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Environmental Management (S-7)

"MORE THAN OUR CODE . . . IT'S OUR CORPS"

The Environmental Management System of MCAS Miramar
MCAS Miramar Environmental Management System (EMS)
Unauthorized Release

PROGRAM MANAGER

Phone: (858) 577-1623
FAX: (858) 577 - 4200

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

When an unauthorized release of a petroleum product or hazardous substance occurs, it must be determined if the release is recordable or reportable. If recordable, the release information is recorded in the spill log and kept on-site.  If the release is reportable, the release information is reported to the appropriate agencies.  If the release has occurred to the environment (soil and/or water), then the local oversight agency, usually the San Diego Department of Environmental Health, will assign a release number to the incident and will direct corrective action to be taken.  The Unauthorized Release Record illustrates the history of unauthorized releases here at MCAS Miramar and the status of each.

PROGRAMS, PLANS, RESOURCES AND RESPONSIBILITES
TRAINING AND COMMUNICATION
PRACTICE-ASPECT-IMPACT-RISK
OBJECTIVES-TARGETS-ACTIONS TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE
As part of our commitment, all projects, planning and POA&Ms are tracked, followed and resolved using the Marine Corps' WEBCASS at https://www.usmcenviron.com/webcass/WelcomePage.aspx.
AUDIT AND EVALUATION OF COMPLIANCE