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The Bulk Tanker Emergency Responder Card is administered by the Fire Protection Association Australia (FPA Australia) and supported by the Australasian Fire Authorities Council (AFAC)

This specialist course can only be delivered by the approved provider, the Transport Industries Skills Centre (TISC) in Canberra

The Card recognizes that the holder has received formal training in dealing with bulk tanker emergencies

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Beresfield NSW 17 Spill Response
Bordertown SA 24 Spill Response
Brisbane QLD 25 Spill Response
Canberra ACT 2 Spill Response
Canberra ACT 3 Spill Response Pumping Unit
Canberra ACT 4 Spill Response Skimmer Unit
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Canberra ACT 6 Training Rollover Unit
Canberra ACT 29 Training Unit Pump Equipped
Canberra ACT 30 Spill Response Pump Equipped
Cooma NSW 27 Spill Response Pump Equipped
Cootamundra NSW 14 Spill Response
Dubbo NSW 36 Spill Response Pump Equipped
Eden NSW 10 Spill Response
Forbes NSW 18 Spill Response
Goulburn NSW 8 Spill Response
Griffith NSW 13 Spill Response
Holbrook NSW 20 Spill Response
Lismore NSW 35 Spill Response Pump Equipped
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37 Spill Response Pump Equipped
Mildura VIC 16 Spill Response
Moruya NSW 12 Spill Response
Newcastle NSW 19 Spill Response
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32 Spill Response Pump Equipped
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December 2015

CROIERG RESPONDERS TRAINING COURSE

A Responders (3-Day) Training Course will be held at the TISC Training Complex in Canberra on March 21, 22, 23 March 2016

Enquiries to TISC PO Box 6074 Queanbeyan NSW 2620

Phone: (02) 6297 7187

Garth Edwards(Training Supervisor) Mobile 0409  604 233

Email: garth.edwards@suttonroad.com.au

CROIERG ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The Year 2015 CROIERG Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on Tuesday November 17th 2015 at the Yass Soldiers Club 86 Meehan Street Yass NSW

The AGM Minutes are available for perusal by CROIERG Member's in the Member's Area of this website. Go to the L/H Menu and then to CROIERG Business

The following people were elected to the CROIERG Committee for Year 2016

NAME

COMPANY

POSITION

Paul Pulver

Ron Finemore Transport

Chairman

Greg Royston

Caltex Australia Petroleum

Deputy Chairman

Brian O'Connor

E.J. O'Connor & Son (Yass) P/L

Secretary/Treasurer

and Public Officer

Brian Withers

Ron Finemore Transport

Committee Member

Paul D'Alcorn

Caltex Energy

Committee Member

Graham Bowyer

Tasco Petroleum P/L

Committee Member

Ken Brennan

T I S C

Committee Member

Mark Bartimote

Macinnes Transport

Committee Member

Paul Horley

Macinnes Transport

Committee Member

 

 

 

FULL CLASS FOR CROIERG TRAINING COURSES BEGINNING ON NOVEMBER 30, 2015

A very good rollup for the Training Courses starting on November 30th at the TISC Canberra Training Complex

We welcomed from Queensland people from Coogee Chemicals. We again had representatives from Fire & Rescue New South Wales and the NSW Traffic Management Centre together with industry people from Cootes Transport and BP Australia

On the practical exercise day of the Responders Course we had observers from Yass Valley Council (A CROIERG Member) attend to see how the environmental aspects of the course are covered.

BULK TANKER TRAINING COURSES INTRODUCTORY VIDEO

Have a look at this short video on the importance of training for industry emergency response

The large scale Bulk Tanker Emergency Exercise conducted at the Transport Industries Skills Centre (TISC) Canberra in January by Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) was especially filmed for ongoing emergency response training purposes by the various emergency services and industry

The result a really first class production!

This video with a 20 minute time-frame is scheduled for national distribution within the emergency services organisations.

The video displays a strong emphasis on the importance of the "Bulk Tanker Emergency Responder Card"

There will also be an industry launch

View an introductory version of the video (3-minute duration)

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IMPROVEMENTS TO AUSTRALIA'S CHAIN OF RESPONSIBILITY LAWS TO MAKE ROADS SAFER FOR ALL

18 November 2015 Melbourne Victoria

Australia's chain of responsibility obligations will be restructured to improve consistency and allow more flexibility in how all parties along the supply chain who can influence on-road behaviour achieve the desired regulatory outcomes.

The NTC has published details of the reforms in a policy paper.

Chief Executive of the NTC Paul Retter said the reforms were approved by the Transport and Infrastructure Council earlier this month, and introduce a primary duty of care on all current chain of responsibility parties to ensure the safety of road transport operations, and include obligations on executive officers.

"These reforms will help to make Australia's roads safer for everyone who uses them. Those people in the supply chain who can make our roads safer should be encouraged to do so, and these reforms do exactly that," Mr Retter said.

"These parties include consignors, consignees, loaders, schedulers, transport operators, contractors, employers and their executives."

Mr Retter said the reforms removed many prescriptive obligations under the current Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) and implemented clearer, more flexible and performance-based obligations, without increasing the overall burden on industry.

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CROIERG NEW SPILL RESPONSE TRAILERS

CROIERG is in the process of calling quotations for new spill response trailers.

These units will be all pump equipped

The committee has decided the first placement will be to replace the present Brisbane QLD trailer with a pump equipped unit and to relocate the existing trailer elsewhere in Queensland

FIRST CLASS EMERGENCY RESPONSE CHARTS AVAILABLE

These response charts are the best available

You simply won't find any better!

The CROIERG First Class Emergency Response Chart "A DISCIPLINED APPROACH TO EMEGENCY RESPONSE" is again available for members purchase

These charts are from the world class response information made available to CROIERG by our Canadian cousins and we are very grateful for this inter country industry co-operation

The charts are 600mm x 385mm and provide a very effective guide in how to manager an incident such as a tanker rollover in a co-ordinated manner

With each chart purchased we will also make available the publication A Disciplined Approach to Emergency Response and a Power Point Presentation on using the charts

They are available in: -

  1. ALUPANEL for $69.00 (inc GST & Delivery) or:
  2. CORFLUTEE FOR $49.00 (inc GST & Delivery)

For more information or to place an order please contact the CROIERG Secretary:

Phone 0428 627 777

Email eejoconn@bigpond.net.au

Postal CROIERG PO Box 362 YASS NSW 2582

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UN NUMBERS AND EIP'S (The latest from the United States)

The following article is from the United States website of Bulk Transporter Magazine and is reprinted to keep our membership aware of what is happening overseas. Following "trends" can help us be aware of potential changes

We have our own Australian Dangerous Goods Code (7th Edition) to follow and we are in no way suggesting that the American changes will come to the Land of the Kangaroo? But………………………..?

For comment on what is required in OZ Land go to the article on EIP's (Emergency Information Panels) in the Member's Area in this month's news

ASSOCIATIONS ASK PHMSA TO CHANGE LABELLING REQUIREMENTS FOR FUEL TANKERS (USA)

November 24, 2015 USA

The American Trucking Associations, along with National Tank Truck Carriers and the Petroleum Marketers Association of America, have petitioned the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) to change their regulations regarding the labelling of cargo tank trucks transporting petroleum products.

For many years, PHMSA allowed tanks to be labelled with the UN number for any petroleum-based product, so long as the label was for a product with a flash point as low as or lower than the petroleum products actually in transportation. PHMSA allowed this because the emergency response for all the petroleum-based products was the same.

In June 2015, PHMSA issued an interpretation letter that restricted carriers to using labels for the petroleum-based product with the lowest flash point that was actually present on the vehicle. This created challenges for many carriers, especially those that transport diesel and unleaded gasoline.

