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All substance containers must be labeled in accordance with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) or Waste Management Standards and have the SDS readily available – labels may be requested from the tool room attendant located in Bay 1.
Empty drums must have all markers and labels removed and the container marked with the word ______
Place spill kits that are compatible with the hazardous and other substances stored on site.
Do not overfill waste drums. _” of headspace must remain to allow for expansion.
Emergency response equipment are inspected ______ to ensure that the spill kit is complete and marked with a tamper evident tab.
OSHA’s focus is naturally on the health and safety of the employees.
What are the four actions needed to be taken when dealing with Spill Response?
Identify hazardous properties and wear appropriate PPE.
Spill response equipment must be maintained and located in areas where spills are NOT likely to occur.
Secondary containment is intended to capture and contain ______ before they can do harm to the environment