Spills and Soil Contamination – an ION Science Envirotech Online Webinar

Statistics from the Department of Transportation reveal that 21,539 incidents involving hazardous materials occurred in 2021 in the United States alone. These impacts can have a detrimental effect on the environment and public health, in the long and short term. As businesses and individuals are increasingly scrutinized to meet tougher environmental goals, mitigating and preventing hazardous materials incidents is a key step in creating a cleaner, greener future.

To protect both the environment and public health, it is first important to identify hazardous materials and understand how they are classified. Then, reviewing the processes currently in place and how they can be improved to prevent hazardous materials from endangering people, entering waterways and contaminating soil is the critical step for reduce the impact of hazardous material spills.

Health and safety professionals are the key to understanding, maintaining and reducing the associated risks. To reduce the rate of incidents, education and awareness of hazardous materials and their impact are essential tools that should be added to any health and safety professional’s toolbox.

ION Science, the UK’s leading supplier of photoionisation detection (PID) technology and gas detection instruments, has partnered with Health & Safety Matters to offer a free webinar on this topic. The webinar will cover the importance of understanding the dangers associated with hazardous material spills and the consequences to public health, wildlife and the environment.

This webinar will focus on the following areas:

  • How Hazardous Material Spills Can Happen
  • Current HAZMAT processes
  • The health effects that spills can cause
  • The environmental impact of spills (including soil contamination)
  • How PID technology can identify and track spills and contamination
  • Live Q&A session

Register for free today and join this webinar with ION Science and Health & Safety Matters on April 20, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. Find out how you can help prevent hazardous spills and identify, detect and prevent hazardous material spills from impacting the public and the environment.

Register now

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