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COSHH

New COSHH advice sheets for woodworking

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Child suffered chemical burns

A local authority has been fined after a child was injured by a corrosive substance which had been used in an external area. What should have been done to avoid this situation? More...

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Changes to workplace exposure limits

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

Skin protection advice from the HSE

The HSE has updated its guidance on contact dermatitis and urticaria. Might this apply to your business and, if so, what do you need to do? More...

COSHH

New guidance on soldering

The HSE has issued simplified guidance on the subject of rosin-based solder flux fume. If your staff are involved in soldering work does this apply to you, and if so what’s required? More...

WORKING WITH CHEMICALS

Paint spraying in small doses

If you want to make the occasional patch repair with isocyanate-based spray paints, you need to put in place a few simple precautions. What does the latest official guidance recommend? More...

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

Challenge Panel’s dangerous substances ruling

The HSE’s Myth Busters Challenge Panel recently passed a decision which provides useful clarification for those who store flammable substances. How might you be affected? More...

CHEMICALS

Keep chemicals out of harms way

A fatal accident at a care home has provided a clear reminder about storing chemicals safely and keeping them away from potentially vulnerable individuals. What’s to know? More...

COSHH

The dangers of unmarked containers

H&S HOTSPOTS

The mixing bowl

Last updated: 17.05.2019

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