We strive to protect the workforce and keep them safe.
Unfortunately, too many individuals are injured at work, but more tragically many become a fatality. In numerous cases, the disastrous outcome could have been avoidable, if the correct processes and procedures were in place, alongside providing employees the correct and up-to-date training.
Our business is to provide expert advice and guidance to our customers to ensure they remain compliant, to safeguard their workforce. With the correct spill control management in place, regarding the storing and handling of hazardous liquids, accidents can be avoided.
However, it’s not just about having processes in place, but educating your workforce of the hazards and ensuring they have the knowledge and skills to identify potential risks and deal with an emergency spill situation.
We all know accidents happen but storing or mis-handling hazardous liquids can result in unnecessary spills that can lead to catastrophic outcomes.
The better educated your workforce are, in understanding the hazards and how to react and deal with a spill, is critical to the outcome and could be the difference between life and death.
Chemical spills, if not managed correctly, can quickly escalate and lead to disastrous results.
Make sure you don’t put your workforce under unnecessary risks.
Our free of charge on-site spill survey, will illustrate ‘at risks’ areas and provide suitable solutions for your individual needs.
Keep your workforce safe, ensure:
- The correct liquid handling equipment is available
- Store drums and liquid containers correctly, using spill pallets and dispensing units
- Safely store items in bunded stores
- Ensure you have the correct emergency spill kits, located in the right place
- Ensure you have correctly trained spill response staff
Every organisation has a responsibility to keep their workforce safe.
Spillcraft can provide the expertise and support for your complete spill control management, including spill response training, to give you peace of mind and protection for your workforce.
Want to understand how we can assist and support you with your spill management procedures?
Contact us 01606 352 679 or firstname.lastname@example.org
UK National Workplace Day of Remembrance – 12th December 2021. Remembering those who have lost their lives or been injured in the workplace.