NCEC (National Chemical Emergency Centre)

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  • Training

    At NCEC we recognise the importance of chemical safety training. A wide range of regulations govern the safe storage, use and transport of chemicals; and in almost all of them, training is a stipulated requirement. As the UK’s National Chemical Emergency Centre, we enjoy a strong track record in providing training in chemical incident response, chemical safety and in the compliance of legislation and beyond.

  • Training Courses

    Training Courses

    We run a number of open courses each year; if you would like to be kept informed about upcoming training dates, register to receive our two-monthly newsletter.

  • Hazmat 1st Response Training

    Hazmat 1st Response Training

    When a chemical incident occurs, the Emergency Services need to talk to someone about the substance, its hazards and other response issues. They want to get their information from the supplier, distributor or trader and expect a rapid response to their questions in a language they can understand.

  • Chemical Hazard Awareness Training

    Chemical Hazard Awareness Training

    This training has been developed by chemists and chemical industry personnel; it offers a comprehensive understanding of the hazards and risks associated with chemical substances and can be used either as an introduction to the topic or as a refresher for those who may have some familiarity.

  • Chemical Spill Response Training

    Chemical Spill Response Training

    NCEC has a long track record in providing advice and guidance following chemical spills. We have used this experience to design a modular structured course that teaches the theory of spill response with the option of a practical element in your workplace. The modular design of the course allows for easy customisation to fit your exact needs.

  • Making COSHH Assessments Training

    Making COSHH Assessments Training

    The COSHH Regulations place responsibility on employers and employees to control the use of substances hazardous to health, and therefore prevent or reduce the risks of exposure.

  • Training and Preparedness

  • Chemical Spill Response

    Chemical Spill Response

    When a chemical is spilled, someone has to clear it up. This might be the person who spilt it or, possibly, a trained response team. Whoever it is, they should know about the hazards and risks posed by the substances involved, have access to the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow some kind of plan.

  • First Aid for Chemical Exposures

    First Aid for Chemical Exposures

    When working with chemicals, there is always the potential for someone to be exposed to the substance they are working with. Whether by accident or as part of normal routine, chemical exposure may not only cause serious harm to human health, but can also result in lost time, legal action, and health and safety management targets being missed.