Duty to Manage Asbestos Training Course

Commercial Services

Regulation 4 - Duty to Manage Asbestos Training Course

By Licensed Specialists

Our Duty to Manage Asbestos Training is designed to educate and inform participants about their legal obligations under Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. This specific regulation is crucial for owners and managers of non-domestic premises who have a duty to manage asbestos in their buildings.

This training is essential for compliance and is particularly targeted towards those responsible for maintenance and repair activities in any premises that may contain asbestos. It ensures that managers and duty holders are equipped not only to comply with the law but also to protect health by preventing exposure to asbestos fibres.

What is Regulation 4 Duty To Manage Asbestos Training?

Attendees will receive information and instruction on all aspects such as development and monitoring of the Asbestos Management Plan, the implementation of safe working procedures including for emergencies, assessing the condition of asbestos containing materials, implementing management actions and selection of asbestos contractors.

The course aims to provide comprehensive knowledge on how to properly manage asbestos risks, comply with legal requirements, and ensure the safety of workers and others who might come into contact with asbestos.

Who Is it For?

Who is duty to manage asbestos training for?

Our ‘Duty to Manage Asbestos’ training courses are directed supervisors, managers, duty holders, those who manage premises, and have a responsibility for protecting the people who work in such premises, from the risks to ill health that exposure to asbestos causes.

(The course is for a maximum of 12 people)

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What Does Duty To Manage Asbestos Training Include?

What does asbestos awareness training include?

We tailor made our Duty to Manage Asbestos course to cover the requirements placed on the duty holder, and those responsible for the day to day management of asbestos.

The course is presented by experienced members of the asbestos industry and not general health & safety consultants. Therefore, they are able to answer any technical questions arising during the training and where necessary deliver a hands-on approach to demonstrating the requirements of management plans using their industry knowledge.

The Duty to Manage – Reregulation 4 of The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012

Why Is Asbestos Awareness Training Important?

There is still a worrying number of companies that do not understand the legalities of working with or handling of asbestos containing materials. Clients need to be clear enough to make educated decisions on scenarios that involve the material, and the potential hazards should be considered at the forefront of those decisions. There is no better way to garner a good knowledge base on how best to handle asbestos than one of our Fibre Safe asbestos training courses.

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CATEGORY A – ASBESTOS TRAINING
ASBESTOS AWARENESS

An introduction to the dangers linked to asbestos, teaching the tools needed to safely work around the material, and minimize the risk of fibre exposure. Ensuring commercial legal compliance.

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CATEGORY B – ASBESTOS TRAINING
NON-LICENSED REMOVAL

For workers who will knowingly disturb or remove low risk asbestos containing materials (ACM's). A task classified as non-licensed work or notifiable non-licensed work.

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REGULATION 4: THE DUTY TO MANAGE
DUTY HOLDERS RESPONSIBILITIES

Directed at managers, supervisors or duty holders responsible for safeguarding those who live or work in a premises containing asbestos, and protect them from the risks associated with exposure to asbestos.