December 13, 2022
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Minimizing Risk from Spilled Fluids Through Preparedness & Compliance
Slips, trips, and falls make up over 20% of workplace injury costs and the leaked or spilled fluids be a major contributor to those hazards. These “rogue” fluids can come from nearby equipment, production lines or even inclement weather.
Leaks and spills can affect many aspects of your operation and your business. Complying with regulatory requirements from OSHA, EPA and DOT will not only help you avoid fines but give you a guideline for keeping your facility, the surrounding environment, and your employees safe.
- Why clean, dry workplace floors are important to OSHA and how following their regulation will reduce your risk.
- What is an SPCC Plan (Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasure) and which facilities are required by the EPA to have one in place.
- OSHA, EPA, and DOT regulations and what you can do to maintain your compliance (and prevent unnecessary fines, environmental issues and costly workplace injuries).
OSHA 29CFR 1910: Floors in Your Workplace Should Be Maintained in A Clean & Dry Condition
EPA 40CFR 112: Facilities Should Have Appropriate Containment to Prevent Discharge Oil from Reaching a Navigable Water
EPA 40 CFR 263: Transporters Must Take Appropriate Action in The Event of a Spill
EPA 40 CFR 264: Owners Must Establish for Their Facilities Standards for Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage & Disposal
DOT 49 CFR 173: Concerns Property Transporting Hazardous Materials & Waste – ABSORBENTS (Spill Kits) WORK!
Virtual attendees are eligible for CEUs. All virtual attendees must be present by 12:00 noon and stay logged in until the end of the program in order to receive CEUs. Login time is tracked via zoom.
Tyler Riewe, Director of Strategic Accounts, FyterTech Nonwovens
Tyler is a Director of Sales with FyterTech Nonwovens which is an industry leading manufacturer of nonwovens, absorbents, and spill control products. He has a passion for improving working environments and enhancing worker safety and has spent that last 10 + years as a safety sales professional. In his current role, he is focused on helping safety professionals manage their spill prevention control & countermeasure (SPCC) plans to exceed compliance. Proper spill preparedness ensures a more clean, safe and productive working and natural environment.
Participating in hundreds of work site visits and completing numerous site assessments provide him with an understanding of the challenges EH&S professionals and companies encounter regarding spill preparedness and spill response. Working for a leading manufacturer of spill control products allows Tyler and his sales teams to deploy the best product solutions for their customers specific applications. He has a strong knowledge base of the applicable spill control regulatory standards, such as OSHA, EPA, and DOT.
For those attending the meeting in-person, we will gather at the office of Ergodyne in St. Paul. If you have never been to their facility, you are in for a real treat! As part of our program we will have a representative from Ergodyne share their story.
Lunch will be provided by Nelson’s Cheese & Deli. A vegetarian and gluten-free option will be available.
1021 Bandana Blvd. E., #220
St. Paul, MN 55108
Located inside Bandana Square Office Complex. East Building (west building is the Best Western).
Address is 1021 Bandana Boulevard East, St. Paul, MN 55108
Ergodyne is located in Suite 220