Compliant Oil Fuel Spill Kit – 240 Litre
Contain and absorb oil, fuel and solvent spills of up to 240 litres with this compliant oil fuel spill kit.
Each spill kit contains spill sorbent and containment equipment as well as PPE and waste disposal bags to ensure that you can effectively respond to hydrocarbon spill.
Tested to BS7959 and meets the requirements of AS1940:2017 and the AusSpill product quality guidelines.
Compliant Oil Fuel Spill Kit – 240L Contents
Absorbent capacity: 240 Litres
|150||Oil Fuel Absorbent Pad – 480 x 430mm|
|3||Oil Fuel Absorbent Boom – 1.2m x 75mm|
|3||Oil Fuel Absorbent Boom – 3m x 75mm|
|2||Oil Fuel Absorbent Sweep – 50L Bag|
|10||Contaminated Waste Bags & Ties|
|2||Oil Resistant Gloves|
|1||Tamper Evident Spill Kit Audit Tag|
|1||Clear PVC Spill Kit Cover|
|1||Laminated Instruction Sheet|
|1||Lime Green Bin With White Lid – 240L|
This compliant oil fuel spill kit adheres to the absorbent capacity description of section 4 of AusSpill product quality guidelines. This section requires that all absorbent components are tested by and independent laboratory selected by the industry association to ensure that the stated capacity is accurate and can be verified.
SECTION 4 SORBENT CAPACITY TESTING
4.1 Scope of Section
This section specifies the test method used in order to accurately determine the sorbent capacity of the spill response kit.
4.2 Determining maximum sorbent capacity
In order to determine the combined maximum sorbent capacity of the sorbent materials assembled in a spill response kit, each sorbent component shall be tested individually by an AusSpill approved laboratory against British Standard test method BS7959-1, “Materials used for the control of liquid spillages, Part 1: Determination of sorbency.”
Original sorbency test results issued by the AusSpill approved laboratory shall be made available to the AusSpill secretary for verification in the event that spill kit sorbency claims are contested by an AusSpill member.
If you are buying a spill kit that does not carry the mark of compliance, you may be buying a spill kit that does not meet your legal obligations under the WHS regulations.