AMG Safety Asbestos Awareness Course online
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Asbestos awareness training is a legal requirement for anyone who is likely to disturb asbestos or anyone who may influence others to come into contact with asbestos materials.
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AMG Safety Asbestos Awareness Course (Category A).
Asbestos training provided by asbestos consultants accredited by iatp.
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Asbestos Awareness Training (Category A)
This asbestos awareness course has 6 modules with multiple choice questions asked at the end of each module. If using a mobile phone to complete this course view in landscape for a better user experience. The course should take approximately 60-90 minutes to complete. The 6 modules are;
Module 1 – What is Asbestos?
1.1 Where does asbestos come from?
1.2 The common types of asbestos found in the UK
1.3 A brief history of asbestos and its uses
1.4 When asbestos became banned in the UK
Module 2 – Asbestos Related Health Issues
2.1 Why the properties of asbestos have such an adverse effect on health
2.2 Why asbestos-related deaths in the UK are increasing
2.3 The primary cause of asbestos related diseases
2.4 Identify who is most at risk from asbestos disease, including secondary exposure
2.5 The four main types of asbestos related diseases
2.6 Asbestos related disease increases for smokers
Module 3 – Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) Types, Uses and Likely Occurrences
3.1 What is meant by ACM? And what is the difference between ACM and asbestos
3.2 Types of asbestos and ACMs and the dates of usage
3.3 The uses and likely occurrence of ACMs in buildings, equipment and plant
3.4 The conditions for fibre release and 'friability'
Module 4 – Asbestos Regulations
4.1 The main & specific regulations
4.2 HSE guidance & further sources of asbestos information
4.3 Asbestos surveys and asbestos registers
Module 5 – Asbestos Emergency Procedures
5.1 What is an asbestos emergency and how to recognise one?
5.2 Emergency procedures for an uncontrolled release of fibre into the work place
5.3 Emergency procedures for damage to suspected ACMs
5.4 Brief guide - Contractors and people liable to disturb asbestos during their work
5.5 Brief guide - Project managers and people liable to influence others
5.6 Brief guide - Asbestos removal
Module 6 – How to Avoid the Risks of Asbestos
6.1 Plan and manage work and understand risks of asbestos
6.2 Meaning of hazard and risk
6.3 Recommendations from asbestos surveys
6.4 Relevant PPE and RPE
6.5 Hard and soft control measures including warning labels