Spill Response Training
The effective, timely transportation of production materials is vital to any manufacturing organization. This course thoroughly outlines the proper protocol for loading, transporting, and unloading potentially-hazardous materials during shipping processes, and discusses the importance of accurate labeling, documentation, and placarding in keeping carriers protected.
When working with liquid production materials or fuel sources, spills are an ever-present hazard. The impact of spilled liquids on employees, equipment, and a facility’s surrounding environment can be disastrous — as such, preventing spillage is necessary for the straightforward operation of manufacturing organizations.
During this course, participants will analyze a variety of strategies that can be employed to secure hazardous liquids, respond to spills in a timely, effective manner, and restore affected materials. Course materials also discuss the necessary worker safety and environmental protection organizations that must be alerted in the case of certain spills, making this session indispensable for leaders and managerial bodies.
- Spill anticipation, prevention, and reduction methods.
- Liquid hazard assessment.
- Spill-based environmental impact.
- Recovery processes — decontamination, disinfection, and disposal.
- Reporting spills to the necessary Health and Safety organizations.
- Participant comprehension of course material.
DURATION: One (1) Four-Hour Session
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: Participant Facilities or In-Person Classroom
SCHEDULE: Please contact Amy Edwards, EMC's Training Manager, at 1-866-323-4362 for upcoming course dates and times.
Training is available in English.
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