Environmental Training Courses

Environmental

Chemical Spills Overview

The goal of this course is to provide facilities and maintenance staff with an understanding of the steps to be taken to minimize the potential for injury and damage to employees and the environment resulting from chemical spills at your workplace. The course will review standard operation procedures for a spill, making a Spill Kit, and chemical spill response.

Category: Environmental Authors: Linda Stroud Variants:
  1. Full Course - 22 minutes
    This course is designed for both school and college/university staff.
  2. Full Course (en español) - 22 minutes
    This course is designed for both school and college/university staff.

Expert Authors for Chemical Spills Overview

Linda Stroud

Linda M. Stroud, Ph.D., is the President of Science and Safety Consulting Services. She is one of the nation's leading consultants to school systems regarding chemical hygiene.  Dr. Stroud is a member of the National Registry of Certified Chemists ­ Chemical Hygiene Officer; Manager of Environment Health and Safety; and an OSHA General Industry Outreach Trainer. In addition, Dr. Stroud is an adjunct professor of Science Education at UNC-Pembroke, author of the "Science Laboratory Safety Manual" and author of numerous articles for professional publications.

Linda M. Stroud, Ph.D., is the President of Science and Safety Consulting Services. She is one of the nation's leading consultants to school systems regarding chemical hygiene.  Dr. Stroud is a member of the National Registry of Certified Chemists ­ Chemical Hygiene Officer; Manager of Environment Health and Safety; and an OSHA General Industry Outreach Trainer. In addition, Dr. Stroud is an adjunct professor of Science Education at UNC-Pembroke, author of the "Science Laboratory Safety Manual" and author of numerous articles for professional publications.