Oil and Chemical Spill Training

Free!

“Control, Containment and Clean-up of non-hazardous chemical spills”

Objective:

To provide basic training and to instruct personnel to safely and practically respond to minor oil and chemical spills within the workshop, factory, plant or external work area using the correct procedures, equipment and conventions.

Course Content:

The training course provides a basic understanding of:

– Determining if a spill is hazardous or non-hazardous
– What to do if a spill is hazardous
– Importance of an MSDS
– The importance of pre-planning for a spill
– What is an action plan
– Understanding the features and benefits of different types of spill control products
– How to control, contain and clean up a spill
– Correct disposal and reporting
– Legal responsibilities
– Spill response training assessment

Course Benefits:

– On-site training available, specific to individual sites
– Courses can be tailored to a variety of levels
– Option to incorporate spill contingency plan(s) Course outline (SCNZ Basic Spill Response Training)
– Techniques and equipment to control, contain and clean up spills.
– Product knowledge & awareness

Certificate:

A Certificate of Completion will be issued at the end of the course

Duration:

Four hours

Participants per session:

Max 6 people

Locations:

At your premises or at Spill Control New Zealand site.

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“Control, Containment and Clean-up of non-hazardous chemical spills”

Objective:

To provide basic training and to instruct personnel to safely and practically respond to minor oil and chemical spills within the workshop, factory, plant or external work area using the correct procedures, equipment and conventions.

Course Content:

The training course provides a basic understanding of:

– Determining if a spill is hazardous or non-hazardous
– What to do if a spill is hazardous
– Importance of an MSDS
– The importance of pre-planning for a spill
– What is an action plan
– Understanding the features and benefits of different types of spill control products
– How to control, contain and clean up a spill
– Correct disposal and reporting
– Legal responsibilities
– Spill response training assessment

Course Benefits:

– On-site training available, specific to individual sites
– Courses can be tailored to a variety of levels
– Option to incorporate spill contingency plan(s) Course outline (SCNZ Basic Spill Response Training)
– Techniques and equipment to control, contain and clean up spills.
– Product knowledge & awareness

Certificate:

A Certificate of Completion will be issued at the end of the course

Duration:

Four hours

Participants per session:

Max 6 people

Locations:

At your premises or at Spill Control New Zealand site.