Chemical Safety Management PART 1

Chemical Safety Management PART 1

This course covers the basic aspects of dealing with chemicals, including production, transport, storage, use and disposal. It provides a basic approach to problems and solutions concerning safety and health in the use of chemicals at work.

Combining formal lectures and discussions, Chemical Safety Manager PART 1 will give you the skills, confidence and qualifications to:

  • Discuss the legislation (currently and as it develops) and regulations that apply to the use of chemicals in the workplace.
  • Demonstrate a detailed knowledge of the legislation (currently and as it develops) governing the use of chemicals in industry.
  • Explain the safe use of chemicals by reference to chemical safety data sheets and easy identification through proper labelling.
  • Recognise the risk posed by hazardous chemical agents in the workplace.
  • State the technical terms and names used when referring to chemicals and their associated hazards.
  • Display an understanding of the methods of prevention and control of hazardous chemical agents in the workplace.
  • Explain how the emergency procedures and responses are devised to manage an uncontrolled release of chemicals.
  • Implement a management chemical control plan for an organisation that will ensure the safe use of chemicals in the workplace.

Timing

The course will be delivered over five days with 30 hours of lectures. A written examination will be given within a week of completion. Students will need to complete 70 hours of additional work to complete and submit a relevant project within six weeks of the written examination.

On successful completion of a CPD Certificate course you get:

  • 5 ECTS credits
  • CPD Certificate in Chemical Safety Management PART 1 from TU Dublin
  • Add seven more courses to achieve a CPD Diploma in Safety Management at Work
  • Study in your own time – no time limits
  • Choose the subject matter you want to study

Courses can be run in-house (subject to availability)