In the afternoon, when the supplier unloaded the oil, it suddenly started a heavy rain.
The driver and the escort did not stop unloading the oil. Instead, they ran to the side
to hide the rain, and did not pay attention to the tank situation in time, resulting in
a large overflow of oil. The situation was extremely urgent. Sinopec personnel told
the customer on the phone to use sand to surround the spilled oil to prevent the
spread of oil pollution, and then reported the situation to the company's sales
After the sales department understood the situation, they immediately formulated a
contingency plan, and the sales team manager, the security manager, and the account
manager formed an emergency squad, carrying aluminum, dry mop, oil absorbent pads
and other rescue tools to rush to the scene of the accident.
After arrived at the scene, the emergency team first checked the oil leakage and
tested the oil and gas concentration. After confirmed that the oil and gas concentration
is within the safe range, the team members entered the scene, used the rescue tools
to recover the spilled oil, and washed the ground with washing powder. They also
carefully checked whether the surrounding soil and the river have oil infiltration. An
hour later, the security manager again tested the surrounding oil and gas concentrations.
After confirming that there were no other safety hazards and environmental pollution
risks, the muck company resumed operations.