mitigation Systems
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 4, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
July 12, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 6, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 6, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
March 23, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
April 13, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze 868 FCCU, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068585
Safety Review Date
June 26, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Toxic release
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Polymerization
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Backup Pump
  • Inhibitor Addition
  • Quench System
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Blast Walls
  • Deluge System
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 4, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
June 27, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 5, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 5, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
March 11, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
Aug. 23, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze 860 Ref, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068586
Safety Review Date
June 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
June 30, 2015, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Runaway reaction
  • Polymerization
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Backup Pump
  • Inhibitor Addition
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Blast Walls
  • Deluge System
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
  • Process Controls
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 3, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 30, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
June 12, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 12, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Jan. 10, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
June 15, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze 864 Ref, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068587
Safety Review Date
June 30, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
July 16, 2014, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Toxic release
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Runaway reaction
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Backup Pump
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • None
Monitoring Systems
  • None
Changes since PHA
  • None
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 4, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
June 16, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
May 30, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
May 30, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Feb. 7, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
July 15, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PB 869 Sulf. Acid Alky, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068588
Safety Review Date
July 7, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Dec. 16, 2013, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Toxic release
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Runaway reaction
  • Polymerization
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Scrubbers
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Backup Pump
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Neutralization
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 4, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 6, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
May 22, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
May 22, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Jan. 13, 2016
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
May 30, 2016
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Girard Point 331 ISOM, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068589
Safety Review Date
June 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Oct. 22, 2015, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Toxic release
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Runaway reaction
  • Overpressurization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Scrubbers
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Emergency Power
  • Backup Pump
  • Grounding Equipment
  • Inhibitor Addition
  • Quench System
  • Purge System
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Deluge System
  • Enclosure
  • Neutralization
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
  • Process Controls
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
Feb. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
April 17, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
June 12, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Sept. 15, 2015
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
March 1, 2016
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Girard Point 433 Storage, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068590
Safety Review Date
June 29, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Dec. 1, 2014, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Overpressurization
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Manual Shutoffs
  • Automatic Shutoffs
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
  • Emergency Air Supply
  • Emergency Power
  • Backup Pump
  • Grounding Equipment
Mitigation Systems
  • Sprinkler System
  • Dikes
  • Deluge System
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
  • Perimeter Monitors
Changes since PHA
  • Process Parameters
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
March 15, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
June 3, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
May 5, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
May 5, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Jan. 12, 2016
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
Sept. 30, 2016
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze 859 ULSD, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068614
Safety Review Date
July 18, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Feb. 19, 2014, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Flares
  • Interlocks
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
Monitoring Systems
  • None
Changes since PHA
  • None
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 11, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
June 16, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
Jan. 24, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
March 30, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
March 30, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
March 12, 2015
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
April 2, 2015
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze 870 LSGU, Petroleum Refineries (32411)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068616
Safety Review Date
July 18, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
Oct. 15, 2014, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Polymerization
  • Corrosion
  • Overfilling
  • Contamination
  • Equipment failure
  • Cooling loss
  • Floods
Process Controls
  • Vents
  • Relief Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Backup Pump
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
  • Deluge System
Monitoring Systems
  • None
Changes since PHA
  • None
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 4, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
Oct. 31, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
May 16, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
May 16, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
Oct. 26, 2016
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
March 31, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Point Breeze North Yard, Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (42471)
Prevention Program ID:
1000068617
Safety Review Date
July 13, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Update Date
July 13, 2017, since latest RMP submission
PHA Techniques
  • What if
  • What if/Checklist
  • HAZOP
Hazards Identified
  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Equipment failure
Process Controls
  • Relief Valves
  • Interlocks
  • Alarms
Mitigation Systems
  • Dikes
Monitoring Systems
  • Process Area
Changes since PHA
  • None
Training Type
  • None
Competency Testing
  • None
Procedure Review Date
April 14, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Training Review Date
May 2, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Review Date
May 5, 2017, since latest RMP submission
Maintenance Inspection Date
Aug. 23, 2016, since latest RMP submission
Equipment Tested
Yes
Management of Change Most Recent Date
Jan. 10, 2017
Management of Change Review Date
March 29, 2017
Pre-startup Review Date
Jan. 10, 2017
Compliance Audit Date
April 24, 2015
Compliance Audit Change Completion Date
Feb. 8, 2017
Incident Investigation Date
March 17, 2017
Incident Invest. Change Completion Date
Sept. 15, 2017
Participation Plan Review Date
Feb. 13, 2017
Hot Work Review Date
July 28, 2015
Contractor Safety Review Date
Sept. 30, 2013, since latest RMP submission
Contractor Safety Eval. Date
Jan. 28, 2017, since latest RMP submission

