• Eric HuardWhich Type of Spill Absorbent Should I Use?

    Slips, trips and falls are a leading cause of workplace injuries and lost-time. The majority of these falls are caused by wet surfaces, despite the fact that good business housekeeping practices dictate spills should be cleaned immediately after they occur.

    Any facility where spills are common should have a spill response plan in place – and a crucial element of that plan is what product will be used to clean up spills. Every organisation has different spill control requirements based on the types of liquid they’re using. Somewhere that uses clay pellets or cardboard to clean up spills might not be aware that other absorption products (like mats, socks, booms and loose absorbents) exist.

    So after all that…how do you know which spill control product to choose? Download our handy Chemical-Sorbent Application Guide from Can-Ross to find out – they’ve covered every liquid from A – Z!

    Don’t see your particular liquid listed? No worries – get in touch with us today, and we’ll help you make the call.




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    Eric Huard | Market Segment Manager, Personal Safety
    Levitt-Safety Limited Oakville