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Free Webinar Series Continued

Over the next few months we'll be carrying on with our series of free webinars we started in May.  Our team of Consultants will be sharing some of their expertise with you on how to deal with your hazardous substances and what effects they and other substances can have on have on your health.
  1. Emergency Response Spills & Leaks
  2. Minimising Exposure to Hazardous Substances
  3. How to Label Chemicals you Decant
  4. Site Plans for Hazardous Substances
  5. Knowing your training obligations
  6. What you need to know about exposure monitoring
  7. PCBU Obligations for Hazardous Substances
  8. Class 6 & 8 Hazardous Substances

Join us for one or two webinars, or all of them.  The details & registration details for each webinar are below.  We'll post the recordings to our YouTube channel  after each webinar, so follow our channel to get notifications of new content.

If there are any topics you'd like to see included in the series get in touch with us.

Webinar 1

Spills & Leaks
Wednesday 29 July 2020

Do you know what to do if the hazardous substances you use and store begin to spill or they leak?  Join us to discover what you should have in your spill kit, what should be in your emergency response plan and what steps you should take in an emergency situation.  This webinar is suited to all those workplaces that hold hazardous substances on site.

Register Here

Webinar 2

Minimising Exposure to Hazardous Substances
Wednesday 12 August 2020

Hazardous substances are not just chemicals.  Dust, fumes and workplace equipment and processes can also cause us harm.  What are the exposure risks to these hazards?  Learn how an Occupational Hygienist can help and what controls can be put in place.

Register Here

Webinar 3

How to Label Chemicals you Decant
Wednesday 26 August 2020

Do you take chemicals from large containers and put them into a smaller more usable container?  Learn why and how to label those containers properly and what the Regulations say you must do.

Register Here

Webinar 4

Site Plans for Hazardous Substances
Wednesday 9 September 2020 

If you have hazardous substances on your site you should have a site plan showing where they are and where your emergency equipment is located.  Join us to learn why you need a site plan, what’s in a good plan and what other things are useful to include.

Register Here

Webinar 5

Knowing your Training Obligations
Wednesday 16 September 2020

Training; we all know its important for our teams to work safely but if you have hazardous substances on site what do your workers need to know and why?  This webinar will go through the why, the what and the how of training workers for hazardous substances.  

Register Here

Webinar 6 

What you Need to Know About Exposure Monitoring
Wednesday 30 September 2020 

Do you know what to look for within your exposure monitoring programme?  What things do you need to look for in your exposure monitoring and what makes a good report.  Join our Occupational Team Leader, Sam McGee, for an in-depth look at what exposure monitoring should mean to your company.

Register Here

Webinar 7

PCBU Obligations for Hazardous Substances
Wednesday 14 October 2020

As a PCBU do you know exactly what your obligations are in regards to hazardous substances?  Do you have hazardous substances on site but are confused by the Regulations and want someone to outline what you must do in plain English?  Join our free webinar to get an overview of the requirements of the Regulations and what you must do as a PCBU.

Register Here

Webinar 8

Class 6 & 8 Hazardous Substances
Wednesday 28 October 2020 

Hazardous substance classifications 6 & 8 are treated differently in the Regulations.  Learn what substances are included in these classification, what you can and can’t do with them and how to manage them.  

Register Here
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