8. Prevention Program level 2

No Prevention Program level 2

9. Emergency response

Facility In Community Plan:
Yes
Facility Own Response Plan:
No
Specific Facility Response Plan:
Yes
Inform. Procedures in Response Plan:
No
Emergency Care in Response Plan:
Yes
Plan Review Date:
Response Training Date:
June 13, 2017
Local Response Agency:
Local Response Agency Phone:
(215) 686-1140
Subject To - OSHA EAP:
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Executive Summary

Philadelphia Energy Solutions

Philadelphia Refining Complex

RMP EXECUTIVE SUMMARY



ACCIDENTAL RELEASE PREVENTION AND EMERGENCY RELEASE POLICIES



Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) is committed to operating and maintaining the Philadelphia Refining Complex in a safe, reliable and environmentally sound manner. Excellent performance in process safety and occupational safety go hand in hand with operating reliability and are required to sustain a successful business model.



The Philadelphia Refining Complex is designed, operated and maintained in a manner that protects the environment, as well as the health and safety of employees, contractors and the community in which we operate. We promote process safety, occupational safety and environmental responsibility through programs of awareness, compliance, prevention and protection. These programs include a combination of accidental release prevention and emergency response planning. This document provides a brief overview of the comprehensive risk management activities designed and implemented at PES, including:



A. A description of the Philadelphia Refining Complex and the use of substances regulated by EPA's RMP rule

B. An overview of the PES accidental release prevention programs

C. A five-year accident history of chemicals regulated by EPA's RMP rule

D. An overview of the PES emergency response program

E. An overview of planned changes to improve safety



A. STATIONARY SOURCE AND REGULATED SUBSTANCES



The Philadelphia Refining Complex is located on approximately 1000 acres on the east bank of the Schuylkill River in southwest Philadelphia. The facility consists of two general areas: the first, referred to as Point Breeze,; while the second, known as Girard Point. Today, these two areas are operated as a fully integrated petroleum refining complex capable of processing 350,000 barrels per day of crude oil into various petroleum products including: gasoline, home and industrial heating fuels, jet
fuel, liquefied petroleum gases (LPG), residual fuel and a number of petrochemicals such as Benzene, Propylene, and Cumene.



The types of processing units in operation at the refinery include: atmospheric and vacuum crude distillation, fluid catalytic cracking, catalytic reforming, distillate desulfurization, alkylation, sulfur recovery, petrochemical recovery, and gasoline treating and blending. In support of these processes, the refinery also operates steam generation, water treating, wastewater treatment, tank car and truck loading facilities, and numerous intermediate and finished product storage tanks.



PES also owns and operates the 211-acre Schuylkill River Tank Farm (SRTF) located on the west bank of the Schuylkill River, opposite the refinery property. The facility functions as a product storage and shipping area and contains no refining units. On-site are numerous intermediate and finished product storage tanks, an API-type separator, gasoline blending facilities, and an LPG tank car and truck loading area.



In the southern portion of the refinery, PES owns and operates a Butane Rail Loading/Unloading facility. The butane is transported via pipeline to the adjacent Schuylkill River Tank Farm for storage.



