A guide to COSHH management

This COSHH guide aims to improve chemical safety management in your organisation.

Guide to COSHH ManagementThis guide is broken in three parts. Part A looks at an introduction to chemicals and chemical safety, outlining the exposures of chemicals and how they can cause harm. Part B delves into eight key steps of building a COSHH management system. Part C covers the important elements in creating and writing COSHH assessments.

After reading this guide you should have a better understanding of how to control the hazardous substances in your workplace, so they don’t cause harm or health issues to employees. It will give you a better understanding of the COSHH Regulations 2002, why they are in place and what you must do to comply.

In your place of work do you have:

  • Cleaning products?
  • Oils or lubricants for machines?
  • Paints and adhesives?
  • Chemicals that you process?
  • Hidden chemicals?
  • Gases?
  • Laboratories?

If you answered yes to any of the above you need to comply with the COSHH Regulations. Some chemicals are classified as hazardous and can be extremely harmful.

To learn more, download this free guide to COSHH management by simply filling out the form opposite.

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