- Chemical Awareness
- chemical spill training
- Document Management
- First Aid and Incident Management
- First Aid Training
- General Interest
- Health & Safety Chemicals
- Incident Commander
- Incident Management
- Incident Response Case Histories
- Integrated risk management
- Loose Absorbent Product Reviews
- Mail Room Training
- Sapira Network members
- Scene Controller
- 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
Monthly Archives: December 2010
Integrated management and integrated incident response should be combined when considering how to respond to spills. Read more about the Sapira process and the steps required in developing your on site response process. Continue reading
Following on from our recent blog on the differences in approach to Leak & Spill Centres as opposed to Spill Kits, we review one of New Pigs Spill Caddy’s a good product but with some management requirements…. Continue reading
How do you reduce the cost of your spill consumeables and develop a more appropriate spill response resource across your site. Today’s blog deals with leak and Spill Stations and the difference approach to Spill Kit overload. Continue reading
Secondary Containment and Safety Stores have been around for a long time. In the UK there are a number of really good suppliers. Safety Unlimited and Empteezy are perhaps two of the most established and both produce excellent products. There are … Continue reading
How was this green recovered from a hydraulic oil spill ? What does a new green for a golf course cost ? £20,000 to £50,000, we are told. So what happens when you’ve just finished your green and are readying … Continue reading
Full marks for the container, except the colour. The sign/label is poor and boy some pretty fundamental slips on specification. Great capacity, if our guess work is correct ! Continue reading
PPE in Spill Kits. We ask the question is it right and more importantly should it be supplied and specified from a distance without an appropriate Risk Assessment. Give us your thoughts and comments… Continue reading
We thought it might be interesting to compare two of the most popular sized spill kits from two of the UK’s sorbent suppliers. Darcy, manufacture a number of their products but split and package others. Fentex tend to be more … Continue reading
New PIG (Partners in Grime) as they used to call themselves, are an industry leader. They produce good innovative products and the MRO Spill Kit 213 is no exception. Nicely packaged in its 24 Litre Polyethylene container, which can be … Continue reading