Ill health is a key focus in the HSE’s strategy for controlling and reducing the number of work-related incidents within the UK. In 2019 alone, the HSE has released a number of initiatives and targeted inspections to try and clamp down on organisations who are not operating compliantly and, more importantly, not effectively protecting the health of their people.
With this in mind, Alcumus Sypol and their COSHH experts will be exhibiting at the Contamination Expo to discuss the current challenges that health and safety professionals face when it comes to COSHH management and how Sypol’s solutions can support those challenges.
What you can expect to learn from the Alcumus Sypol team at the event…
Understanding and monitoring the levels of hazardous substance risk that organisations are exposed to is imperative, so there will be an opportunity to speak to our workplace monitoring services team.
Whether you’re interested in air quality, noise, LEV or HAVS monitoring, our team will be on hand to provide technical advice and guidance on how to protect staff and comply with COSHH exposure legislationVisit stand K29 and book a free telephone monitoring services consultation.
Hazardous substance management is high risk and complex and can often be time-consuming. We’ll be on hand to demonstrate how the new and improved features of our COSHH management software can effectively and simply help organisations manage their COSHH assessments
As well as our core COSHH solutions, we also offer a range of other products that will help organisations have a better understanding of their COSHH risk, such as our COSHH compliance survey and COSHH assessor training courses.
Visit stand K29 and you will receive an exclusive 10% discount on our COSSH assessor training courses.
We look forward to seeing you there and discussing the challenges that health and safety professionals, across all industries, face. Alcumus Sypol has provided market-leading technical solutions to COSHH management for over 40 years, so we’re equipped to help advise and guide the best steps to effectively managing, monitoring and mitigating COSHH risk.