ATA, NTTC, and PMAA have petitioned PHMSA to return to its previous practice. PHMSA's June 2015 interpretation is based upon the assumption that petroleum-based products that are blended with ethanol have a different emergency response protocol than traditional petroleum-based products.

While this is true, the emergency response protocols for petroleum-ethanol blends are also effective against traditional petroleum-based products alone, according to the three associations. Consequently, emergency responders have adapted to treat all petroleum-based incident emergency responses as if they were petroleum-ethanol blends. Therefore, the emergency response for all the products is the same, restoring the rationale for the exception.

Consequently, ATA, NTTC, and PMAA have petitioned to officially change the rules. The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, which represents roadside enforcement officials, has also submitted a petition asking for the same relief.

Source bulktransporter.com

RUSSIAN WARPLANES DISRUPT ISIS OIL SALES; DESTROY 500 TERRORIST OIL TRUCKS IN SYRIA - VIDEO

Published in Oil Industry News on Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Courtesy of the ISCO Newsletter

Around 500 fuel tanker vehicles transporting illegal oil from Syria to Iraq for processing have been destroyed by Russia's Air Forces, the General Staff said.

"In recent years, Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and other extremist groups have organized the operations of the so-called ‘pipeline on wheels' on the territories they control," Russian General Staff spokesman Colonel General Andrey Kartapolov said.

Hundreds of thousands of tons of fuel have been delivered to Iraq for processing by trucks and the revenue generated from these illegal exports is the one of the terrorists' main sources of funding, he said.

In just the first few days, our aviation has destroyed 500 fuel tanker trucks, which greatly reduced illegal oil export capabilities of the militants and, accordingly, their income from oil smuggling," Kartapolov stressed.

The spokesman also said that the Russian military has begun developing proposals for joint military action with the French Navy against the terrorists in accordance with an order by President Vladimir Putin.

"This joint work will begin after the arrival of aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle to the Syrian shores," Kartapolov explained.

Read more and view a video.

LI-FI 100 TIMES FASTER THAN WI-FI (Estonia)

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Li-Fi
Li-Fi

November 28, 2015 Estonia

A new method of delivering data, which uses the visible spectrum rather than radio waves, has been tested in a working office.

Li-fi can deliver internet access 100 times faster than traditional wi-fi, offering speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second).

It requires a light source, such as a standard LED bulb, an internet connection and a photo detector.

It was tested this week by Estonian start-up Velmenni, in Tallinn.

Read more.

DPS TROOPER INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT WITH TANKER TRUCK IN PASADENA (Texas)

Tanker and Patrol Car

PASADENA, Texas

A DPS trooper surprisingly was not seriously injured after his patrol car ran underneath a tanker truck in Pasadena Friday morning.

The trooper was traveling on Genoa Red Bluff when he ran into a tanker truck that was pulling out from a gas station.

The trooper's Dodge Charger crashed into the truck and ran partially underneath it.  The roof of the Dodge came off.

The trooper sustained minor injuries, and did not need to be transported to the hospital.

FUEL OFFLOADED FROM LEAKING TANK IN DICKSON I-40 WRECK (Tennessee)

November 18, 2015 Tennessee USA

Tanker in middle of highway lanes in Tennessee
Tanker in middle of highway lanes in Tennessee

During a rainy Wednesday morning with high winds throughout Middle Tennessee, a fuel tanker crash on Interstate 40 at mile marker 178 in Dickson County caused traffic headed in both directions to be shut down.

The crash took place about 9:30 a.m. causing the Tennessee Highway Patrol to divert traffic with eastbound traffic diverted to State Route 840 at exit 176 and westbound traffic diverted to Highway 96 at exit 182.

The driver was transported to the hospital but the injuries were believed to be noncritical, according to a TDOT official. No one else was believed involved in the wreck.

The tank, which was carrying about 7,500 gallons of gasoline, was breached, according to Dickson County Emergency Management Agency Director Rob Fisher.

