Construction Monitoring — Spill Prevention and Response at the Construction Site

NRTG’s MicroCourses offer a dynamic training pathway that’s as flexible as it is enriching to build expertise. Our Spill Prevention and Response at the Construction Site, spanning four hours, delivers in-depth training in an easily digestible format. It’s designed to maximize your skills for immediate application.  

Discover the essential strategies for preventing and effectively managing spills on construction sites with our advanced MicroCourse on Spill Prevention and Response. Gain invaluable insights into the sources and causes of spills, as well as their properties and potential outcomes. Explore diverse work environments, each with its unique challenges and solutions. 

Participants will learn best practices for safely storing, handling, and swiftly responding to spills involving releases of fuels, hydraulic fluids, coolant, battery acid, and other hazardous liquids. Our training showcases cutting-edge equipment and materials, ensuring you’re equipped with the latest tools and knowledge to safeguard your construction projects. 

Course will be 4 hours long. 

Instructor Profile

Lauri Solsberg

With degrees in chemical and environmental engineering, Lauri Solsberg has researched, applied, and recommended countermeasures for oil and chemical releases on land and water for many years. His focus is on understanding practical strategies for preventing and responding to incidents originating from fueling operations, construction activities, vessels, and equipment. Lauri’s ongoing work with industry and government enables him to study and keep current with best available technologies.