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AOSH UK Level 2 Award in COSHH2021-09-15T21:51:55+00:00

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AOSH UK Level 2 Award in COSHH

The Level 2 Award in Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH ) Risk Assessment aims to provide supervisors and employees with an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the COSHH risk assessment process.

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The Level 2 Award in Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH ) Risk Assessment aims to provide supervisors and employees with an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the COSHH risk assessment process and the skills required to undertake a suitable and sufficient risk assessment. This includes workplaces in areas such as manufacturing, cleaning, healthcare, transport, utilities, and office environments.

How long will it take?

Delivery would typically be through a 1-day training course or 2 half-day training sessions (9 hours).

Learning Outcome

These include the law relating to hazardous substances in the workplace, how risk assessments contribute to the safe use of hazardous substances in the workplace and the precautions and procedures necessary to ensure that risks associated with hazardous substances are properly controlled.

Certificate validity

The Level 2 Award in COSHH is valid for a period of three years.

Where can this course taken?

Through any AOSH UK approved training centre (ATC)

Assessment method

This qualification is assessed by Multi Choice Questions (MCQ). To Awarded this qualification the Learner must achieve a percentage pass in the MCQ.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How do you become a lead auditor?2021-09-13T21:37:03+00:00

You will need to seek out certification training from a personnel certification body and perform the required auditing time via shadowing other auditors. Lead auditor certification generally requires tertiary education plus two years of work experience as a lead auditor in training.

What is an ISO lead auditor?2021-09-13T21:36:45+00:00

The ISO 9001 Lead Auditor training enables you to develop the necessary expertise to perform a Quality Management System (QMS) audit by applying widely recognized audit principles, procedures, and techniques.

Is the lead auditor course useful?2021-09-13T21:36:27+00:00

Becoming a lead auditor, or even taking the lead auditor training, can fulfill many purposes. Along with being a necessary requirement to become a certification auditor, it can also help you as an internal auditor.

What are the 3 types of audits?2021-09-13T21:36:10+00:00

There are three main types of audits: external audits, internal audits, and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audits. External audits are commonly performed by Certified Public Accounting (CPA) firms and result in an auditor’s opinion which is included in the audit report.

Who hires internal auditors?2021-09-13T21:35:53+00:00

Internal auditors are hired by the company, while external auditors are appointed by a shareholder vote. Internal auditors are employed to educate management and staff about how the business can function better.

What are the 7 principles of auditing?2021-09-13T21:35:36+00:00

The ISO 19011:2018 Standard includes seven auditing principles:

  • Integrity.
  • Fair presentation.
  • Due to professional care.
  • Confidentiality.
  • Independence.
  • Evidence-based approach.
  • Risk-based approach.
What is safety in oil and gas?2021-09-13T21:31:56+00:00

Safety and health management is one of the vital constituents of Oil and Gas industry activities because most of the operational conditions, chemicals, and end products (hydrocarbons and other compounds) associated with Oil and Gas production are well-known to pose serious safety and health threats to the workers.

What is the importance of safety?2021-09-13T21:31:36+00:00

A safe and healthy workplace not only protects workers from injury and illness, but can also lower injury/illness costs, reduce absenteeism and turnover, increase productivity and quality, and raise employee morale. In other words, safety is good for business. Plus, protecting workers is the right thing to do.

What are the dangers of the oil and gas industry?2021-09-13T21:31:10+00:00

Explosions and Fires. Workers in the oil and gas industries face the risk of fire and explosion due to the ignition of flammable vapors or gases. Flammable gases, such as well gases, vapors, and hydrogen sulfide, can be released from wells, trucks, production equipment, or surface equipment such as tanks and shale shakers.

What are the hazards in the oil and gas industry?2021-09-13T21:30:49+00:00

The Top 5 Occupational Hazards in the Oil & Gas Industry

  • Vehicle Collisions. One of the most dangerous places for workers, especially in Oil and Gas, isn’t on-site– it’s on the road. …
  • Struck-By, Caught-In, Caught-Between
  • Explosions and Fire
  • Falls
  • Confined Spaces
How can you stay safe in the oil and gas industry?2021-09-13T21:30:13+00:00

10 Safety Tips For Oil & Gas Industry Workers

  • Collaborate With The Local Emergency Response Community. …
  • Invest In A Safety Program That Unites Workers. …
  • Actively Monitor Mental Health Of Workers. …
  • Ensure Familiarity With Worksites. …
  • Consistent Housekeeping. …
  • Implement A 5S System. …
  • Install An In-Vehicle Monitoring System (IVMS)
  • Provide Clear Visual Communication
  • Reassess Safety Signage When Projects Shift
  • Stay On Top Of Machine Maintenance
How do you define the general industry?2021-09-13T21:21:22+00:00

General industry can be broadly defined as any industry that falls under the OSHA Standard for General Industry, Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910. It is generally accepted that these places of business are static in nature and do not include agriculture, construction, and maritime industries.

