Asbestos Awareness video online course with free downloads, CPD Certified and evidenced-based learning statement. Asbestos is a danger in many different sectors and it is estimated that 20 tradesmen, 4 plumbers, 6 electricians and 8 joiners die every week from this hidden killer. It is important to know when there may be a risk of exposure and how to avoid coming into contact with Asbestos.
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Unlike other e-learning courses, ProTrainings use just videos training rather than reading PowerPoint text which makes our courses more engaging. You do not have to complete the course in one sitting, stop and return whenever you want. You have 8 months to complete the course and you can even view the course after you pass giving you access to new videos and downloads. Your certificate can be printed immediately on completion along with your certified CPD and Evidenced-based learning statement to evidence your qualification.
Under every video, we have added text to support the video and you also receive manuals and downloads free. To keep your skills fresh, you can opt for free weekly refresher videos. You are assessed during the course and at the end, there is a final multiple choice test. If you get a question wrong you will be given support to ensure you understand every part. You can re-take the test without charge. This may be an online course, but you can still contact us by phone, online chat or email.
If you require classroom training or practical evaluations these can be arranged nationally at your workplace.
Asbestos is a danger in many different sectors and it is estimated that 20 tradesmen, 4 plumbers, 6 electricians and 8 joiners die every week from this hidden killer. It is important to know when there may be a risk of exposure and how to avoid coming into contact with Asbestos. Asbestos was extensively used as a building material in the UK from the 1950's to the mid-1980's. It was used for a variety of purposes and was ideal for fireproofing and insulation. Any building built before 2000 can obtain asbestos and they can be homes, schools, offices or hospitals.
Asbestos materials in good condition are safe unless asbestos fibres become airborne, which happens when materials are damaged. This course covers the risk, why we need to avoid exposure and what can happen with exposure or when you are exposed, as well as what to do if you come across possible Asbestos to ensure you and your work colleagues are kept safe.
The certificate is valid for 3 years but to comply with the HSE recommendations if it advised to complete a refresher every year.
The content of this and all our courses have been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines and come with a Certified CPD Statement as well as a ProTrainings Certificate and for online courses an Evidence-Based Learning statement.
This course comes with a certified CPD statement and Evidenced Based Learning Statement.
ProTrainings are Endorsed by Skills for Care for both classroom and e-learning courses.
Free with this course are a host of student manuals and documents and useful web links.
- What is asbestos
- What is asbestos
- History of asbestos
- The 2 groups of asbestos
- The three common forms of asbestos
- So whats so good about asbestos
- Who is at risk of asbestos
- Health Effects of Asbestos
- So whats the problem with asbestos
- Asbestos-related Diseases
- Pleural Plaques and Pleural Thickening
- Lung Cancer
- Chris Morgan Story
- Associated regulations
- Control of asbestos regulations 2012
- Training Exposure Limits
- Licensed Work
- Duty to manage asbestos regulation 4
- Identification of asbestos
- Regulation 5
- Asbestos risk
- Regulation 6
- Where is it and what does it look like?
- Deadly forms of asbestos part 1
- Deadly forms of asbestos part 2
- Deadly forms of asbestos part 3
- What do I do if I find Asbestos?
- Upon Discovery
- Working with asbestos
Who is this course for?
Demolition Building contractors Roofers Agriculture Planners Schools Also for people who carry out the following their job: Drilling holes in asbestos materials (including for sampling and analysis purposes) Laying cables in areas containing undamaged asbestos materials Removing asbestos-containing floor tiles. Cleaning or repairing asbestos cement sheet roofing or cladding.
You can view this course on any device connected to the internet. This includes Windows and Mac computers and laptops, iPad's including the iPad mini and Pro, iPhones, Android phones and tablets. The course will adapt to the format of the device you choose.
This course will help your CV stand out from a crowd and prepare you for other courses. Our certificates can be validated online by prospective employers giving more credibility than other providers. With online courses, you receive a completion certificate, evidence-based learning statement and Certified CPD statement instantly on completion.
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