Do you or your personnel use chemicals and require CoSHH compliance??
Utilising our bespoke WEBCOR CoSHH management system TI’s consultancy removes the headache of CoSHH management bringing your business into compliance of HSE requirement.
Our purpose built CoSHH management application allows us to easily build CoSHH directly from MSDS supplied with all chemicals. By transferring this data onto our WEBCOR CoSHH system we create individual CoSHH’s for each chemical or selection of chemicals, send these to management in your company for approval which then gets sent to your team for acceptance. The workflow is as follows:
- TI creates the CoSHH
- CoSHH is then sent to the company management for approval through our WEBCOR system.
- Once approved, the CoSHH is sent to individual team members or personnel for acceptance through WEBCOR.
- Provided the entire team accepts, the CoSHH is lodged on WEBCOR as approved and accepted.
- Should a new team member arrive, the CoSHH returns to pending acceptance whilst the new team member accepts.
- WEBCOR CoSHH application allows for audit of your team members with remarks found and what can be done to rectfy if required keeping your team safe and business free from the threat of litigation.
Why COSHH – HSE Matters?
Using chemicals or other hazardous substances at work can put people’s health at risk, so the law requires employers to control exposure to hazardous substances to prevent ill health.
They have to protect both employees and others who may be exposed by complying with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) (as amended).
COSHH is a useful tool of good management which sets eight basic measures that employers, and sometimes employees, must take.
Implementing COSHH will help you to assess risks, implement any measures needed to control exposure and establish good working practices.
Effects from hazardous substances range from mild eye irritation to chronic lung disease or, on occasions, death.
- result in lost productivity to your business;
- leave you liable to enforcement action, including prosecution under the COSHH Regulations;
Where are hazardous substances found?
In nearly all work environments:
Effects of hazardous substances Examples of the effects of hazardous substances include:
- Skin irritation or dermatitis as a result of skin contact
- Asthma as a result of developing allergy to substances used at work
- Losing consciousness as a result of being overcome by toxic fumes
- Cancer, which may appear long after the exposure to the chemical that caused it
- Infection from bacteria and other micro-organisms (biological agents)
Use WEBCOR online campaign management system you can now instantly view, manage and monitor your COSHH.