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.

Who we work with:

About Us

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.

Our mission is to be the leading Occup
ational Hygiene and Safety consultancy in Ireland, and provide reputable training


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OHSS Blog

Further Evidence of Unlicensed Asbestos Removal Occurring in the UK

posted on 15 November, 2018

In a case that highlights the fact that current asbestos regulations are not being adhered to by everyone in the industry, a Norwich based construction firm has been hit with a fine of £90,000 for performing unlicensed asbestos cleaning...

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Case Studies

B&Q


Manual Handling Training: B&Q is the largest home improvement and garden centre retailer in the UK and Europe and the third largest in the world. They have nine stores throughout the republic of Ireland and as part of a Health & Safety...

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