A COSHH risk assessment concentrates on reviewing the risks from hazardous substances in the workplace. All routes of exposure must be identified which may include inhalation, ingestion, absorption, and injection. Employers need to make sure the exposure of their staff to hazardous substances is prevented or adequately controlled.
Our expert team carry out COSHH risk assessments to evaluate the hazards in your workplace and decide on safety measures. We will identify which substances are harmful, who is at risk and how – once the COSHH risk assessment is complete, we will help you to prevent future exposure to employees in your workplace. This could include exploring safer alternatives to hazardous substances or changing certain processes to reduce risks.
To carry out an effective COSHH risk assessment, access to the following is required:
We make sure our industrial and commercial clients across the country are meeting relevant assessment guidelines to make sure your workplace is protected from hazardous substances.
Let us help safeguard your staff – contact us today to find out more about how we can help your business carry out a COSHH risk assessment.
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