1 each, 4' X 4' X 4' tee assembly
8 each, 3' X 3' X 3' X 1 1/2' tee assembly
8 each, 1 1/2' nozzle
2 each, 4' to 3' reducer
8 each, quick shut-off valve with 1 1/2" adapters
8 each, grounding rod
8 each fire extinguisher
Figure 3-6. ROM assembly/disassembly.
PART E - ROM ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY PROCEDURES
Due to the nature of ROM missions, it is very important to remember that you are responsible for the
performance of all safety and environmental measures involved with each operation. Because you will be
dealing with "temporary and mobile" situations, the chances of a mishap could occur more frequently. At a
minimum, be aware of the following considerations when involved with ROM operations:
Enforce grounding and bonding procedures for fuel semitrailers, pumps, filter/separators and each
Make sure fuel handlers wear protective clothing (for example, standard combat uniforms, hearing
protection, goggles, and gloves). With the exception of the standard uniform, other items are normally
provided by the organization.
Locate fire extinguishers at each refueling point and source of fuel (but not so close that they cannot be
reached in the event of a fire).
Ensure that personnel place fuel drip pans at each refueling point and fuel source. When draining drip
pans, observe fire, safety, and environmental precautions.
Ensure the fuel spills procedures and equipment include, as a minimum, sorbents, shovels, and
containers. An SOP should detail equipment and procedures for response in a field environment.
Ensure that the SOP follows federal, state, and local requirements.
PART F - ROM EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION