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DRM002

Safety Matters: Drum Handling

Improper drum handling can cause serious injuries and expose a facility and the environment to hazardous chemicals if the contents are spilled.

Helping you manage these risks, Safety Matters: Drum Handling helps employees recognize different drum types; label, inspect, handle, and store drums; and follow procedures if there’s a small spill or leak.

The program also helps employees:

  • Recognize the uses of metal, plastic, and fiberboard drums
  • Identify the purposes of open or closed tops
  • Understand labels and markings
  • Follow DOT and OSHA requirements
  • Abide by safety practices
  • Use the six-step response for small spillage


  • Improper drum handling can cause serious injuries and expose a facility and the environment to hazardous chemicals if the contents are spilled.

    Helping you manage these risks, Safety Matters: Drum Handling helps employees recognize different drum types; label, inspect, handle, and store drums; and follow procedures if there’s a small spill or leak.

    The program also helps employees:

  • Recognize the uses of metal, plastic, and fiberboard drums
  • Identify the purposes of open or closed tops
  • Understand labels and markings
  • Follow DOT and OSHA requirements
  • Abide by safety practices
  • Use the six-step response for small spillage


  • Improper drum handling can cause serious injuries and expose a facility and the environment to hazardous chemicals if the contents are spilled.

    Helping you manage these risks, Safety Matters: Drum Handling helps employees recognize different drum types; label, inspect, handle, and store drums; and follow procedures if there’s a small spill or leak.

    The program also helps employees:

  • Recognize the uses of metal, plastic, and fiberboard drums
  • Identify the purposes of open or closed tops
  • Understand labels and markings
  • Follow DOT and OSHA requirements
  • Abide by safety practices
  • Use the six-step response for small spillage


  • Improper drum handling can cause serious injuries and expose a facility and the environment to hazardous chemicals if the contents are spilled.

    Helping you manage these risks, Safety Matters: Drum Handling helps employees recognize different drum types; label, inspect, handle, and store drums; and follow procedures if there’s a small spill or leak.

    The program also helps employees:

  • Recognize the uses of metal, plastic, and fiberboard drums
  • Identify the purposes of open or closed tops
  • Understand labels and markings
  • Follow DOT and OSHA requirements
  • Abide by safety practices
  • Use the six-step response for small spillage


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