Law requires that all staff who may come into contact with hazardous materials/substances must receive appropriate training.  COSHH training will allow you to look carefully at the aspects of your operation(s) and then project a safer working environment with regards to COSHH.

There are a large number of companies – when utilizing a search engine - which offer COSHH courses and associated certificates. 

The HSE website offers an wide range of COSHH details available from:
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