HSE issues updated guidance for COSHH

HSE issues updated guidance for COSHH

Information on controlling substances hazardous to workers' health has been updated to help businesses comply with legal requirements. 

The HSE has revised its ACoP to clarify and simplify practical advice to help dutyholders comply with the requirements of Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).

The revised guidance is aimed at management, supervisory staff, safety representatives and technical specialists (e.g. occupational hygienists, consultants, etc).

The revisions reflect other ongoing reviews of technical guidance associated with COSHH, e.g. for Local Exhaust Ventilation; and on Health Surveillance, and clarify specialist terminology wherever possible.

 

The revisions follow a period of public consultation and HSE board and ministerial approval.

Information on controlling substances hazardous to workers' health has been updated to help businesses comply with legal requirements. 

 

The HSE has revised its ACoP to clarify and simplify practical advice to help dutyholders comply with the requirements of Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).

 

The revised guidance is aimed at management, supervisory staff, safety representatives and technical specialists (e.g. occupational hygienists, consultants, etc).

 

The revisions reflect other ongoing reviews of technical guidance associated with COSHH, e.g. for Local Exhaust Ventilation; and on Health Surveillance, and clarify specialist terminology wherever possible.

 

The revisions follow a period of public consultation and HSE board and ministerial approval.

Information on controlling substances hazardous to workers' health has been updated to help businesses comply with legal requirements. 
 
The HSE has revised its ACoP to clarify and simplify practical advice to help dutyholders comply with the requirements of Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).
 
The revised guidance is aimed at management, supervisory staff, safety representatives and technical specialists (e.g. occupational hygienists, consultants, etc).
 
The revisions reflect other ongoing reviews of technical guidance associated with COSHH, e.g. for Local Exhaust Ventilation; and on Health Surveillance, and clarify specialist terminology wherever possible.
 
The revisions follow a period of public consultation and HSE board and ministerial approval.
- See more at: http://www.shponline.co.uk/news/latest-news/news/full/hse-issues-updated-guidance-for-coshh#sthash.zjQW1Cls.dpuf
Information on controlling substances hazardous to workers' health has been updated to help businesses comply with legal requirements. 
 
The HSE has revised its ACoP to clarify and simplify practical advice to help dutyholders comply with the requirements of Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).
 
The revised guidance is aimed at management, supervisory staff, safety representatives and technical specialists (e.g. occupational hygienists, consultants, etc).
 
The revisions reflect other ongoing reviews of technical guidance associated with COSHH, e.g. for Local Exhaust Ventilation; and on Health Surveillance, and clarify specialist terminology wherever possible.
 
The revisions follow a period of public consultation and HSE board and ministerial approval.
- See more at: http://www.shponline.co.uk/news/latest-news/news/full/hse-issues-updated-guidance-for-coshh#sthash.zjQW1Cls.dpuf
Information on controlling substances hazardous to workers' health has been updated to help businesses comply with legal requirements. 
 
The HSE has revised its ACoP to clarify and simplify practical advice to help dutyholders comply with the requirements of Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).
 
The revised guidance is aimed at management, supervisory staff, safety representatives and technical specialists (e.g. occupational hygienists, consultants, etc).
 
The revisions reflect other ongoing reviews of technical guidance associated with COSHH, e.g. for Local Exhaust Ventilation; and on Health Surveillance, and clarify specialist terminology wherever possible.
 
The revisions follow a period of public consultation and HSE board and ministerial approval.
- See more at: http://www.shponline.co.uk/news/latest-news/news/full/hse-issues-updated-guidance-for-coshh#sthash.zjQW1Cls.dpuf
Information on controlling substances hazardous to workers' health has been updated to help businesses comply with legal requirements. 
 
The HSE has revised its ACoP to clarify and simplify practical advice to help dutyholders comply with the requirements of Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).
 
The revised guidance is aimed at management, supervisory staff, safety representatives and technical specialists (e.g. occupational hygienists, consultants, etc).
 
The revisions reflect other ongoing reviews of technical guidance associated with COSHH, e.g. for Local Exhaust Ventilation; and on Health Surveillance, and clarify specialist terminology wherever possible.
 
The revisions follow a period of public consultation and HSE board and ministerial approval.
- See more at: http://www.shponline.co.uk/news/latest-news/news/full/hse-issues-updated-guidance-for-coshh#sthash.zjQW1Cls.dpuf

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