BSIF Spill Responder
Workplace spills account for significant damage to the natural environment in the UK and worldwide, so much so that it has become one of the UK’s leading reasons for criminal prosecution against company directors.
A small investment in training for staff can lead to significant reductions in environmental harm from oil and fuel spills, to chemicals and fire water run off. Having the correct competencies and procedures in place will not only protect the environment but lead to greater compliance with health & safety, and environmental legislation.
Course delegates will learn:
- The importance of understanding the nature of workplace substances,
- Various types and forms of primary and secondary containment,
- Standard procedures for fueling and substance transfer,
- The principles of emergency containment
- British standard sorbents and the correct spill kits for specific purposes,
- Deployment and disposal of emergency spill kits
Delegates will take part in a
Successful candidates will understand the importance of the entire operational use of the abrasive wheel including: ensuring the safety of the tools and power source, procurement and storage of discs and wheels, PPE, machine, disk and task compatibility, fitting, use and disposal. JB Safesite are currently the only abrasive wheels training organisation in Scotland to achieve BAF accreditation.