How to clean up a Chemical Spill video

Dan Wiggins

by Dan Wiggins

23rd March 2017

So you are keen to know how to clean up a chemical spill?

Picture the scene, It is a glorious day everyone is working away deadlines are on target and production is flowing with morale high, then unexpectedly there is an accident nothing too serious but has the potential to escalate. A container of chemicals has unfortunately been knocked over, the liquid is pouring across the warehouse floor with every passing second it is covering more surface area and the larger the spill gets the more hazardous it becomes.

Here at ReAgent Chemicals we take an up most importance when it comes to the protection of our staff, and with a situation as stated above knowing your employees are skilled on how to clean up a chemical spill is very reassuring.

Health & Safety

We mentioned last year in a previous post “ReAgent Begins Production on Health & Safety Training Videos” that we would be filming a series of videos involving some of our health and Safety procedures. And we have found a window in our marketing schedule to put more focus on these pieces and we can happily say the first of which is now ready.

Our first piece is concentrating on how to clean up a chemical spill which is justifiably a key skill needed within not only our industry but also for our customers.

The video is not overly complex and will ensure you are aware of the products available to you and your work space that can help reduce the risks in case of a spill.

Our Systems Manager, Graham Bayliss introduces you to the best methods of how to clean up a chemical spill which outlines the equipment that will be used by our trained members of staff during a chemical or non-chemical spill situation.

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