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BE PREPARED — HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SPILLS: A FACT OF LIFE

Hazardous material and oil spills can happen at any time and are a constant threat to business. The key to minimizing the risk from a spill is a quick response from an experienced team dedicated to protecting your business interests.

 

With years of experience in emergency response, First Strike Environmental Co (FSE) professionals are on call 24 hours a day to provide unsurpassed service for your hazardous material needs, allowing you to concentrate on your business. Contact us for more information.

WHAT IS A SPILL?

A spill is a discharge of any oil or hazardous material into the environment. Reportable quantities of commonly spilled or released materials include:

AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION...

Since spills don’t always happen during convenient business hours, a “Spill Response Agreement” assures that we don’t have to get you out of bed to do preliminary paperwork. Our clients only have to call us in an emergency and we can respond immediately. When moments count, faxing paperwork back and forth can slow down the process.

 

FSE has built an impressive list of satisfied clients, including the U.S. Coast Guard, Oregon Department of Transportation and many national over-the-road carriers. FSE provides cost-effective solutions to our clients' environmental challenges.

SPILL RESPONSE SERVICES AGREEMENT BENEFITS:

FSE operates on a unified single-number dispatch system. Regardless of incident location or time of day, FSE services are accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by dialing 800-447-3558.

 

All FSE responders are trained at the OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER level under 29 CFR 1910.120. Their training and experience ensures an efficient response tailored to the client's needs. Our primary response Supervisors have Unified Incident Command (ICS) training and over 31 years of this companies experience in response. All responders are qualified to respond in Level A PPE to hazardous releases such as Anhydrous Ammonia.

 

Our streamlined response process with carefully designed SOP's promote tighter cost control and includes complete documentation and required regulatory reporting.

SPILL RESPONSE SERVICE AGREEMENT

FSE offers its clients a "Spill Response Service Agreement" which is a proactive way to avoid costly delays in when catastrophes occur. When spill emergencies happen the response team is immediately dispatched to the site. The clients' Spill Agreement with FSE will often satisfy the regulatory requirements to maintain a contractual relationship with a qualified emergency response company.

 

In the event of a hazardous material release at a client's facility, a transportation incident or an emergency resulting from storms, earthquakes and other natural disasters, FSE is ready to respond quickly and efficiently, enabling the client to continue their business with minimal interruption.

  • Any quantity of petroleum product over 42 gallons

  • Any escape to waters of the state producing a visible oil slick

  • One pound of pesticide residue

It is important to remember that even if the amount of material spilled is below the reportable quantity, cleanup is required.

  • 24-hour emergency response service

  • Certified environmental professionals

  • Efficient spill response tailored to the client’s needs

  • Streamlined response process for better cost control

  • Confirmed regulatory reporting / complete documentation

  • Safety is our top priority

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