Spill Response Training
Users of hazardous materials need to be aware of the hazards of the materials they are working with and how to respond to a spill. In most cases, users can safely clean up a spill themselves using a spill kit, but some circumstances require additional measures such as evacuation of a lab or specialized equipment and PPE. This module will discuss how to determine if you should clean up a spill yourself, and how to do so using a basic spill kit. Additional training may be required for specific hazards (e.g. hydrofluoric acid, mercury, radioactivity, and biohazards).
- Know how to respond to chemical spills, including
- How to prevent spills
- Roles and responsibilities in a spill
- How to determine if you should clean up a spill yourself
- Contents of a spill kit
- How to safely clean up a minor chemical spill
- What to do if you can’t handle a spill by yourself
- French version
- Réponse aux déversements
- University of Ottawa's employee
- Your request must be approved by a supervisor.
- 2 hours
- Delivery mode
- In class
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