Chemicals Industries Division of HSE is aware of three relatively recent failures associated with water tube boilers.
This book will help you keep chemicals and other dangerous substances in your warehouse safe and comply with the law, whatever the size of your storage facility.
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Examples of real life situations with Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH).
Mass spectrometry is the most widely used analytical detector in forensic science,industry and research.
The HSE Chair has responded to article in The Daily Telegraph titled ‘Business hopes Government will see the light on EU
This leaflet describes how to control hazardous substances at work so that they do not cause ill health.
Representatives of Britain’s high hazard industries, regulators and the unions have published a set of principles for ‘process safety leadership’
In response to the Buncefield incident, the Major Incident Investigation Board (MIIB) made recommendations to
Working Group on Action to Control Chemicals (WATCH) agendas and minutes are now available for: 23 – 24 October
The carriage of dangerous goods manual has undergone a major revision.
Using chemicals or other hazardous substances at work can put people’s health at risk, causing diseases including
The European legislative dossier on dichloromethane has been updated and is now under implementation.
If you have pre-registered a substance then you will be part of a Substance Information Exchange Forum (SIEF).
If you have registration duties under Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation & restriction of CHemicals (REACH), then you need to know what you should be doing and by when.
Papers and minutes for the meeting of the sub-committee of the Advisory Committee on Toxic Substances
UK REACH CA Steering Committee establishing the process and criteria by which substances can be proposed for
Moves to make health and safety laws easier to understand and comply with take effect from today.
HSE has announced that the Pesticides Safety Directorate (PSD) and the Chemicals Assessment Schemes Unit (CASU) will merge
As from 6 April 2009, HSE is publishing new versions of its approved health and safety poster and leaflet.