An oil spill of one gallon is capable of contaminating over one million gallons of water. Under SPCC, oil is not interpreted as merely petroleum. Spill Prevention & Control: Insuring A Safer World shows that the EPA considers “oil” to be loosely interpreted and include such harmful substances as animal-based oils, vegetable oils and biofuels.
It’s worth taking time out with Spill Prevention & Control: Insuring A Safer World to ensure your workers are familiar with the control and countermeasure procedures in the event of a spill in your facility. This course emphasizes the safeguards required by the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Federal guidelines.
Spill Prevention & Control: Insuring A Safer World provides vital information for workers in facilities that use, handle or store “oil” near waterways, including safe work practices, regulation requirements and what to do in an emergency.
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