We look at UKATA’s requirements for covering asbestos training within classroom and online asbestos awareness training
UKATA’s requirements for content relating to how to avoid risks from asbestos
Types, uses and likely occurrence of asbestos and Asbestos Containing Materials
The requirements set out by UKATA for specific areas, namely the properties, risks and effects on health of asbestos exposure.
What are the satisfactory outcomes for a candidate taking a UKATA asbestos awareness course?
In their Syllabus for Asbestos Awareness, UKATA have laid out a clear set of terms for providing the asbestos awareness training as laid out in the regulations.
Our online asbestos awareness course meets all the requirements of the HSE and UKATA for asbestos awareness refresher training
In their guidance on asbestos training, the HSE make clear the responsibilities that an employer has with regard to asbestos awareness training: As an employer, you are responsible for ensuring that your employees have sufficient training and knowledge, as well as the experience and ability, to work without causing any risk to themselves or to […]
In 2012, the HSE acknowledged the increasingly important role of elearning (or online training) as a valid method for delivering online asbestos awareness training – provided the course content satisfied the objectives of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
If you have a large number of staff that require training in asbestos awareness, the time away from work that classroom training involves can be significant. Our online asbestos awareness training is the ideal solution.