Asbestos Training Courses

IATP Asbestos Awareness

This training course is designed to provide anyone whose work could foreseeably expose them to asbestos with sufficient knowledge to avoid putting themselves or others at risk, in line with regulatory requirements laid out in Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.

The training will be assessed through a combination of in-course questioning as well as via the practical exercises and a short multi-choice exam at the end of the day.

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IATP Duty to Manage Asbestos

This course covers an overview of the duty to manage asbestos in non-domestic premises as specified in CAR 2012 and is directed at those who manage premises, and have a responsibility for protecting the people who work in such premises, from the risks to ill health that exposure to asbestos causes.

The course will provide delegates with a basic understanding of the legislative requirements of CAR 2012 with particular reference to the ‘duty holder’ and who that could be, the surveys available and what to expect in a survey and the asbestos management plan and its use and requirement.

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IATP Non-Licensed Work with Asbestos

This training course provides the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to persons who will knowingly disturb asbestos containing materials during the course of their work activities; including building maintenance workers/operatives and supervisory personnel. The course is tailored to include examples of ‘typical’ non-licensed work found in the social housing sector.

Successful completion of the course will allow candidates to undertake asbestos non licensed works in accordance with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and all associated Codes of Practice.

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IATP Non-Licensed Work with Asbestos Refresher

This training course provides the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to persons who will knowingly disturb asbestos containing materials during the course of their work activities; including building maintenance workers/operatives and supervisory personnel. The course is tailored to include examples of ‘typical’ non-licensed work found in the social housing sector.

Successful completion of the course will allow candidates to undertake asbestos non licensed works in accordance with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and all associated Codes of Practice.

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BOHS P405 Management of Asbestos in Buildings

This course will provide candidates with:

  • Knowledge of the legal requirements of asbestos management in buildings
  • A good understanding of asbestos surveying, removal, assessment and analytical services and provide the necessary background knowledge to procure, monitor and audit the quality of these services.

Before taking the qualification, candidates should have an awareness of the contents of The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (in particular Regulation 4) and the supporting L143 Managing and working with asbestos Approved Code of Practice and guidance. They should also be familiar with the contents of HSG248 and HSG264.

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BOHS P405 Management of Asbestos in Buildings Refresher

The P405 Refresher has been specially designed to meet your needs by refreshing your learning of topics that you find the most challenging. The course will also bring you up-to-date on any changes in asbestos management legislation over the last 12 months, and refresh your learning of best asbestos management working practice and the procedures that should be followed by other asbestos practitioners. 

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BOHS Asbestos Condition Inspection & Risk Assessment Training

This course has been specifically designed to:

  • Provide people with an understanding of the undertaking of asbestos inspections
  • Explain the differences in the 2 recognised algorithms and how these relate to overall risk
  • Suggest how to record items that are potential (and thus presumed) ACMs
  • Clarify the importance of accurate reporting
  • Provide an understanding of legislation surrounding all of the above
  • Support delegates in creating an asbestos hazard report if required
  • Clarify and explain the limitations of “presumptive” inspection.

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Supervision & Management of Licensed Asbestos Contractors (for clients)

This course will allow delegates to understand current best working practice for asbestos remediation work (including encapsulation, sealing and removal operations) and will ensure they are able to identify examples of poor working practices and procedures in practical situations.

In addition, they will understand the role of the analyst, air monitoring techniques and the four-stage clearance procedure.

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Survey Specification & Understanding Reports

By the end of the session, delegates will understand the reasons for asbestos surveys, appreciate the importance of how planning surveys works, understand the common pitfalls and how they can be avoided and know how to read and interpret the data in a report and identify any failings.

The course includes practical training where delegates will be reviewing the content of multiple surveys. We would be pleased to incorporate the use of your own organisation’s asbestos surveys into the training to give a ‘real life’ feel to the training and equip delegates to understand the content of their own property surveys.

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