Back in 2017, we announced that not only was GHT able to provide Fit2Fit accredited fit testing services, we also gained approval from BSiF for our Train the Tester courses in both Qualitative (taste test) and Quantitivate (Portacount ambient particle count) methods. You can read the original article HERE We are proud to announce that last week, we were able to add our long term, loyal employee, Dave Warner to our Fit2Fit portfolio as a Fit2Fit accredited professional. Congratulations Dave! You can find us and Dave listed on the Fit2Fit Directory here: Dave Warner Fit Tester Fit2Fit approved Training Organisation You can find out more or speak to a member of our team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org / 023 92 728040 to discuss options for testing or training services
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”EH40/2005 Workplace Exposure Limits (Fourth edition, published 2020). Containing the List of Workplace Exposure Limits for Use with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (as amended). Approved for use with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003. The latest version of EH40/2005 has been updated to include new and revised workplace exposure limits (WELs) introduced by European Commission Directive (EU) 2017/2398. It will guide those responsible for controlling exposure to hazardous substances at work. ” (source HSE) The WELs listed in Table 1 of EH40/2005 ‘workplace exposure limits’ supersede any WELs contained in other HSE guidance or publications. You can view the updated document online or you can download the PDF EH40/2005 4th Edition 2020
Daily rate £ TBD Portsmouth (With some travel opportunities within the UK) We have an exciting opportunity for experienced, independent lecturers to support us with the delivery of a range of W & P series of BOHS qualifications. You will be given full administrative support and work closely with the training manager to deliver BOHS courses. All equipment is provided for training & practical purposes. Lecturing opportunities available for: W201 – Basic Principles in Occupational Hygiene W501 – Measurement of Hazardous Substances (core) W503 – Assessment and Control of Noise (core) W505 – Control of Hazardous Substances (core) W507 – Health Effects of Hazardous Substances (core) W502 – Assessment and Control of the Thermal Environment P304 – COSHH – Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Qualifications & Experience Either be a qualified Occupational Hygienist- holding BIOH/IOA or hold the respective qualification for the course you teachApproved by BOHS to deliver the respective course* (We can submit your CV to BOHS to review & gain approval)A good working knowledge of the relevant disciplines involved Proficient with Microsoft office packageExperienced lecturer for the respective courseExcellent communications skillsAble to work independently Able to use own initiative and have a flexible approachA level 3 qualification or above in teaching is desirable but not essential Key Responsibilities You will demonstrate personal attributes that are congruent with GHT’s values of Integrity, Respect and Professionalism. You shall be representing Gully Howard Technical, delivering the company course material at our Portsmouth centre and off-site at various client locations within the UK as agreed on a case by case basis. GHT will provide access to all intellectual property & materials required to deliver training as required. You will be audited once every 2 years and will work with GHT regarding half-yearly reviews of training success rates, to ensure that our delegates success rates remain positive and above average. We provide lunches and refreshments for all on-site courses here in Portsmouth. To find out more contact Kirsty Phillips on email@example.com or apply via our training website: https://training.ghtechnical.com/contact/
Check out this image of one of our most recent, and most unusual asbestos finds! This drinks coaster was identified by one of our surveyors, who spotted it, sat on a coffee table, ready for use! Asbestos was used for many things in the past due to its heat and fire-resistant properties. This is a use we havent come across before! It just goes to show that it really can be found anywhere!
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