COSHH and CLP: the impact of adopting the UN’s GHS on COSHH compliance
With the new CLP Regulations now in force, join Alcumus on a forthcoming webinar on Chemical Labelling and the impact on COSHH compliance.
During this 60 minute online event, we will provide some useful guidance on key COSHH obligations, along with an overview of how the UN’s GHS Chemical Labelling affects the classification and communication of hazards, and your legal responsibilities to adjust your management approach to COSHH.
We are also delighted to be joined by John Wilkinson, Health & Safety Manager of Skanska Civil Engineering who will be giving a short case study on how they have built a robust COSHH strategy.
The webinar is free to attend. All you need is access to a web-enabled pc/laptop and a phone! Certificates of attendance (that can be used to claim CPD points where relevant) will be provided to delegates who attend. Should you be unable to attend the live session, we will provide you with access to an on-demand recording after the event.
Key Speaker – Tim Watson, Alcumus Sypol CMS Team Leader
Working as a senior member of the Sypol CMS team, Tim manages new Subscriptions Consultants and is able to fully understand the demands that their job role may place upon them. Tim also plays a key role in the continual improvement of CMS software and Alcumus Group services.
Other areas of Tim’s work includes COSHH walkthrough and fastrack surveys across a wide range of business sectors, and is currently responsible for the management and development of trainee consultants as part of the graduate programme. He also provides targeted support to manufacturers and suppliers through consultation, policy development and training.
Tim has been able to help clients from a range of backgrounds ensure compliance with legislation such as COSHH, REACH and CLP. He has also undertaken advanced REACH Regulation and modern COSHH management training.
Case Study: John Wilkinson, Health & Safety Manager, Skanska Civil Engineering
John is Health & Safety Manager with overview of projects within Skanska Civil engineering. Projects currently include Crossrail, Bond Street, Paddington. London Power Tunnels and the Olympic park. John also develops and delivers various in house training presentations, and is certificated to deliver SMSTS and SSSTS course for Construction Skills.