Control of Substance Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Training

The purpose of the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH) course is to give workers knowledge on the importance of occupational health and the risks presented by chemical and biological health hazards to which they are exposed.

Upon completing the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH) training course, delegates should be able to explain 

  •  The basics of identifying, measuring and controlling exposure to harmful substances.
  • How to interprets and use the MSDS
  • Hazards associated with the use of chemical and biological substances
  • The routes of entry and defiance mechanisms.
  • Appropriately select and use PPE

Those who will benefit from the training:

The control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH) Training is suitable for employees in all industry sectors, especially people with responsibility for the control of exposure to chemical and biological hazards in the workplace, including line managers, supervisors, safety representatives and anybody who uses substances hazardous to health at work.

 

Duration of the Coshh Training

The control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH) course has a duration of one day. The training can be organised in Cameroon, Chad, Congo, Central African Republic, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

 

Pre-requisite :  

This training on control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH) has no pre-requisite,  however it is recommended that delegates be physically fit and able to read and write basic English or French.

 

Training Venue:

The training can be organized in our premises or in your premises upon request. Practical sessions are carried out on site

 

Course content

  • Hazardous substances and risks from over exposure
  • COSHH and REACH working together
  • COSHH regulations and what they mean in practice
  • Finding guidance and information
  • COSHH assessment and action plans
  • Case studies
  • Introduction to control measures
  • Adequate control, exposure limits and the principles of good control practice
  • Hierarchy of control and reliability
  • Reducing exposure by process change and substitution
  • Choosing and using effective LEV
  • Choosing and using RPE
  • Controlling exposure through skin and by ingestion
  • Choosing and using PPE
  • Managing COSHH

 

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