Approved Handler Knowledge Training
Next Session:  29 October 2015 - Christchurch (Full)
Future Sessions:
3 December 2015 - Christchurch
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Please contact us to discuss your requirements, in-house courses are available.
Phone now (0800 366 370) to be notified of our next course.

Do you think you need it? Chemsafety can help

  • Chemsafety offers Approved Handler training that covers the substances that you use
    - not all hazardous substances require approved handlers
    - you may be able to manage quantities below the threshold
    discuss your situation with one of Chemsafety’s HSNO specialists
  • Chemsafety approved handler courses address the specific requirements of your substances
  • Chemsafety has been providing approved handler training since 2006, and has two Test Certifiers on staff.
  • Chemsafety open courses include attendees from a variety of industries – users of similar substances are grouped together
  • Training is held in Chemsafety’s new seminar room with catered lunches, or at your premises.
  • Chemsafety’s presenters are chemistry graduates (but we won’t bamboozle you with jargon) with many years experience assessing chemical storage and handling across a broad range of New Zealand workplaces.
  • What about other personnel?
    Those not requiring approved handler training will still benefit from our “general chemical safety and awareness” courses. Don’t forget training is required under the Health & Safety in Employment Act.
  • Other training topics include:
  • Safety data sheets, Exempt laboratory, HSNO for managers, Asbestos awareness, Workplace air quality, Noise. 
    call to discuss tailored courses

NB: Chemsafety can only certify classes 2-5, 6, 8, 9.  We are unable to certify agrichemicals, pesticides, explosives or veterinary medicines.

We welcome your call to discuss how we can help you
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