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Chapter 11
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11.29. PennDOT Post-Storm Salt Management Tracking Responsibilities

Example 32: PennDOT Post-Storm Salt Management Tracking Responsibilities

District Management / County Management Teams

  • Analyze last years winter data and revise application charts
  • Update winter training plan
  • Revise tracking sheets to improve application rates
  • Update target application rates by snow lane miles by truck.
  • Update charts to collect actual results
  • Train Equipment Operators on application rates and prepare presentation to all employees

Every Equipment Operator, after every Snow Event

  • Completes tracking forms
  • Turns into Foreman after every shift

Assistant Manager

  • Checks application rate and discuss variance if any with Foreman after every storm
  • Prepares summary for stockpile

County Foreman

  • Check application rate and discuss variance if any with Operators after every storm using prepared summary for stockpile

County Coordinator

  • Collected summary of stockpile
  • Makes County summary
  • Sends copy to District
  • Completes County CSI results after every storm external and internal

PennDOT District

  • Develop scorecards of all counties by stockpile average rate
  • Completes and sends report back to County
  • Distributes reports to stockpiles

 

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Chapter 11
Appendix
11.1 Florida DOT Environmental Policy 11-1
11.2 Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Environmental Policy 11-1
11.3 Maine Dot Environmental Policy 11-2
11.4 North Carolina DOT Environmental Stewardship Policy 11-3
11.5 PennDOT’s Green Plan Policy Statement 11-3
11.6 Washington State Dot Environmental Policy 11-4
11.7 New South Wales Roads and Traffic Authority Environmental Policy 11-4
11.8 Texas Environmental Commitment Checklist 11-5
11.9 Maine DOT Environmental and Safety Auditing Policy and Procedure 11-11
11.10 Maine DOT Corrective Action Request Form 11-14
11.11 Mass Highway Compliance Tracking Methods 11-15
11.12 Mass Highway Compliance Tracking Roles and Responsibilities 11-16
11.13 Mass Highway Self-Audit Procedure 11-17
11.14 Mass Highway Facility Self-Audit Checklist 11-18
11.15 Mass Highway Environmental Roles & Responsibilities 11-20
11.16 Mass Highway Environmental Section EMS Roles and Responsibilities 11-20
11.17 Mass Highway Operations Division EMS Roles and Responsibilities 11-22
11.18 Mass Highway District EMS Roles and Responsibilities 11-23
11.19 Mass Highway Training Expectations By Role 11-24
11.20 Mass Highway Environmental Training Program Roles and Responsibilities 11-25
11.21 PennDOT District 10 SEMP Responsibility Table 11-26
11.22 PennDOT District 10 SEMP Training Table 11-28
11.23 NYSDOT Construction/Environmental Training Schedule 11-29
11.24 Environmental Checklist for MoDOT Facilities 11-30
11.25 PennDOT Stockpile Quality Assurance Responsibilities 11-33
11.26 PennDOT 15-Minute Stockpile Walkaround 11-34
11.27 PennDOT Stockpile Snapshot 11-34
11.28 PennDOT Maintenance Stockpile Activity Protocol 11-35
11.29 PennDOT Post-Storm Salt Management Tracking Responsibilities 11-41
11.30 Risk, Compliance Issues, and Management Examples for Highway-Generated Waste - Oregon DOT 11-42
11.31 NYSDOT-DEC Deer Carcass Composting – Practice Guidelines 11-43
11.32 NYSDOT’s Draft Metric for Assessing Performance of Integrated Vegetation Management on ROW 11-47
11.33 NCDOT Roadside Vegetation Management Guidelines in Marked Areas 11-50
11.34 Invasive Species Coordination and Control DOT Resources
   
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