Venue Phone: 0333 990 0128
The centre is easily accessible from London, just 15 minutes from Fenchurch Street by rail.
Hazardous substances come in every conceivable form, and include not only labelled products, but the by-products of work like fumes and dust, and infectious pathogens like legionella and HIV. The law requires that all staff who may come into contact with hazardous substances must receive appropriate training. This Zero Harm Training Course looks at the duties, placed on employers, to manage and control the use or production of substances in the workplace. The training educates on practical ways to address substance-related issues and conduct suitable and substantive assessments of the risk levels posed to individuals within the working environment.
CEME, the Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence, is a stunning world class business support, education and training campus located in Rainham.
With a focus on supporting the engineering, manufacturing and technology sector, CEME brings together a range of organisations to deliver education and skills-learning for students at school and college, and work-related training.
The CEME Campus is situated close to both Canary Wharf and the M25, and is part of a £400m regeneration programme in East London.
CEME was established in 2003 to provide skills, create jobs and businesses that are revitalising London’s industrial heartland.
The CEME site includes a conference facility for up to 300 people. And with cafe/restaurant Origins – renowned for its great breakfasts – and The Paddy & Scott’s Coffee bar you won’t go hungry learning here with ZeroHarm.
ZeroHarm is proud to use the first-class facilities to help construction and building workers stay safe as well as achieve the safety certification that will boost employment opportunity and further careers.
Ceme, Marsh Way, Rainham Essex, RM13 8EU
Underground and Bus
The closest Underground station is Dagenham Heathway (District Line, Zone 5). Bus 174 (from Harold Hill via Romford) operates every 10 minutes and terminates at CEME. The journey time from the Heathway to CEME is approximately 15 minutes.
C2C trains from Fenchurch Street serve Rainham Station every 30 minutes. Taxis are available next to the station to take you on your short journey to CEME.
A13 from London
Leave the A13 at the second Dagenham East/Hornchurch exit. Turn right at the first roundabout and proceed to the second roundabout. At the second roundabout take the road marked ‘Marsh Way’. CEME is the first turning on the left.
A13 from the East
Leave the A13 at the first Dagenham East/Hornchurch exit. Take the first exit marked ‘Marsh Way’.