Our Specific Hazards, including CoSHH Regulations is a 2- or 3-part modular course. The modules offer specialist training for first aiders and operatives working in environments with specific hazards, e.g. cyanide and hydrofluoric acid.
The course is structured so that it suits both operators and first aiders:
The separate modules allow training to be adapted to any specific hazard, including cyanide and hydrofluoric (HF) acid.
Here's a breakdown of what each module covers:
n.b. operatives and first aiders must sit modules 1 and 2 every three years.
Operators complete a multiple choice paper assessment at the end of module 2. Passing the assessment will reward them with a specific hazard awareness certificate.
Following completion of module 3, first aiders will be assessed using a multiple choice paper and trainer observation. If successful, they will receive a specific hazards awareness certificate and a competency in oxygen therapy, bag and mask.
n.b. module 3 must be retaken annually.
This course does not have set dates but can be booked on request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.