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Chemical Emergency Management Module

Chemical Emergency Management Module

Product SKU: 70040
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  • Provides a framework to undertake the best possible actions to protect the health and safety of all persons during a chemical emergency situation
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  • MS Word format for easy customisation/editing
  • Downloading and Customising Instructions provided
  • Assists with compliance requirements for WHS inspections
  • Compliant for businesses operating in QLD, NSW, TAS, NT, ACT and SA

A chemical emergency is any incident, which involves the accidental and/or uncontrolled release of a hazardous chemical or mixture of chemicals into the workplace or the natural environment. Hazardous chemicals or materials accidently released may be in the form of liquids, solids, dusts, gases or vapours. 

The Chemical Emergency Management Module is a comprehensive 12-page document, guided by policies to assist organisations in determining likely emergency situations and develop and implement an Emergency Management Policy (EMP) for action in the event of an incident or situation that could pose a threat to life, health or property.

This policy includes:

  • Amendment Record
  • Document Register
  • References
  • Review Procedures
  • Document Control
  • Records
  • Management Commitment & Approval
  • Emergency Management Policy
  • Chemical Emergency Management
  • Chemical Emergency Response Equipment
  • Chemical Spill Emergency Response
  • Chemical Emergency Response – Minor Fuel / Oil Spill
  • Chemical Emergency Response Poster
  • Glossary
  • Worker Agreement

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A chemical emergency is any incident, which involves the accidental and/or uncontrolled release of a hazardous chemical or mixture of chemicals into the workplace or the natural environment. Hazardous chemicals or materials accidently released may be in the form of liquids, solids, dusts, gases or vapours.

Some chemical substances found in workplaces may include, but are not restricted to:

  • Oils and fuels
  • Toxic metals
  • Asbestos
  • Cleaning chemicals (detergents, surfactants etc.)
  • Agricultural Chemicals (pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, fertilisers etc.)
  • Sediment (earthworks)
  • Organic wastes (domestic sewage, plant and animal products)
  • Radioactive chemicals 

Many of the basic steps involved in cleaning up emergency and non-emergency spills and leaks are similar. The primary difference is the type and degree of hazard, location of the spill, level of worker training and types of PPE necessary to clean up the spill safely. Even non-emergency spills and leaks take knowledge and training to clean up safely and effectively. Chemical Emergency Response drills are carried out periodically as part of XYZ Organisation Proprietary Limited’s Emergency Management Plan.

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