EMERGENCY SPILL RESPONSE AND CONTAINMENT
Meets the Standards of CSA & WH&S | AIP Certified
Spill containment is where spills of chemicals, oils, sewage etc. are contained within a barrier or drainage system rather than being absorbed into the environment. The National Response Center (NRC) reports over 10,000 annual spills in the US. Spill containment can be utilized for any size or type of spill.
Spill response and containment is legislated in the province of Alberta and is the responsibility of the company when a spill occurs on their property or while in transport with their equipment.
In order to limit the effect on the environment and the impact of mitigation and recovery, employers and employees need to be trained to respond and deal with product releases on their property.
This is a Spill Containment course in Calgary designed to be industry and site specific. Training can be conducted in a half-day session or longer according to your requirements.
Spill Containment Course Objectives
- Emergency response planning, pre-emergency planning
- Personnel roles, lines of authority and communication
- Emergency recognition
- Safe distances
- Site security and control
- Storage management
- Spill control technology
- Spill control options
This course has been designed to meet and exceed Occupational Health and Safety standards.
This is a 4 - 6 hour course (4 hour - $115.00 without practical 6 hour - $150.00 with practical). This course is applicable to any worker who is responsible for dealing with hazardous material spills and the associated impact to the company.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive a 3 year certification in Spill Response.