Versatile Spill Kits for Industrial or Worksite Accidents
Ovesco’s industrial absorbents can handle all spills
No matter how much preventative preparation you do, accidents happen. That’s why spill kits and absorbents are essential in any workplace that deals with hazardous materials. ovesco’s range of industrial-grade absorbents and spill kits can help you clean up common spills quickly and effectively, so you can keep your site and staff safe.
Whether you need spill kits for oil and fuel or hazardous chemicals and hydrocarbons, we have the right absorbent solution for you. We even stock general-purpose spill kits for minor daily accidents.
Clearly marked and colour-coded, ovesco spill kits ensure you meet all applicable safety and environmental standards. They're also supplied with absorbents, applicators and everything else you need to contain any type of spill. We can even customise your spill kit based on your exact requirements.
For further advice and specifications, or to request a custom spill kit, please contact our team at your earliest convenience.
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What is in a spill kit?
A spill kit typically contains a variety of materials and tools designed to quickly and effectively respond to and clean up hazardous spills. Common components of a spill kit include absorbent materials such as absorbent pads, socks, and booms to soak up liquids, as well as personal protective equipment (PPE) like gloves, goggles, and sometimes coveralls to ensure the safety of those handling the spill. Additionally, kits may contain disposal bags, scoops, and brushes for collecting and disposing of the spilled material, as well as instructions or guidelines for proper spill response.
When is a spill kit required?
A spill kit is required in settings where there is a potential risk of hazardous material spills. This encompasses various workplaces and facilities, including industrial sites, laboratories, healthcare facilities, transportation hubs, and even commercial establishments that handle chemicals or oils.
How to use a spill kit?
Using a spill kit effectively involves a few key steps. First, assess the situation to determine the type and extent of the spill. Put on the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) from the kit, such as gloves and goggles, to ensure your safety. Next, use the absorbent materials to soak up the spilled substance, working from the outer edges of the spill toward the centre. Once the spill is contained and absorbed, carefully collect the used absorbents and place them in the disposal bags provided in the kit.