For those who need an in-depth knowledge of chemical safety and management, Chemwatch offers an Accredited Course in Chemicals Management.
The Chemicals Management course offered by Chemwatch is nationally recognised and globally applicable. This holistic course aims to provide comprehensive knowledge and understanding regarding chemical hazard and risk management.
At Chemwatch, we understand just how busy your life can get, which is why we’ve designed a course that fits into your busy schedule. Study in your own time and in the comfort of your home or office. This self-paced online course is delivered through our online eLearning system that allows students to access the course at any time, from anywhere in the world. Learners have six months from the day they sign up to complete the course.
This course follows a step-by-step approach—from the initial identification of hazardous chemicals to the control and management of waste throughout a workplace.
The course looks closely at the processes involved in chemicals management, introducing students to a systematic approach that aims to reduce the risks associated with chemical hazards, across a chemical’s lifecycle.
This approach is supported by the Chemicals Management Cycle of Change. Each section involves:
The units of competency in this course are as follows:
BSBWHS431 – Develop processes and procedures for controlling hazardous chemicals in the workplace.
BSBWHS531 – Implement and evaluate systems of work for managing hazardous chemicals.
BSBWHS308 – Participate in WHS hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control.
NAT10895001 – Manage hazardous chemical waste within a workplace.
For more information about this essential course and to sign up, click here.
If you’d like to know more about chemicals management and/or our Accredited Course in Chemicals Management, get in touch with the Chemwatch team today. In addition to being experts in a range of fields, we have many years’ experience in labelling, Risk Assessment, Heat Mapping, SDS analysis and much more! Please contact us on (03) 9573 3100 or at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can assist you.