Spill Prevention Control
The course is aimed at ensuring the attendees gain an understanding of basic skills, requirements, practical application, and importance of associated job safety-related to Spill prevention. The delegate will also gain knowledge of risk management and legal duties/responsibilities, such as dealing with a spill, how to use pollution prevention equipment and their personal health and safety.
Who should attend?
Individuals who either by profession or as a part-time activity on site dealing with Spill, new entrant and is suitable for anyone who wishes to learn how to Prevent Spillage. Mainly, this course is for engineers, managers, technicians, and consultants responsible for designing and operating offshore and onshore drilling, production, or work-over facilities.
All employers should consider this course as part of inducte etraining for every new employee who shall be employed to tower crane operation have to attend the course.
What will they learn?
By the end of the Spill prevention course, the delegate will understand the need for Safety in their job and the day to day roles of others involved in their operation. They also gain knowledge of risk assessments, method statements, and best procedures. The knowledge established can be used to provide an improved level of response to emergency spills, reduce corporate exposure to the risk of polluting the environment and subsequent costs, and improve the knowledge and understanding of the physical dangers of spillage.
Course Objectives & Content
Spill PreventionCourse includes:
✓ Introduction and definition
✓ The environment and duty of care
✓ Video presentation
✓ Introduction to current pollution legislation
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