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OSHA has strict regulations for spill control and containment in the workplace. All Safety Products carries the products you need to control and contain a spill area. Follow the links below for all products necessary for carrying out the steps in these Recommendations for Spill Control:
Develop a Contingency Plan – OSHA requires you keep enough spill control products on hand to clean the largest possible spill (storage lockers, safety cabinets, drum management systems, etc.)
Identify the Spill – Chemical and Wastewater Classifiers aid in identifying unknown substances in a spill
Contain the Spill – Use Socks or Spill Berms for spills on solid surfaces, Booms or Sweeps for spills on water and Platforms to contain drum spills
Stop the Spill at its Source – Use spill control chemicals like Plugging Compound to temporarily stop spills
Minimize the Risk – Acid and Base Neutralizers will stabilize the spill
Pick Up the Spill – All Safety Products carries an assortment of Sorbents: Oil-Only, Universal and Chemical
Sorbents are used to absorb spilled a variety of liquids or materials. All Safety Products carries sorbents in a variety of sizes, packaging and absorbencies.
Spill Control Chemicals:
Chemical Sorbents handle acids, bases, coolants and most other hazardous fluids.
Gas Sorbents are used for clean up and recovery of oil and petroleum based liquids.
Maintenance Sorbents, a wide range of products, are ideal for non-aggressive liquids and maintenance applications.
All Safety Products carries a variety of other related Spill Control and Containment products:
All Safety Products Spill Control and Containment resource section provides you with detailed information on workplace safety products, regulations, codes and other important information for your workplace safety.
Request a quote from All Safety Products customer service team or contact us to assist you in selecting the correct safety spill control and containment products to ensure OSHA and ANSI compliance.
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