Hazardous substance regulations training
The purpose of the Hazardous Substances Code of Practice is to help manufacturers, importers and suppliers of dangerous goods and employers using them…
The purpose of the Hazardous Substances Code of Practice is to help manufacturers, importers and suppliers of dangerous goods and employers using them, to meet the requirements of the National model regulations 2012, so as to protect people at work against risks to health from using these dangerous materials.
You should consider this service if you are:
- Manufacturer or supplier of hazardous substances
- Occupiers of premises where dangerous goods are stored and handled
- Health and safety representatives, employees and anyone else who has an interest in the risks to people or property posed by dangerous materials.
Hazardous substances are materials that have the potential to harm human health. They may be solid, liquids or gases; they may be pure substances or mixtures. When used in the workplace, these substances often generate vapours, fumes, dusts and mists. A wide range of industrial, laboratory and agricultural chemicals are classified as hazardous.
|Requirements||Clients to provide lunch and morning tea|
|Venue||Client to provide venue|
|Cost per training||$1,500+ $65 black and white or $150 colour booklet fee per participant|
- Understand major requirements of the National model regulations 2012.
- Conduct hazardous substances risk assessments.
- Develop adequate controls for these materials in the workplace.
- Accident investigation
- Basic hazard identification
- Confined spaces
- Contractor management
- Dangerous goods
- Murray Goulburn
- Environmental and ISO 14001
- Executive briefing
- Fire warden
- Fatigue management
- Hazardous substance regulations
- Isolation for the oil and gas industry
- Lock out and isolation
- Manual handling
- Plant hazard identification
- Risk management
- Safety committee
- Safety map 4th edition auditing
- Supervisor safety
- Working at heights
- Workplace hazard identification, risk assessment and control
- Working from home