ASPA - Local Agency Documents

APSA On-Line Training 

The APSA statute requires that before an inspector does inspections of the APSA program that they be trained and pass a test showing competency. Many Unified Program staff took a three day APSA training in 2009 and a test after completing the training. This training was done under the oversight of CalEPA. There has been no state oversight agency assigned to the APSA program and as such there were no further training planned by CalEPA or any other State agency.

San Diego County developed a web based APSA inspector training that meets the requirements of CalEPA. There is a test that is associated with the training and can be taken on-line. When a person takes the training and passes the test, San Diego County staff will send the participant information to CalEPA and CalEPA will issue a certificate of completion. San Diego County is making this training available to all Unified Program Inspectors. Information on how to access this training is shown below. So if you have staff that needs to be trained as an APSA inspector, please have them go to the link below to sign-up for this training.

Thank you Mike Vizzier, Sande Pence, Susan Hahn, Jennifer Lorenzo, Manon Maschue, Nancy Schlotthauer and of course Steve Lichten for making this happen.

APSA On-Line Training

APSA On-Line Training Handouts

San Diego developed an on-line training that is recognized by CalEPA as meeting the requirements of the Health & Safety Code for requiring Unified Program Agencies' inspectors to have APSA Program training and pass a test to show that they are able to perform APSA Program inspections. San Diego has also developed an on-line training for Tier I Qualified facilities to assist their facilities in complying with the requirements as a Tier I Qualified facility. Below are handouts for these trainings:

APSA Statute

40 CFR 112.1 - .112.8 (effective 10-7-2010) (40 CFR 112.1 - .112.8 (effective 10-7-2010)

40 CFR 112 SPCC Rule Requirements Summary

40 CFR 112 SPCC Rule Requirements - Typically for Non-Qualified and TierI

40 CFR 112 SPCC Rule Requirements Summary - Tier I

Applicability Differences Between Federal and State Law Table

APSA/SPCC Inspector's Breakdown

Tank/Container Summary Requirements - non Tier I

Tank/Container Summary Requirements - Tier I

USEPA SPCC Summary Requirements Brochure-June 2010(USEPA SPCC Summary Requirements Brochure-June 2010

Oil Spill Contingency Plan Requirement Summary

Other Local CUPA APSA Document

If you see a document you would like to use, you may want to check with the agency that produced it to see if there is a more current version available.

If you see a document you would like to use, you may want to check with the agency that produced it to see if there is a more current version available.
Contra Costa County's APSA Inspection Checklist
Revision Date: 4/23/2010 (72.9 KB)
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Napa County APSA Checklist 110/9/09
Revision Date: 11/9/2009 (103.5 KB)
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Orange County Checklist for > 10,000 gallons
Revision Date: 4/27/2010 (21.5 KB)
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Orange County Checklist for Exempt Facilities
Revision Date: 4/27/2010 (18.3 KB)
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Orange County Checklist for Qualified Facilities
Revision Date: 4/27/2010 (17.8 KB)
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San Diego APSA Implementation Plan
Revision Date: 7/20/2009 (4.08 MB)
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San Diego County APSA Checklist
Revision Date: 7/20/2009 (34.3 KB)
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San Joaquin APSA Checklist
Revision Date: 3/17/2010 (73.4 KB)
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Ventura County APSA Violation Dictionary
Revision Date: 7/24/2009 (23.7 KB)
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Yuba County APSA Checklist
Revision Date: 7/20/2009 (90.4 KB)
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