Managing Dangerous Substances in the Workplace

If you handle health-hazardous chemical products at your workplace, comprehensive legislation applies for the registration and documentation of the products. eg. What is required from you as a health and safety professional managing chemical safety, what are the requirements for labels, updating of safety data sheets, risk assesments etc.

DCM Compliance as a partner of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work now offer a free half day seminar that outlines the most important issues in the legislation regarding handling and documentation of chemicals in a few hours. In this workshop we will demonstrate how our system Chemdoc will be able to help your company to control chemical safety.

The content of the seminar will be:

An overview of chemical safety in the workplace and chemical safety legislation.
When a safety data sheet is required and its key elements.
When a workplace chemical risk assessment is required and best practices.
What is the requirement for new CLP colour labels
Requirements for substitution of hazardous chemicals on certain chemicals (candidate list, carcinogens, etc.)
How often do you need to update your safety data sheets.
Training of employees in chemical safety.
Dangerous goods handling and transportation
Your obligations as a HSE professional and your company requirements to staff.
Concrete examples of how this can be solved in Chemdoc
Questions and networking
The free half day seminar will address quality, environment and health and safety personnel in all types of companies that use chemical products for daily tasks, such as manufacturing facilities, government bodies such as county councils and transport groups, third level education facilities etc.

All attendees will also get a free Healthy Workplace Manage Dangerous Substances inforamtion gift pack.

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Event date
October 24, 2018 - October 24, 2018
Event type
  • Conference, congress or forum
City West Hotel
Garters Ln, Saggart, Co. Dublin Saggart
D24 KF8A Dublin
DCM Compliance
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