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  • Big Bear ConfectioneryConfectionery Manufacturer

    Sunningdale Road, BraunstoneLeicester, Leicestershire LE3 1UE

  • Overview & Objectives – COSHH+

    COSHH+

    The training and support system unique to Selden Research.

    Provides COSHH / H&S awareness and guidance tailored to products in use at a given site.

    Offers a product overview to help users understand the chemicals applications, appropriate usage, PPE requirements and any other additional important factors.

    This document provides additional information regarding the Selden product range in use on your site.

    The contents of this document are here to support training or to be utilised as a reference for future use. Essential product information for each product is included, along with ‘best practice’ guidance for handling cleaning chemicals. An overview of COSHH is included.

    Please note, this document does not replace the proper and essential role of good training in the workplace. The employer is ultimately responsible for the welfare of their staff and this document should not be considered as a substitution for that training.

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 2 of 23

  • C.O.S.H.H.

    Control of Substances Hazardous to Health

    Aim of COSHH?

    To protect people against risks to their health, whether immediate or delayed, from substances hazardous to health arising from a work activity

    COSHH is a legal objective and requirement. It is there to enforce and raise safety standards in the workplace. It is there to reduce the frequency and severity of accidents involving chemicals and other hazardous substances.

    COSHH is based on identifying the hazard of a substance and then determining the risk…

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 3 of 23

  • C.O.S.H.H. – Who is Responsible?

    Everyone!

    SupplierClassify and label products in accordance to government regulations

    Ensure correct product

    labelling

    Display (if applicable)

    hazard warning symbols

    Provide Safety Data

    Sheets

    EmployerEnsure health & safety in workplace, primary responsibility for implementing COSHH

    Carry out Risk

    Assessments

    Provide information and

    training

    Implement Control

    Measures (procedures)

    EmployeeMust protect themselves and others in the workplace

    Comply with employer’s

    control measures

    (procedures)

    Use safety equipment and

    protective clothing

    Know safety precautions

    Adopt good practice for safe

    handling of chemicals

    Report any spillages,

    accidents and concerns

    If in doubt – ASK!

    COSHH is everyone’s responsibility. We are all responsible for complying with COSHH. COSHH falls under the scope of the Health and Safety at Work act.

    Ignorance of the law is no defence and should your actions (or inaction) cause an accident you could be charged with anything from negligence to manslaughter.

    Therefore, it is important that you fully understand your responsibility –not only to ensure your safety and your colleagues safety, but also to avoid falling foul of the law.

    This may all sound rather alarming. Thankfully, it is really very, very simple to stay legal and stay safe…

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 4 of 23

  • Hazards and Risks?

    A Hazard

    Is the potential of a substance to cause you harm

    A Risk

    Is the likelihood that it will harm you in use, this

    depends on :

    • the hazard

    • how it is used

    • how it is controlled

    • who is exposed, to how much, for how long

    • what they are doing• what they are doing

    Consider a hazardous chemical such as an oven cleaner. This is a very strong chemical and will clearly be labeled as such. It has the potential to cause harm if it is splashed onto the skin or into the eyes.

    We need a strong product to properly and effectively clean the oven, so we cannot mitigate or reduce the hazard of the task. However, we can manage the risk better, By ensuring we wear gloves to protect our skin and goggles to protect the eyes we reduce the risk of suffering harm.

    COSHH is all about identifying the hazards and managing the risks…

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  • The Golden Rules of Chemical Safety

    Think SAFETY!

    ALWAYS treat all chemicals with respect - familiarity can breed complacency.

    AVOID personal contact with chemicals. Protect the skin and eyes. Avoid swallowing / inhaling.

    ALWAYS wear protective equipment. Use eye protection, gloves, protective workwear, etc.

    ALWAYS obey instructions supplied with the chemicals - Refer to labels & safety literature.

    ALWAYS replace closures on containers.

    ALWAYS store chemicals correctly.ALWAYS store chemicals correctly.

