Uncontrolled spills can have a devastating effect on the environment, on people and businesses in the vicinity of the spill, and on a company’s future. Well-prepared companies can stop spills before they cause workplace accidents, affect the health of employees and people living nearby, damage the environment and contaminate water.
Investing in spill-control tools can prevent major costs in fines, damages and pollution clean-up. However, prevention is always better than cure. Brady’s Spill Control Guidebook offers ideas on how to prepare for potential spills and what to do in case of a spill.
Beside ideas on how to prepare for potential spills and what to do in case of a spill, Brady’s Spill Control Guidebook also includes a number of solutions that can be deployed to prevent spills from spreading and to remove spills.
The book’s content includes:
- Compliance overview;
- The cost of a spill;
- Spill prevention and responsive plan;
- Ten steps to contain and remove spills;
- Spill control tools (proactive and reactive spill containment).