Part 300 - NATIONAL OIL AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES POLLUTION CONTINGENCY PLAN  


Subpart A—Introduction
§ 300.1 Purpose and objectives.
§ 300.2 Authority and applicability.
§ 300.3 Scope.
§ 300.4 Abbreviations.
§ 300.5 Definitions.
§ 300.6 Use of number and gender.
§ 300.7 Computation of time.
Subpart B—Responsibility and Organization for Response
§ 300.100 Duties of President delegated to federal agencies.
§ 300.105 General organization concepts.
§ 300.110 National Response Team.
§ 300.115 Regional Response Teams.
§ 300.120 On-scene coordinators and remedial project managers: general responsibilities.
§ 300.125 Notification and communications.
§ 300.130 Determinations to initiate response and special conditions.
§ 300.135 Response operations.
§ 300.140 Multi-regional responses.
§ 300.145 Special teams and other assistance available to OSCs/RPMs.
§ 300.150 Worker health and safety.
§ 300.155 Public information and community relations.
§ 300.160 Documentation and cost recovery.
§ 300.165 OSC reports.
§ 300.170 Federal agency participation.
§ 300.175 Federal agencies: additional responsibilities and assistance.
§ 300.180 State and local participation in response.
§ 300.185 Nongovernmental participation.
Subpart C—Planning and Preparedness
§ 300.200 General.
§ 300.205 Planning and coordination structure.
§ 300.210 Federal contingency plans.
§ 300.211 OPA facility and vessel response plans.
§ 300.212 Area response drills.
§ 300.215 Title III local emergency response plans.
§ 300.220 Related Title III issues.
Subpart D—Operational Response Phases for Oil Removal
§ 300.300 Phase I—Discovery or notification.
§ 300.305 Phase II—Preliminary assessment and initiation of action.
§ 300.310 Phase III—Containment, countermeasures, cleanup, and disposal.
§ 300.315 Phase IV—Documentation and cost recovery.
§ 300.317 National response priorities.
§ 300.320 General pattern of response.
§ 300.322 Response to substantial threats to public health or welfare of the United States.
§ 300.323 Spills of national significance.
§ 300.324 Response to worst case discharges.
§ 300.335 Funding.
Subpart E—Hazardous Substance Response
§ 372.85 Toxic chemical release reporting form and instructions.
§ 372.95 Alternate threshold certification and instructions.
§ 300.400 General.
§ 300.405 Discovery or notification.
§ 300.410 Removal site evaluation.
§ 300.415 Removal action.
§ 300.420 Remedial site evaluation.
§ 300.425 Establishing remedial priorities.
§ 300.430 Remedial investigation/feasibility study and selection of remedy.
§ 300.435 Remedial design/remedial action, operation and maintenance.
§ 300.440 Procedures for planning and implementing off-site response actions.
Subpart F—State Involvement in Hazardous Substance Response
§ 300.500 General.
§ 300.505 EPA/State Superfund Memorandum of Agreement (SMOA).
§ 300.510 State assurances.
§ 300.515 Requirements for state involvement in remedial and enforcement response.
§ 300.520 State involvement in EPA-lead enforcement negotiations.
§ 300.525 State involvement in removal actions.
Subpart G—Trustees for Natural Resources
§ 300.600 Designation of federal trustees.
§ 300.605 State trustees.
§ 300.610 Indian tribes.
§ 300.612 Foreign trustees.
§ 300.615 Responsibilities of trustees.
Subpart H—Participation by Other Persons
§ 300.700 Activities by other persons.
Subpart I—Administrative Record for Selection of Response Action
§ 300.800 Establishment of an administrative record.
§ 300.805 Location of the administrative record file.
§ 300.810 Contents of the administrative record file.
§ 300.815 Administrative record file for a remedial action.
§ 300.820 Administrative record file for a removal action.
§ 300.825 Record requirements after the decision document is signed.
Subpart J—Use of Dispersants and Other Chemicals
§ 300.900 General.
§ 300.905 NCP Product Schedule.
§ 300.910 Authorization of use.
§ 300.915 Data requirements.
§ 300.920 Addition of products to Schedule.
Subpart K—Federal Facilities [Reserved]
Subpart L—National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan; Involuntary Acquisition of Property by the Government
§ 300.1105 Involuntary acquisition of property by the government.
Appendix A to Part 300—The Hazard Ranking System
Appendix B to Part 300—National Priorities List
Appendix C to Part 300—Swirling Flask Dispersant Effectiveness Test, Revised Standard Dispersant Toxicity Test, and Bioremediation Agent Effectiveness Test
Appendix D to Part 300—Appropriate Actions and Methods of Remedying Releases
Appendix E to Part 300—Oil Spill Response

Authority

33 U.S.C. 1321(c)(2); 42 U.S.C. 9601–9657; E.O. 12777, 56 FR 54757, 3 CFR, 1991 Comp., p.351; E.O. 12580, 52 FR 2923, 3 CFR, 1987 Comp., p.193.