TANK INSTALLATION CHECK LIST FOR ONTARIO PRIVATE FUELING OUTLETS AND CONSTRUCTION SITES
- Product identification Gas/Diesel (not 1202) on two sides
- Tank Certification Acceptable ULC Certification
- Vacuum or double wall monitor on tank suitable
- Electrical connection suitable (ESA Inspection Certificate required)
- Vent pipe installed
- Tank gauge installed
- All openings properly plugged
- For Gas tanks Where Class I product fill pipes are located above the stored liquid level, aboveground storage tanks shall be provided with a means of preventing splash filling. (cam lock)
- If pump is remote from tank is anti syphon and shut off valve used.
- Gasoline shall not be dispensed at a rate in excess of 38 L/min.
- Hoses through which product is transferred to the fuel tank of a motor vehicle shall not exceed 4.6 m in length unless a hose-retracting mechanism is used, in which case the maximum hose length shall not exceed 10 m.
- All signage in place. No smoking, Ignition off, control sources of ignition, use of portable containers
- Tank on a firm and stable base.
- Tank location suitable
- Pump & accessories acceptable including appropriate nozzle size.
- The minimum distance between adjacent tanks shall be 1 m in all directions.
- Impact protection installed and at least 1 meter away.
- Fire Extinguishers two 40-BC,
- Spill kit available
- Fill pipes located outside. More than two walls is considered inside.
- Emergency Procedures Posted
- PFO Acknowledgement
PRIVATE FUELING OUTLETS ONTARIO
5.7. Private Fuel Outlets (Including Farms)
6.7. General Training Requirements
Liquid fuels Requirements
Prohibited activities without approval
Activities to comply with Regulation
Activities to comply with Regulation
Ontario regulation 217/01
(2) A supplier, a certificate holder or a contractor who finds that equipment or a work is in an unacceptable condition that constitutes an immediate hazard shall, (a) immediately take action to stop the supply of gasoline or an associated product to the equipment or facility; (b) immediately give the operator of the equipment or facility oral notice of the condition and of the action taken under clause (a); (c) promptly give written notice of the condition to the user, including a direction that the equipment or facility is not to be used until the condition is corrected; and (d) forward a copy of the notice required under clause (c) to the designated administrative authority. O. Reg. 217/01, s. 15 (2).
(3) An operator to whom notice has been given under subsection (2) shall not use the equipment or facility or permit its use until the condition has been corrected and confirmation of the correction has been forwarded by the supplier, certificate holder or contractor to the designated administrative authority. O. Reg. 217/01, s. 15 (3).
Unacceptable condition — no immediate hazard16. (1) A fuel supplier, a certificate holder or a contractor who finds that equipment or a facility is in an unacceptable condition but that it does not constitute an immediate hazard shall promptly give to the operator of the equipment or facility, a written notice, a copy of which shall be sent to the designated administrative authority, that sets out, (a) a description of the condition; and (b) a statement indicating that the supply of gasoline or associated product to the equipment or facility will be shut off if the condition is not corrected within the period of time specified in the notice. O. Reg. 217/01, s. 16 (1).(2) The period of time set out in a notice under clause (1) (b) shall not exceed 90 days. O. Reg. 217/01, s. 16 (2).(3) An operator to whom notice has been given under subsection (1) shall not use the equipment or facility or permit its use after the expiry of the period of time specified in the notice for correcting the condition until the condition has been corrected and confirmation of the correction has been forwarded by the supplier, certificate holder or contractor to the designated administrative authority. O. Reg. 217/01, s. 16 (3).