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COSHH Awareness Train the Trainer

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Inclusive of City & Guilds Registration, Certification and Training Materials

Our 2 Days COSHH Awareness Train the Trainer course allows you to become an instructor delivering effective COSHH Awareness Training to employees. As a result of this course you will be able to train people with little or no knowledge, or experience in Health and Safety to have COSHH safety awareness in their roles.

 

This COSHH Assessor Trainer course is suitable for training employees in industries such as:

•Agriculture (ex: Dusts, chemicals, diseases, toxic gases.)

•Baking (ex: Dusts, enzymes, flavour Concentrates, cleaning products.)

•Beauty (ex: Products that cause skin irritation, allergies and asthma, acrylic fumes.)

•Catering (ex: Products that  cause dermatitis, skin allergies, asthma, fumes.)

•Cleaning (ex: products that cause dermatitis, allergies and asthma, corrosive products)

•Engineering (ex: dusts, fumes, chemicals, germs in metalworking fluids)

•Hairdressing (ex: products that cause dermatitis, allergies, asthma.)

•Offshore  Oil and Gas (ex: chemicals, fumes, dust, vapours, gases and asphyxiating gases)

•Motor Vehicle repair (ex: paints, fuels, brake fluid, lubricants, degreasing fluids, cleaning products, welding and cutting fumes, dusts, battery acid)

•Welding (ex: fumes, dust, chemicals, work in confined spaces, inert gases)

•Woodworking (ex: dusts, adhesives, paints, stripping fluids, lubricants, disinfectants to treat water systems)

 

Course Detail

 

Course Aim: 

To enable candidates to carry out their own training course of operatives, in a basic understanding of the requirements of COSHH regulations.

 


Duration:

Two Days

 


Suitable for:

Persons with some knowledge of COSHH and the responsibility for training.

 


Course Content:


• What is COSHH
• Regulations: What is required
• Identifying substance state
• Routes of entry
• Data gathering
• Where to find information on the substance
• Identifying who is at risk and how
• Information relating to the working environment
• How is the risk currently controlled?
• Risk analysis
• Control measures
• Infection control
• Health surveillance
• Structuring and delivering the training
• Practical exercises
• Written Test

 


Assessment Criteria:

The training involves candidate participation with the emphasis on the practical element of the training. On day two the candidate will carry out a practical training session and answer a question paper on which they will be assessed.

 


City and Guilds Profile of Achievement:

The candidate will complete a pre-course questionnaire, a mid course interview and post-course professional discussion to fulfill the requirements of the City and Guilds Profile of Achievement criteria. Any problems with the fore mentioned assessment criteria please contact us to discuss. 

 


Trainer’s Pack:

Candidates will receive a full trainer’s pack including PowerPoint presentation, lesson plan and all course materials required to deliver the course.

 

Please also see our Frequently Asked Questions page

 

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