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4. Spill Response
Being prepared can help avoid a spill or at least increase efficiencies, minimizing any errors
that may occur in spill clean up.
a) Familiarize with company procedures, compliance and regulatory requirements
b) Stick the correct PPE, storage and absorbent products
c) Conduct risk assessments
The most effective form of spill management is to identify and eliminate risk and hazards which
have potential to cause spills.
a) Know the difference between primary and secondary spill containment
b) What to look out for to prevent dangerous goods hazards
Give your team the confidence to handle a spill by running training drills to practice how to
a) Train on step by step spill response techniques
b) Test PPE to ensure it fits properly and doesn’t create reactions from staff such as allergies or
4. Spill Response
Use the correct methods and material to respond effectively to hazardous spills
a) Ensure responders are properly protected with PPE
b) Contain and clean the spill
c) Decontaminate workers and equipment
Correctly disposing of contaminated absorbents is vital to avoid further environmental damage
a) Be aware of how to correctly store used absorbents
b) Know when you should arrange collection of used absorbents
Report your spill incident as per company procedures
a) Details the nature of the spill, including whether building evacuation is required.
b) If pollution occurred report to the Department of Environment (DOE)
Don’t run the risk of depleted spill kits if another spill occurs
a) Always replenish stock after an incident
b) Audit stock levels and do checking on the expiry dates every 6 months