In our processes, we use the following chemicals that EPA has identified as having the potential to cause significant off-site consequences in the event of a major accidental release:



Toxics



CHEMICAL USE

Hydrogen Fluoride (HF) Alkylation Unit Catalyst

Modified Hydrogen Fluoride (HF) Alkylation Unit Catalyst



Flammables



CHEMICAL USE

Propane Commercial Fuel

Butane Gasoline Blending

Isobutane Gasoline Blending/Intermediate Feedstock

Ethyl Mercaptan Propane Stenching

Flammable Mixture Petrochemical Feedstock

(Contains: Propane, Propylene)

Flammable Mixture Intermediate Feedstocks for Refinery Processing

(May contain: 1-Butene, 2-Butene, 2-Butene-Cis, 2-Butene-Trans, 1-Pentene, Butane, Ethane, E
thylene, Hydrogen, Isobutane, Isopentane, Methane, Pentane, Propane, Propylene, 1,3 butadiene, isobutylene, 2-methyl-1-butene, 2-pentene-cis, 2-pentene-trans)



These chemicals are used in one or more of our twenty-one (21) registered processes covered by the RMP rule under program level three. Our accidental release prevention programs and emergency planning and response programs help us effectively manage the hazards posed by these chemicals to our employees, the public, and the environment.



B. GENERAL ACCIDENTAL RELEASE PREVENTION PROGRAM AND CHEMICAL-SPECIFIC PREVENTION MEASURES



The centerpiece of PES's accidental release prevention program is Process Safety Management (PSM). PES has implemented a management system for process safety. The fourteen (14) elements of PSM, which are outlined below, constitute the framework by which process safety and accident prevention are managed in the refinery.



PSM Prevention Program Elements



1. Employee Participation



Employee participation is based on the principle that employee involvement in various areas of PSM is key to maintaining a Process Safety system that has an "our" attitude. Our employee participation plan helps ensure that all employees have appropriate involvement in developing and implementing PSM. Employees are involved in Health and Safety committee activities, safety meetings, Process Hazard Analysis studies, pre-startup safety reviews, incident investigations, and the development of operating and maintenance training and procedures.



2. Process Safety Information



Process Safety Information (PSI) is compiled for each process covered by PSM and is made available to all personnel involved with or affected by that process via an internal computer-based Intranet. PSI includes information pertaining to the hazards of the highly hazardous chemicals used or produced by the process, information pertaining to the technology of the process, and information pertaining to the equipmen
t in the process. This information is essential for supporting all of the other elements of our PSM program.



3. Process Hazard Analysis



Process Hazards Analyses (PHAs) are performed by experienced teams for each process covered by the PSM and RMP regulations. Our PHA teams are composed of personnel with engineering and process operating experience and a trained PHA team leader. Studies are conducted according to an established schedule, and each study is updated/revalidated at least every five years (or more often if necessary because of process changes). These comprehensive studies systematically review each unit to identify and assess hazards in the design or operation of the units. The PES PHA methodology incorporates the Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA) technique which provides a semi-quantitative tool to analyze risk. Additional controls are recommended for any unmitigated hazards that are identified. Results of the PHAs are documented in reports that are made available to personnel.



4. Operating Procedures



Written operating procedures are developed and implemented for all refinery processes. The procedures, written by experienced operating personnel and reviewed by a technical representative describe the detailed steps to carry out the principal modes of operation and are designed and implemented for a safe, reliable and environmentally sound operation. Procedures are used to (1) train our personnel before they perform tasks in the field, (2) serve as reference guides for personnel performing tasks, (3) specify what to do if a process upset or operating emergency occurs and (4) provide reference guides in the startup and shutdown of equipment.



5. Training



Employees who are responsible for safe operation of the process units are provided with initial training and periodic refresher training. This training includes a general overview of the process, properties, safety and health hazards of chemicals in the process, as w
ell as a detailed understanding of the process operating procedures and safe work practices. Training is conducted using a combination of classroom training, computer-based training, and on-the-job training. Written, verbal and hands-on testing is performed to validate that training requirements have been met.



6. Mechanical Integrity



The Mechanical Integrity of process equipment is maintained to ensure that the potential for spills and releases is minimized. Programs include an inspection and testing program, a preventive maintenance program, and a quality assurance program. Procedures describe the methods used to perform inspections, tests, and preventive maintenance tasks of existing process equipment, to verify the proper fabrication and installation of new process equipment, and to properly document all activities. The procedures follow generally accepted engineering practices that employ both industry and company standards. Personnel performing MI activities are trained on the procedures and in the hazards of the process to ensure that job tasks are performed safely.



