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What’s your baseline spill risk?
Oils, chemicals and water are just some of the substances that spill and lead to worker injury. Here’s what Chris Iuzzolino, director of product operations at New Pig, and Bobby D. Ennis, SPC commercial business leader for Brady Corp., had to say about containing and absorbing workplace spills.
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Reusable oil-absorbent products

SorbIts Reusable Oil Absorbent products are the waste-free alternative to traditional, single-use oil absorbents that help prevent slips and falls from vagrant synthetic oils, hydraulic fluids, solvents and other nonhazardous process fluids.
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Mildew-resistant absorbent sock

Unlike cellulose-filled absorbent socks, the PIG Mildew-Resistant Absorbent Sock’s 100 percent polypropylene skin and filler resist the growth of mildew that can sometimes be created in socks that are deployed for long time spans.
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Spill control system

This spill control system includes a super absorbent spill pad along with a personal protective equipment kit to protect food service workers when cleaning up potentially dangerous spills.
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Absorbent adhesive mats

Brady SPC TOUGHSORB Semi-Permanent Adhesive Mats easily adhere to and remove from most surfaces to absorb leaks, drips and spills both indoors and outdoors.
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