Before September 15, 2020, you must develop a written SSM plan in accordance with § 63.6(e)(3). You must complete the SSM plan before the compliance date for your source. You must also keep the SSM plan on-site and readily available as long as the source
is operational. The SSM plan provides detailed procedures for operating and maintaining your source
to minimize emissions during a qualifying SSM event for which the source chooses the
§ 63.2850(e)(2) malfunction period, or the § 63.2850(c)(2) or (d)(2) initial startup period. The SSM plan must specify a program of corrective action for malfunctioning process
and air pollution control equipment and reflect the best practices now in use by the
industry to minimize emissions. Some or all of the procedures may come from plans you developed for other purposes
such as a Standard Operating Procedure manual or an Occupational Safety and Health
Administration Process Safety Management plan. To qualify as a SSM plan, other such plans must meet all the applicable requirements
of these NESHAP. The provisions of this section do not apply on and after September 15, 2020.
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