Spill Prevention, Control & Counter Measure Plan Spill Prevention, Control & Counter Measure Plan
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Spill Prevention, Control & Counter Measure Plan

Course Overview

When oil is spilled, it can put people’s health and the environment in danger, as well as cost millions of dollars to clean up and dispose of. One of the most effective and efficient techniques for minimizing environmental pollution is to have a spill prevention plan in place. This Spill Management Training course demonstrates how to securely store, utilize, and transport hazardous materials to reduce risk. It also discusses how to use a Spill Kit successfully and the most effective methods of spill response in the workplace.

Learning Objectives

1

Learners will be able to explain what the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure rule is and why it was formed

2

Learners will be able to determine spill-prevention strategies, employee training, and control procedures.

3

Learners will Gain a mastery of the layers of reaction planning and spill countermeasures.

4

Learners will be able to develop a truly risk based internal audit plan and explain how to get rid of it.

Course Outline

Day One

Recognize that there is a Spillage Prevention Plan in place.

  • Outline definition of Oil.
  • Identify Spillage Prevention Plan
  • Outline key points of Spillage Prevention Plan

 

Identify legal and regulatory requirements related to chemical handling.

  • Identify all possible legal requirements related to chemical handling in Abu Dhabi UAE
  • Identify all possible regulatory requirements related to chemical handling in Abu Dhabi UAE

 

Identify chemical safety requirements.

  • Identify chemical safety requirements related to chemical handling incidents.
  • Identify Hazcom requirements
  • Understand chemical labels
  • Understand MSDS/SDS
  • Identify requirements of Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)
  • Identify NFPA labels
  • Identify routes of entry how can harmful substances get into our bodies?
  • Identify safety and control requirements
  • Identify COSHH Assessment and control requirements.

 

Demonstrate the procedures for preventing all possible oil spills

  • Identify procedures for preventing all possible oil spills
  • Identify chemical storage requirements
  • Identify chemical handling requirements
  • Use of proper containers for chemical transfer
  • Identify chemical container marking requirements
  • Identify bunding and drip tray requirements
  • Identify requirements of COSHH inspection

 

Demonstrate the procedures for responding to both small and large oil releases/spills.

  • Identify procedures for responding to both small and large oil releases/spills.
  • Identify spill kits
  • Identify contents of spill kit
  • Demonstrate correct use of spill kit to manage chemical spillage.
  • Identify and report potential oil spill pathways.
  • Apply procedures that will protect access points that might allow possible oil spills into waterways.
  • Identify requirements for waste chemical storage
  • Identify requirements for waste chemical disposal
  • Identify documentation requirements
  • Identify investigation requirements to understand cause of spillage and improve procedures to restrict repetition of such incidents.

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for:

If you’re working on an SPCC plan for your facility, this training is for you.

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