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									                                                         MATERIAL HANDLING
   1.0     ESTABLISHING A MATERIAL HANDLING PROGRAM                                                                                              SCORE

   1.1     Planning For A Successful Material Handling Program
           Strategically plan and set annual goals to improve material handling and pollution prevention, with ultimate goal of zero hazardous
  Green    waste generation.
  Green    Have assigned an individual to oversee the material handling program.
  Green    Have a pollution prevention team in place to reduce the use of hazardous substances.
  Yellow   Have executive level commitment to achieve a successful material handling program.
  Yellow   Have identified objectives, developed and implemented a plan to improve material handling.
  Yellow   Have a process to place to review and approve continued purchasing of hazardous substances.
   Red     Annual goals are established to reduce the amount of materials generated per gallon wine produced.
   Red     In the process of identifying objectives and developing a plan to achieve a comprehensive material handling program.
   Red     Developed a baseline of all the hazardous substances that are purchased, and the reason they are purchased.

   1.2     Compliance With Applicable Regulations.
  Green    Obtained certification from programs of choice such as LIVE, Salmon Safe, NOP.
  Yellow   Begun implementing changes necessary to meet requirements for certified programs of choice.
Compulsory Comply with all federal, state, and local regulations.


   1.3     Monitoring, Documenting, And Establishing Protocols
  Green    Winemaking process flow charts are documented including materials used, generated, and disposed for each operation.
           Chemicals are stored appropriately (in secondary containment, segregated from non-like chemicals (acids and bases not stored
  Yellow   together), in a flammable materials cabinet (if flammable).
  Yellow   All chemicals containers are appropriately labeled with the product name and associated hazards.
  Yellow   Appropriate environmental reports are submitted. May include but not limited to Tier II reports or dangerous waste reports.
  Yellow   There is a documented inventory of all materials on site and a MSDS for each material.
  Yellow   SOPs for material handling and pollution prevention are implemented.
  Yellow   Winemaking process flow charts, including materials used and generated, are being developed.
   Red     In the process of inventorying all materials used and acquiring an MSDS for each.
   Red     SOPs for material handling and pollution prevention are being developed.
   Red     All materials purchased and received are documented and records are kept to trace back one step.
   Red     All hazardous waste generated is documented.
   Red     All hazardous waste is properly stored, inspected, and disposed of.

   2.0     ASSESSING THE STATE OF YOUR MATERIAL HANDLING AND POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM

   2.1     Amounts Of Materials Handled
  Green    Have demonstrated a 25% reduction in the amount of hazardous waste generated from baseline.
  Yellow   Amounts of each material purchased and used for each operation is documented.
  Yellow   Amount of hazardous waste generated for each operation is documented.
  Yellow   Have demonstrated a 15% reduction in the amount of hazardous waste generated from baseline.
   Red     Determining the amount of materials handled per gallons of wine produced.
   Red     Amounts of each material purchased and used is documented.
   Red     Amount of hazardous waste generated is documented.

   2.2     Levels Of Pollution Generated By Each Wine Making Operation
Green    The amount of waste generated per operation has been decreased by 25% from baseline.
Yellow   The amount of waste generated per operatin has been decreased by 10% from baseline.
Yellow   Have a documented flow chart of the winemaking process including pollution levels for each operation.
Yellow   The pollution levels have been calculated for each operation.
 Red     A documented flow chart of the winemaking process including pollution levels for each operation is being developed.
 Red     Each type of pollution is known for each step in the process.

 2.3     Reducing, Substituting, And Eliminating Potentially Hazardous Materials
Green    Have decreased by 25% the amount of hazardous materials purchased.
Yellow   Have decreased by 15% the amount of hazardous materials purchased.
Yellow   Periodically assess all materials purchased to determine if there are more environmentally friendly alternatives.
Yellow   Periodically assess all materials amounts needed and seek to minimize use where possible.
Yellow   Have a documented process for ordering chemicals to ensure that low or non-hazardous material are being used/selected.
Yellow   Have banned the use of halogen containing compounds (Listed as "conventional" table D-1: Preferred Cleaning and Sanitizing
 Red     If halogen compounds are used, there is a plan in place to phase out these products within in 12 months.
 Red     In purchasing materials preference is given to environmentally friendly items. (see Preferred Purchasing chapter)

 2.4     Selecting, Using, Storing, And Disposing Of Janitorial Supplies
Green    There is a documented program for storage and disposal of janitorial supplies, including employee training.
Yellow   All janitorial materials are reviewed for inclusion in JSA's and PPE recommendations implemented.
Yellow   All janitorial materials are included in the master inventory of materials used and there is a MSDS for each.
Yellow   SOP's for handling janitorial materials are implemented.
 Red     Janitorial chemical containers are appropriately labeled with the product name and associated hazards.
 Red     All janitorial materials are stored and disposed of appropriately.
 Red     All janitorial materials are included in the master inventory of materials used.
 Red     In purchasing janitorial supplies, preference is given to environmentally friendly products.

