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UKATA Duty to Manage Asbestos Training 

UKATA Duty to Manage Asbestos Training 

Asbestos “The Duty to Manage” training is a half day addition to asbestos awareness for those involved with the management of asbestos in non-domestic premises or housing associations. 
 
The content is aimed helping the delegates understand exactly what is involved in managing asbestos and complying with regulation 4 of The Control of Asbestos Regulation 2012. 
 
This course is suitable for facilities managers, property managers, stock condition surveyors and health and safety managers. 
 
What our clients say: "Just want to say a massive thank you for delivering this course to our managers, I have received really good feedback and it's not often that we get people raving about Asbestos Training!! :)" Erin Ambrose Learning and Development Business Partner - First Ark Group 
POINTS COVERED 
Air tests: 4 stage clearance, licenses accreditation and their meaning 
 
Surveyor competence: sampling and air tests 
 
Risk Assessments: priority and material assessments, algorithms 
 
Steps to developing an asbestos management plan 
 
Management options for asbestos containing materials 
 
Safe systems of Work; training of staff: monitoring contractors, removal companies, surveyors and laboratories 
Emergency procedures 
 
Current legislation and guidance relating to asbestos 
 
Licensed and Non-Licensed work and what is the difference? 
 
Safe removal and repair of asbestos 
 
Competence assessment of employees and sub-contractors 
 
Asbestos Surveys: planning, reporting, registers 
 
This course is delivered as a half day addition immediately following asbestos awareness, to make a full days training. 
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