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COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) Health and Social Care Specific

Pack contains presentations, handouts and end of session assessments. You will be able to use the pack as it is or mix and match the slides to make up your own training sessions. Assessments can be amended to suit the audience and your particular training scenario. The pack is health and social care specific and includes contamination procedures and cleaning methods (PowerPoint 4).

PowerPoint Presentation 1 – Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Overview

34 slide teaching presentation with handout and end of session assessment(printable Word Documents).

Slide Titles:

  • Aims and Objectives, Introduction, COSHH and the Link to HSWA, What is COSHH?, COSHH Assessments, A COSHH Assessment, COSHH Assessments, COSHH and Biological Agents, COSHH Regulations Exclusions, Key Definitions, What is a Hazardous Substance?, Hazardous Substance Definition (1), How Can It Be Hazardous?, Hazardous Substance Definition (2), Hazardous Substance Definition (3), Hazardous Substances – HSE, Effects of Exposure to Hazardous Substances, Employer Responsibilities (4 slides), MHSWR Regulations 11,13 and COSHH Regulation 12, Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998, MHSWR Regulation 9, COSHH Regulation 13, MHSWR Regulation 6, COSHH Regulation 11 (2 slides), Employee Responsibilities, MHSWR Regulation 6, COSHH Regulation 11, References

PowerPoint Presentation 2 – COSHH and Biological Agents

56 slide teaching presentation with handout  and end of session assessment (printable Word Documents).

Slide Titles:

  • Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (2 slides), Biological Agent Definition, Hazard Groups, Hazard Groups 1 and 2, Hazard Groups 3 and 4, Viral Hazards, Body Fluids other than Blood, HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus 2 slides), Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) (2 slides), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), Hepatitis D Virus (HDV), GB Virus-Type C (Hepatitis G Virus), Hepatitis B Immunisation (2 slides), Risk of Transmissions of BBVs, Risk of Transmissions of BBVs – HIV, Risk of Transmissions of BBVs, Precautions Against Exposure to BBVs, General Measures to Reduce the Risk (3 slides), What is a Sharp?, Safe Handling and Disposal of Sharps, Disposal of Sharps, Latex Uses in Health Care, Latex Issues, Type 1 Allergic Reaction, Type IV Allergic Reaction, Latex Risk Assessment (2 slides), Gloves in Health and Social Care Settings (2 slides), Waste Disposal, Infectious Waste (2 slides), Waste Disposal, Waste Policy and Risk Assessment (2 slides), Controlled Waste Regulations 1992, Special Waste, Waste Disposal, References.

PowerPoint Presentation 3 – COSHH Risk Assessment Process Steps to Take

57 slide teaching presentation with printable Word document handout.

Slide Titles:

  • Aims and objectives – Introduction - COSHH and the Link to HSWA - What is COSHH? - COSHH Assessments - A COSHH Assessment - COSHH Assessments - COSHH and Biological Agents - COSHH Regulations Exclusions - Key Definitions - What is a Hazardous Substance? -Hazardous Substance Definition (1) - How Can It Be Hazardous? - Hazardous Substance Definition (2) - Hazardous Substance Definition (3)- Hazardous Substances – HSE - Effects of Exposure to Hazardous Substances – Identifying Hazardous Substances in Care Homes (2 slides) - Care Homes (Special Note) – CHIP - CHIP and European Directives - CHIP and CLP Regulation - Old CHIP Classifications - New International Classifications - Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)(2 slides) - Material Safety Data Sheet Sections - Workplace Exposure Limits (WELs)(2 slides) – COSHH Steps to Take  Step 1 - Step 1 (Continued) Substances Used Directly in the Workplace (2 slides) - Step 1 (Continued) - COSHH Steps to Take Step 2 - Step 2 (Continued) - COSHH Steps to Take Step 3 - Step 3 (Continued) - COSHH Steps to Take Step 4 - COSHH Steps to Take Step 5 - COSHH Steps to Take Step 6 - COSHH Steps to Take Step 7 - COSHH Steps to Take  Step 8 - Step 8 (Continued) - Procedures for Staff (Substances) - Procedures for Staff  (Hazards)- Handling and Storage - Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - References

PowerPoint 4 – Management of Blood and Bodily Fluids

70 slide teaching presentation with handout and end of session assessment (printable Word documents).

Slide Titles:

  • Aims and objectives – Introduction – Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994 (2 slides) - Blood Bourne Viruses (3 slides) - How BBVs are Spread in the Workplace (2 slides) - Responsibilities of the Manager (7 slides) - Preventing or controlling risk (2 slides) - Employee basic precautions (3 slides) - Responsibilities of Staff (2 slides) - Why manage blood and body fluid spillages? - Who should manage spillages? – Risk Levels (Cleaning) - COSHH assessments – chemical disinfectants - Spillage kits – healthcare settings -Categories According to Risk (Low Risk) – Low Risk Cleaning Methods (2 slides) - Chlorine releasing agents (3 slides) - Chlorine concentrations - Chlorine releasing preparations - Preparation for dealing with spillages (4 slides) - Spillage of Blood/Blood Stained Fluids (Impervious Floors and Surfaces 2 slides) - Spillages on Carpets (2 slides) - Spillage of Low Risk Fluids (e.g. Urine, Faeces, Vomit) onto Any Flooring or Surface (2 slides) - Waste disposal – Human Hygiene Waste - Incident reporting – RIDDOR – Contamination Procedures (2 slides) – First Aid Staff – Training (2 slides) - References

Word Documents

  • 5 Handouts
  • 3 End of Session Assessments
  • 1 Risk Assessment Sample Template

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