CoSHH and Chemical Safety in the Catering Industry

| May 10, 2018

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When you walk into a bar, a restaurant or you're local all you can eat catering establishment the first thing you think about is COSHH and chemical safety, right? No? Unfortunately, it's often the case that the establishment itself also overlooks many risks associated with catering work and the chemicals used later to ensure the place is thoroughly cleansed.

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