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Online short-course covering regulations and best practice with common hazardous substances in the workplace.




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Subtitles: English, Arabic, Bengali

Duration: 1 hr

Retakes: Unlimited


COSHH stands for Control of Substances Hazardous to Health. This course aims to explain all the rules, regulations and good practices which cover the laws relating to the common hazardous substances found in most workplaces.

Candidates will undertake an online multiple-choice assessment and will receive a certificate if successful (any certificates from an official awarding body are sent to you via email).

Course Syllabus

  • Course Introduction

    This chapter gives a complete overview of the course.

  • Roles and Responsibilities

    This chapter explains roles and responsibilities in relation to COSHH.

  • The COSHH Risk Assessment

    This chapter explains the purpose of, and how to go about undertaking a COSHH risk assessment.

  • Hazardous Substances Part 1

    This chapter is designed to provide you with an understanding of substances which are hazardous to health.

  • Hazardous Substances Part 2

    This section continues to look at how hazardous substances can harm health.

  • Monitoring and Surveillance

    This chapter explains how to keep everyone safe with monitoring and surveillance.

Obtaining your certificate

You will need to pass a multiple-choice exam at the end of the course in order to gain your accreditation. Once passed, we will send your official certificate by email.


Online short-course covering regulations and best practice with common hazardous substances in the workplace.



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