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Spill Management Training, HST004

This Spill Management Training course shows how to safely store, use and transport dangerous substances in order to minimise the risk of a spill.

It also explains the most effective methods of spill response in the workplace and how to effectively use a Spill Kit.  This course outlines the responsibilities that employers have if their workplace and work activities involve using dangerous substances in quantities above COMAH threshold limits.


  • - Developed by professionals
  • - Accredited by CPD and Approved by RoSPA
  • - Fully online course and assessment with no time limits
  • - Full audio voiceover
  • - Approximate duration: 2 hours
  • - On completion, certificate is posted the next working day


Who Should Take This Course?

This Spill Management Training course is aimed at employees who work in industries where they are required to use, store or transport hazardous substances, such as solvents, pesticides and fuel.

The course is also beneficial for employers in these sectors. It outlines their duties and how to install controls to protect people, animals and the environment from the consequences of a spill.


Course Content

MODULEDESCRIPTION
1Introduction to Spill PreventionWhat is a hazardous material, types of hazards posed by hazardous substances, why is spill prevention important, legal responsibilities, case study: Buncefield, United Kingdom, 2005, case study: Union Carbide India Ltd, Bhopal, India, 1984.
2Hazardous SubstancesClassification, Labelling and Packaging Regulation 2008 (CLP), GHS labels, chemical labels for transporting hazardous goods, storage of dangerous goods, before accepting a shipment of hazardous substances, Safety Data Sheets (SDS), accepting a shipment of hazardous substances, control measures for storing hazardous substances, using hazardous chemicals safely, emergency procedures.
3Planning for a SpillManaging a spill, planning for a spill or leak, why do spills occur, pollution risk assessment, Pollution Incident Response Plan, writing a Pollution Incident Response Plan, pollution control options.
4Managing a SpillRecognising and evaluating a spill or leak, evaluating the risks, quantities and potential impacts, spill kits, vehicle spill kits and training, stopping the spill or leak at the source, containing a spill, protecting all the ways that the pollutant can get into the system, cleaning up the spill, reflecting on the incident, assessing the spill.

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