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UKATA Asbestos Awareness in Soil and Made Ground

Course Dates

£135

UKATA Asbestos in Soils Awareness – Cardiff – 14th June 2021

June 14th 2021

UKATA Asbestos Awareness in Soil and Made Ground

This course provides an awareness of and develop knowledge amongst employees regarding the hazards and risks posed by soils and surrounding ground on sites that may contain ACMs. The course further gives an overview of the legislative measures and guidance available to safeguard employees.

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Course Overview

This syllabus is concerned only with asbestos awareness training for people working on brownfield sites as per paragraphs 232 and 233 of the associated code of practice and shall be defined as ‘Asbestos in Soils Awareness Training’.

To provide an awareness of and develop knowledge amongst employees regarding the hazards and risks posed by soils and surrounding ground on sites that may contain ACMs. The course further gives an overview of the legislative measures and guidance available to safeguard employees.

 

Certification

Delegates are awarded a UKATA Certificate after successful completion of the course.

Please note that by signing the register on the day of the course, delegates give us permission to share relevant personal data with UKATA, for the purpose of generating certificates showing the successful completion of the training course.

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