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Oil & Fuel Spill Kits & Refills

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All spills and leaks in a worksite need to be taken seriously, but oil and fuel spills require special attention and treatment due to their flammability. No matter how small, an oil or fuel leak has the potential to be a source of physical danger to employees and create catastrophic damage to a worksite. We have a complete range of oil and fuel spill kits, along with refills of essential absorbent materials, to keep your worksite safe and spill-free.

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Oil & Fuel Spill Kits & Refills Buying Guide


If there is a possibility of an oil or fuel leak at your worksite, it is important that you have the proper tools to combat any spills that might occur. When selecting spill kits for oil for your worksite, it is important to consider the following:

  • Size – taking into consideration the size of your worksite and the level of hazard on the premises, you will need to decide on the size of petrol spill kit for your worksite. If you are supplying safety materials for a large worksite or a worksite with a high level of hazard, you may want to invest in larger spill kits for fuel, such as our Oil Overpack Drum Spill Kit or our Oil High Hazard Spill Safety Stations.

  • Placement – during the risk assessment of your workplace, it is important to pinpoint the areas with the highest level of risk. You will want to ensure that these areas have larger spill kits for diesel, such as the Oil Mobile Trolley Spill Kit, and you may want to place smaller spill kits at interim positions between larger spill kits, such as our Oil Economy Wheeled Spill Kits.

  • Additional materials – after performing your risk assessment, you should have a sense of the amount of absorbent materials you will need in the event of a spill or leak. If you feel that you may need more pads for oil leaks underneath machinery, or additional socs for containing larger spills, you can stock up on additional materials or refills to bolster the materials in your kits.


Frequently Ask Questions


What are the spill kit contents for fuel?

The spill kit contents oil include a number of sorbents specifically for oil and fuel spills and leaks. A few of these oil spill cleanup products include:

  • Flexisocs and Socs – specifically for oil and fuel spills and can fit around machinery, corners and curves in a worksite. We have a number of different sizes of oil spill socs so that you can find the perfect ones for your worksite.

  • Oil Sorbent Pillows – specifically for all kinds of oil and fuel leaks. Sorbent pillows are perfect for absorbing leaks in hard-to-reach places such as underneath machinery.

  • Oil Sorbent Rolls – ideal for absorbing petrol spills. They can also catch overspray from machinery, collect drips and absorb leaks.

  • Oil Sorbent Pads – great for emergency spills along with general leaks and liquid spills.


Are there spill kits for vehicles?

According to European Transport Regulations, all carriers that have vehicles transporting dangerous goods need to provide their commercial vehicles with a spill kit. Seton’s Oil ADR Vehicle Spill Kits are perfect for commercial vehicles because they are packed with absorbent pads, socs, pillows and basic PPE. This kit is enclosed in a hardy, transparent case with a handle that can be conveniently stowed beneath or behind a vehicle’s seat. This kit is also a great service station spill kit, and it also comes with instructions to ensure that drivers are aware of how to use all of the spill kit materials.

What are the laws and regulations for oil and fuel spills?

The HSE has a series of guidelines on how employers can manage spill risk assessment and response. It is important to review the regulations, along with any new guidelines, while performing a risk assessment of the premises, drafting an emergency response plan, and investing in spill control equipment and PPE. Your on-site emergency plan for the premises should address the procedures taken in the event of a spill, and you can draft your plan using the HSE’s Control of Major Hazards, or COMAH.

What other materials do I need?

In addition to a spill kit for hydraulic oil and spill kits for fuel, you may want additional sorbent refills such as additional socs, pillows or rolls. In order to properly dispose of used sorbent materials, you can also invest in Oil Spill Boxes, which are perfect for safe disposal.