- Chemical Awareness
- chemical spill training
- Document Management
- First Aid and Incident Management
- First Aid Training
- General Interest
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- Loose Absorbent Product Reviews
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- Spill Kit Reviews
- Spill Training
- Training in Silos is the road to organised chaos
- Isocyanate Spillages – the hazards and response required
- Cryogenic Spills – The hazards and how to respond to them.
- Scene Controller, Incident Commander are all important roles when dealing with hazardous spill incidents.
- Fools rush in where angels fear to tread during laboratory spill incidents
- Spill Training by DVD. Does it work ? | Sapira Training on What makes a good spill training course ?
- Leak and Spills. Are spill kits the answer? | Sapira Training on Leak & Spill Station or Spill Kit, that’s the question ?
- Adsorbent Socks for Oil and Chemical spills. Do they work and are they safe? | Spill Training on Drain Protection Mats. What works what doesn’t.
- What makes a good spill training course ? | Spill Training on PPE in Spill Kits
- Are loose absorbents past their sell by date? | Spill Training on Site Sectoring – The Sapira Process Step 1
Category Archives: Document Management
The recently published, “Dealing with spills guideline” PPG 22 has been some time in the making and has gone through several stages of consultation. Why then am I unsure of the value of the document ? If I was one of … Continue reading
If this is what you find when you audit your spill kits then it’s time to do some training. The question is which course do you go for ? There are certainly a few to chose from out there but … Continue reading
What is it ? The Sapira DAR software is our on line action management tool. What’s it for ? Well we use it for a variety of things. It’s a great on line register of aspects or hazards found which need … Continue reading
Not so long ago I decided that taking my expensive TagHeurs out on site with me was not such a good idea. I’ve now lost or damaged three pairs at an extortionate cost to me and I still can’t … Continue reading