UKATA Non Licensed Asbestos Removal Training
Although the dangers of asbestos are now well known and the material is no longer used, it can still be present in older properties. UKATA asbestos awareness training is sufficient for those who could potentially come into contact with asbestos but those who undertake short duration work with non-friable materials (friability being the likelihood of an asbestos containing material releasing asbestos fibres when disturbed) must complete non-licensed asbestos training.
Who should attend non-licensed asbestos removal training?
Anyone who undertakes work on non-friable asbestos containing materials should attend non-licensed asbestos training. This includes drilling into textured coatings, removing insulating board and lifting floor tiles. For more information on non-licensed asbestos work click here. Please note that you MUST have completed an asbestos awareness training course in the last six months.
- Initial training with no previous asbestos awareness training, the course duration is 1.5 days (or 9 hours)
- Initial training with previous asbestos awareness training within the last 6 months, course duration is 1 day (we will need to see evidence of awareness certification prior to the course)
UKATA non-licensed asbestos removal training from Boss Training
We can offer UKATA registered non-licensed asbestos training on or off site. We run the course every month at selected training centres, or can deliver it at your premises, nationwide, for groups of up to 12 delegates, depending on previous experience and knowledge. A training neds analysis will be carried out prior to the course to establish the types of asbestos containing materials (ACM’s) likely to be encountered as well as the work that is to be undertaken. Our training is not ‘set in stone’; we can tailor it to the towards the specific type of work and material likely to be removed and we can also offer advice on related activity such as choosing a licensed asbestos removal contractor, air testing and asbestos surveys.
Training is delivered using a mixture of lecture, theory assessment and practical training methods. On completion, successful candidates will receive the UKATA registered non-licensed asbestos removal training certificate and photos card which is valid for 1 year. After which a refresher course is recommended.
UKATA non-licensed asbestos removal training includes information on the following:
- Types of Asbestos, hazards and risks
- Air monitoring and record keeping
- The process of non-licensed asbestos removal
- RPE and PPE – correct use and selection
- Emergency procedures
- Dust suppression
- Decontamination procedures
- Maintaining a clean working environment
- Handling waste materials
To equip delegates with the necessary knowledge and practical skills to safely carry out unlicensed asbestos removal.