7. Management of Change



Permanent or temporary changes can inadvertently introduce new hazards or compromise safeguards built into the original design of a process. A written Management of Change procedure has been established and implemented to manage changes to process chemicals, technology, and equipment. The procedure provides guidance, designates responsibilities and establishes steps to implement changes in the refinery. This program helps ensure that inadvertent or unintended changes are prevented, that any safety and health impacts are addressed, that affected procedures are updated, and that employees are informed of and trained in the approved changes. The Philadelphia Refining Complex uses a computer-based software program to assist in tracking and processing change requests. Results of the Management of Change process are documented and maintained in the softwar
e program and made available to all personnel.



8. Pre-startup Safety Review



Pre-startup Safety Reviews are performed by experienced teams as a final check to ensure the safety of new or modified process facilities before they are placed in service. The review ensures that the following requirements are confirmed prior to start-up: construction and equipment are in accordance with design specifications; safety, maintenance, operating, and emergency procedures are in place and are adequate; PHAs have been performed on new processes and all recommendations have been resolved; PSI documentation has been properly updated and made available to personnel; MOC requirements have been satisfied for modified processes; and training has been completed (and documented) for affected employees.



9. Compliance Audits



A formal evaluation and certification of the PSM system is conducted at least every three years by an audit team. The compliance audit team seeks to confirm that PSM and RMP practices are consistent with written programs, the programs adequately address all requirements of the PSM/RMP regulations, and that management systems are in place to ensure continued compliance. Refinery management promptly reviews the audit findings, determines an appropriate response for each finding, assigns responsibility for implementation of a corrective action, and tracks all findings until they are resolved.



10. Incident Investigation



An experienced team promptly investigates incidents (within 48 hours) that result in, or could reasonably have caused, a catastrophic release, fire or injury. A systematic investigation process is used to determine the root cause of an event, analyze them and develop solutions to correct the situation and prevent it from recurring. The investigation team then recommends and implements additional controls in order to mitigate hazards associated with the incident. Incident causes are tracked, trended and published
by the Health and Safety Department. The published reports are shared with employees and relevant findings are communicated throughout the PES organization.



11. Hot Work Permit



Hot work permits are issued for any work that could create a source of ignition on or near a PSM/RMP covered process unit. The hot work permit program ensures that OSHA's fire prevention and protection precautions, specified in 29 CFR 1910.252(a), are in place before hot work (work involving electric or gas welding, cutting, brazing, or similar flame or spark-producing operation) begins on or near a process. The permit describes work being performed, authorized dates and all fire prevention and protection requirements.



12. Contractors



Contractors are employed to supplement the refinery's work force during periods of increased maintenance or construction activities. A contractor screening procedure is used to help ensure that contractors are hired who accomplish the desired job tasks without compromising the safety and health of employees, the public, or the environment. Safety regulations are sent with all bid packages, and an evaluation of the contractor safety record and training program is used in selecting a contracting company. The safety regulations require contractors to train their employees in the safe work practices and safety rules of the refinery. The program also includes a refinery overview video that is shown to all contractor employees to familiarize them with the type of operations and associated hazards in the areas in which they will be working.



13. Emergency Response



Our Emergency Response Plan assures the readiness of employees to respond appropriately and safely to emergencies involving highly hazardous chemicals. The Emergency Response Plan is an integrated set of actions that start at the incident source, and initiates actions throughout the facility as appropriate. Additional details about our Emergency Response Program are
presented later in this summary.



14. Trade Secrets



OSHA PSM requires the refinery to make available all information necessary to those persons responsible for compiling the process safety information, those assisting in the development of the process hazards analysis, those responsible for developing operating procedures and those involved in incident investigations, emergency planning and response, and compliance audits, without regard to possible trade secret status of such information. Our facility openly provides this necessary information to all responsible persons in accordance with these requirements.



