Occupational Safety Training

Chemical Safety Training


Risk assessment is the cornerstone of safety practice in handling chemicals, and a key component of our courses. We examine the design of individual workplaces and focus on the method and location of handling.
 

Our Chemical Safety Training consultants train course participants to:

    - Become aware of chemicals in the workplace
    - Know how chemical exposure can occur and the health effects associated with this
    - Know how chemicals are classified and where to find information on them
    - Know how to handle chemicals correctly
    - Know the regulations regarding chemicals in the workplace

 
Our Courses:

    - Educate employees of the risks
    - Highlight storage issues such as segregation of incompatible materials
    - Educate trainees to guide and inform others in the safe handling of chemicals

 
Courses Available:

- OHSS training course on Chemical Safety

 
Contact us at info@ohss.ie to discuss your Occupational Hygiene Training needs.

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About Us


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OHSS was established in 2001 as an Occupational Health and Safety consultancy. Founder Paul Foran has extensive experience in the field, both as a consultant and as a former Inspector with the Health & Safety Authority (www.hsa.ie), where he formulated policy and legislation.

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OHSS Blog

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posted on 09 January, 2019

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Case Studies

Central Bank of Ireland


Respiratory protective equipment (RPE) programme: CBI manufactures and sorts a variety of coin and notes-based currency. Handling these can produce dust. During the maintenance of machines, respirators are worn by staff for protection. OHSS...

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