We've made them, sold them, used them and now we train people in using them. Spill Kit Training is a lively and interesting course, which is designed to fill both the needs of ISO14001 accreditation and legislation compliance. The main objective of this course is to ensure that those designated to respond to an incident and use the site spill kit know what to do. This is a very practical course, designed for the hands on delegate. The course takes delegates through a series of role play modules where they will be set a series of spill scenarios relevant to your site conditions and chemical inventory, asked to effect a response. Then, through discussion and guidance by the trainer, any hazards exposed will be explained and the correct actions agreed.
Who should attend?
Benefits to Your Business
1 Sapira reserve the right to update and modify the course content and/or fee as required. This course outline is indicative. As a part of our continuous improvement programme, the course will be adjusted as deemed appropriate prior to each delivery in response to pre course evaluation and or changes to regulations.
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Typical Course Cost £850
(Min 6 Max 10 Delegates)
Sorry we have to limit the numbers for this course because of the Live Play elements.
Course duration: 4 Hours
A program of distinct elements, including practical role play exercises, based on your site conditions, chemical inventory, Spill Kit resource, PPE and RPE requirement.
Equipment and Room Requirements
Practical Live Play Exercises
Delegates will be provided with worksheets but should bring their own writing materials. During Live Play it is likely that some of the Spill Kit inventory will be used.
4 to 5 hours
Pre Course Questionnaire to be completed by Client minimum of one week prior to the course being completed.
Sapira Live Play Risk Assessment to be completed and signed off by Client prior to course commencing.
2Live Play-exercise activity that is as close as safely practicable to the expected response to a real incident.