Working Safely with Non-licensed ACM’s
This courses are required for tradesmen who wish to work on Non-Licensed ACM’s. The course allows attendees to learn the practical procedures and techniques required to safely work with, repair and remove licensed ACM’s.
We provide a “Working with Non-licensed ACM’s” course which allows attendees to learn the practical procedures and techniques required to safely work with, repair and remove non-licensed ACM’s. Non-licensed ACM’s are materials such as asbestos cement, decorative finishes (artex) which contains asbestos, asbestos plastics (sink pads, floor tiles etc.).
These courses are required for tradesmen who wish to work on non-licensed ACM’s such as:
- demolition workers;
- construction workers;
- general maintenance staff;
- gas fitters;
- painters and decorators;
- shop fitters;
- heating and ventilation engineers;
- telecommunication engineers;
- computer and data installers;
- fire and burglar alarm installers;
- architects, building surveyors and other such professionals.
We also provide the Refresher courses which are required annually.
- All courses are Certificated
- Trainee’s will receive an ID Badge which lists the course(s) that they have completed.
We can hold Training Days/ courses at our Offices in Nottingham or travel to any location which suits the Customer, providing the required facilities are available.
In 2014, we delivered 72 Training courses to over 750 delegates.
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The training courses we can provide
These training courses are required for tradesmen and should be made available to any person who works within a building which contains asbestos. The course will educate attendees on:
- the properties of asbestos and it’s effects on health,
- the types, uses and likely occurrence of asbestos,
- the general procedures to be followed in case of an emergency i. e. exposure, and;
- how to avoid risks from asbestos.
For new operatives, managers and supervisors. Includes practical training and allows attendees to learn the practical procedures and techniques required to safely work with, repair and remove licensed ACM’s. Click here for more information.