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Information on safety measures and procedures in the event of a serious accident occurring on the premises of Marian Janiszek i Wspólnicy Spółka Jawna MAR – ROMw Radom at ul.

Tokarska.

Name of the county in which the plant is located  Radomski
Identification of the operator, his place of residence or registered office, telephone/fax number and e-mail address  Marian Janiszek i Wspólnicy Spółka Jawna MAR – ROM26 – 505 Orońsko, Dobrut 18 Btel. 48 / 618 41 91fax. 48 / 618 42 55e-mail: biuro@marrom.pl
Name, registered office, website address of the establishment, its telephone/fax number and e-mail address indicating whether it is a high-risk establishment or a higher-tier establishment or another neighbouring establishment Plant with an increased risk of a serious industrial accident – Marian Janiszek i Wspólnicy Spółka Jawna MAR – ROM Branch in Radom at ul. Tokarska 3 www.marrom.pl
tel. 48 / 332 94 90fax. 48 / 332 09 10e-mail: mariusz@marrom.pl

Instructions for residents in the event of a failure for the MAR gas bottling plant – ROMlocalized in Radom, ul. Tokarska 3.

1.          Characteristics of the plant.

The gas bottling plant owned by Marian Janiszek i Wspólnicy Spółka Jawna MAR –ROM is located in Radom, ul. Tokarska 3.

The bottling plant consists of two mounded tanks with a capacity of V = 197 m3 each and two above-ground tanks with a capacity of V = 50.4 m3 each

(the maximum usable capacity of one tank is approx. 85% of the nominal capacity – the filling status of the tanks is constantly monitored).

Tank with capacity V = 50.4 m3 with fab no. 421 is empty. The mounded two gas tanks are covered with a layer of earth 0.5 m thick.

Above-ground tanks are placed on concrete foundations with a strength of REI 120. The hazardous substance in the plant is liquefied petroleum gas.

The buildings on the premises of the plant are: bottling plant with a temporary cylinder warehouse, administrative and office, workshop, economic, social.

The plant deals with the storage and distribution of liquefied petroleum gas supplied by tankers – road transport is possible and rail transport,

because there is siding on the premises of the plant. Distribution consists in spilling gas into cylinders and refueling road tankers.

The technological process in the base can be divided into the following operational routes: filling and unloading of tank trucks, storage of liquefied petroleum gas,

gas pumping into filling equipment, filling of portable cylinders, storage and dispatch of filled cylinders. Bet due to quantity

gas stored in the bottling plant in the amount of up to 199 Mg was classified as a plant of increased risk of a major accident

industrial (ZZR). The maximum amount of gas in tanks, tank trucks, cylinders and bottling plants is 199 Mg.

2.  Types of hazards that can occur in a plant with an increased risk of a major industrial accident.

The danger resulting from the storage and reloading of liquefied gas is its leakage, followed by a fire caused by the ignition of a leak or the explosion of a gas cloud.

Leakage can be caused by a failure of the installation and the resulting unsealing. The second cause of leakage may be errors in the operation of the base equipment.

Leaks can, therefore, occur through drainage devices, pipe connections and flexible hoses, fittings, breaking of the loading hose,

shaft gaskets of pumps and compressors, catastrophic cracking of a tank truck with liquid gas. Leakage of the gas phase in the area of the liquefied gas bottling plant caused by

e.g. a leak in the connection between the filling heads and the cylinders should be immediately detected by the gas detector, which in turn should cause actions

aimed at eliminating the source of leakage by cutting off the gas supply. Transhipment of tank trucks is carried out under the constant supervision of base employees, who in the case of

the formation of a leak should turn off compressors or pumps and close the valves that cut off the flow of the liquid phase and the gas phase. The gas supply to the leak will then be stopped.

Leakage hazards can also be caused by leakage of liquid phase pumps or gas phase compressors, flange gasket leaks

pipe connections and fittings seals. The gas phase is heavier than air, so it falls towards the ground. In the course of this descent, especially in the case of windy weather,

there is a rapid decrease in the concentration of gas in the air below the explosion limit. In addition, the activation of fixed sprinkler extinguishing devices causes additional

gas precipitation. Nevertheless, there is a risk of dangerous concentrations of gas in the air. A much greater risk can cause leakage of the liquid phase.

The risks caused by gas leakage are the threat of toxic effects on the human body, the ecological threat of harmful effects on soil and organisms

live, fire hazard, explosion mixture hazard of gas and air, "BLEVE" hazard consisting in leakage of liquids with a temperature higher than its

boiling point, at atmospheric pressure (superheated liquid) and its rapid explosive evaporation. They are subjected to toxic danger in the first

there are employees of the base. Ventilation devices, gas sensors and alarms, and personal protective equipment prevent this threat. Ecological hazard caused by

is by emission of pollutants. The LPG base outside the cylinder filling station in a semi-closed and ventilated room does not constitute

a typical industrial plant with sources of pollution in the form of emitters. In addition, there are point emissions when unloading tanks with liquefied petroleum gas,

or loading cylinders or tank trucks. The containment of the entire liquefied gas pressure installation is an essential condition for the proper functioning of the base.

