Bring in an Expert
Suppose you’re unsure how to best respond to a chemical water disaster. In that case, it may be wise to bring in an expert, such as someone from the National Fire Protection Association or the Environmental Protection Agency emergency responders.
They can help you evaluate your current occupational safety protocols and create a comprehensive plan for responding to any potential spilled chemical emergencies. Additionally, they can recommend the best type of filtration system or hazardous materials containment solutions to ensure the chemical safety of your building and employees.
Write A Contingency Plan
Finally, create a contingency plan that outlines the steps your team needs to take during a water chemical disaster. Ensure to include details like who should be contacted first, the process for shutting down potential hazards, and how to handle contaminated water and materials safely. You should also include an evacuation plan that outlines where people should go in the event of a disaster.