TCC (NZ) Ltd has as employees qualified and experienced personnel. These personnel are industrial chemists, EPA test certifiers, and HSNO consultants. The company is based in Auckland and specializes in providing regulatory advice, HSNO consultancy Approved Handler Training and Certification. The company understands that it can be quite hard to achieve chemical compliance, and can be confusing as well. The country’s HSNO regulations seem confusing to many. This is where we come in.
It is our duty to inform your employees and staff about the Hazardous Substance & New Organisms Act of 1996 and to train them well so they can effectively handle hazardous chemicals and substances without any risk to themselves or to their surroundings. This provides them with considerable confidence in their abilities. Training offered by us can be customized accordingly.
Here are some topics with the course covers:
The principles and purpose of the HSNO Act of 1996.
The proper management of hazardous substances of various kinds.
Why do hazardous substances need controlling.
The various effects and properties of hazardous substances.
We Have Different Type Of Courses
Approved Handler Course
There are many industry sectors in which products are created by using hazardous chemicals. Or it may also be that the employees need to handle these chemicals manually before disposing them properly. The crux of the matter here is that your employees need to be knowledgeable and experienced in doing this.
Not all chemicals used in the industry are hazardous or harmful, but some are. Chemicals used differ according to the industry. For instance, in heavy metal manufacturing companies, you can be sure that hazardous substances or chemicals are used in the manufacturing process. It also depends on the kind of process used.
Some industries need to handle various amounts and varieties of chemicals each day. If the quantities are large, there is always a danger of a spill or an unwanted reaction. As such, you need an emergency Response Plan as a backup, apart from NZ compliant safety data sheet. An Emergency Response Plan is a one for conducting damage control.