Managing Dangerous Substances and COSHH Compliance
If you handle health-hazardous chemical products and manage COSHH risk assessments at your workplace, comprehensive legislation applies for the registration and documentation of the products.
DCM Compliance as a partner of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work now offer a free half day seminar that outlines the most important issues in the legislation regarding handling and documentation of chemicals and COSHH compliance in a few hours.
At our free half day seminar we will take you through:
- An overview of chemical safety in the workplace and chemical safety legislation.
- When a safety data sheet is required and its key elements.
- When a workplace COSHH chemical risk assessment is required and best practices.
- What is the requirement for new CLP legislation in labels
- Requirements for substitution of hazardous chemicals on certain chemicals (candidate list, carcinogens, REACH etc.)
- How often do you need to update your safety data sheets.
- Training of employees in chemical safety.
- Dangerous goods handling and transportation
- Your obligations as a EHS professional and your company requirements to staff.
You get the opportunity to get answers to all the questions you may have about chemical handling, documentation and legislation.
DCM Compliance flagship software product Chemdoc is a leading Chemical Safety System and the SDS Management Service. At the free half day seminar, we will show you how Chemdoc makes it easy and efficient to handle the safety documentation of chemicals in your company. Do not worry, it’s completely free and non-binding.
The half day seminar will address quality, environment and health and safety personnel in all types of companies that use chemical products for daily tasks, such as manufacturing facilities, government bodies such as county councils and transport groups, third level education facilities etc.
Sign up for our free mini-seminars today before it books out and get your chemical product documentation in order before an auditor comes to visit. All attendees will receive an information gift pack on managing dangerous substances.