Hazardous Chemical Substances Course

Course Objectives

The aim of the Advantage ACT HCS course is to equip the candidate with knowledge and skill to understand the legal and practical context of the Hazardous Chemical Substances regulation and the application thereof in the working environment.

Course Outcomes

At the end of this course, with the use of the relevant course documentation and facilitator material, the candidate will be able to:

  • Identify, discuss, explain and participate in a HCS Program in the working environment.
  • Identify information on chemicals.
  • Explain and interpret Material Safety Data Sheets.
  • Perform a basic risk assessment.
  • Discuss biological monitoring of exposed employees.
  • Select Personal protective Equipment and discuss facilities.
  • Classify substances.
  • Discuss training needs and requirements.
  • Discuss the duties of people exposed to HCS.
  • Explain biological monitoring of exposed employees.
  • Identify records identify control measures.
  • Participate in labelling, packaging, transporting and storage requirements
  • What are special measures?
  • Identify disposal requirements of HCS..

Target Group

  • This is a specialist course for employees dealing with HCS, laboratory employees and personnel involved in the ordering, transportation, storage and operation of these chemicals.


  • Working experience in the Hazardous Chemical Substances Field.


This course is presented in English.

Learning Material

Delegates will use the Hazardous Chemical Substance course manual.

Certification & Assignment

After completion of the course the learners will be issued with a  Certificate Attendance.



Additional Course Info: 

Contact Details

Contact Person: 

Wafeeya Ellimdin
Contact: Advantage ACT
Course Details


2 CPD Credits

Course Delivery Method: 

In Class In Class

Presented Presented Courses

In House In-House

Course Duration: 

1 Day

Course fee Includes: 

After completion of the course the learners will be issued with an electronic certification