1800 429 266

Class A Asbestos Removalist Refresher Training

Victorian Compliance Code for Removing Asbestos in Workplaces states that: "refresher training should be conducted every year for persons undertaking Class A asbestos removal work" (paragraph 79). Victorian and WHS legal requirements are covered in this course.

Duration: 4 hours

Key Areas Covered:

  • Legislation and Industry Standards
  • Compliance Code: Removing Asbestos in the Workplace
  • Signs and Barricades
  • Asbestos Vacuum Cleaners
  • Decontamination Procedures
  • Water Filtration Media
  • Air Monitoring for Friable Asbestos Removal
  • EPA requirements for the Transport and Disposal of Waste Asbestos

Target Audience: All Asbestos A Class Removalists, Supervisors and those who have obtained a Statement of Attainment for CPCCDE3015A Remove friable asbestos.

This course is one of our publicly run courses. To look at the available dates in your area and enrol follow one of the links below:

 
Class A Asbestos Removalist Refresher Training
 
Times: 8:30am - 12:30pm.
Cost: $175 (Including GST, comprehensive course notes & catering).
Dates Location  Book
Monday 8th April Notting Hill Closed
Friday 10th May Notting Hill Closed
Thursday 27th June Notting Hil Closed
Tuesday 30th July Notting Hill Closed
Wednesday 28th August Notting Hill Closed
Friday 20th September Notting Hill Closed
Wednesday 23rd October Notting Hill Closed
Thursday 28th November Notting Hill Closed
Thursday 19th December  Notting Hill Book

 

This course can also be run just for you at your workplace.

If you are interested you can contact us  on 1800 429 266 or on email: training@hazcon.com.au

 

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