Spills Happen

United States, 1987

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A lively and realistic video training program, demonstrates spill response and clean up procedures in comprehensive step by step detail. Beginning at the moment a spill happens, the program takes viewers through the process of identifying, reporting, containing, cleaning up and decontaminating the spill. The program demonstrates three spill scenarios of different severity: an environmental contaminant; a highly toxic acid spill; and a medium flammable spill. A complete training program designed for all employees who work with hazardous chemicals or respond to spills.

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director

Clifton Witt

producer

Robert Velte

Duration

00:22:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1987

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