1800 429 266

WorkSafe Recognised Asbestos A Class Removalist Course

Duration: 3 days

Aim: This course has been recognised by WorkSafe Victoria and provides participants with the knowledge and practical skills to carry out works relating to friable asbestos under the supervision of a licenced asbestos removalist. The course is practical, interactive and specifically designed to meet the learning requirements of all individuals.  Participants will receive a certificate and certification card on satisfactory completion of this course.

Learning Objectives: The course will give participants an understanding and awareness of asbestos. Participants should be able to demonstrate safe work handling procedures in relation to asbestos products and will receive the necessary training to conduct work removing asbestos under the supervision of a licenced asbestos removalist.

Key Areas Covered:

  • Introduction to Asbestos
  • Health Effects of Asbestos
  • Conducting a Risk Assessment
  • OH&S Regulations 2017
  • NOHSC Codes of Practice
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Procedures for Working with Asbestos
  • Decontamination Procedures
  • Disposal of Asbestos Waste
  • Working with Glove Bags
  • Competency Test

Target Audience: Licenced Class A Removalists, their employees or anyone wishing to be involved with the removal of friable asbestos or asbestos related works.

Please refer to our Nationally Accredited training course CPCCDE3015A Remove friable asbestos

"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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