Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022
All tank car or tank truck loading or unloading areas employed in the loading
or unloading of hazardous substances shall be equipped with secondary
containment or a diversion system, designed and built pursuant to
(b) All tank car or tank truck loading and
unloading operations shall be conducted in accordance with an SOP prepared and
maintained in accordance with
(c) Prior to the filling of any tank car or
tank truck, the lowermost drain and all outlets of such vehicle shall be
examined to insure they are closed.
(d) Prior to departure of any tank car or
tank truck, the lowermost drain and all outlets of such vehicles shall be
closely examined for leakage, and, if necessary, tightened, adjusted, repaired
or replaced so as to prevent liquid leakage in transit. All manifolds on tank
cars or tank trucks shall be flanged or capped, and valves secured, prior to
leaving loading or unloading areas.
(e) A system to prevent tank car or tank
truck departure before complete disconnect of loading or unloading lines shall
be utilized in loading or unloading areas.
(f) Tank cars in the process of being loaded
or unloaded shall be attended at reasonable intervals during the procedure, and
shall be attended during topping off.
(g) Tank trucks in the process of being
loaded or unloaded shall be attended at all times during the
(h) A tank car or tank
truck is attended when an employee of the facility or of an entity designated
by the facility is within 100 feet of the tank car or tank truck and has an
unobstructed view of the tank car or tank truck.
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).