Every year, heavy equipment in the US spills roughly 30 million gallons of hydraulic fluid into the soil. Spills on a soil, sand or road base require very different spill response tactics from spills on concrete.
After months of research and testing, we created this award-winning course to provide spill response procedures for the field that are as practical as they are effective.
In this course, we walk through the specific steps necessary to respond to a hydraulic spill on soil (or any other permeable surface), as well as best practices to take before the spill happens to make spill response significantly faster and more effective.
- Hydraulic spill response on soil and other permeable surfaces
- Stopping the flow of hydraulic spills
- Creating soil containment areas
- Removing contaminated soil
- Securing the spill area
- Assessing soil condition
- Reporting spills on soil
- UV dying hydraulic oil for spill response
Overall course effectiveness score from users who took training:
(4.3 / 5)
Watch the video for a preview of the course! ↓