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TANKER ROLLS, SPILLS DIESEL FUEL IN LANDIS, SASK., WEST OF SASKATOON (Canada)

October 30, 2015 Saskatoon, Canada

RCMP say clean-up crews are working on a spill of diesel fuel from a tanker truck that rolled on Highway 14 passing through Landis, Sask., about 130 kilometres west of Saskatoon.

The driver of the semi was taken to hospital with undetermined injuries.

According to RCMP, the rollover involved a type of tanker truck known as a Super-B. The model has two large tanks and is very long.

There was no immediate word on how much product was spilled, but RCMP said Highway 14 traffic would be diverted while clean up took place.

RCMP also advised motorists to use caution driving in the area, as it was raining and temperature were falling.

Source cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/tanker-rolls-spills-diesel-fuel-in-landis-sask-west-of-saskatoon-1.3298085

FUEL TRUCK OVERTURNS ON OSTWALT-AMITY ROAD (North Carolina)

October 20, 2015 Troutman North Carolina USATanker crash in North Carolina

A tanker truck, loaded with 8,500 gallons of fuel, overturned on Ostwalt-Amity Road near Overcash Road early Monday morning.

The driver sustained minor injuries and was transported to Lake Norman Regional Medical Center by Iredell EMS.

Trooper Brandon Jolly of the N.C. Highway Patrol said the driver entered a curve too fast and lost control. The truck ran off the road to the right and overturned. The crash closed Ostwalt-Amity Road from Pilch Road to Amity Hill Road.

Troutman and Wayside fire departments and a hazardous materials team from the Mooresville Fire Department responded to the scene. That portion of Ostwalt-Amity Road is expected to remain closed for several hours as a second tanker was brought to the scene to offload the fuel from the wrecked truck and then the truck will have to be removed from the side of the road.

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2ND TRAIN DERAILS IN WISCONSIN IN 2 DAYS, SPILLS CRUDE OIL (Wisconsin)

November 11, 2015 Watertown, Wisconsin USA

Derailed rail tank cars in Wisconsin
Derailed rail tank cars in Wisconsin

A Canadian Pacific Railway train derailed Sunday, spilling less than 1,000 gallons (3,800 liters) of crude oil and prompting evacuations in Wisconsin, the second day in a row a freight train derailed in the state.

Thirteen cars of an eastbound CP train went off the tracks around 2 p.m. in Watertown, in the south-eastern part of the state, the railroad said. One tank car was punctured and leaked oil.

The company said in a statement late Sunday night that the leaking car had been sealed, the spilled product was contained and had been siphoned off, and no product had reached a waterway. The company was working to confirm the exact amount of spilled crude but said it was no more than 1,000 gallons.

No fires or injuries were reported.

Federal Railroad Administration investigators were at the scene, the agency tweeted.

Residents of about 35 homes were asked to evacuate around 4 p.m., said Donna Haugom, director of the Jefferson County Office of Emergency Management.

CP said in its statement that it had reserved hotel rooms for all affected family.

The incident came a day after a freight train derailed near Alma in western Wisconsin, spilling thousands of gallons of ethanol. BNSF Railway said crews continued Sunday to transfer ethanol from the derailed cars and get the cars back on the tracks.

The BNSF train derailed at 8:45 a.m. Saturday about two miles north of Alma, a town along the Mississippi River. Some of the 25 derailed cars were empty auto racks and tanker cars.

BNSF said railroad crews stopped the leaks from five tanker cars and placed containment booms along the shoreline. One tanker released an estimated 18,000 gallons of ethanol, and the other four released an estimated 5 to 500 gallons (20 and 2,000 liters) each.

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FWS ON GUARD AFTER ALMA ETHANOL SPILL (Wisconsin)

November 11, 2015 Alma Wisconsin USA

Rail cars in the Upper Mississippi River
Rail cars in the Upper Mississippi River

Railroad contractors and state and federal authorities are closely monitoring the Upper Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge around Alma, Wis., for fish kills and low oxygen levels after a Burlington Northern Sante Fe (BNSF) train derailed and spilled more than 18,000 gallons of denatured ethanol into the river Saturday morning.

