A new awareness campaign from the HSE
UKATA is the UK Asbestos Training Association and sets the standard in asbestos training, ensuring that its members meet those standards. We are approved providers of UKATA asbestos training.
It’s a legal requirement that anyone who may encounter asbestos during their daily work should have taken asbestos awareness training. If you are an employer, you are legally obliged to provide training for your employees. Any organisation that allows personnel onto their premises should ensure that they can provide evidence of asbestos awareness training. UKATA provides a quality standard for that training and is the most widely accepted accreditation.
The UK Asbestos Training Association Ltd (UKATA) is a Trade Association for the asbestos training providers’ industry.
An overview of the three categories of asbestos training
There is an increasing amount of choice among asbestos training providers, particularly now that much training is online meaning that your selection process is not governed by the proximity of potential suppliers
A look at the standards specifically for elearning set by UKATA
It’s a legal requirement that anyone who might encounter asbestos in the course of their work must have been provided with asbestos awareness training. UKATA, the UK Asbestos Training Association, is recognised as setting the standards for asbestos training and ensuring that its members meet the standards. Asbestos training specialists Through Bainbridge Asbestos, we offer […]
Assessments and tutor competence in the UKATA syllabus – for both classroom and online asbestos awareness training
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.