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Additional Courses at Asbestos Training Limited

Additional Courses at Asbestos Training Limited

Posted on Tuesday 15th December 2015 by Graham

UKATA Duty to Manage Overview 1 Day Course £150.00 per person + VAT

Asbestos Training Limited are now able to offer the above course as from January 2016. This course is aimed at those who manage any non domestic premises and those whose responsibility it is to protect others who work in their premises where there is the potential of exposure to asbestos.

This course covers all the steps you may reasonably be expected to take and includes such topics as:

  • Being familiar with types, uses, risks and likely occurrences of asbestos in buildings and, where appropriate, items of plant;
  • Being familiar with the requirements as set out in CAR 2012 with regard to responsibilities;
  • Understanding the requirements for asbestos surveys and different types of surveys;
  • Being familiar with the results of an asbestos survey, how to decipher the information contained within the asbestos survey report;
  • Understanding the need for an asbestos management plan and its use.

Appointed Persons – Duty to Manage – 3 Day course £600.00 per person + VAT

Asbestos Training Limited are the first UK training provider to be able to offer this completely new UKATA approved three day course.

This course is aimed at the person/s nominated as the Duty Holder or assisting in the management of asbestos containing materials in their buildings.

This three day course aims to include the following topics:

  • Being familiar with types, uses and likely occurrences of asbestos in buildings and, where appropriate, items of plant;
  • Being familiar with the requirements as set out in CAR 2012 and HSG 264 with regard to responsibilities;
  • Understanding the requirements for asbestos surveyors and the appointment of the surveyor;
  • Being familiar with the results of an asbestos survey, how to decipher the information contained within the asbestos survey report;
  • Understanding the risk assessment process of asbestos containing materials, including material assessments and priority assessments ;
  • Being able to develop an asbestos management plan including an action plan;
  • Deciding on the best course of action for Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) left in situ or appoint a contractor to action remedial works
  • Understanding which work on ACMs is required to be carried out by a licensed asbestos contractor, which work is non-licensed and which activities are notifiable non-licensed work.
  • Understanding the requirements to carry out asbestos removal in a proper, legal and safe manner and be able to recognise signs of poor or bad working practices.

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