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About this event

Asbestos awareness training should be given to employees whose work could foreseeably disturb the fabric of a building and expose them to asbestos or those who supervise or influence the work.

In particular, it should be given to those workers in the refurbishment, maintenance and allied trades where it is foreseeable that asbestos containing materials may be present in the work area.

Training content includes:

  • The key legal and practical implications for those who may come across asbestos in the course of their work and provides guidance on minimising risk (keeping yourself and others safe).

  • A general awareness of the hazards and risks associated with asbestos and is essential training for anyone with responsibility for the building or staff that they manage.

  • Understanding of the Real vs Perceived risks of asbestos.

 

The course covers:

• Origins and uses of asbestos

• Real risk and perceived risk

• Asbestos Diseases

• Legislation

• Asbestos in the 21st Century

• Course assessment

 

This course is suitable for (but not limited to):

  • Joiners

  • Plumbers

  • Electricians

  • Roofing Contractors

  • HVAC engineers

  • Telecoms engineers

  • Alarm installers

  • Computer installers

  • Shopfitters

  • Surveyors

  • Architects

  • Assessors

  • Maintenance Managers

  • Janitors

  • Caretakers

  • ... and many others

Delegate numbers are limited by UKATA to 15 people per course to maximise learning.

All of our courses can be delivered at your premises. For more information contact training@acsrisk.com.

See the bellow's testimonials to find out what delegates from Housing Associations in Scotland think of this course.

 

"The course delivery was very well done, starting with the history and origins of asbestos made it feel as if I knew the material not just a description and photo on a screen or book. showing the people working with asbestos photos and stories from the days when asbestos was so prevalent and letting them know it was, and is people like them effected by asbestos makes taking in the subject matter so much more interesting."

"Learning about the various types of asbestos and how data is collected for surveys."

"I learned a lot of new relevant information about asbestos. The instructor was very engaging and he was incredibly knowledgeable about the subject."

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Asbestos Awareness course provides delegates with a general awareness of the hazards and risks associated with asbestos.

Date and time

Several dates available

Location

Online or face-to-face at your premises

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