Every company needs safe, secure methods of controlling and cleaning up accidental chemical/hazardous material spills. Our inclusive Spill Response Kit makes emergency response fast and effective. OSHA Standard CFR 1926.441 & 1910.178. For our complete line of First Aid and Safety Products: First Aid & Safety Catalog

6.5 gallon spill kit

6.5 GALLON SPILL KIT

Absorbs up to a 7-gallon spill. Contains:

  • 4 - 3" X 4" Chemical/HazMat Socks
  • 5 - 19" X 15" Universal Pads
  • 2 - 40oz Cartons, Universal Sorbent
  • 2 - Yellow Disposable Bags with Ties
  • 1 - Pair, Chemical Resistant Gloves
  • 1 - Pair, Protective Goggles
20 gallon spill kit

20 GALLON SPILL KIT

Absorbs up to a 13-gallon spill. Contains:

  • 6 - 3" X 4" Chemical/HazMat Socks
  • 6 - 10" X 10" x 2" Chemical/HazMat Pillows
  • 5 - 19" X 15" Universal Pads
  • 2 - 40oz Cartons, Universal Sorbent
  • 1 - Pair, Chemical Resistant Gloves
  • 1 - Pair, Protective Goggles
  • 2 - Yellow Disposable Bags with Ties
economy bag spill kit

ECONOMY BAG SPILL KIT

Place one or two kits near every spill area. Absorbs up to 6 gallon spill. Contains:

  • 10 - 19" X 15" Universal Pads
  • 3 - 3" X 4" Chemical/HazMat Socks
  • 1 - 40oz Carton, Universal Sorbent
  • 2 - Yellow Disposable Bags with Ties
battery acid clean-up kit

BATTERY ACID CLEAN-UP KIT

Specialized kit provides the essential supplies to neutralize, absorb, and clean up incidental battery acid spills.

How The Service Works

  • Provide on-site assessment of your safety and PPE needs
  • Trained professionals deliver your spill kits
  • We stock, maintain, replenish your safety cabinets
  • How the Service Works
    1
    Provide on-site assessment of your safety and PPE needs
  • How the Service Works
    2
    Trained professionals deliver your spill kits
  • How the Service Works
    3
    We stock, maintain, replenish your safety cabinets
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Did You Know?

Spill Cleanup

Only qualified personnel should undertake the cleanup of hazardous liquids. It is the user’s responsibility to dispose of used sorbents according to local, state and/or federal regulations.