Chemical Spill Response Procedure in the Workplace

Chemical Spill Response Procedure in the Workplace

Just about every workplace has a chemical spill risk; some are just higher than the others.

Job sites like auto repair facilities, oil refineries, and a range of manufacturers have an obvious need for a chemical spill response and cleanup procedure. But consider that even low-risk sites like offices need a chemical spill cleanup plan when, for example, coolant leaks out from air conditioning, or a delivery truck gushes gasoline, or oil in the parking lot.

Most Worksites Probably Need a Chemical Spill Emergency Response Plan

In our opinion, any workplace where a chemical spill is possible, needs an emergency response plan, particularly if a spilled liquid has flammable properties or poses a health risk from inhaling fumes or through skin contact.

Common Batteries Can Produce Chemical Spills

When people assure us that there their worksite is safe from chemical spills, we’re tempted to ask them how old their smartphone batteries are. Sometimes we do.
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Brady SPC Announces SpillFix® Granular Absorbents Partnership

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (March 9, 2017) — Brady (NYSE:BRC), a global leader in industrial and safety printing systems and solutions, today announced the release of its new SpillFix® Granular Absorbents, endorsed by Brady SPC. This new absorbent product is 100% natural, safe, lightweight and easily deployed for effective spill absorption, even for hard to contain liquids such as oils and hydrocarbons. (more…)

SpillFix demonstrated Live on local TV

The author of “Gadget Nation”, Steve Greenberg appeared on local TV news to show us some cool gifts to consider for upcoming events such as Father’s Day or Graduation presents. Items he showed us included Lyric, Fizzics and SpillFix All Purpose Absorbent. (more…)

SPILLFIX TO SPONSOR SERKET RACING FOR THE 2016 SEASON

The company will also make a donation to veterans through the Boot Campaign

WELLINGTON, Fla. And CARY N.C. – March 2, 2016 ­– Serket Racing announced today that SpillFix® Organic Absorbent is its newest sponsor for the 2016 season. Made of 100 percent renewable organic material, SpillFix instantly absorbs hazardous liquid spills on contact including oils, fuels, solvents, paints and chemicals, enabling faster, cleaner, safer and more effective clean up with minimal downtime. SpillFix is a must-have for the day-to-day maintenance of racecars and racetracks. It can help ensure the safety of those in the pit crew by preventing accidents related to any spilled oil or gas. A portion of the proceeds of every SpillFix container sold will be donated to support veterans and active service members through the Boot Campaign. (more…)

Llano will start season where it all began

Sebring International Raceway is a 3.74-mile, 17-turn circuit of pure racing history.

The classic racetrack has conducted sports car events since its inaugural race in 1950. But Sebring is also a place of history for Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama driver Mark Llano. (more…)

SpillFix Partners With Cody Coughlin and KBM for Daytona Truck Series Opener

Cody Coughlin and Kyle Busch Motorsports have teamed up with SpillFix for the season-opening NextEra Energy Resources 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at the Daytona International Speedway.  SpillFix will serve as the co-primary sponsor on the No. 18 Toyota Tundra along with JEGS.com for the Friday night, February 19 race at the big track. (more…)