Accredited CoSHH Awareness Training Course
This course will help you to take effective steps reduce the risks of exposure and to protect health of yourself and others in your workplace.
Duration: 2 hours
- Remote (Teams or Zoom)
- At your place of work
- Worksafe UK Certificate of Course Completion
- CPD Certificate and 2 CPD hours
“I found Andy to be very knowledgeable on all risk assessment questions I fired at him. The training will be very beneficial.”
“This session was very well presented and informative. It was enjoyable and has given me the confidence to apply the principles.”
“A really well-presented training session with emphasis on practical application but also the opportunity to think through overall in-house policies.”
“The course confirmed what I should be doing and explained each topic clearly. The practical session was good and the feedback very helpful.”
About This Course
Harmful substances make thousands of workers ill every year by causing lung diseases such as asthma and cancer, and skin diseases such as dermatitis. This costs many millions of pounds to industry, society and individuals.
Our information-packed CoSHH training course aims to reduce this and is suitable for anyone who may be exposed to potentially hazardous substances in the workplace. This includes cleaning products, fumes and dust.
This CoSHH training course will help you to take effective steps to reduce the risks of exposure, and to protect the health of yourself and others in your workplace, as is required under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (CoSHH) Regulations 2002.
This course can be delivered as part of a bundle with Manual Handling Awareness training course and/or Working at Height (Ladders and Stepladders) training course.
The course aims to provide all delegates with the knowledge and skills necessary to allow them to work safely with hazardous substances.
Our CoSHH training course ensures you have the necessary tools and knowledge needed to comply with the relevant legislation requiring the management and control of substances hazardous to health.
The outline of the course is as follows:
- Legislation and the duties of the employer and employee
- Which substances are harmful to health?
- How hazardous substances harm us
- Who is at risk?
- Understanding CoSHH symbols
- Safety data sheets
- Minimising risk
- Assessing risk and risk control measures
- PPE and RPE
- RIDDOR requirements
- Emergency planning
Who Should Attend
This course is essential for anyone who is exposed to hazardous substances in their place of work.
This includes, but is not limited to, people who work in professions such as:
- Catering and baking
- Beauty and hairdressing salons
- Workshops and woodworking
- Vehicle repair and painting