c. The plan predicts direction of flow, rate of flow, and total quantity which could be discharged for
d. It must be certified by a registered professional engineer.
Installation Spill Contingency Plan.
a. The ISCP identifies resources and procedures to be used if a spill occurs.
b. The IOSC is specified in the ISCP. The IOSC coordinates and directs Army control and cleanup
efforts at a spill.
c. Provisions for an IRT are specified, to include composition, response functions, and a training plan.
d. Annual training is required.
Federal laws/agencies and their impact on spill control.
a. A chain-of-command monitors spill containment/cleanup procedures. See figure 9-1 for the chain of