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COSHH Training Course

Keep your employees safe from hazardous substances

Our COSHH Training course provides your staff with the necessary information to ensure your organisation is compliant with COSHH regulations. COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) is the law that requires employers to control substances that are hazardous to health. They will learn how to recognise potential hazards and put in place control measures for using them. 

Learning outcomes

Discover the key points of knowledge your staff will gain

Describe the different routes, effects and timescales of harm done to the body by hazardous substances 

Explain how labelling and other documentation gives information about hazardous substances 

Discuss the basic principles of handling and storage 

List measures employers must take to protect workers 

Identify further information and safety measures that must be provided by employers 

Benefits

Realise the benefits e-learning will bring to your organisation

Cost-effective way of training staff

Saves valuable time and resources

Users can complete the courses at a pace that suits them

Provides automatic email reminders to prompt users to complete course

Police-approved secure platform with hourly data backups encrypted with AES-256 encryption

Interactive, visual learning

Easy-to-digest information

Peace-of-mind for employers

Accreditations

Certification by external professional bodies

Our COSHH Training course is CPD (Continuing Professional Development) and RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) accredited. Be proactive about maintaining a safe working environment.

Content

Find out what this course will cover

Introduction

Storage and handling

Harm from hazardous substances

Recognising hazardous substances

Protection and prevention

Training and monitoring

Summary

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