Our PEG Awareness course enables attendees to identify the many different resources to why an individual may require a PEG to be fitted as well as what the PEG insertion procedure is.
Learn how to notice indicators of COSHH taking place and what constitutes substances hazardous to health
Our COSHH Training will helo you answer these questions and more; What is COSHH? Why is COSHH important? What legislation is in place for COSHH? What does hazard, risk and consequence mean? What ways can substances enter the body? Our Control of Hazardous Substances to Health course will help you answer the questions above and more. Annual statistics from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) show 1.4 million workers were suffering from work-related ill health and around 555,000 from non-fatal injuries in 2017/18.
Through our COSHH training, you will gain an understanding of what legislation is involved in Control of Substances Hazardous to Health. You will learn what the definition of hazard, risk and consequence means in relation to COSHH. You will learn how to report accidents, incidents and near misses. You will learn the 8 basic measures related to COSHH. You will learn how substances can enter the body. You will also learn how to endure safe practice when disposing of chemicals.
What does COSHH Training cover?
- What hazardous substances are and examples.
- Recognise how to prevent or reduce exposure to hazardous substances.
- Understand the definition of the terms hazard, risk and consequence.
- Understand what Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is.
- Understand what the 8 basic measures are relating to COSHH.
- Gain knowledge of the legislation involved with COSHH.
- Explore what substances are covered and what substances are not covered by COSHH.
Who is our COSHH Training for?
Our Control of Hazardous Substances Training is for anyone who is working in an environment where substances are used or for anyone who must carry out COSHH risk assessments. Whatever care or non-care sector you work in our COSHH course will give you knowledge, skills, and confidence in how to prevent and act against hazardous substances.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- Discuss what legislation is involved with COSHH.
- Discuss the 8 basic measures relating to COSHH.
- Recognise the different types of hazardous substances.
- Be able to demonstrate safe practice which is required when disposing of chemicals.
- Discuss what substances COSHH covers and what COSHH doesn’t cover.
- Evaluate different circumstances of why a COSHH risk assessment may be needed.
- Develop knowledge, skills and strategies to develop positive environments.
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