 2.5     Disposal Of Tires, Batteries, Oils, Paints, And Coatings
Green    Have a documented program for storage & disposal of tires, batteries, oils, paints and coating, including employee training.
Yellow   All tires, batteries and oils are recycled through a reputable company in a safe manner.
Yellow   Oil based paints are disposed of appropriately, through a waste vendor or a local hazardous waste collection event.
         Local regulations are followed for the disposal of latex based paints. (Some jurisdictions allow the addition of kitty litter, mixed in
Yellow   with the paint until it solidifies, then it can disposed of in the common trash).
Yellow   Waste disposal is always the last resort for paints. An effort has been made to recycle or reuse unwanted paint products.
Yellow   SOP's for handling tires, batteries, oils, paints, and coatings are implemented.
 Red     Prior to disposal, all tires, batteries, oils, paints, and coatings are stored and labeled appropriately.
 Red     Prior to disposal, oil based paints are stored appropriately in flammable materials cabinets.
 Red     There is a program in place for the disposal of tires, batteries, oils, paints, and coatings.
 Red     Batteries and oils are recycled.

 2.6     Disposal Of Aerosol Cans, Light Ballasts, And Light Bulbs
Green    Have a documented program for storage & disposal of aerosol cans, light ballasts, and light bulbs including employee training.
         Aerosol cans are deemed "empty," or are punctured and waste paint is collected, empty can is recycled. Any residual waste paint
Yellow   is appropriately stored and disposed of, the aerosol can is disposed of.
Yellow   Lights ballasts are recycled through an electronic waste recycling program.
Yellow   Light bulbs are collected and recycled under the universal waste program.
Yellow   Collected light bulbs are protected from being broken or damaged.
Yellow   Light bulb collection containers are labeled appropriately.
Yellow   Light bulb collection containers are disposed of within 1 year unless not economically feasible.
Yellow   Prior to disposal, all materials are stored and labeled appropriately.
Yellow   SOP's for handling aerosol cans, light ballasts, and light bulbs are implemented.
 Red     There is a program in place for the disposal of aerosol cans, light ballasts, and light bulbs.
 Red     Light bulbs, light ballasts, and aerosol cans are recycled.

 2.7     Disposal Of Electronic Waste
Green    There is a documented process for the storage and recycling of electronic waste including employee training.
Yellow   Developing a process to document the storage and recycling of electronic waste and begun employee training.
Yellow   SOP's for handling electronic waste are implemented..
 Red     Electronic waste is recycled, but there isn't a documented process.

 2.8     Selecting, Handling, Storing, And Disposal Of Analytical And Process Chemicals
Green    There is a documented process for the storage and disposal of analytical and process chemicals.
Yellow   Employees are trained on the use and storage of process chemicals and the training is documented.
Yellow   The waste generator status is known, and an EPA ID number has been obtained, if necessary.
Yellow   All analytical and process chemical waste streams have been profiled.
Yellow   All chemicals are properly labeled; if in a secondary container, the chemical name and main hazard is identified.
Yellow   All chemicals are stored in secondary containment.
Yellow   There is the appropriate type and amount of spill supplies and they are immediately available.
Yellow   Dangerous Waste reporting and Tier II reporting is being completed as necessary.
Yellow   There is an eyewash/safety shower near the point where analytical and process chemicals are used.
Yellow   A Job Safety Analysis has been conducted on each process and PPE recommendations have been implemented.
Yellow   SOPs for use of analytical and process chemicals are implemented.
 Red     All process and analytical chemicals received are inventoried and documented and there is an MSDS for each.
 Red     All chemicals are properly stored, segregated, and in the appropriate chemical cabinets.
 Red     All chemicals being disposed of are done so in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
 Red     Employees are trained on the use and storage of process chemicals.
 Red     A Job Safety Analysis has been conducted on most of the processes and PPE recommendations have been implemented.
 Red     The SOPs for the use and storage of process and analytical chemicals are being developed.
 Red     In purchasing analytical and process chemicals, preference is given to environmentally friendly products.

 2.9     Selecting, Handling, Storing, And Disposal Of Landscape Materials And Chemicals
Green    Unwanted or unused landscape materials or chemicals are reused or recycled and documented, rather than disposed of.
         Documented employee training has been conducted on the proper use (including application rates) and required PPE for the
Yellow   landscape materials implemented.
Yellow   Landscape materials are appropriately labeled and stored. Liquids are stored in secondary containment.
Yellow   SOPs for use of landscape materials and chemicals are implemented.
 Red     All landscape materials and chemicals received are inventoried and documented and there is an MSDS for each.
         Employee training has been conducted on the proper use (including application rates) and required PPE for the landscape
 Red     materials implemented. The training has yet to be documented.
 Red     SOPs for the use and storage of landscape materials and chemicals are being developed.
 Red     Unused or unwanted products are properly waste disposed of.
         Products less friendly to the environment are scheduled to be phased out or substituted with an environmentally friendly products
 Red     within 1 year or less.
 Red     In purchasing landscape materials and chemicals, preference is given to environmentally friendly products.

