S.A.F.E.R. 16 Hour General Spill Response Training Courses
Spill Actions for Emergency Response, S.A.F.E.R, was developed by HAZ-MATTERS to provide a thorough level of understanding of spill response techniques to employees who become engaged in spill remedial activities throughout a variety of situations. S.A.F.E.R. substantially improves employee hazard understanding at the worksite while empowering an operations level of response competency for employees exposed to any chemical hazards that arise from any situation.
The course developed by HAZ-MATTERS has roots in the Canadian CSA Standards Z731 and Z246.2 for Emergency Preparedness, Management and Response, as well as NFPA472 and 1600 Hazardous Materials Technician and Disaster Management. Our course has been thorouqhly enhanced to reflect universal and qlobaily recoqnized 'Best Practice' techniques and principles, and has a foundation in the operations principles outlined by the Incident Command System, ICS 100/200/300.
Our course is unlike all the other qeneral spill response courses out there -we know that most of our students are qettinq into much more precarious and unknown situations than just one type of release, so we don't train for one type of event, but provide the tools to be used for ANY tvpe of event. Whether vou're a seasoned veteran or new to the industry, we focus on Real-Life hazard understandinq that comes from Real-Life hands-on experience. The result is that we provide a 2-dav course with clearlv defined methods and protocols used by responde'rs internationally to ensure that personnel operate in the safest possible manner * in environments that include:
- Hazardous materials events with known and unknown compounds
- Oil and Brine (produced water) spills from pipeline releases on water or land
- Motor vehicle scenes
HAZ-MATTERS prides ourselves on our reputation foe providing clear understanding to complex and technical information for all levels of experience. It is the cornerstone of our serwee, and continues to always be our primary goal. -,