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How to create COSHH chemical risk assessments that are effective

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A show and tell practical walkthrough on the completion of a best in class COSHH Chemical Risk Assessment.

In this webinar, hosted by SHP, EcoOnline will examine a case study scenario and address the key areas needed to complete a COSHH risk assessment. The webinar is structured as follows:

  1. Best practice of completing a COSHH chemical risk assessment.
  2. Don’t forget DSEARS
  3. Case Study and practical completion of COSHH RA :
  • Reviewing the Case Study
  • Identifying the existing Controls.
  • Risk Rating.
  • Identify Additional Control Measures
  • Live completion of COSHH Assessment
  1. Audience Q&A.


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Henry Mooney

Henry Mooney
Dangerous Goods Advisor

With over 20 years’ experience working within chemical safety, Henry shares a great deal of expertise amongst managing dangerous substances and working on COSHH Compliance. Experience working with some of the largest companies across a multitude of industries.

Dermot Dinan

Dermot Dinan
Solutions Manager Ireland & UK

Dermot has over 15 years’ experience in developing and deploying COSHH systems if a wide variety of industries including healthcare, pharmaceutical, food manufacturing and consumer goods.

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