18 Jan 2021
At OHSS, we’re experienced in all aspects of asbestos removal and disposal consultation and we frequently offer training in accordance with all known asbestos regulations. We’re here to tell you that for 2021 we’re offering Asbestos Awareness and Low Risk Handling training at a time and date to be decided - subject to Covid restrictions.
Whilst the Coronavirus is still causing havoc around the world, asbestos disposal still carries a huge risk to human health for anyone working near it. Let’s take a look at what the training will include.
Venue - Beat Centre Balbriggan
With a course reference number of 23648, this highly successful one-day training course is ideal for those who’s work might bring them in contact with the deadly substance. This includes surveyors, architects, plumbers, electricians, groundworkers and anyone else who may find themselves on a construction or renovation site.
By the end of the course, those attending will understand:
The various asbestos types and where they lurk
The risk of exposure to asbestos to human health
What asbestos surveys are and how to use them
What a basic risk assessment is and the techniques that are used
How to use PPE safely & effectively
How to remove friable asbestos
The basic methods used during asbestos removal
Air monitoring methods & control limits
Why clearance assessments are conducted
Created in accordance with Safety, Health & Welfare at work regulations and the new asbestos abatement and management guidelines from the HSA, our course helps employers to provide the obligatory information and training to their employees on how to act if and when asbestos-containing dust exposure occurs.
Reserve Your Place & Arm Yourself With Knowledge Today
So, if you’d like to book your place on our asbestos training course today, you can do so by calling us on 01 690 5907. It’s important to say that space will be limited and of course, everything is subject to Covid-19 restrictions allowing the event to take place.
Alternatively, should you want to know more about us as a company and the wide range of occupational health services we offer, visit us online at www.ohss.ie. There you’ll find lots of useful information on keeping the workplace safe for everyone in it.