Brady’s Spill control guide book offers ideas on how to prepare for potential spills and what to do in case of a spill.
Uncontrolled spills can have a devastating effect on the environment, on people and businesses in the vicinity of the spill, and on a company’s future. Well prepared companies can stop spills before they cause workplace accidents, affect the health of employees and people living nearby, damage the environment and contaminate water. Investing in spill control tools can prevent major costs in fines, damages and pollution cleanup.
Beside ideas on how to prepare for potential spills and what to do in case of a spill, Brady’s guide book also includes a number of solutions that can be deployed to prevent spills from spreading and to remove spills.
Spill control tools
Brady offers a number of spill control tools for land-based spills that can be deployed proactively or reactively, to absorb and/or prevent spills from spreading.
- Proactive spill containment: Equipment and machinery that is prone to leak, or stored drums and IBC’s, can proactively be equipped with spill containment tools to prevent pollution and workplace accidents.
- Reactive spill containment: When pro-active spill containment is not enough, or not in place, spill control tools are available to prevent spills from spreading and finally remove them.