Fuel Tanker Inspection Checklist

Utilize the Fuel Tanker Inspection Checklist template for a thorough monthly examination of tanker conditions, safety protocols, and compliance measures.

Fuel Tanker Inspection Checklist



AST

1. Is there no evidence of leakage or spillage around the tanks?


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2. Do the pipe connections show no evidence of leakage or deterioration?


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3. Is there no debris piled up around the tanks preventing easy access?


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4. Is there no evidence of settlement, cracking, or pitting of the tanks?


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5. Do the exterior coatings of the tanks not require maintenance, cleaning, or painting?


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6. Do the normal and emergency tank vents not require cleaning or maintenance?


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7. Is there no evidence of damage or corrosion to the tank support structures?


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8. Is the secondary containment free of liquids?


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9. Is the secondary containment valve closed?


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10. What is the number of floor drains in the storage/tank area? (If present, note location)


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UST

1. Are records available showing weekly cathodic protection tests?


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2. Are records available showing monthly interstitial monitoring?


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3. Are records available showing automatic tank gauging?


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Other

1. Is there a Spill Kit stocked and present?


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2. Are there no changes to the tank capacity?


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Checklist by GoAudits.com – Please note that this checklist is intended as an example. We do not guarantee compliance with the laws applicable to your territory or industry. You should seek professional advice to determine how this checklist should be adapted to your workplace or jurisdiction.

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