    ALWAYS ensure that safe systems of work are implemented whenever chemicals are handled.

    ALWAYS know the emergency first aid procedures.

    Pay attention to the particular hazards of individual chemicals. eg corrosives.

    AND

    NEVER indulge in horseplay.

    NEVER smoke, eat or drink near chemicals: use only designated areas.

    NEVER mix chemicals unless specialised knowledge is available.

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 6 of 23

  • DPD - the old CHIP symbolsyou will still see these symbols! Although all new products will have the CLP labels, it is highly likely that you will still have old style labelled products on site and will continue to receive them for some time. Therefore - it is important you are still able to recognise the old symbols.

    CLP - Chemical Labelling and PackagingDPD - Dangerous Preparations Directive

    On June 1st 2015 the labelling of chemicals radically changed. The way products have their safety information presented was changed and - more importantly - the way the calculations are done to determine a products hazard changed too. The most obvious change for you is to the hazard symbols.

    Manufacturers are no longer legally permitted to produce products with ‘old’ DPD labels.

    Product already manufatured and in the marketplace can still be sold. In other words, distributors of these products can continue to supply DPD labelled stock for a further two years (until June 1st 2017).

    Consumer/end-users of the product do not have any timescales. You may continue

    whilst the product is still ‘in date’).

    Irritant (Xi)

    the skin or other mucous membranes.

    This symbol covers a wide range of (sometimes relatively minor) hazards - with precautions such as avoid contact with the skin, do not breathe, etc Anyone using an irritant substance should wear eye protection such as goggles, and they should take care to wash any spills off their skin immediately.

    Harmful (Xn)Chemicals that may cause damage to health.

    Again, this is quite a wide ranging category. Anyone using a harmful substance should wear eye protection such as goggles, and they should take care to wash any spills off their skin immediately – or better still, reduce the risk of contact by wearing appropriate work wear and gloves.

    Corrosive (C)May, on contact, cause destruction of living tissue or burns.

    Can attack and destroy skin, eyes etc. Concentrated solutions of strong acids would be labelled with the corrosive symbol. Concentrated solutions of strong alkalis would also be labelled this way. Anyone using a corrosive substance should wear gloves and eye protection, such as goggles or a face shield.

    Toxic (T)Chemicals that at low levels cause damage to health.

    Anyone using a toxic or very toxic chemical would need to take great care. They should wear gloves and eye protection, and they may wear a mask over their mouth and nose or handle the chemical in well ventilated or specialist conditions.

    Very Toxic (T+)Chemicals that at very low levels cause damage to health.

    Only a handful of actual cleaning chemicals fall under this category. This symbol is more often seen on aerosol

    Aerosols will always carry a warning about avoiding sources of ignition, direct sunlight and heat.

    Highly Flammable (F)

    Extremely Flammable (F+)

    air, only need brief contact with an ignition

    Oxidising (O)Chemicals that react exothermically with other chemicals.This sort of chemical is extremely rare in cleaning. Oxidising chemicals are materials that spontaneously evolve oxygen at room temperature or with slight heating, or that promote combustion. To be kept away

    Dangerous for the Environment (N)Chemicals that may present an immediate or delayed danger to one or more components of the environment.

    A rarity in the Selden product range. Selden have a very

    powerful bactericidal products often carry this symbol as

    Explosive (E)Chemicals that explode.

    We know of no cleaning chemical that bears this symbol. If we discover one – we will avoid using it! This sort of chemical requires an ignition source (such

    that movement alone could trigger it!

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 7 of 23

  • CLP - understanding the changenot just a hazard symbol! The hazard symbols are not to be viewed on their own - they must be assessed in conjunction with the other safety information presented on the label.Hazard Symbol(s)New CLP icon highlighting the hazards applicable to the product. These

    symbols are to draw your attention and instruct you to read the additional hazard information text.

