COSHH assessment for cement

COSHH Assessment Cement
£5.00 + VAT
Format: Microsoft Word
Editable: Yes
Pages: 1

The COSHH assessment for cement details the important areas to consider in managing the risks involved with using cement.


Pre-completed completed by our construction health and safety specialists for a particular activity, the COSHH assessment gives you a good indication of the risks, types of exposure and controls you should be thinking about.

Employers are required to control substances that are hazardous to health, and carry out COSHH risk assessments for substances under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations. Putting in place a suitable COSHH assessment will give you a good idea of the risks your employees are exposed to, the controls currently in place, and further action required to reduce risks.

You may use the assessment as it is, in your business, and can add your company name at the top. However, the assessment is provided as a template and you need to check the assessment is suitable for your work process, making any amendments as required to cover the substance as it used within your organisation.

The document is provided in Office Word format and the document text fields are fully editable to suit your business activities and control measures. Once downloaded you are free to save, edit, print and use the COSHH assessment template within your business for as long as you need it.


» Substance
» Task
» Assessment of Risk
» Significant Hazards
» Code
» Severity
» Comments
» Route of Exposure
» First Aid
» Control Measures
» Current Controls
» Further Action Needed

Price: £5.00

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