Personal Harm from Chemicals


Contact with chemicals


Inhalation of chemicals


Ingestion of chemicals

Control Methods:





Personal Protective Clothing

Persons at Risk:

Delete as appropriate




Third Party Contractors


Members of the Public


Emergency Services

Risk Rating:

3 x 3 = 9


Existing Controls:

Insert Details As Introduced

Recommended Controls:

  1. All chemicals are to be assessed before initial use.
  2. All persons handling any chemical are required to refer to the material assessment before the product is used for the first time.
  3. Personal protective clothing detailed by the material assessment is provided and must be worn by all staff at all times when they are handling a hazardous material.
  4. Products which are not on the approved list of chemicals must not be purchased or brought into the business without the prior approval of the Operations Manager.
  5. Chemicals must never be mixed under any circumstances.
  6. Waste must be controlled through being held in sealed bins in the work area and all bins are to be marked to identify their contents.
  7. Specific training should be given to all staff involved in the handling of hazardous materials. This training should establish the definition of a hazardous material.
  8. Hazardous materials must always be kept in their original containers and they must always be kept sealed when they are not being used.
  9. Flammable materials must be held in a locked cabinet when not in use.



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