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Chemical Spill Response Certification

IN THE EVENT OF A HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL RELEASE, ARE YOUR EMPLOYEES TRAINED TO HANDLE THE RESPONSE SAFELY? THE UNIVERSAL PRIORITIES FOR RESPONSE ARE THE PRESERVATION OF: LIFE, ENVIRONMENT, AND PROPERTY 

TOPICS TO INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

  • CURRENT LEGISLATION – WHAT WE LEGALLY MUST KNOW!
  • INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM – A LOGICAL SYSTEM TO RESPONSE!
  • STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINES – 5 EASY STEPS TO TAKE!
  • INFORMATION RESOURCES – MSDS, 2012 ER GUIDE, CANUTEC, ETC.
  • PREDICTING THE BEHAVIOUR OF A SPILL!
  • HOW TO HANDLE INDUSTRIAL SPILLS – SOLVENTS, ACIDS, BASES
  • INTRODUCTION TO AIR MONITORING – WHY FOLLOWING YOUR NOSE CAN LEAD TO INJURY!
  • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQIPMENT – HOW DO I KNOW WHAT TO WEAR? WHAT RESPIRATOR AND WHAT CLOTHING TYPE?
  • BASIC SPILL CONTAINMENT PROCEDURES – DYKING VS.DIVERTING, HOW DO I USE THE CONTENTS OF MY SPILL KIT? HOW DO I NEUTRALIZE SPILLS
  • DECONTAMINATION – DON’T TAKE IT HOME TO YOUR FAMILY!
  • PRACTICAL SCENARIOS AND TABLETOPS

COURSE MATERIALS INCLUDED:

THE 2012 EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE, PARTICIPANT MANUALS, NFPA 704M REFERENCE CARDS, CERTIFICATES, PARTICIPANT MANUALS.

TRAINING FREQUENCY:

  • ANNUAL RETRAINING ACCORDING TO NFPA 472.
  • THE ONTARIO FIRE CODE SECTION 4.1.6.4 STIPULATES TRAINING EVERY 6 MONTHS FOR EXPERIENCED STAFF AND TRAINING OF NEWLY HIRED STAFF WITHIN 3 MONTHS OF HIRE. 

LEGISLATION COVERING THIS TRAINING:

  • OHSA, REGULATION 851, SECTION 130
  • REGULATION 67/93
  • CSA STANDARD FOR EMERGENCY PREPARDNESS IN INDUSTRY
  • ONTARIO FIRE CODE SECTION 4
  • ISO 14000
  • EPA, AND CEPA
  • E2 REQUIREMENTS.
  • NFPA 471/472

Training Dates:

 

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