Asbestos

Safety E-Learning Course

Course Objectives

  • Explain the history of Asbestos usage and where it may still be found
  • Teach how to recognise the different forms of Asbestos and the associated dangers
  • Advise trainees on common health problems that arise as a result of Asbestos exposure
  • Demonstrate the correct safety procedures if Asbestos is present in your environment and/or disturbed
  • Illustrate the difference between different types of Asbestos related work, and whether the work needs a license or not

Information

According to the HSE, Asbestos still causes the death of around 5,000 workers per year.

If the building you work in was built before 2000, Asbestos could affect you and your organisation.

Workers most at risk from the dangers posed by Asbestos include construction workers, demolition operators, painters and decorators – but many more could also be affected.

Our Safety E-Learning course will give you all the Asbestos information you require.

Who is the Asbestos E-Learning Course For?

Asbestos can be encountered by workers in a variety of different sectors, potentially affecting electricians, painters, roofers and plumbers to name just a few. Asbestos is still commonly found in buildings throughout the country, so it is important to be aware of the associated risks.

By completing this course, trainees will learn more about Asbestos, recognise its different forms and understand what to do if it is encountered.

Course Objectives

  • Explain the history of Asbestos usage and where it may still be found
  • Teach how to recognise the different forms of Asbestos and the associated dangers
  • Advise trainees on common health problems that arise as a result of Asbestos exposure
  • Demonstrate the correct safety procedures if Asbestos is present in your environment and/or disturbed
  • Illustrate the difference between different types of Asbestos related work, and whether the work needs a license or not

Course Objectives

According to the HSE, Asbestos still causes the death of around 5,000 workers per year.

If the building you work in was built before 2000, Asbestos could affect you and your organisation.

Workers most at risk from the dangers posed by Asbestos include construction workers, demolition operators, painters and decorators – but many more could also be affected.

Our Safety E-Learning course will give you all the Asbestos information you require.

Who is the Asbestos Safety E-Learning course for?

Asbestos can be encountered by workers in a variety of different sectors, potentially affecting electricians, painters, roofers and plumbers to name just a few. Asbestos is still commonly found in buildings throughout the country, so it is important to be aware of the associated risks.

By completing this course, trainees will learn more about Asbestos, recognise its different forms and understand what to do if it is encountered.

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Course Information

Our courses include a video detailing the key points of Health and Safety compliance, followed by a short assessment quiz

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CONTACT US

STAY CONNECTED

01785 430430

enquiries@business-safety.com