    Signal WordHighlights the severity of the hazard (“Warning” or “Danger”)

    Hazard StatementsThese replace the old CHIP risk (R) phrases. This is key information and

    Precautionary StatementsReplace the old CHIP safety (S) phrases. These are the instructions that must be followed. These phrases state what you must do, what PPE is required, any additional control measures. In addition these phrases can tell what to do in the event of accidental exposure, how to store the product and how to dispose of it.

    CLP - Chemical Labelling and Packaging

    The new hazard symbol shave been adopted Europe wide on the 1st June 2015. These symbols are part of

    eventually be standard across the world.

    It is important to understand that the change is not simply a different hazard icon.

    Not all ‘irritant’ products will become ‘exclamation’. Some products that were previously irritant may now be classed as corrosive.

    Indeed, some previously unclassifed

    Exclamation MarkHealth Hazard / Hazardous to the ozone layer

    FlameFlammable

    CorrosionCorrosive

    Health HazardSerious health hazard

    Skull and CrossbonesAcute toxicity

    Flame over circleOxidising

    Exploding bombExplosive

    Gas cylinderGas under pressure

    the symbolsthere are nine new symbolswe have shown the symbols that they are replacing - but remember, this isnt just a simple change of icon!

    EnvironmentHazardous to the environment

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  • Products in Use : Hazards

    FH61 : QUICK SCRUB

    FH13 : ALKA-PHOAM FH24 : CAUS-LINE FH42 : TW UNIVERSAL FH51 : PRO-DIS FH71 : PRO-FLOOR FH84 : SANI-WASH

    none of the products in use are in this category

    none of the products in use are in this category

    none of the products in use are in this category

    none of the products in use are in this category

    none of the products in use are in this category

    none of the products in use are in this category

    none of the products in use are in this category

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 9 of 23

  • PPE : Personal Protection Equipment

    You must make full use of any Personal Protective Equipment which is provided for your use. If you are in any doubt over the correct PPE required for a given task then ASK!

    Never overlook your overalls as a means of protection. They may seem pretty flimsy but they can protect you from all sorts of potential hazards. Be sure to use them as intended, not with the sleeves rolled up to clean an oven, for example. And don’t forget to change them immediately if any chemical is spilled on them.

    Gloves and gauntlets will give excellent protection of hands and forearms, even if you do find them uncomfortable to wear.

    “understanding and

    utilising safety

    equipment.”

    Goggles are essential when handling any chemical which could spill or splash. You only get one pair of eyes, so look after them.

    In some situations it may be necessary to wear some protection on your feet. This may be the case if you are washing down a waste disposal area, and run the risk of walking through a solution of water and chemicals.

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  • First Aid

    EyesRinse immediately with plenty of water, holding the eyelids open and seek medical advice immediately if corrosive, irritant or caustic products, for all other classifications seek medical advice if effects persist.

    InhalationRemove from source of vapour or spray mist and seek medical advice.

    SkinWash thoroughly, (for corrosive, irritant or caustic products seek medical advice)

    “accidents can happen –

    take the correct actions

    immediately.”

    IngestionRemove product from mouth, Never induce vomiting, if conscious give plenty of water or milk to drink and seek medical advice..

    In the event of medical advice being sought, we strongly suggest giving the material safety datasheet to the medical practitioner. You should be aware of where the MSDS are retained on your site. In fact, we would recommend keeping a photocopy in each cleaning cupboard/store for ease and speed of access.

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 11 of 23

  • Product Information

    FH13

    ALKA-PHOAM alkaline hi-foam cleaner

    Alka-pHoam is a specially formulated general purpose, foam cleaner suitable for use on soft metals. It is formulated for daily use in the food, beverage, and dairy industries. Recommended for cleaning floors, walls, cutting tables, conveyors and other processing equipment.rinse surfaces thoroughly after use and within 1 hour. Suitable for use with a wide range of foam application equipment.

