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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: Spill Training
1000L IBC Spill of Isocyanate Over the last few months we have been running a series of training course for companies involved in the manufacture of polyurethane foam. The main reagents being Polyol and MDI or Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate to … Continue reading
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
Scene Controller, Incident Commander are all important roles when dealing with hazardous spill incidents.
“Thank you for the report. I believe that what you have delivered is way over and above what is required. We only require basic training in how to use the spill kits and contain a spill, not incident management. This … Continue reading
Laboratory Spill Response Training is not something to be taken lightly. I received an e mail only yesterday from one of our clients with an interesting update on events post their Sapira laboratory spill incident training course which I would … Continue reading
Background. Legislation drives much of what we do and, if you employ people within the UK, then the Health and Safety at Work Act is one of the principle drivers of compliance and awareness training. A brief tour through the … Continue reading
J S WRIGHT RECOGNISED AS UK LEADER FOR ITS MANAGEMENT PROCESSES J S Wright has been officially recognised as a customer-focused market leader after becoming one of the first companies in Britain to achieve a new management standard. The Birmingham-based … Continue reading
When it comes to spill training there is absolutely no point in playing at it. Far too often organisations are motivated to run a course for all the wrong reasons. ISO14001 compliance is just one of the prime motivators but … Continue reading
I received a “Dear John” e mail this morning from a company who had enquired about the Sapira 2SK Spill Kit Training Course. The e mail explained “that they had decided to go for the cheaper option, a Spill Training … 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
Decontamination of blood spills. More than 30 diseases may be transmitted by needlestick or sharps injuries. The most important pathogens are hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, and HIV. Environmental spills of potentially infectious material such as blood should be decontaminated. … Continue reading