Spill Response Training

Argyle Commercial's training provider has partnered with TAFE Hunter Institute, a Registered Training Organisation(RTO) to deliver VET services.

All training offered by Argyle Commercial is presented using ISO14001 as a guide, and training is conducted by experienced CERT IV accredited trainers and has been accepted by establishments including:

  • Icon Water
  • Ausgrid
  • Australian Sports Commission
  • BAM Clough JV
  • And many more...

There are many reasons why companies should invest time and money into spill response plans and training for their staff.

  • More than 71,000 workers were injured and 24 killed between 2009 and 2011 in NSW.  Read complete article here...
  • The EPA states that "Accidental spills are often a common occurrence within an industrial workplace. If spills and leaks are not controlled, they can pose a serious threat to the environment and slip safety hazard for personnel", and "It is advisable that your workplace develops a Spill Cleanup and Spill Response Plan so that staff can be trained about cleanup procedures".  Read complete article...

Argyle Commercial offers such a plan, but goes deeper into the management of spills, providing the participants with Workplace and Field Manuals.   Click here to view our range of courses, or select the appropriate course from the options below.

BASIC SPILL TRAINING

A small 1 hour spill training session at the site of your choice, going over the very basics of spill control, and how to respond to small spills.

INTERMEDIATE SPILL TRAINING

A 4 - 6 hour training session, focusing on what spills are, ways to minimise the risks of spills, what different response products you can use, and a hands on outdoor spill exercise.

EXPERT RESPONDER SPILL TRAINING

A full day of spill training, going over various types of spills, products available, how to best respond, procedures, exercise and response planning, field exercises and a full debrief.

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