Refinery Fenceline Monitoring Root Cause Analysis: How To Conduct and Then Develop An Effective Corrective Action Plan - 4C Conference 10547

Refinery Fenceline Monitoring Root Cause Analysis: How To Conduct and Then Develop An Effective Corrective Action Plan


Room 417B

8:00 am - 10:00 am

Training Classes

In order to comply with the Petroleum Refinery NESHAPS Fenceline monitoring provisions (40 CFR 63.658), many refineries have implemented ambient air monitoring networks around their site fencelines. If the annual monitored benzene concentration exceeds the action level specified in the rule, then the rule requires the site conduct a root cause analysis and develop and implement a corrective action plan to bring the benzene concentrations below the action level.

The rule explains WHAT to do, but HOW do you conduct the analysis, develop a plan, and test the plan to make sure it is going to satisfy the requirements of the rule?

In this two-hour training course, we will take you, step-by-step, through a proven systematic and reproducible process of identifying which emission sources are causing unacceptable concentrations and whether the corrective actions proposed will be effective.