Florida Senate - 2021 SENATOR AMENDMENT Bill No. CS for HB 77 Ì822094,Î822094 LEGISLATIVE ACTION Senate . House . . . . . ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Senator Albritton moved the following: 1 Senate Amendment (with title amendment) 2 3 Delete everything after the enacting clause 4 and insert: 5 Section 1. Section 330.401, Florida Statutes, is created to 6 read: 7 330.401 Diesel exhaust fluid safety mitigation and 8 exclusion plan.— 9 (1)(a) Each public airport as defined in s. 330.27 at 10 which: 11 1. Aviation fuels receive onsite treatment with fuel system 12 icing inhibitors; 13 2. Aviation fuel is delivered by a publicly or privately 14 owned fixed-base operator; and 15 3. Any aircraft fuel delivery vehicle or ground service 16 equipment that uses diesel exhaust fluid is operated within 150 17 feet of any aircraft, 18 19 shall require a diesel exhaust fluid safety mitigation and 20 exclusion plan for each fixed-base operator that performs onsite 21 treatment of aviation fuel with a fuel system icing inhibitor. 22 (b) The plan must include, at a minimum: 23 1. A full inventory of all the fixed-base operator’s diesel 24 exhaust fluid on the premises of the airport. 25 2. Designation of specific areas where the fixed-base 26 operator’s diesel exhaust fluid may be stored on the premises of 27 the airport. To the extent practicable, such areas may not be 28 located within or on a vehicle operated for the fueling or 29 servicing of aircraft or at any aviation fuel transfer facility 30 or bulk aviation fuel storage facility. 31 3. Designation of specific areas where diesel exhaust fluid 32 may be added to vehicles. Such areas may not be located in 33 aircraft operating areas. 34 4. Incorporation of best practices for ensuring the proper 35 labeling and storage of diesel exhaust fluid. 36 5. Incorporation of training in the proper use and storage 37 of diesel exhaust fluid for all employees of the fixed-base 38 operator who may come in contact with such fluid in the ordinary 39 course of their duties. 40 6. Designation of specific areas where the fixed-base 41 operator’s fuel system icing inhibitor may be stored on the 42 premises of the airport. 43 7. Incorporation of best practices for ensuring the proper 44 labeling and storage of the fixed-base operator’s fuel system 45 icing inhibitor. 46 8. Incorporation of training in the proper use and storage 47 of fuel system icing inhibitors for all employees of the fixed 48 base operator who may come in contact with fuel system icing 49 inhibitors in the ordinary course of their duties. 50 (2) Each public airport must, by January 1, 2022, make the 51 diesel exhaust fluid safety mitigation and exclusion plan for 52 each fixed-based operator available for review during 53 inspections by the Department of Transportation. 54 (3) The Department of Transportation shall, by November 1, 55 2021, convene a workgroup of public airport representatives to 56 develop uniform industry standards based upon the requirements 57 of paragraph (1)(b) and NATA Operational Best Practice No. 36, 58 DEF Handling and Contamination, to ensure consistency of 59 industry standards. 60 (4) The Department of Transportation may adopt rules to 61 develop a uniform industry standards form for the diesel exhaust 62 fluid safety mitigation and exclusion plan based upon the 63 recommendations provided by the workgroup pursuant to subsection 64 (3). 65 Section 2. This act shall take effect October 1, 2021. 66 67 ================= T I T L E A M E N D M E N T ================ 68 And the title is amended as follows: 69 Delete everything before the enacting clause 70 and insert: 71 A bill to be entitled 72 An act relating to diesel exhaust fluid; creating s. 73 330.401, F.S.; requiring specified public airports to 74 require a diesel exhaust fluid safety mitigation and 75 exclusion plan for certain fixed-base operators; 76 specifying plan requirements; requiring public 77 airports to make such plans available for review 78 during inspections by the Department of Transportation 79 after a specified date; requiring the department to 80 convene a workgroup of public airport representatives 81 by a specified date to develop specified uniform 82 industry standards; authorizing the department to 83 adopt rules; providing an effective date.