Tag: Spill Prevention
The Clean Water Act requires a Spill Plan for organizations that work with large amounts of oil. But how do you tell if the rules apply to you?
Organizations that work with large amounts of oil need an SPCC plan (Spill Prevention, Control, & Countermeasure). Having written over 3,000 SPCC programs, we’re here to give you the low down.
We’ve collected some spill response examples and best practices you can learn from to reduce your risk from stormwater pollution fines.
3 of the main environmental issues for companies involve water, air, & chemicals. Understanding EPA regulations goes a long way to building compliance confidence.
Documentation is critical everywhere, but particularly to stay compliant with environmental regulations. Follow these environmental documentation best practices.
Cleaning chemicals in the workplace can cause spills, slips and falls, and accidental exposure to toxic substances. Time to update your spill response plan.
Do you know how to effectively prevent spills, leaks, and other forms of toxic chemical exposure? Find out by taking KPA’s Chemical Spills and Leaks Pop Quiz.