At Hyde Park Environmental we are about creating brighter futures through environmental safety for industry.
Hyde Park Environmental offers basic spill response training courses to ensure that all employees who are required to use spill response kits and equipment are trained to respond correctly to an incident. On site instruction and practical demonstrations are given, showing the correct procedure to respond to a spill. Once again, this is a further step towards establishing compliance and fulfilling your “due diligence” and Occupational Health and Safety requirements.
There are 3 tiers of Spill Response Training which Hyde Park have to offer.
BRONZE TIER TRAINING
Hyde Park offers our customers a quick product explanation of the different absorbent types and their usage within the workplace environment. This will ensure everyone who may come across a spill incident is aware of the correct product to use.
SILVER TIER TRAINING
This training consists of a product discussion along with a real live scenario DVD of a spill incident happening. It also covers all related cautions and/or how they may arise in the event of an incident. This is more detailed, and staff will find the video more relatable to their own work environment.
GOLD TIER TRAINING
Hyde Park Environmental offers a training course for the use of spill kits. In the event of an emergency, staff need to know the correct procedures to ensure proper actions are put in place in the event of spill. Each delegate will be shown the different uses of equipment followed by a short video. Each delegate will receive a certificate of compliance on the completion of a questionnaire. We can train approximately 1-15 Delegates per course, on your site, which allows them to relate the training to their own working environment. The training course will last approximately 1 - 1½ Hours. The spill kits and various materials will be brought along, and a room with a screen and DVD player is required in order to show the video. A short practical demonstration will be shown outside the building, so that it builds up a clearer picture for each staff to clean up any spillages as quickly and effectively as possible.