The risks associated with COSHH will likely be greater following COVID-19. We outline what employers should consider to ensure workplace safety, here.
COSHH training helps to ensure cleaners feel confident and safe working with hazardous substances. We outline what it should cover and its importance.
If you work in a school or educational setting, you should understand COSHH regulations and be able to manage the risks posed by hazardous substances.
As an employer, you have a legal duty to reduce any potential risks to your employees’ health. Part of this duty, involves carrying out a COSHH assessment if hazardous substances…
Working in a nail salon may seem glamorous, but there are many hidden hazards. Find out what these are and how to protect your health in our guide.
Knowing the safest methods of storage, handling and disposal of corrosive chemicals is extremely important. Our guide examines the best practice.
If you work in a hair salon then you will be using hazardous substances on a daily basis. Read our handy guide on COSHH in hairdressing for more info.
Are you able to identify and decipher the meanings of all the different new COSHH hazard symbols? Take a look at our quick guide.
How well do you know the chemical/toxic warning signs? Could you comply with COSHH regulations? Test your knowledge with our free quiz.
The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations was implemented in 2002, but do you know the history behind the regulations?