Course Title: Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)COSHH
Course Duration: approx 2 hours
Fee per Person: £40

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Description:
This COSHH training course is designed to give workers knowledge of the health risks surrounding work with hazardous substances, including how to undertake a COSHH assessment by identifying the risks and the control measures needed, and ensure that they understand how to work safely with hazardous substances.

Do You Comply With the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002?

Under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002, regulation 12 states that ‘every employer who undertakes work which is liable to expose an employee to a substance hazardous to health shall provide that employee with suitable and sufficient information, instruction and training.’ Employees also have a legal responsibility to co-operate fully with their employer in order to enable them to meet their legal obligations.

By providing effective COSHH training, employers can help to ensure that everyone in the workplace is competent to carry out their work safely. Managers, supervisors and other members of staff should be able to recognise the hazards posed by their work, be able to take action to reduce or eliminate the risks and understand how to follow procedures

Syllabus:
A range of subjects is covered including –

  • Knowing how to identify hazardous substances in the workplace.
  • Understand the ill-health effects that hazardous substances can cause.
  • Understand COSHH legal regulations, including the responsibilities of employers and employees.
  • Know what to consider for a COSHH risk assessment.
  • Understand the importance of health surveillance for employees who work with hazardous substances

Certification:
This is achieved by on-going theoretical teaching by the instructor, culminating with a written test.

This qualification does not expire, but refresher training and keeping up to date with changes to policies and procedures is vital to keep the certificate current.

Numbers:
A maximum of 16 learners are allowed, they must be a minimum of 16 years of age and a certificate can be offered to all, subject to assessment