Propane and butane are chemically inert gases and as such do not react with the environment (air, water, earth) under normal conditions. Effect of propane

and butane for the vegetation of plants even in close proximity to the base, due to their low toxicity, can be considered negligible. Solubility in water of propane and butane

is small, hence rainwater and sewage discharged from the base area do not carry a load of standardized pollutants. An ecological threat may arise

with prolonged filtration of gas into the soil through a small leak. The hazards with the greatest effects may be fire and gas explosion.

3.          Methods of notifying and alerting residents, appropriate to each type of threat referred to above.

Means of notifying and alerting residents, appropriate to each type of threat referred to above
Intervention Oral transmission, by telephone, by means of sound equipmentSurface and television transmissionsCommercial communication
Current information InternetMedia
Planned Alarm sirenArly notifying residents early as SMS

4.          Ways of behavior of residents in the event of the occurrence of threats referred to above.

Once you have become aware of the threat, do not approach the danger area. When staying in an open area, pay attention to the direction of the wind and leave

endangered area perpendicular or opposite to its direction. Do not approach the area of the event. Follow the instructions in the messages

radio, television or mobile sound equipment. When staying in a room, home, office, store, turn on the TV or radio

and set it to the frequency of the local station. After reading the broadcast messages and familiarizing yourself with the rules of conduct in this situation, it is absolutely necessary

carry out the instructions given by the local authorities or emergency services. Do not use open sources of fire (stoves, cigarettes, etc.).

If necessary, seal the door and ventilation window openings and prepare for possible evacuation. It should be remembered about the possibility of a threat

or failure in a situation when we hear an explosion, observe rising smoke, observe increased movement of emergency vehicles. Emission of gas into the atmosphere

it can also be visible or perceptible. If you experience any of the symptoms that indicate a failure or hazard, be prepared

for evacuation. In the case of an announced evacuation, you should remain calm and follow the instructions given. During the evacuation, keep

be particularly careful and, as far as possible, be helpful to other participants in the evacuation. Do not obstruct the evacuation of other people.

5.          List of emergency telephones as well as addresses and telephones of voivodship, poviat and municipal authorities and services responsible for undertaking operational and rescue activities.

Emergency telephones:

L.p. unit The address of the Emergency phone Phone
1 Emergency Services 112
2 Fire brigade KMPSP26 – 600 Radomul. Traugutta 57 Ads 998 48 / 368 89 00
3 Fire brigade JRGPSP26 – 600 Radomul. Potkanowska 50 998 48 / 332 28 94
4 Police KMP26 – 600 Radomul. 11th November 37/59 997  48 / 345 26 30
5 Ambulance RSPR26 – 600 Radomul. Adolf Tochterman 1 999 48 / 362 48 47
6 Municipal Guard SM26 – 600 Radomul. Moniuszko 9 Ads  986 48 / 362 04 64
7 Gas Emergency PG26 – 606 Radomul. Gas 11/13  992
8 Energy Emergency PE26 – 604 Radom ul. Average 49  991 48 / 365 70 00
9 Water Supply Emergency 26 – 600 Radomul. Filtrowa 4  994  48  / 383 15 98
10 District Sanitary and Epidemiological Station PSSE26 – 600 Radomul. gen. Leopold Okulicki 9D 48 / 345 15 89
11 Powiatowy Inspektor Nadzoru Budowlanego in Radom PSNB26 – 600 Radomul. Wjazdowa 4 48 / 366 20 04
12 Mazovian Voivodship Office in Warsaw Voivodship Crisis Management Centre MUW w W00 – 950 Warszawapl. Bank 3 / 5  987 22 / 595 13 0122 / 595 13 00 22 / 620 19 40
13 Municipal Office in Radom – Department of Safety, Crisis Management and Security 26 – 600 Radomul. Moniuszko 9 Ads 48 / 262 03 34
14 Municipal Office in Radom 26 – 600 Radom
hive. Jan Kilinskiego 30
48 / 362 04 1948 / 362 04 24
15 Provincial Inspectorate for Environmental Protection in Warsaw Delegation in Radom 26 – 600 radomul. Puławskiego 9 48 / 364 00 4648 / 364 00 47
16 Bottling plant manager 26 – 600 Radomul. Tokarska 3 48 332 94 90

6.          Other issues, important for the safety of residents.

In the area of the Liquefied Gas Bottling Plant, the safety rules in force at the plant should be followed. The management of the establishment or responsible must be informed

services with identified hazards or the assumption of an accident or hazard. Analysis of the probability of occurrence of selected emergency events and simulations

the potential effects of representative emergencies consisting of:

– catastrophic rupture of the storage tank – the worst event in its consequences,

– rupture of the tank drainage pipe over the entire cross-section above the closing valves – events representing leaks caused by leakage of the installation,

– breaking the loading hose over the entire cross-section – an event concerning the mechanically weakest element of the base process installations,

– rupture of the gas cylinder in the cylinder warehouse and further damage to the next 10 cylinders

– an event resulting in a 'domino effect' by breaking subsequent cylinders, releasing a significant amount of gas,

are available for inspection in the Major Accident Prevention Program developed by the plant for the liquefied gas base in Radom at ul. Tokarska 3.

The program for the prevention of Major Industrial Accidents is located on the premises of the plant and in the Municipal Headquarters of the State Fire Service in Radom.