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TOPIC: Spill-control

How do you handle spill control?

A "spill" is defined, for practical purposes, as any oil or petroleum products, chemical or waste that is released in any manner constitutes a spill. Spills also include leaks from underground and above ground tanks.

Non-incidental releases (large spills) are considered to be emergency situations while incidental releases (small spills) are those that can be handled safely by employees in the immediate area, without the aid of a coordinated response effort from employees outside the area, would not be considered an emergency incident under 29 CFR 1910.120.

Prevention is the best method of spill control and includes:

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