Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022
Major facilities shall be adequately illuminated so that personnel on the
premises can detect intruders, leaks or discharges.
Major facilities shall have security
sufficient to prevent unauthorized persons from gaining access to hazardous
substances. This security may consist, for example, of:
1. Fencing adequate to prevent unauthorized
entry of all portions or areas within which hazardous substances are stored,
processed, transferred or used, with entrance gates locked and/or guarded when
the facility is unattended, and either locked, guarded or under observation by
personnel at all other times; or
For aboveground storage tanks, all of the following:
i. Valves which will permit escape of a
tank's or other container's contents to the surface securely locked in the
closed position when not in use;
ii. Starter controls on all pumps locked in
the "off" position when the pumps are not in use unless the controls are
located at a site accessible only to authorized personnel, which site is itself
attended or locked; and
open ends of all pipes securely capped or blank-flanged when not in use for an
N.J. Admin. Code §
Amended by R.1996 d.462,
See: 28 N.J.R. 2730(a), 28 N.J.R.
Amended by R.2007 d.93, effective 4/2/2007.
See: 38 N.J.R. 4285(a), 39 N.J.R. 1253(a).
deleted "during hours of darkness" from the end; and in (b)1, deleted "(full
fencing on land)" following "entry".