By the end of the session the trainee should know:
why dangerous substances need to be controlled
what the main requirements of DSEAR are
the basic responsibilities under legislation.
Welcome the trainees. Outline the administrative and domestic arrangements, ie breaks, meals, fire procedures, location of toilets, smoking (vaping) arrangements, phones, messages, etc.
If trainees do not know one another, ask them to give their names and job titles, and to indicate their involvement with dangerous substances.
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