New Line of Ultra-Tech Berms Provide Even More Options in Flexible Containment

Spill 911 has recently added a brand-new line of flexible containment berms from Ultra-Tech International, a manufacturer of spill containment and industrial supply products.

Signified by their distinct green and black color scheme, these Ultra-Tech berms offer you a flexible containment solution for any sized application. Below are some of the new berms that are now available.

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Spill 911 Adds New Products from Ex-Cell Kaiser and FabEnCo

Spill 911 has added a new line of products from Ex-Cell Kaiser, a manufacturer of recycling, hospitality and facility management products, as well as FabEnCo, a manufacturer of safety gates.

The Ex-Cell Kaiser product line features a wide array of items that will help maintain your facility. Examples of these types of products include ash trays, wall-mounted coat racks, waste and recycling receptacles, mop and broom holders, garment racks and bellmans carts. To view the full line of Ex-Cell Kaiser products, click here.

The FabEnCo product line will also assist you with facility management with the various types of safety gates that are available. Some options include adjustable gates, self-closing gates, mezzanine pallet safety gates and loading dock safety gates. These gates will help to ensure that your employees are working in a safe environment as well as help you to stay in compliance with OSHA regulations. To view the full line of FabEnCo products, click here.

If you have any questions on any of these new products or any of our other items, please give one of our customer service representatives a call at 800-474-5911.

 

Spill 911 is Your Source for GHS Compliance

Spill 911 has recently added a line of products to help ensure you remain GHS compliant.

GHS refers to the Globally Harmonized System of classification and labeling of chemicals that was brought about by OSHA and other regulatory-based organizations around the world. GHS is a more logical and comprehensive approach to defining health, physical and environmental hazards of chemicals, creating classification processes that use available data on chemicals for comparison with the defined hazard criteria and communicating hazard information, as well as protective measures, on labels and Safety Data Sheets.

Below are examples of some of the GHS-compliant products that were recently added to our website.

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How to Use an Ammonia Eater Spill Kit

Spill 911 recently added the Ammonia Eater spill kits, manufactured by Clift Industries, to it’s line of specialty spill kits. This is the perfect kit for any spill involving ammonia, anhydrous ammonia or ammonium hydroxide.

Below is a list of step-by-step instructions on how to use the Ammonia Eater spill kit should you encounter one of these spills.

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OSHA Partners with Health Canada to Unify Hazardous Chemical Classification

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) announced last month that it will continue it’s partnership with Health Canada to align regulatory approaches regarding the labeling and classification requirements for workplace chemicals in the United States and Canada.

The goal of this continued partnership is to implement a system that would have one label and one safety data sheet that is accepted for use in both countries. In 2013, both OSHA and Health Canada signed a memorandum of understanding to promote the ongoing collaborative efforts of implementing a “globally harmonized system of classification and labeling”.

OSHA aligned it’s Hazard Communication Standard with this harmonized system back in March of 2012 to provide a common and understandable approach to classifying chemicals and communicating hazard information on labels and safety data sheets. Canada published a similar regulation in February of this year.

OSHA’s Hazard Communication webpage, which you can access by clicking here, includes links to the revised Hazard Communication Standard as well as guidance materials, such as frequently asked questions and fact sheets. You can read the full version of this OSHA news release by clicking here.