Clause 39 of the WHS regulations regulation requires any person conducting a business or undertaking must ensure that all staff are trained in how to deal with the risks associated with the work. Spill Station offers Handle Dangerous Goods Training to help you to operate in a lawful and compliant manner.
This course has been designed to provide skills and knowledge for the safe identification, collection, storage, handling, spill control and emergency response of dangerous goods and hazardous substances.
The Accredited Spill Kit Training Course covers theoretical and practical activities designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to be able to recognise and control small emergencies on-site. This session focuses on responding to small workplace chemical spills.
This course has been developed to cover the broad range of emergencies and workplaces as considered in Australian Standards AS3745-2010.
Chapter 7 of the Work Health and Safety Regulation clearly states the obligations of all parties involved in the handling of dangerous goods. In order to meet these legal obligations, all parties must understand the risks posed by substances stored and used on the site.
The Spill Station Chemical Risk Assessment gathers and compiles site data from various sources and provides a concise and comprehensive document to assist you in formulating real and achievable risk control methods.
When the risks on your site have a high adverse outcome rating, it is critical that core personnel have sufficient emergency management training to be able to safety and effectively respond to an unfolding incident.
This Core Emergency Response Team Training course covers the core skills and knowledge required for your workplace emergency management teams.
To ensure that your organisation is meeting obligations under clause 37 and 362 of the WHS regulations and staff are equipped to respond to hazardous spills, Spill Station Australia offers a complete 18 point Spill Kit Maintenance Program for your spill control equipment.
By handing over ownership of spill kit maintenance to Spill Station Australia you can allow your team the the time to focus on the business of doing business.
As part of your obligations under Work, Health and Safety Regulations sites carrying manifest quantities of hazardous substances are required to have a Chemical Location Plan. This information allows emergency services to understand the location of the chemical risks on the site and respond in an appropriate manner.
Spill Station are able to attend your site and document the location of the substances on site and provide you with a clear and concise map to include in your manifest and meet your legal obligations.
Diamond 9 is a fully integrated chemical safety management system from initial site risk analysis and equipment provision through to accredited emergency response training and scheduled spill kit maintenance.