Many buildings still contain asbestos; in fact any building built before the year 2000 is likely to contain it. It is legal requirement that all who may come across asbestos in their day to day work have been provided with asbestos awareness training. If they will intentionally work on asbestos they must have had appropriate training specific to the tasks they will undertake.
This Course is designed to meet and exceed the HSE's requirements on working with asbestos and demonstrate practically how to protect your workforce.
Who is this course for?
Asbestos Awareness training is mandatory for all employees whose work may mean they come into contact with asbestos.
Successful candidates will be awarded UKATA certification and Plastic UKATA Id card - Valid for 1 year
Accreditation is provided by UKATA
Duration: half-day (4 hours)
Maximum Number of Candidates: Recommended 15 (maximum 24)
Assessment: Continuos assessment & multiple choice examination
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