    Product Hazards

    Required PPE (for handling)

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 12 of 23

  • Product Information

    FH24

    CAUS-LINE highly alkaline CIP cleaner

    Caus-Line is a specially formulated caustic low foaming cleaner for heavy duty and periodic cleaning use within the food, beverage, and dairy industries. Caus-Line is a blend of caustic, organic sequestrants and low foaming surfactants/wetting agents. Caus-Line is highly effective at removing heavy and baked-on soiling including animal and vegetable fats, starch, and proteins. It is ideal for use as a CIP cleaner where an effective non foaming product is desired. It is also recommended for the daily cleaning of oil fryers, ovens, and smoke chambers as well as for the periodic cleaning of heavy soil accumulations on floors, conveyors and other heavy equipment- Heavy duty caustic cleaner - Low foaming formulation - Penetrates even thick and carbonised soil - Ideal for soak tank cleaning rinsing, prevents spotting on bottles caused by water hardness - Suitable for use with automatic dosing control units - Helps detergency, rust, aluminium and label removal in bottle washing applications. - Inhibits scale build up and prevents nozzle blockage improving efficiency and cleaning effectiveness - Helps to reduce maintenance costs and down time Use Caus-Line at concentrations between 0.4-10% v/v at temperatures ranging from ambient to 80°C depending on the type and degree of soiling and allowed contact time. For specific details, please refer to individual task cards. Caus-Line when applied at the recommended concentrations is suitable for use on all grades of stainless steel commonly found in the food processing industry. It is unsuitable for use on soft metals such as aluminium and galvanised materials. Always rinse surfaces thoroughly after use and within 1 hour. In the event of any uncertainty it is advisable to evaluate individual materials before any prolonged use.

    Product Hazards

    Required PPE (for handling)

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 13 of 23

  • Product Information

    FH42

    TW UNIVERSAL alkaline tray wash

    TW Universal is a specially formulated alkaline low foaming machine/ tunnel wash detergent for use as a tray or warewash detergent in all water conditions. It is a highly concentrated detergent for high soil and low tannin levels TW Universal is an advanced formulated machine wash detergent with a unique blend of detergents for accelerated soil removal. Active de-foamers work in the toughest of conditions, whilst progressive corrosion inhibitors protect washer parts. It is especially effective in hard water areas. TW Universal is part of Selden's new and unique range of machine-washing detergents, offering performance and economy for all soil type and all water conditions. Heavy duty alkaline machine-wash detergent Low foaming formulation Effective cleaning even at very low dilutions Use TW Universal at concentrations between 0.5-2% v/v depending on the type and degree of soiling, temperature, and allowed contact time. For specific details, please refer to individual task cards. TW Universal when applied at the recommended concentrations is suitable for use on all grades of stainless steel commonly found in the food processing industry. It is not safe for use on soft metals such as aluminium. In the event of any uncertainty, it is advisable to evaluate individual materials before any prolonged use.

    Product Hazards

    Required PPE (for handling)

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 14 of 23

  • Product Information

    FH51

    PRO-DIS food plant disinfectant.

    Pro-Dis is a specially formulated disinfectant for daily cleaning use in food, beverage and dairy industries. Pro-Dis is effective in killing a broad spectrum of Gram-ve and Gram +ve bacteria at very low concentrations. Pro-Dis is an advanced blend of quaternary ammonium biocides and amphoteric surfactant to produce a broad spectrum of killing power. Powerful bactericidal action Highly concentrated Passes EN1276, EN13704, EN14475, EN14476, EN1650 Effective against Gram+ve and Gram-ve bacteria 5 minute contact timeUse Pro-Dis at dilutions from 1-10% v/v depending on temperature and allowable contact time. Rinse thoroughly after use. For specific details, please refer to individual task cards. Pro-Dis when applied at the recommended concentrations is suitable for use on most materials used within food process plants.any uncertainty it is advisable to evaluate individual materials before any prolonged use.

