Hazmat Containment – Spill Control & Secondary Containment
Assure job site safety by selecting from our available safety cans for storing workplace chemicals.
Safety cabinets with extensive features, variety and purpose for all of your hazardous storage needs.
Hazmat material is defined as a radioactive, flammable, explosive, or poisonous material that would be a danger to life or to the environment if released without necessary precautions being taken.
If you are a Hazmat employer and you have employees in connection with transporting or handling hazardous materials in daily commerce, you should be aware of the nine classes of hazardous materials.
SES provides solutions to handle Hazmat spills, containment and detection.
There are nine classes of hazardous materials
|Hazard Class 1: Explosives
||1.1 mass explosion hazard
1.2 projectile hazard
1.3 minor blast/projectile/fire
1.4 minor blast
1.5 insensitive explosives
1.6 very insensitive explosives
|Hazard Class 2: Compressed Gases
||2.1 flammable gases
2.2 non flammable compressed
|Hazard Class 3: Flammable Liquids
||Flammable (flash point below 141°)
Combustible (flash point 141°-200°
|Hazard Class 4: Flammable Solids
||4.1 flammable solids
4.2 spontaneously combustible
4.3 dangerous when wet
|Hazard Class 5: Oxidizers and Organic Peroxides
5.2 Organic Peroxide
|Hazard Class 6: Toxic Materials
||6.1 Material that is poisonous
6.2 Infectious Agents
|Hazard Class 7: Radioactive Material
|Hazard Class 8: Corrosive Material
||Destruction of the human skin
Corrode steel at a rate of 0.25 inches per year
|Hazard Class 9: Miscellaneous
||A material that presents a hazard during shipment but does not meet the definition of the other classes
See the below link from the US Department of Transportation to get more definitions on Hazardous Materials
See the below link for how to comply with hazardous material regulations
Engineered Fall Protection is a distributor for Hazmat Containment in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, Tennessee, Kentucky, Iowa, and Oklahoma.