These fourteen (14) individual elements of our prevention program work together to prevent accidental chemical releases. Our company and our employees are committed to the standards required by these management systems. In addition to the above prevention program elements, we also have specific prevention measures that are employed as part of our operating procedures and engineering and administrative controls to help contain/control a release, quickly detect a release, and reduce the consequences of (mitigate) a release. These are briefly summarized as follows:



General Risk Reduction and Safety Measures



* Engineering and construction in accordance with recognized industry and company standards

* Equipment properly designed with protection from overpressure (pressure safety relief valves, flare stacks, etc.)

* Updated technical drawings, Piping & Instrument Diagrams and Process Flow Diagrams

* Operating systems monitored and controlled 24 hrs a day by trained Operators

* Computerized monitoring and control of process operation

* Redundant control systems with battery back-ups

* Automatic and manual shutdown devices for critical systems

* Safety Instrumented Functions

* Scheduled inspection and testing of instruments, analyzers, and safety interlocks

* Testing and inspection of all boilers by state inspectors on a scheduled bas
is

* Quality control laboratory to ensure accurate unit operation

* Vehicular traffic prohibited from critical areas

* Limited facility access and 24 hr security force

* Regular safety meetings and safety awareness programs

* Routinely scheduled safety inspections and audits

* Radio communication system with 24/7 monitoring and in-house emergency phone number"5400".

* CCTV surveillance capabilities

* Safety showers and eyewash stations located in process units

*Self-contained breathing apparatus available to first responders

* Substance abuse program and random drug testing

* Frequent unit surveillance by operators

* Joint Employee/Management Health and Safety Committee

* Safe Operation of Hydrofluoric Acid Alkylation Units API RP-751



General Release Mitigation



* Minimization of toxic chemical inventories

* Application of inherently safer technology

* Dikes and curbing to minimize the spread of released material

* Automatic and remotely operated emergency isolation valves to limit release quantity

* Strategically located valves to isolate leaks

* Hydrocarbon and toxic gas detectors at key areas to warn of a chemical release

*Toxic gas laser perimeter monitoring at key areas to warn of a chemical release

* Fire Detection Systems including flame detectors and heat sensors in critical fire hazard areas

* Water sprays to contain vapor clouds and cool exposed equipment

* Sprinkler systems and fixed fire monitors for fire control in critical fire hazard areas

* Passive mitigation systems

* Rapid Acid Deinventory system



General Emergency Response



* Advanced Emergency Response Teams specializing in fire control, spill control, rescue, HAZMAT and emergency medical treatment

* Emergency Response Technicians on duty 24 hours per day

* Emergency Management System to manage and coordinate emergencies

* Fleet of emergency response apparatus specially designed for industrial fire protection

* Extensive Fire Protection System to provide hi
gh volume water supply

* Emergency alert system

* Periodic emergency training for employees

* Communication systems with local emergency responders and regulatory agencies

* Emergency drills with plant personnel, regulatory agencies, and community emergency responders to enhance response skills and coordination among agencies

* Mutual Aid

* Neighborhood emergency alert system

* Participation with the Philadelphia Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)

* Onsite medical facility and staff



C. FIVE YEAR ACCIDENT HISTORY



The Philadelphia Refining Complex keeps records for all significant accidental chemical releases that occur at our facility. During the past five years, we have had one accident resulting from the chemical release of materials covered under EPA's RMP rule. This accident is deemed RMP-reportable because the release resulted in significant property damage onsite.. No offsite injuries occurred due to the incident. For this incident, we have conducted a formal incident investigation to identify and correct the root causes of the event and to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.





D. EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM



The Philadelphia Refining Complex maintains compliance with local, state and federal regulations, including OSHA CFR 1910.120, Oil Pollution Act of 1990, Sara Title III and the Emergency Response Plan. We maintain an integrated emergency response program that consolidates all of the various federal, state, and local regulatory requirements into a single consolidated plan. Our Emergency Response Plan provides the essential planning and training for protecting employees, the public, and the environment during emergency situations. Contained within the Plan are written procedures that outline the actions to be taken for various types of emergencies that could occur in the refinery. These emergencies include: airborne releases of chemical substances, spills to the water or ground, fires, explosions, personn
el rescue incidents and medical emergencies. The Plan addresses all aspects of emergency response including:



* Information on the plant emergency organization (Incident Command System)

* Information on the roles and responsibilities of personnel responding to the incident

* Procedures for notifying employees that a release has occurred

* Procedures for plant evacuation and accounting of personnel

* Procedures to notify local emergency response organizations and other appropriate authorities that a release has occurred

* Guidance on proper first aid and medical treatment for exposures

* Procedures for post-incident cleanup and decontamination



Several methods are available to employees and contractors for reporting an emergency in the refinery including the utilization of a dedicated emergency telephone number (215-339-5400) and 2-way radios. When an emergency communication is received at the Communications Center (staffed 24/7), the dispatcher has the ability to activate alarms that signal refinery personnel to take action. An alarm received by fire pull box is a general area alarm. First responders will utilize their radio to communicate the details of the emergency once they arrive on the scene. The level of response to the emergency is then adjusted to reflect the complexity of the incident. The dispatcher at the Communication Center has the ability to pick up a direct dial telephone to the City of Philadelphia Fire Department to request assistance or brief them on the status of an emergency. The Fire Department and the Police Department are provided with the most factual information available. They will utilize that information to assist them in making decisions regarding the evacuation or shelter-in-place of communities in the affected area. In addition, the refinery has a system of ten (10) sirens located throughout the neighborhoods nearest to the facility to alert residents in the event of a catastrophic release of an extremely hazardous
substance. The system is computer controlled and self-supervising and is test sounded on the first Saturday of each month.



A vitally important part of the plant emergency organization is the Emergency Response Team (ERT). The ERT is made up of full-time emergency response employees, as well as employee volunteers from various refinery departments. The ERT provides the personnel resources for a rapid and effective emergency response. While most refinery employees receive an "incipient responder" level of emergency response training, ERT members train and drill on a monthly basis. Training and drill sessions include instruction and hands-on practice in the use of fire extinguishers, advanced interior and exterior fire fighting techniques, hazardous material response, confined space and high angle rescue, emergency medical response, the Emergency Response Plan and implementation of the Incident Command System.



The refinery also maintains its own dedicated emergency response equipment. This equipment includes portable fire extinguishers, breathing apparatus, encapsulated chemical protective suits, rescue and medical equipment, spill response boats and fire fighting apparatus capable of delivering high volumes of water and fire fighting foam. An inspection, testing and maintenance program is in place for emergency response equipment. Examples of equipment and systems included in the program are as follows:



* Fire extinguishers - Inspected monthly and receive annual maintenance per the international fire code,

* Class A chemical suits - Inspected before and after each use, pressure tested annually,

* Fire hoses - Inspected and pressure tested each year per the fire code,

* Stationary fire water pumps - Inspected weekly and performance tested each year per the fire code,

* Fire apparatus - Inspected weekly and performance tested each year,

* Water spray systems - Inspected and flow tested annually per the fire code.



Inspection reports for emerge
ncy response equipment are filed with the City of Philadelphia License and Inspection Department.



While we rely on the ERT to respond to both minor and significant events in the refinery, we also maintain a close relationship with the City of Philadelphia. Tours and drills with members of these emergency response organizations are held routinely. These tours and drills enable the public emergency responders to become familiar with the hazards, equipment, resources and personnel in the refinery.



E. PLANNED CHANGES TO IMPROVE SAFETY



We continually strive to make the Philadelphia Refining Complex the safest and most reliable workplace possible for our employees, our neighbors and our community. The facility's focus is safe, reliable, and environmentally sound operations, with proactive management of these issues. For example, we revalidate the Process Hazard Analyses for approximately six (6) process units each year. These analyses generate additional prevention and mitigation recommendations that result in on-going modifications to the facility.



The ultimate goal of the Philadelphia Refining Complex is to demonstrate continuous improvement in our health, environmental and safety performance. In addition, we work cooperatively with the local community to address any concerns.