- Chemical Awareness
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- First Aid Training
- General Interest
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- 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: General Interest
I’ve just been reading a number of cooking articles which compare the hazards of liquid nitrogen with hot cooking oil and virtually infer that there is little difference. Having spent the last few months working with some concerned Universities and … Continue reading
What’s the justification for Laboratory Spill Response Training ? Surely chemists know what they are doing in the event of a chemical spill? Well that’s not our experience. They may well know about the chemicals they are handling and indeed … Continue reading
Ever wondered how many bacteria live on your toothbrush? I was reading an interesting article in the Daily Mail the other day about the bacteria that live on your toothbrush . So I thought I would do a little research … Continue reading