Pollution Prevention & Spill Response

About this training module:

Onsite issues such as pollution and spillages do occur and can have an adverse effect on your organisation or business. It is essential to safely control these types of accidents in the workplace to minimise any potential damage.

Who is it for?

This training is an ideal introduction to pollution prevention and spill response teams or environmental management teams, particularly within construction and manufacturing environments.

On successful completion, delegates will be able to:

  • Environmental pollution risks on site.
  • Drivers for pollution prevention (financial, legal & moral).
  • Identifying potential environmental emergency situations.
  • Minimising the risk of environmental damage.
  • How to record, respond to, and learn from an environmental emergency.

Course Duration

  • 3.5 hours

It was very helpful to understand how pollution can occur, and what the impacts would be from a legal perspective, for the health and safety of our staff, as well as the environment. 

The practical spill response simulation allowed us to apply theory and ensures that all Spill Team members feel competent and confident when responding to spills. Would highly recommend!

Sam Nicholson

HSESS Administrator, Nicholsons Sealing Technologies

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