ASBESTOS AWARENESS TRAINING

Protecting yourself, your workforce and others who may be affected from breathing deadly asbestos fibres

Asbestos awareness training is legally required for workers who may disturb asbestos-containing materials (ACM's) while carrying out their normal everyday work, such as general maintenance staff, caretakers, electricians, plumbers, gas fitters, painters & decorators, joiners, plasterers, demolition workers, construction workers, roofers, heating & ventilation engineers, telecoms engineers, fire & burglar alarm installers, shop fitters

AND for people who may influence how work is carried out, such as architects, building surveyors, civil/structural engineers, mechanical/electrical engineers, facilities managers, site managers, site supervisors and others.

This training covers the legally required topics:-

The properties of asbestos and its effects on health.

The types, uses and likely occurrence of asbestos and ACM's in buildings and plant.

The general procedures to be followed to deal with an emergency, eg. an uncontrolled release of asbestos dust.

How to avoid risks from asbestos, eg for building work, no employee should carry out work which disturbs the fabric of the building unless the employer has confirmed that ACM's are not present.

Terms and conditions apply. English law will apply. © All rights reserved.

 OPEN COURSE DATES

1. HALF-DAY ASBESTOS AWARENESS TRAINING

An interactive course requiring use and understanding of written and spoken English. Venue at Liverpool city training centre, with free parking. 

Due to the increasing popularity of online training, these face-to-face courses have been suspended

Priced per delegate (non-refundable booking & administration fee, payable in advance). 

Course included multi-choice assessment. Individual certificates issued after successful completion of course.

Bookings were allocated on a first come, first served basis - maximum 16 delegates per course.

 2. ANNUAL REFRESHER IN HALF-DAY H&S UPDATE

Asbestos awareness refresher training should be given as necessary, need not be a repeat of the initial training, and can be as part of other health and safety updates, in accordance with current HSE guidance.

Due to the increasing popularity of online training, these face-to-face courses have been suspended