Complying with regulatory requirements
Tailored to your specific needs, we provide training in COSHH assessment, dangerous goods awareness, poison centre notifications and classification, labelling and packaging (CLP).
Typically, our training courses take just one day and are designed to be delivered at your premises, reducing operational downtime. We also offer a number of online training courses, providing a convenient, time effective training option for you and your staff. The courses are flexible and can be tailored to your business and specific requirements.
The aim of the COSHH Assessment course is to inform you of the regulatory requirements of using chemicals in the workplace and how to put them into a practical context. Classroom sessions can be customised to focus on the substances you handle and their associated hazards and risks.
This course is designed to equip delegates with the tools and knowledge necessary to safely discharge their responsibilities in all general and job specific areas. Course content is tailored to focus specifically on regulations that are relevant to your business (also available online).
Poison Centre regulations are complex and currently differ in many member states. NCEC’s course will help you define what you need to do now and with the new harmonised regulations so that you can ensure the compliance of your organisation and streamline your compliance activities based on our expert knowledge.
This one day training course provides delegates with an understanding of the background to the new CLP regulation and to GHS, as well as a summary of the hazard classification criteria. Delegates will learn about the implementation timelines for the new regulation, practical use of symbols, signal words, selection of P statements and gain an understanding of the impact of the new CLP regulation and of GHS.
If you have any training requirements, need more information on any of our training courses or want to find out how we can create bespoke training modules that are specific to your organisation, please feel free to speak to us by emailing us at [email protected] or use the form on the right hand side.