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Asbestos awareness training course - UKATA Accredited

Asbestos is the single greatest cause of work-related deaths in the UK. Each week approximately 20 tradesman die from this hidden killer, including joiners, electricians and plumbers.

Asbestos, once a widely used building material, is now known to cause everything from scarring of the lungs to fatal lung cancer. Subsequently, its use was banned in 1999.

However, that doesn't mean that the danger is in any way eradicated. While asbestos may no longer be being used now, it is still very much with us. In short, in any structure built before 1999, there is a risk that asbestos will be present, ready to be released in its airborne form when work takes place. And because asbestos-related diseases can take years to develop, often you won't know what damage has been done until 15-60 years later.

Under the requirements of The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, training should be given to all employees who could be exposed to the risk of asbestos through their work.

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Half day course covering:

  • Asbestos and its history
  • How to identify asbestos
  • Health effects
  • Types & products of asbestos
  • Emergency procedures
  • Legislation
  • Identification process of Asbestos Containing Material (ACM)

Delegates will be tested on what they have learnt after the course, and successful candidates will be awarded The UKATA Asbestos Awareness Training Certificate, which is valid for 12 months and is proof that they have received the proper training regarding asbestos.

The half day course costs just £80 per person.

Courses take place at one of our training centres situated in Newcastle*, Liverpool*, Birmingham, East London*, South London*, Hickstead (West Sussex), Ashford (Kent)* & Southampton. (*Indoor Training Centre). We can also carry out on site training when there is a minimum of 10 delegates attending the course.

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