2.10     Storing Fuel
Green    There is leak detection within the spill containment area that ties into an alarm or employee notification system.
Yellow   The spill containment area is at least 110% of the largest container.
Yellow   There is a written procedure on the use/transfer of fuel to minimize fuel leakage.
Yellow   Documented employee training has taken place on the use/transfer of fuel and required PPE implemented.
Yellow   The amount and type of fuel stored onsite is documented.
Yellow   There is a documented contingency plan for spill clean-up and reporting.
Yellow   Documented employee training has taken place on the contingency plan for spill clean-up and reporting.
Yellow   The fuel is stored under cover and protected from coming in contact with storm water.
Yellow   There are "no smoking" signs around where the fuel is stored.
Yellow   Spill response supplies are on hand and adequate to control/contain a fuel spill.
Yellow   There is documented inspection of the fuel storage area.
Yellow   The fuel tank is protected from forklift and vehicular traffic.
 Red     SOP's are implemented and employees are trained on the transfer/use of fuel, a JSA on the process is underway.
 Red     Spill response supplies are on hand and adequate to control/contain a fuel spill, documented training has been completed.
 Red     If there is more than 1320 gallons of fuel on-site a Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan has been completed.
 Red     There is secondary containment around the fuel.
 Red     Employees inspect the fuel storage area, but the inspection are not documented.

2.11     Protecting Storm And Process Wastewater
Green
Yellow   There are detailed drawings of the sites storm water system.
         There are detailed drawings of the sites process water system, including all process that contribute to the wastewater effluent, and
Yellow   the potential contaminants from each process are listed.
Yellow   No process activity takes place where it could be exposed to storm water.
Yellow   There is a marking on the storm drain indicating that is drains to a creek or other waterway.
Yellow   It is known where the storm water drains.
Yellow   Garbage, recycling and pomace waste is collected in non-leaking containers and is protected from precipitation.
Yellow   The Department of Ecology has issued a wastewater discharge permit and the permit is being complied with.
Yellow   If a permit has yet to be issued, the facility has managed wastewater disposal without incident.
Yellow   Records show the wastewater system is designed to handle the volume and type of wastewater being discharged.
Yellow   There is a documented contingency plan in place to deal with spills that may come in contact with the storm water system.
         There is a documented contingency plan in place to deal with non-permitted discharge or spills that may come in contact with the
Yellow   wastewater system.
         If the amount fuel or oil is used or stored onsite and exceeds 1320 gallons, an Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure
Yellow   (SPCC) has been drafted, implemented and documented training has taken place.
 Red     There is knowledge of the storm water system, but it has yet to be documented.
 Red     There is knowledge of the wastewater system, but it has yet to be documented.
 Red     There is a contingency plan in place that addresses spills that may come in contact with the storm water system.
         There is a contingency plan in place, to deal with non-permitted discharge or spills that may come in contact with the wastewater
 Red     system.
         If the amount fuel or oil is used or stored onsite and exceeds 1320 gallons, an Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure
 Red     (SPCC) has been drafted, implemented and documented training has taken place.

2.12     Spill Containment And Clean Up
Green
Yellow   Spill containment supplies are on-site and are readily available for any type of spill at the facility.
Yellow   Employees are trained on the use and disposal of spill supplies.
Yellow   The employee training on spill containment and clean up is documented.
Yellow   There is a written contingency plan in place that addresses every type of spill that could occur, the containment and clean up.
Yellow   The available spill supplies are adequate to clean up a spill the size of the largest container on-site.
Yellow   The spill supplies are appropriately disposed of.
 Red     There are some spill containment supplies on-site.
 Red     Employee are trained on the use of the supplies, but the training has yet to be documented.
 Red     There is a written contingency plan in place, it addresses most of the spills that could occur on-site.

 3.0     EMPLOYEE SAFETY AND TRAINING

Green    Material handling and pollution prevention incentives and bonuses for employees are implemented.
Green    Employees take part in planning and goal setting to improve materials handling.
Yellow   Employees receive annual training on material handling and pollution prevention SOP's.
Yellow   Standard operating procedures specific to material handling and pollution prevention are written and implemented.
Yellow   Job Safety Analyses (JSA's) have been completed for each operation and PPE recommendations have been implemented.
 Red     Developing Job Safety Analyses (JSA's) for each operation.
 Red     Documented employee training in workers right to know, proper handling of materials used, and pollution prevention.

 4.0     ESTABLISHING AN INHERENT SYSTEM OF CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVING MATERIAL HANDLING

Green    A continuous improvement system is imbedded in material handling practices, planning and goal setting.
Green    Sponsor a team of operating personnel to review and suggest material handling and pollution prevention improvements.
Yellow   Commitment to improving material handling is and inherent part of organization from executive throughout all levels.
Yellow   Implementing material handling and pollution prevention practices with inherent continuous improvement system.
Yellow   Perform periodic audits and reviews of material handling and pollution prevention practices.
 Red     Developing a embedded framework to achieve continuous improvement of material handling and pollution prevention.

								
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