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Chemical Spill Kits

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Spill Kits (Spill Response Materials)

Have spill kits (supplies) readily available in places where hazardous products are used. Planning of a spill system consolidates pour control products and personal protective gear in one location. Tailor each spill kit to fulfill the requirements of each work space. PPE should be chosen in line with the hazardous materials made use of. Shop kits in a location in which individuals can very quickly gain access to items required in the event of a spill. Hazardous materials people should be aware where you can locate the spill kit and exactly how to utilize the spill response products within the kit.

Fundamental Spill System Materials

Obtain a chemical-resistant container to carry the system contents particularly a 5-gallon synthetic bucket or Rubbermaid™ bathtub. It is strongly suggested that an extra 5-gallon container be readily available who has a sealable lid.

Individual Protective Equipment (minimum)

  • 2 sets chemical splash goggles.
  • 2 sets chemical-resistant gloves. Gold Shield®/4H® and thick nitrile or neoprene gloves tend to be advised.
  • 2 pairs synthetic, vinyl or rubber shoe covers.
  • 2 disposable lab coats, aprons, or coveralls.
  • Consumption Materials
    Feature universal absorbents including commercial spill pads, cushions, spill socks, and loose absorbents. Examples of commercial universal absorbents tend to be MagicSorb™, Wyk® Safety Sorbent, 3M™ Chemical Sorbent, Chemsorb®, Pig® Absorbent Pads, or Hazorb®.

    Cleanup Tools and Products

  • Plastic scoop, dirt pan, or shovel. Usage synthetic (polypropylene) whenever non-sparking resources are expected.
  • Vinyl broom or brush for solids (polypropylene).
  • 3-5 dense, durable waste bags. Don't use red biohazard waste bags for non-biohazard spill dirt.
  • Cardboard box to hold waste case containing spill debris.
  • Closing tape.
  • EHS dangerous waste labels.
  • Forceps or tongs for picking right up broken cup or other sharps.
  • Detergent or general cleaner for final cleaning.
  • NOTE: Use throwaway products when possible because polluted cleaning resources are thought dangerous waste.

    Additional Spill Response Things as Required For Your Work Location

  • Additional PPE like face shields, chemical-resistant garments or shoes.
  • Neutralizing agents.
  • General neutralizing agents for acids and basics (see “Absorbents and Neutralizers” chart).
  • Chemical-specific neutralizers such as those for formaldehyde or solvents (see “Absorbents and Neutralizers” chart).
  • Mercury pour response products (see Module II).

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