    Product Hazards

    Required PPE (for handling)

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 15 of 23

  • Product Information

    FH61

    QUICK SCRUB multi-purpose cleaner

    Quick Scrub is a specially formulated versatile multipurpose cleaner/ detergent for daily use in the f00d, beverage and dairy industries.neutral in pH making it ideal as a manual cleaning detergent for any surface. It is highly concentrated making it extremely economical in use.is ideal for cleaning utensils, cleaning equipment and tools, walls, floors and machine surfaces. Its mild formulation will not harm soft metals or seals.

    For general purpose cleaning Quick Scrub can be diluted from 1 part to 500 parts water to 1 part to 100 parts water (0.2%-soilage and cleaning method.

    Product Hazards

    Required PPE (for handling)

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 16 of 23

  • Product Information

    FH71

    PRO-FLOOR scrubber drier detergent

    Pro-Floor is a specially formulated scrubber drier detergent designed for the demands of the food, beverage, and dairy industries.Pro-Floor is an advanced blend of the latest non ionic and amphoteric surfactants, alkaline builders, water softeners and a water soluble solvent. Pro-Floor is highly effective at removing the toughest grease and grime. Pro-Floor is formulated to be low foaming and is perfect for use in all types of scrubber driers. It is ideal for cleaning large warehouses where its rapid grease cutting ability ensures that only one pass of the machine is required. The product is unperfumed ensuring that it will not taint when used within the food manufacturing environment.Heavy duty cleaner Low foam formulation Effective grease cutting Non tainting, unperfumed formulation Use Pro-Floor at concentrations between 1.25-2% v/v depending on the type and degree of soiling. For specific details, please refer to individual task cards. Pro-Floor when applied at the recommended concentrations is suitable for use on all types of floor commonly found within the food and beverage industry. In the event of any uncertainty it is advisable to evaluate individual materials before any prolonged use.

    Product Hazards

    Required PPE (for handling)

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 17 of 23

  • Product Information

    FH84

    SANI-WASH food plant cleaner sanitiser.

    Sani-Wash is a specially formulated food plant cleaner sanitiser. Sani-Wash is fully tested with proven effectiveness against Gram+ve and Gram-ve bacteria with EN1276 test results to back up its efficacy. Sani-Wash effectively disperses and dissolves fats, blood stains and shortenings in the food processing industry. Its controlled foam makes it suitable for a wide variety of applications such as scrubbing, wall washing and pressure washing. Sani-Wash is an advanced blend of non ionic, cationic and amphoteric surfactants, soil suspending agents and sequestering agents for use in both hard and soft water areas. Cleans and disinfects in one operation Extensive EN1276 test results Highly effective cleaner Concentrated for great economy in use Versatile multi- purpose product Use Sani-Wash at dilutions from 2-10% v/v depending on soiling and application. Rinse thoroughly after use. For specific details, please refer to individual task cards. Sani-Wash when applied at the recommended concentrations is suitable for use on most materials used within food process plants. The product should not be allowed to dry out on aluminium or light metals such as zinc or tin. Always rinse thoroughly after use.uncertainty it is advisable to evaluate individual materials before any prolonged use.

    Product Hazards

    Required PPE (for handling)

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  • Correct Dosing & Dilution

    Water

    Litres (L) 0.5 0.75 1.0 2.0 5.0 10.0

    Millilitres (ml) 500 750 1000 2000 5000 10000

    Dilution Rate Chemical Required (ml)

    1 : 5 100 150 200 400 1000 2000

    1 : 10 50 75 100 200 500 1000

    1 : 20 25 37 50 100 250 500

    1 : 40 13 19 25 50 125 250

    “Efficient and effective cleaning,

    first time, every time.”

