Safety Facility Equipment Identification Catalog Page 410 Absorbents & Spill Control

410 Absorbents and Spill Control 410 Absorbents and Spill Control Regulations The following OSHA and EPA regulations protect your employees and the environment; 29 CFR 1910.22(a)(2) Clean, dry workplace floors. 40 CFR 112.7(c)(1)(vii) Absorbent materials are one option for preventing oil spills from reaching waterways. 29 CFR 1910.120(j)(1)(vii) DOT-specified containers and suitable quantities of absorbents shall be kept available for response to spills. Still not convinced? Consider these points: OSHA considers silica a serious health hazard. Granular clean-up is difficult and labor intensive small particles can easily enter and damage machinery or your finished product. Clay has limited chemical resistance. With Brady's SPC Absorbents, all of these shortcomings are eliminated! There is a negative financial impact of using clay to clean-up your leaks, drips and spills. It may be cheaper to buy, but the benefits stop there. For example, a facility that uses sorbents to clean up 32 gallons of oil on average each month may expect to spend as follows*: Did You Know? SPC Absorbents vs. Clay * This is a basic analysis using estimations and averages. Individual situations will vary. Contact your BRADY/SPC Regional Absorbent Sales Manager to do a more in-depth and customized analysis of your costs. Using Clay: 8 - 30lb. bags @ $9 each = $72 2 disposal drums @ $350 each = $700 Total spend = $772 Using SPC Sorbents 1 bale of pads @ $76 = $76 1 disposal drum @ $350 = $350 Total spend = $426 A 45% SAVINGS WITH SPC Why SPC Products? For more than 30 years, SPC products have helped customers protect against leaks, drips and spills that create safety hazards in the workplace. Brady provides high-quality service, application expertise and product knowledge to SPC distributors and customers. Brady SPC has a history of innovation and continues to develop industry-leading products and applications. With an ever expanding portfolio, Brady SPC is committed to providing customers with the right product for the right application at the right price point. Why Is Spill Control Important? A proper spill control program can create a safe and productive work environment for your employees in addition to protecting our environment. By complying with EPA and OSHA regulations for spill control, a facility can increase productivity and limit equipment down time. In addition, the cost of non-compliance around this area of regulation can have devastating effects on a business' reputation and financial performance. Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan The EPA issued its final rule amending the SPCC under the authority of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. This regulation became effective as of August 16, 2002. What is an SPCC Plan? An SPCC plan is a facility-specific, comprehensive plan outlining both the containment and countermeasures implemented to prevent a spill from occurring and a series of response procedures in the event that one does. The SPCC plan addresses the following three areas: Operating procedures that prevent spills Control measures installed to prevent a spill from reaching the environment Countermeasures to contain, clean-up and mitigate the effects of a spill that reaches the environment Confused On Which Absorbents To Use? Consider an Absorbent Survey! Brady's Absorbent Survey is a free service designed to help a facility keep its employees and equipment safe while also accounting for OSHA, EPA and SPCC regulations. Surveys are conducted by Brady SPC's regional absorbent sales managers, industry experts who ask the right questions, provide solutions based on your needs and present a full summary of findings. Contact your Brady SPC Representative to set up your own Absorbent Survey! BradyID.com/SPC

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