Waste management company Cleansing Service Group (CSG) is offering its customers on-site staff training in the immediate steps that need to be taken to contain a spill of liquids, powders or solids, especially those that are toxic and have the potential to harm health or the environment.
Examples of typical absorbents
CSG say they will tailor their training to suit the needs of a wide range of sectors, from food manufacture to petrol forecourts.
Hugh Neatherway, divisional manager (spills) for Hampshire-based CSG, said the fast reaction of on-site staff was vital.
“It is very important that a company has the correct equipment in its spill kits and that staff know what method of containment and which equipment or products to use depending on the substance that has been spilt.”
CSG is currently are offering its spills training service just to customers but intend to extend it to non-customers later this year.
To have your industry news published in the pages of FMJ’s news supplement, Month in FM, and here online on fmjdata.com, please send your news and image to Marian Negoita Marian.Negoita@diamond-media.co.uk
The view or information contained within these unedited press releases, are that of the company producing it and not necessary the views of DMG.