Specialty Tanks






1.           Barrier cones and tape

2.           Warning signage about the spill

3.           Absorbent material for spills

4.           Containers for holding used absorbent material

5.           Eyewash station

6.           Blanket

7.           First-Aid kit

8.           Fire extinguishers (Type ABC)


Additional information about tools and equipment is discussed in Chapter 13 - Training Class C Operators. The Class B operator should make sure that all of the above requirements are met on a day-by-day, monthly and annual basis as specified in Comm 10, and other codes or standards discussed in this training course.

14.3   Tools and Equipment


The Class B operator should confer with the Class A operator and the UST owner and/or operator to determine what equipment is needed at each UST facility. Once this has been determined the Class B operator must verify that this equipment is located at the UST facility, and that it is readily accessible by the Class C operator, as well as other on-site personnel.


The Class B operator must check that Class C operators, as well as other facility personnel, have received training to understand the safe use and operation of all tools and equipment used for responding to emergencies. In addition to the PPE previously mentioned, tools that may also be required for responding to emergencies include: