||Assessing the material hazards are within your training and service of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
||Identifying the specific materials and analysing the Material Safety Data Sheet.
||Determine an adequate response based on material risk, volume, and scenario challenges.
||Collect apparatus and donning of Personal Protective Equipment for controlling / containing the spill
||Communicate with supervisor / management / ER contractor as directed by internal policy
||Control pedestrian and vehicular traffic access at all sides to affected area.
III. Reduce - Eliminate
Preplanning for a scenario provides the necessary insight to respond with confidence. The proper integration of a spill prevention control and countermeasures (SPCC) plan will make the difference between lost product or adding a loss time injury. When management provides clear expectations responders will operate in a predictable way. Hespro can help! From developing customized protocols and an SPCC to delivering the training, we can do it all.
Spill Response Training Operations
Sectors or spheres of activity are used to coordinate the "team" We invoke the sector concept into the training to quickly develop a "team" response. Our techniques invoke these spheres of activities to coalesce and produce a team response to a spill.
Environmental - Basic Spill Response Training
We Customize the curriculum
to your organizations unique
Overview to Workplace Basic Spill Response Training
We take a simplified approach to organizing a response to a chemical spill. The following stages are used to coordinate a team of initial responders in the workplace setting.
I. Positive Identification and Risk Assessment
II. Direction from within the Team
Hespro has the ability to adapt this program to the needs of the workplace, and, just as important, the level of understanding of the participants. Our interactive approach using humour keeps the training lively and interesting. We also utilize analysis, knowledge consolidation and evaluation in a user-friendly presentation format. Our extensive hands-on experience and expert knowledge permeates the learning group and instills confidence in dealing with spill hazards. Programs have been adapted to meet the needs of individuals in their respective roles. Participants are encouraged to share their own experiences, and the group is briefed on the necessity of maintaining confidentiality.
||Safety and risk reduction
||Environmental legislation and reporting requirments
||Proper selection of Personal Protective Equipment
||Remediation - onsite or offsite
||Emergency Response Team Building Exercises
Potential For Spills:
Workshop -- group identifies specific materials at their location that could spill and could cause an environmental hazard.
* Review & discuss your current spills response procedures.
Health Effects Of Exposure To A Chemical Spill:
* Toxicology - how chemicals affect our body
* Routes of Entry
* Chemistry for non-chemists
Personal Protective Equipment:
* Protective clothing
* Respirator protection
* Various adsorbents available on the market
* Agents for neutralization
Spill Procedures & Clean up
* General spill control procedures
* Dealing with oils and solvents
* Dealing with reactive materials
What you will Learn (Outcomes):
1. Be able to describe the hazards of a spill and how they may cause injury or illness
2. Identify the relevant legislation, standards or guidelines related to the spill.
3. Describe how to identify and assess the hazards of the spill
4. Be able to act and control a spill and understand limits of your skill set.
5. Prepare an Action Plan to identify, assess and control the spill based on an actual workplace situation.
Who Should Attend?
All workers, supervisors, managers, engineers and joint health and safety committee members who are involved with spills procedures.
Training Objectives: Knowledge to be acquired
- Containment and confinement practices for accidental release
- Preventative controls
- Selection and use of personal protective equipment
- Respiratory protection
- Environmental and physical hazards of chemical spills
- Bloodborne Pathogens control program
- Use and selection of spill response materials
- Communicating within the team and outside the team
Training Objectives: Skills to be acquired
- Recognizing and assessing hazards
- Strategies for Removing and Controlling Hazards
- Operations within a team structure
- Donning & Doffing of Personal Protective Equipment
- Packaging and labeling spill cleanup material
Spill Response Training
Basic Spill Response Training; a workplace specific approach to developing a plan to spill scenarios.