COSHH Awareness

Duration: 20 – 30 min

This COSHH Awareness training course educates how to best control hazardous substances at work so that they do not cause ill health. It will help individuals better understand what they need to do in order to comply with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002, which apply to the way employers and employees work with potentially harmful substances.

All sorts of substances that are present in different work environments can be harmful to workers’ health, including “natural” substances. Potential health problems from exposure may include developing dermatitis from flowers, bulbs, fruits and vegetables to developing leukaemia caused by benzene in crude oil.

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Corrosive, Acid, Danger, Warning, Orange, Sign, Symbol
Inflammable, Flammable, Fire, Burn, Flames, Heat
Oxidizer, Oxidant, Flame, Fire, Burning, Danger


According to the Labour Force Survey, an estimated 68,000 people developed (or had worsened) breathing/lung and skin problems from their job in 2017/18. So training and awareness is very important in preserving the short-term and long-term health of employees

Safesmart delivers COSHH Awareness training for your organisation through Smartlog – our comprehensive health & safety compliance software.

This Smartlog training course covers:

Harmful substances – Identifying them, dispelling myths about “natural” substances, and the common places these substances can be located in the work environment.

Exposure risks – Types of ill health, injuries, diseases and long-term effects – from skin conditions like dermatitis to lung diseases and leukaemia.

Points of exposure – Points of entry, and prevention. Exposure through the skin, nose, mouth etc.

Safety data sheets and hazard checklists – Substance & product labelling, European and international symbols, understanding safety data sheets, and completing a hazard checklist.

Assessing risk – Understanding how – and how much workers are exposed, before deciding if anything needs to be done to reduce their exposure.

Exposure control measures and equipment – A mixture of equipment and ways of working to reduce exposure using the right combination; for example fume cupboards, ventilation, spray booths, and PPE.

REACH – 2007 EU regulation on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of CHemicals. Why the regulation is significant, what it entails, when and how it is applicable.

& includes quiz questions.

*This course is certified by the CPD Certification Service

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