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Don’t let a spill compromise the security of your staff and the financial security of your business

You only need to switch on the news or open a newspaper to realise just how disastrous a spill can be- as demonstrated in the BP oil spill situation.

Although the potential consequences of a spill in your workplace might not be as devastating as those in the Gulf of Mexico, the risks posed to the health of your staff, workplace and environment can still be significant.

With companies in many sectors working with or around chemicals, oil and fuels, it is of extreme importance that relevant spill control measures are put in place.

Every employer has a responsibility to ensure that the working environment doesn’t compromise the healthy or safety of staff in any way, and whilst it’s important that staff are fully trained and competent in dealing with spills, it’s also of equal importance to ensure that suitable spill control equipment is easily accessible.

Even a small spill can have a very damaging effect on your staff and on your business- and prosecution for breach or health and safety regulations can’t be ruled out.

Don’t put your staff or your business in a compromising position- address spill control today.

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