Spill Training Workshop

Dangerous Goods Training

Course Introduction

The workshop has been developed in conjunction with a National Spill Response organisation. It is product specific and includes a practical emergency spill drill. Prior to the training, the facilitator will spend time in an organisation, collecting the various MSDSs, which are used and take photos of the hazardous goods storage areas of the various products that are stored. These will be incorporated into the programme to ensure that the workshop is specific and relevant to an organisation.

The workshop has been developed in conjunction with a National Spill Response organisation. It is product specific and includes a practical emergency spill drill. Prior to the training, the facilitator will spend time in an organisation, collecting the various MSDSs, which are used and take photos of the hazardous goods storage areas of the various products that are stored. These will be incorporated into the programme to ensure that the workshop is specific and relevant to an organisation.

Communication and Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 2.

By the end of the course, learners will understand:

  • Initial Action
  • Identification of what is seen
  • Getting Help
  • Hazard Assessment
  • Alert & Evacuate
  • Secure the area and establish boundaries
  • Plan of action
  • Establish decontamination and first aid situations
  • Contain the spill
  • Clean up the spill
  • Investigate and evaluate

Product Examples:

  • Product identification
  • Hazards
  • PPE
  • Practical Spill Drill

The above programme can be customised to suit a specific organisation’s policies and procedures.

This programme is aimed at individuals entering or currently employed in any capacity where they handle or control dangerous goods.

2-3 hours (depending on the level of interaction and the number of questions that arise from the session) Including practical spill drills.

R 4 850.00 per day

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