CheckPoint - Oil and Gas - Energy Audit Protocols Software
From Audit Protocols
The CheckPoint Audit System integrates the renowned Checkpoint energy audit protocols, written by and for the energy community, with an easy to use Internet based compliance system. It enhances the power of audit professionals to do their jobs.
The system also provides a firm regulatory foundation to ensure that regulatory drivers guide the audit process. Auditing represents both a process and a workflow -- a process that is as varied as the activities and facilities being audited. Auditing is not just about protocols; it's about supporting the audit process.
From design of the questions, to conducting the audit, to the documentation of findings, and verification of corrective actions... the CheckPoint Audit System has you covered.
Three tools, One System
The CheckPoiint Audit system provides for complete support of the audit process work together to support the audit process and alert you to changes that might impact your compliance efforts. The CheckPoint® Audit System consists of three segments:
Regulatory Monitoring and Alerts:
The flexibility of the CheckPoint Audit System allows you to use different tools at different times and in different orders while still supporting the compliance process.
- Air Resources
- Hazardous Waste
- Waste Oil Management
- CEMS (Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems)
- CFATS (Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards)
Federal profiles are updated quarterly, while state profiles are updated annually. For more information, please contact your sales specialist.
The Federal Audit Protocols consist of 101 checklists. These specialized federal checklists cover everything from Asbestos to Wastewater, with special emphasis on air emissions. The federal air emission coverage contains 36 specialized checklists, and has recently been expanded to include CEMS protocols.
These refinery-centric checklists have been integrated into the Checkpoint Federal Environmental audit checklists. These checklists allow users to make sure that their pollution-measuring systems are being operated and maintained properly, and that the data is being properly reported.
The CEMS (Continuous Emissions Monitoring System) checklists are specific to Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, TRS, Hydrogen Sulfide, Volatile Organic Compounds, Total Hydrocarbons, Gas Chromatographic, and Particulate Matter.
Continuous emission monitoring regulations spell out what sources require CEMS, what pollutants they must measure, and the emission limit.