Attendants, the following is a list of things you should know:
Knows the location of the emergency stop button for the pumps.
Learn how to respond to emergencies like spills or fires. You should know:
Knows the location of and how to use the spill kit
Knows how to use a fire extinguisher
Calls 911 (where available) for fires and explosions;
Calls Spills Action at 1-800-268-6060 if there is a leak, spill (> 25L), fire or explosion
Is able to see what is happening at every fuelling position, either by eye or by other approved surveillance method.
Knows how to recognize unsafe practices at the pumps. For example: smoking, filling containers inside the vehicle, engine running, using the fill cap or other device to hold open the nozzle, etc
Makes sure customers do not re-enter the vehicle while fuelling. There is a danger of static fires
Knows that if a catering truck, camper or RV is fuelling at the pumps, all pilot lights must be turned off.
Only approved portable containers may be filled at the pumps. Knows how to recognize them.
Knows how to use the intercom. You may need to communicate with the customer if you observe an unsafe practice.
Knows how to recognize an unsafe condition (e.g. bad hose) and how to block off a dispenser with pylons if there is an unsafe condition.
Knows how to contact the station operator (e.g. cell phone number).
Knows what the STP (submersible turbine pump) running lights mean.
Understands the electronic tank monitoring system. Where is it located? Know how to respond to alarms.
The fire extinguishers should be readily available and you should have a current inspection tag.
Operators, the following is a list of things you should know in addition to the above:
Understands how to do manual reconciliation of product if manual dips are used for leak detection
If you are hiring a contractor or Petroleum Mechanic to repair the fuel equipment, make sure that the person has a valid certificate and is registered as a contractor. You can check by calling TSSA at 1-877-682-TSSA (8772).
You should know what equipment you have underground. Are the storage tanks steel or fiberglass, double or single wall?
If you have steel tanks, you should have copies of previous cathodic protection tests and know when the next test is due.
You should have a copy of the last mechanical or electronic leak detector test (if applicable).
The “NO SMOKING” and “IGNITION OFF” signs should be clearly visible on the pump islands
Make sure your operating license is posted and visible.
Source: MaintainX (Community Member)