Category: MOTEMS

MOTEMS Laws & Regulations

Statute Lempert-Keene-Seastrand Oil Spill Prevention and Response Act of 1990 Current Regulations 2019 CCR, Title 24, Part 2 – California Building Code, Chapter 31F – Marine Oil Terminals (effective January 1, 2020) Past Regulations 2016 CCR, Title 24, Part 2 -...

MOTEMS Frequently Asked Questions

No. The Commission is the enforcing agency for the MOTEMS. The Commission is not a permitting agency and does not perform tasks such as permit processing or issuance, construction inspection, etc.New marine oil terminals and berthing systems are required to have...

MOTEMS Post-Event Notification & Inspection

The MOTEMS Section 3102F.4.1 requires marine oil terminal operators to provide a notification to the local area Division field office (Northern California: 510.741.4950; Southern California: 562.499.6312) following a significant, potentially damage-causing event, such...

MOTEMS Executive Summary Tables

The MOTEMS Executive Summary (ES) Tables are structured to concisely communicate a marine oil terminal's fitness-for-purpose status, based on the audit, inspection, and evaluation results. These Tables are required to be maintained up-to-date and submitted to the...

MOTEMS Audit Manual

The MOTEMS audit manual provides a structured template for methodically documenting a marine oil terminal’s characteristics and assessing compliance during MOTEMS audits.