Luckily, the ethanol-gasoline mix did not ignite. "It would have been a disaster if there was an explosion, or if it happened down the tracks a mile south … right in the downtown area," said Buffalo County Sheriff Michael Schmidtknecht.

There was only one law enforcement officer on duty in the area when 25 rail cars, including 13 ethanol tanker cars, went off the tracks.

When the Buffalo County Sheriff's Office received a 9-1-1 call reporting the accident, deputies did not know what substance was leaking from several ruptured tanker cars, which often carry highly explosive crude oil. As a precaution, they dispatched Alma firefighters door-to-door, asking nearly 150 residents to temporarily evacuate.

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DPS TROOPER INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT WITH TANKER TRUCK IN PASADENA (Texas)

October 26, 2015 Pasadena Texas USA

A DPS trooper surprisingly was not seriously injured after his patrol car ran underneath a tanker truck in Pasadena Friday morning.

DRIVER TAKEN TO HOSPITAL AFTER TANKER ROLLOVER (Canada)

October 30, 2015 Meridian Canada

First responder at scene of tanker rollover
First responder at scene of tanker rollover

The driver of a semi-truck hauling oil was taken to Lloydminster Hospital on Friday night following a rollover which left him with non-life threatening injuries.

The incident was reported around 6:15 p.m., and first responders arrived to find the vehicle flipped on its side, leaking oil, just off the road on Township Road 532, which lies north of Marwayne, and east of Range Road 31.

The driver was taken from the scene via ambulance, and crews were working to have the vehicle righted as the ambulance left the area.

Source meridianbooster.com/2015/10/30/driver-taken-to-hospital-after-tanker-rollover

MARMITE, ANIMAL BLOOD AND 6,000 CHICKENS AMONG STRANGEST SPILLS ON UK MOTORWAYS (UK)

November 12, 2015 UK

Highways England has revealed some of the strangest items ever spilled on its roads just days after 24 tonnes of lard were dumped on the M11, closing it for 24 hours.

From animal blood to argon, toilet roll to toxic waste, wine to washing up liquid - highways teams have faced many mammoth challenges to clear up after motorway incidents.

The unexpected nature of motorway incidents means it can be hard to plan for what may happen on any given day. Over the past few years, there have been numerous spills, ranging from the strange to the dangerous.

Highways England has compiled a list of the strangest spills on England's motorways.

  • Raw human sewage
  • 6,000 chickens
  • Hundreds of tins of baked beans
  • 20 tonnes of Marmite
  • Thousands of lager cans
  • 10 tonnes of salmon
  • Melamine formaldehyde resin and phosphoric acid
  • Animal blood
  • Refrigerated liquid oxygen
  • Powdered cement

Melanie Clarke, director of customer operations at Highways England, explained: "Our roads are among the safest in the world, and safety is our number one priority.

"Our role is to ensure we clear incidents quickly, and keep traffic moving to minimise delays. We work closely with the emergency services, in challenging circumstances, to try to keep drivers moving after an incident.

"We know drivers get frustrated when their journeys are disrupted but we do all we can to clean the road quickly after an incident – and it's often much more complicated than simply moving the vehicles off the road to reopen it. That's why it can often take longer for us to safely reopen roads when a potentially dangerous substance is spilled in an incident.

And more: -

Despite having to deal with some unusual shed loads, everyday items actually pose the biggest challenges for Highways England's clean-up teams.

Diesel, which is often spilled after an HGV incident, creates a chemical reaction with asphalt, which causes the road surface to rot.

Teams have to use highly-specialised hydro blasters to completely clean the road. If any diesel is left over, it could create potholes: so it's important that any cleaning is very thorough. If the road is badly damaged, it may have to be totally re-laid so the surface maintains its integrity.

