Solvent cement (Kalsi Plastics) COSHH assessment form
A pre-filled COSHH Assessment form for solvent cement showing ingredients, hazard levels, relevant PPE, health risks, first aid and emergency measures, spillage info and environmental issues and fire details.
This form covering hazards found in solvent cement comes in Word format for you to download and has a section at the top of the first page for you to enter your company name and project details, and a section at the bottom for you sign, print and date.
One of the main benefits of our COSHH Assessment for solvent cement is that it is not in PDF or image format. Instead we have opted for Word documents that are editable. Furthermore, all documents are saved in 97 -2003 format which means that even if you are using an old version of Word or a different editor, you will be able to open and amend the document as you feel fit. The advantage of this is that you can make the document specific to you and your needs by inserting your company name, logo, contract details, site address etc..
And of course, once you purchase this document, it's yours for life to use on as many jobs as you need. If you’re using this site as a guest, just save the document to a file on your computer, or, if you’ve decided to create an account with us, you will have all the guest privileges with the added bonus of having your documents safely stored on our secured servers.
This document is:
- Recognised by local authorities
- Recognised by principal contractors
- Suitable for CDM sites
- Approved by H&S managers
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