UKATA None Licensed (Cat B)

  • Max Persons: 6
  • Duration: 1 day (6 hours

Who is this training for?

Persons requiring this type of training would include those whose work will knowingly disturb low risk asbestos containing materials, such as maintenance workers and their supervisors; and those who carry out asbestos sampling and analysis.

Course Summary:

This training would enable those trained to undertake the work outlined in the HSE publication “Asbestos Essentials” which would include: drilling holes in asbestos cement sheets; removal of a door with AIB fireproofing; drilling holes in textured coatings that contain asbestos; removing a single asbestos containing gas or electric heaters.

For the full list see: www.hse.gov.uk/asbestos/essentials

  • An overview of the history and properties of asbestos with practical application of the information.
  • The effects of asbestos on health and the issues that raises and a review of practical ways to protect yourself and others.
  • An extensive and thorough review of products containing asbestos; the uses and potential locations. The trainer draws on his own experience here to make this both an informative and lively section.
  • Regulation and guidance relating to asbestos and your responsibilities in this regard.
  • Asbestos surveys and how to read them.
  • Emergency procedures in event of an uncontrolled release of asbestos
  • What creates asbestos exposure and how we control it including the basic principles of the control limit, air monitoring and fibre release.
  • A discussion of the basic requirement to produce a plan of work and risk assessments including related legislation.
  • Control measures: theory and practical session, which includes a hands on session allowing the candidates to practice some of the techniques they have learnt.
  • Personnel and area decontamination procedures
  • Proper waste handling procedures
  • A review of non-asbestos hazards that may have a bearing on the work undertaken.
  • Finally concluding with a practical group discussion based on the days learning.

Successful candidates will be awarded UKATA certification and Plastic UKATA Id card - Valid for 1 year

Accreditation is provided by UKATA 

Duration: 1 day (6 hours)

Maximum Number of Candidates: 6

Assessment: Continuos assessment & multiple choice examination

Prerequisite: None

Course Handouts: Each delegate receives a set of Type 5 overalls, an FFP3 mask and a course manual

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Duration: 1 day (6 hours)

Maximum Number of Candidates: 6

Assessment: Continuos assessment & multiple choice examination

Prerequisite: None

Course Handouts: Each delegate receives a set of Type 5 overalls, an FFP3 mask and a course manual

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