An informative and interesting course, I have learned a lot and enjoyed the classroom activities. All trainers were great, helpful, enthusiastic, informative and friendly.
This one-day course introduces delegates to the range of substances covered by the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations. It gives an overview of the rules before working logically through the stages of a ‘suitable and sufficient’ COSHH assessment for hazardous chemicals.
On completion of the COSHH Assessor course, delegates will understand how to complete a COSHH assessment correctly. They’ll have gained a wealth of practical knowledge that they can use to help make your workplace safer for everyone – and ensure that your business remains compliant with COSHH regulations.
All of our in-house courses are suitable for up to 12 delegates, making them ideal for businesses looking to train different members of staff cost-effectively in a single session. Like our other in-house courses, the COSHH assessment session can conclude with an optional written assessment to demonstrate how much your team has learned from the day.
This course can be held at our Peterborough Training Centre, in your company if you have a suitable training venue or it can be run live via Zoom if you have a number of team members working remotely.
Who are our COSHH assessor in-house courses for?
Anyone who has been nominated to carry out COSHH assessments at work. There are no prior requirements, making this course ideal for those with no previous experience. At the end of the session, they will have all the knowledge and skills they need to carry out COSHH assessments competently, keeping your team safe and compliant
What does the course cover?
This engaging session can be adapted to cover company-specific chemical procedures and COSHH assessment forms. Alternatively, we will cover the assessment processes and provide a number of example assessment forms for delegates to use after the session.
The course also explores the range of technical and procedural control measures which can be implemented to meet legal requirements – and ensure that the health of employees is not being affected due to the substances they may experience in the workplace.
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Complete our application form today to get a quote. We’re able to cater for a maximum of 8 delegates per course.
Richard was very informative amazing tutor for us to learn from, he was very inspiring!
Good and relevant information, Gary is an experienced and knowledgeable instructor.
An excellent course as always, I’m going to do the Environmental Diploma next
A brilliant course, Jackie is a great tutor able to gain attention and share her knowledge
Why choose us?
- Friendly, family-run business since 1998
- Highly qualified and experienced tutors
- Proven track record, with pass rates for NEBOSH courses well above the national average
- NEBOSH Gold Learning Partners
- Courses can be tailored to suit your company’s precise requirements
- Fully kitted out, purpose-built training centre available for use
Frequently Asked Questions
How are your COSHH assessor in-house courses delivered?
All of our courses are engaging and varied in their delivery. We always get delegates involved, supporting our training with videos and practical exercises. All of our tutors are immensely passionate about what they do, which rubs off on delegates – we aim to bring each topic alive and deliver a truly memorable and enjoyable training session.
How many delegates can you train in one session?
Our COSHH assessor courses can be booked for between four and 10 delegates, making them an ideal way to train multiple employees cost-effectively.
Does the course take place at your training centre?
It can take place at our training centre, yes, but we’re also able to visit your own premises and conduct the course there – provided you have a suitable training or conference room available that we can use for the day. Contact us today to learn more and get a quote.
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