Available courses

This is the submission site for uploading proof/evidence of report writing activities for Legionella, Local Exhaust Ventilation and Asbestos qualifications.

This short course is aimed at BOHS members who are asked to test for isocyanates. There is only one method approved by the HSE for testing for isocyanates, which  is MDHS 25/4 method. BOHS is licensed to authorise its members to use this method, we need to show that we have adequate controls to comply with Home Office rules around the management of the substance used in the testing media. These controls are set out in BOHS Standard Operating Procedure. We are required to audit for compliance with this procedure each year.

The audit results indicate that BOHS needs to do more in order to ensure compliance. If we cannot demonstrate this, the license for members to use this method is at risk. The Faculty of Occupational Hygiene has updated its requirements for members who use the method of testing to participate in this short course.

By participating you will ensure you are familiar with the standard operating procedure requirements and protect the Societies compliance with the Home Office licensing conditions. 


This is the submission site for uploading proof of CPD activities if you have been selected for the 2020 audit. All proof must be submitted through this site by Tuesday 27th July 2021

If you need to access the details of the activities for your 2020 CPD submission, please log into your My BOHS account at:  https://login.bohs.org/Shared_Content/ContactManagement/AccountPage.aspx? or contact cpd@bohs.org for help


Staff training site

Course Aims

This course aims to provide an overview of the UK legal system and of key health and safety legislation and regulation relevant to the practice of occupational hygiene. It outlines the role of approved codes of practice and guidance notes and how health and safety legislation is enforced in the UK. The course also puts UK health and safety legislation in the context of the requirements of EU Directives. This course does not aim to provide detailed knowledge of specific UK Regulations.

NOTE: Your knowledge of UK OSH legislation will be assessed during your Oral examination. This course provides the level of knowledge required to meet that requirement.

Course Learning Outcomes

On completing this course successfully the student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles of the operation of the UK legislative system
  • Describe the principal requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act
  • Demonstrate an understanding of how health and safety legislation is enforced in the UK
  • Describe the role of supporting documentation in UK health and safety legislation
  • Describe the key requirements of the main health and safety Regulations
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between EU Directives and UK health and safety legislation

Overall Objective

To provide the background knowledge, skills and behaviours required to operate and monitor the quality of the online exam services by understanding the work procedures. Participants who pass the end point quiz will be eligible to be added to the BOHS invigilator register. 


Research led, this module will provide Training providers with the knowledge of how to effectively plan, deliver and evaluate an online training course. This module is ideal for anyone who is responsible for the continued development of an online training course or anyone who is looking to set up and establish an online training course.