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|First Aid||Display & Presentation||Security|
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This Regulation is a statutory requirement relating to the protection of employees and nonemployees health with respect to workplace activities or operations that involve substances. These regulations are concerned with the toxic effects of substances, not fire risks or explosion etc, as these are covered by other regulations. Failure to comply constitutes a criminal offence under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. Substances hazardous to health can be defined as anything that is a biological agent, labelled as being hazardous to health (i.e. under the CHIP Regulations), included in the list of Exposure Limits, a substantial quantity of dust, anything else which can be hazardous to health.
To comply with COSHH you need to follow these eight steps.
There are also European regulations regarding transport of dangerous goods. Legislation such as the IMDG (International ADR (European Agreement Concerning Maritime Dangerous Goods code), the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road) uses the principles of 'Transport of Dangerous Goods - Model Regulations (Orange Book) 'as the framework for domestic law.
The 'Orange Book' is produced by the United Nations and is an attempt to harmonise the worldwide regulations regarding the transport of dangerous goods.