Oil only spill kits are used specifically to pick Oil-based liquids with out absorbing any water based liquids.
|Identify||Ensure you are using the correct spill kit for the spill. If spill is unknown, follow your established policies.|
|Notify||Notify the proper personnel, dept. or agencies as per your contingency plan.|
|Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)||Don appropriate safety gear prior to addressing spill.|
|Contain||Use socks, boom or dikes to damn the spill from spreading.|
|Clean||Use pads, pillows or loose particulates to pick liquids. Place used material in disposal bags.|
|Disposal||Dispose of spill clean-up per your local, state and federal regulations. Contact your local disposal company for clarification.|
|Replace||Replace the used contents or kit as soon as possible. You should have at least one in reserve to ensure you have a kit in the ready, as you replace the used material or kit.|
|Update||Make sure your call list is up to date. You should be able to contact someone in your chain of command or the responsible agency / dept. you are required to call in case of a spill incident.|
|Review||Review your contingency plan. Was it adequate, clear and helpful in the containment and clean up of the spill. Was the kit adequate for the spill?|
Drum With lever lock screw on lid. UN 1H2/Y123/08.
- 50 – Heavy Weight Oil Only Pads
- 12 – 3″x48″ Oil Only Socks
- 6 – 18″x18″ Oil Only Pillows
- 2 – Pair of Green Nitrile Gloves
- 2 – Goggle
- 5 – Disposal Bags and Ties
- Blue UN 55 gallon open head drum with lever lock lid.