    1 : 40 13 19 25 50 125 250

    1 : 50 10 15 20 40 100 200

    1 : 60 8 12 16 32 83 166

    1 : 80 6 9 13 26 63 125

    1 : 100 5 7 10 20 50 100

    1 : 150 3 5 7 14 33 67

    1 : 200 3 4 5 10 25 50

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 20 of 23

  • Chemical Cleaning DOs & DO NOTs

    DOWherever possible, ensure chemicals are kept in a secure and locked

    room

    Use the correct chemical for the task being carried out

    Wear rubber gloves and protective glasses at all times

    Inform your supervisor / manager of any accidents or spillages

    involving chemicals

    Thoroughly wash hands after using chemicals

    Follow the directions for use on the label / product guidance sheet

    Ensure work areas are well ventilated when using chemicals

    Thoroughly wash out any buckets after use

    Rinse and clean any equipment after use. Store equipment securely Rinse and clean any equipment after use. Store equipment securely

    and safely

    Report any faulty / leaking containers

    Follow emergency and first aid procedures in the event of an accident

    DO NOTMix chemicals under any circumstances

    Leave chemicals in unmarked containers

    Put chemicals into other incorrect containers

    Leave chemicals unattended

    Deviate from manufacturer’s instructions

    Use chemicals you are not trained to use

    Use any chemicals other than those approved

    Store chemicals other than those approved

    Issue chemicals to unauthorised persons

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 21 of 23

  • Cleaning Checklist

    Take all reasonable care for the Health & Safety of yourself and all other

    persons who may be affected by your work.

    Co-operate fully with supervision and management in compliance with

    regulations, instructions and requirements effecting Health & Safety at work.

    Ensure that all materials, equipment and protective clothing provided for

    Health & Safety are:

    a) used correctly

    b) never misused or altered in any way.

    No smoking unless in a designated area.

    Wear suitable clothing and suitable shoes whilst working.

    Look out for flexes and cables (on your cleaning machines and telephones or

    electrical appliances) they can be easily damaged or cause a tripping

    hazard.

    “Follow these simple rules and make work

    safer for you and your work colleagues.”

    hazard.

    Ensure that all cleaning machines and equipment are safe and that electrical

    cables are I sound condition before you use them. Do not use any defective

    equipment, remove to a place of safety and report it to your supervisor. Use

    only safe machines that you have been taught to use safely and correctly.

    Walk, don’t run. Don’t walk over wet floor and don’t permit others to do so.

    Handle all chemicals with care, read labels before using. Use correct dilution

    rates and wear your protective gloves and glasses.

    Work from floor level, unless ladders and steps have been provided. The use of

    chairs, desks and boxes etc to reach heights is extremely unsafe.

    Make sure you know the whereabouts of fire appliances, alarms, emergency

    exits and first aid facilities.

    Check each room or area when you work is completed for security and

    safety. Secure all windows, doors etc. Unless told otherwise, switch off lights,

    electric fires etc. Turn off water taps even if no water is coming out.

    Return all cleaning items to the cleaning store on completion of work.

    All accidents or dangerous occurrences must be reported promptly and fully

    to your supervisor / manager.

    IFHM COSHH+ Kit Page 22 of 23

  • COSHH+ Kit Prepared By

    Martin Horn [ site manager/user] 08/02/2019 16:34:15

    Big Bear Confectionery Sunningdale Road Braunstone Leicester Leicestershire LE3 1UE Tel : 0116 287 3561 Fax :

    This COSHH+ Kit is only for use on the following site :

    Big Bear Confectionery Leicester

    � MSDS – Material Safety Data Sheets

    are available for all products supplied by Selden Research Limited.

    � The supporting hand out to this presentation should be retained as it is a useful reference tool for the products you will be using. In addition, the product information is more detailed

    than could be included in this

    Thank you for listening

    More information regarding the Selden product

    range and documents relating to their safe usage

    may be obtained from the Selden website.

    www.selden.co.uk

    than could be included in this presentation.

    � Remember – Safety is everyone’s responsibility.

    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Selden Research Limited

    COPYRIGHT ©2010 – SELDEN RESEARCH LIMITED

    This document may not be altered, reproduced or

    manipulated without the express consent of Selden Research Limited

    E&OEPlease notify [email protected] of any errors.

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