Comments are closed. A new distance-learning programme enabling the study of the control ofhazardous substances in the workplace is now available. CoSHH risk assessment 2003 is a new user-friendly multi-media course thatreplicates the original programme, which is usually held at IOSH’s Wigston headoffice, but enables delegates to study at their workplace or home rather thanhaving to travel. The course covers CoSHH regulations, hazard data, CHIP regulations and anumber of other key factors in the control of hazardous substances. It allows amuch greater degree of flexibility, and rather than having to complete it intwo days, you can finish as and when you like. Original course tutor, Geoff Hornby, has teamed up with computer-basedtraining specialists to design the programme, which contains a CD that aims togive the health and safety professional everything they need to gain acomprehensive understanding of CoSHH regulations. The CD, which will require a minimum of Windows 95 to run, also comes with afull copy of lecture notes, copies of both written and practical assessmentsand a videotape to accompany the practical exam. This allows the course contentto be reviewed over and over again. The programme, which can be purchased either on individual or five-personlicences, costs £575+VAT for a one-person licence, or £1,950+VAT for afive-person licence. To purchase a copy of the programme or to take part in the course, contactZoe Whitehead in IOSH’s professional affairs department on 0116 257 3124. Previous Article Next Article New distance learning programmeOn 1 Oct 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.