online training platform
ChemSM-HUB –3-year project (01/09/2017 – 31/08/2020) created to develop comprehensive training packages for downstream users (DU) and distributors (D) of chemicals involved in Chemical Safety Management (CSM) activities. The project is implemented under the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union by 5 organisations from 4 countries: Poland (Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine), Germany (Oekopol), Greece (Institute of Preventive Medicine, Environmental & Occupational Health – Prolepsis), Romania (Romtens Foundation) and Poland (Lodz University of Technology, Department of Management Systems and Innovation Faculty) and the Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine as a coordinator of the project.
ChemSM-Hub project aims to provide companies dealing with chemicals, mainly downstream users and distributors with a blended (face to face & e-learning) training on Chemical Safety Management covering issues covered by REACH and CLP Regulations. It can also be used for self-study.
The basic tool for the training is ChemSM-HUB website and e-learning platform . Access to both of them is free of charge.
The ChemSM-Hub website provides access to ChemSM-Hub e-learning platform, bibliography, ChemSM-Hub guides, and other materials. E-learning platform contains three modules: Introductory, Basic and Advanced.Each of them contains lectures in ppt, while the basic and advanced modules additionally include exercises. In Bibliography Section the users will find links to the original text of REACH and CLP Regulations and various ECHA guides,while in the Guides Section, pocket guide for DU and D, and guide for trainers “Training Pattern for Trainers”.
The Project is manly targeted at occupational health and safety specialists, employers and employees responsible for chemical safety management (CSM) from DU and D sector as well as state authorities, like sanitary inspection and labor inspection.
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