What is included in the general industry?2021-09-13T21:21:22+00:00

OSHA uses the term “general industry” to refer to all industries not included in agriculture, construction, or maritime. General industries are regulated by OSHA’s general industry standards, directives, and standard interpretations.

What is the difference between construction and general industry?2021-09-13T21:21:22+00:00

OSHA defines “construction work” as work for construction, alteration, and/or repair, including painting and decorating. General Industry refers to any industry not included in construction, maritime, or agriculture. It includes (but is not limited to): health care, manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, and retail.

What are the general industry standards called?2021-09-13T21:21:22+00:00

OSHA standards appear in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The OSHA standards are broken down into Parts: Part 1910 is known as the General Industry Standards; Some of the types of industries covered by the General Industry standards are manufacturing, the service sector, and health care.

What are the 7 basic general industry safety rules?2021-09-13T21:21:23+00:00

General Precautions

  • Your safety is your personal responsibility.
  • Always follow the correct procedures.
  • Never take shortcuts.
  • Take responsibility and clean up if you made a mess.
  • Clean and organize your workspace.
  • Ensure a clear and easy route to emergency exits and equipment.
  • Be alert and awake on the job.
What is construction safety?2021-09-13T21:21:23+00:00

As the name implies, construction safety involves implementing rules, regulations, and safeguards at construction sites to keep workers safe from injury and harm. There are countless hazards that could cause serious injury or death unless the proper precautions are taken.

Why is construction safety important?2021-09-13T21:21:23+00:00

Historically, construction workers suffer more fatal and nonfatal injuries than other industries. … Appropriate measures should be taken to improve safety at the site in order to prevent loss of limbs and life, suffering, and damage from preventable accidents.

How important is safety?2021-09-13T21:21:23+00:00

A safe and healthy workplace not only protects workers from injury and illness, it can also lower injury/illness costs, reduce absenteeism and turnover, increase productivity and quality, and raise employee morale. In other words, safety is good for business. Plus, protecting workers is the right thing to do.

What are the top 10 safety risks in construction?2021-09-13T21:21:23+00:00
  • Working at Height
  • Moving Objects
  • Slips, Trips, & Falls
  • Noise
  • Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome
  • Material & Manual Handling
  • Collapse
  • Asbestos
  • Airborne Fibres & Materials – Respiratory Diseases
  • Electricity
What are the most important safety rules in construction?2021-09-13T21:21:23+00:00
  • Always wear your seatbelt when in a vehicle or heavy equipment.
  • Always inspect equipment and tools.
  • Always use fall protection when working at heights.
  • Stay of out the blind spots of heavy equipment.
  • Never put yourself in the line of fire.
  • Utilize proper housekeeping measures to keep work areas clean.
  • Make sure chemicals are properly labeled and stored.
  • Communicate hazards to others.
  • Stop work when needed to address hazards.
What are Health and Safety Regulations?2021-09-10T14:13:01+00:00

Health and Safety Regulations are made under the Health and Safety at Work Act, usually to regulate specific hazards, such as lead, asbestos, pressure equipment, hazardous substances, noise, etc.

What is a ‘Workplace Risk Assessment’?2021-09-10T14:13:01+00:00

Workplace risk assessment is a logical analysis of the hazards present in your work and the safeguards adopted to control the risk, to make sure that no harm can arise.

Generally, risk assessments must be written down if you employ five or more people.

What accidents must I report?2021-09-10T14:13:01+00:00

1. Any accident resulting in more than three days off work.

2. Any dangerous incident, whether it involves injury or not (collapse of scaffold, contact with overhead lines, failure of lifting gear, etc).

Do I really need a written Health and Safety Policy ?2021-09-10T14:13:01+00:00

By law, any person, business or undertaking that employs five or more people must have a written Health and Safety Policy.

What should be included in a Health & Safety Policy?2021-09-10T14:13:01+00:00

1. A statement of aims, to the effect that your business will meet established health and safety standards.

2. A description of how the business is organised, and who has responsibility for different aspects of health and safety.

3. A description of the procedures and arrangements to ensure that work is conducted safely and without risk to health.

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