Asbestos Awareness Training
£10 per person
[reduced from £85]
At your Premises
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– Monday 20th April 2020
Spaces 10 of 12
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Training at your Premises
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- Asbestos Awareness training in Ipswich at our training centre
- At your premises
- Successful delegates will receive a certificate in Asbestos Awareness.
What you Need to Do
Asbestos Awareness training is a necessity. The Health and Safety Executive states that every employer must make sure that anyone who is liable to disturb asbestos during their normal work, or who supervises those employees, gets the correct level of information, instruction and training so that they can work safely and competently without risk to themselves or others.
This can be achieved through Asbestos Awareness training.
Who should Attend the Asbestos Awareness Training
Any person that may come into contact with Asbestos during their normal working day including but not limited to:
- Construction Workers
- Service Engineers
- Property Maintenance
- Facilities Management
- Building Surveyors
Asbestos Awareness Training will not prepare workers to carry out work with asbestos containing materials. If a worker is planning to carry out work that will disturb asbestos containing materials then further training will be required (please get in contact for further details).
Aims and Objectives
Asbestos Awareness Training Aims and Objectives
The purpose of this asbestos awareness training course is to give delegates an awareness of Asbestos and to show where it may be found.
By the end of this course delegates will:
- Understand the Health & Safety Regulations.
- Understand why asbestos containing materials can be harmful and the need to treat them as a hazardous substance.
- Be able to identify the different types of asbestos.
- Be able to show where Asbestos can be found.
- Understand the measures needed to eliminate or reduce the risks from asbestos.
Asbestos Awareness Training Outline
- Properties of asbestos and its e!ects on health.
- The types, uses and likely occurrence of asbestos and asbestos containing materials in buildings and plant.
- The general procedures to deal with an emergency, e.g. an uncontrolled release of asbestos dust into the workplace.
- How to avoid the risk of exposure to asbestos.
- Understanding the Regulations relating to Asbestos Control.
- Health & Safety at Work Act.
- Undertaking an Asbestos Risk Assessment.
For More Information
The HSE website is a great source of further information. Please click here for more information on Asbestos Awareness Training.