Milk poses a similar problem: it rots the road, can stick to the surface and becomes very slippery in wet weather. All traces have to be cleaned off the road before it is safe to reopen.

It also poses problems for wildlife: if it gets into nearby watercourses, from drainage at the roadside, it can deprive the water of oxygen – essentially asphyxiating fish and other animals – so the Environment Agency has to get involved to ensure the spilled substance is properly removed and won't pose a threat to people or animals. This can cause further delays to traffic while investigations are underway.

Read more about specific incidents.

AROUND 4,000 GALLONS OF GASOLINE SPILLED IN CRASH (Michigan)

November 1, 2015 Arenac Michigan USA

Tanker prime mover after crash
Tanker prime mover after crash

The driver of a semi suffered injuries to his arm and the gasoline tanker he was hauling lost about 4,000 gallons of fuel in an Oct. 31 collision on US-23 in Whitney Township.

Au Gres-Sims-Whitney Fire Chief Kurt Humerickhouse said the fire department was paged out to the crash around 10:03 a.m. He said the fuel tanker was being hauled northbound on US-23 and the attached collided with a flatbed trailer that was loaded with trusses being delivered to a property north of Turner Road.

The driver who parked the flatbed trailer was not in the semi used to haul it during the incident, Humerickhouse said. The trailer was parked on the side of the road on the northbound shoulder, he said.

Arenac County Emergency Management Coordinator Ed Rohn said the trailer with the lumber was partially in the roadway, which is what is believed to have caused the crash. Rohn said Northern A-1 Environmental Services of Kalkaska was contacted to clean up the spilled fuel. Rohn said the East Tawas Fire Department was also contacted to shut down US-23 east of the scene, with traffic being rerouted down a detour route. US-23 was also shut down at Turner Road.

FUEL TRUCK EN ROUTE TO PUERTO JIMENEZ OVERTURNS, SPILLS 4,500 GALLONS OF GASOLINE AND DIES (Costa Rica)

November 13, 2015 Costa Rica

Clean-up work continued Friday morning after a truck delivering thousands of gallons of fuel overturned on the only road connecting Puerto Jimenez to the Osa Peninsula Wednesday evening, closing the passage for 17 hours and spilling 4,500 gallons of gasoline and diesel into the environment.

The incident took place shortly after 6pm on Wednesday when the driver lost control of the vehicle for unknown reasons. The road remained closed until 3pm on Thursday while thousands of gallons of diesel and gasoline leaked from the truck, making its way through vegetation and down a nearby mountain slope.

Fire officials on Thursday used heavy equipment to dig a pit for fuel from the spill to collect and hopefully avoid contamination of the water table.

The truck is estimated to have spilled about 4,500 gallons of the 9,000 gallons of gasoline and diesel which it was transporting.

Source insidecostarica.com/2015/11/13/fuel-truck-en-route-puerto-jimenez-overturns-spills-4500-gallons-gasoline-diesel/

AIR FORCE FACES SUIT OVER JET FUEL SPILL (NEW MEXICO USA)

A BIG SPILL

November 18, 2015 New Mexico USA

Residents of New Mexico announced their intention to sue the U.S. Air Force over the massive jet fuel spill at Kirtland Air Force Base.

The New Mexico Environmental Law Center announced on Monday that the organization filed a notice of intent to sue the Air Force. Among those in the lawsuit are the Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP) and state senators Cisco McSorley and Mimi Stewart. Four other residents of New Mexico are clients.

The notice of intent is required to give those who will be sued 90 days' notice of the suit.

At issue is the clean-up of a leak of jet fuel that will take years or even decades to clean up. The spill is from leaky underground pipes that went on for decades before being discovered in 1999.

Estimates by the New Mexico Environment Department have pegged the spill at 24 million gallons, (109 million litres) or eight times the recent Gold King Mine spill that received national attention.

Read more.

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