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Asbestos Industry Training - SAFE Training

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SAFE Training provides regulatory training courses to businesses and their employees throughout the UK. With a nationwide network of training centres, we have the experience, expertise and resources …

SAFE Training provides regulatory training courses to businesses and their employees throughout the UK. With a nationwide network of training centres, we have the experience, expertise and resources to satisfy the most demanding of training objectives.
Asbestos Training Courses include:
• Asbestos Awareness Training
• Asbestos Management Training
• Non Licensed Asbestos Training
Other Training Courses include:
• Legionella Awareness Training Courses
• Fire Safety Training Courses
• Environmental Awareness Training Courses
For more information on our training courses call 0845 519 5250 or email: info@safe-training.org

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  • 1. Asbestos The importance of being learned
    presented bySAFE Training
  • 2. Training
    • Who needs it
    • 3. The management plan
    • 4. Roles and responsibilities
    • 5. Employers
    • 6. Employees
    • 7. Non employees
    Summary
  • 8. Who needs it?
    • 1.8m workers disturb asbestos annually
    • 9. 280,000 electricians
    • 10. 260,000 carpenters and joiners
    • 11. 170,000 plumbers and heating engineers
    • 12. 150,000 painters and decorators
    • 13. 500,000 other construction and MTC workers
    • 14. 500,000 surveyors/valuers/bldg managers/civil eng etc
  • Who needs it?
    • Of the 1.8 million
    • 15. 400,000 exposed above the control limit –HSE 2005
    • 16. “A large amount of this exposure will be inadvertent”
    • 17. 250,00 are regularly exposed to asbestos in their work
    • 18. 500,000 adequately trained – HSE 2005
    • 19. 1.3 million need further training
  • Training
    The Management Plan
  • 23. The Management Plan
    • TO PREVENT EXPOSURE
    • 24. Control risk from asbestos
    • 25. Scope need for information on asbestos (surveys/which survey)
    • 26. Procedures
    • 27. Rules
    • 28. Labels
    • 29. Appointed persons
    • 30. Knowledge!!
    • 31. Implement auditable system that allows monitoring of effectiveness
  • The Management Plan
    • Regulations require Asbestos Management Plan (May 2004)
    • 32. Identifies the hazard (thus surveys, their scope and type)
    • 33. Says what we do with the information
    • 34. Process, procedures, rules
    • 35. Identify decision makers and responsibilities
    • 36. Training [and competence] aligned to job
    • 37. Assess each task against asbestos location
    • 38. State training requirement for tasks and any controls
    • 39. Internal workers; and
    • 40. Contractors; sub-contractors; tradesmen
  • The Management Plan and training
    • Training employees
    • 41. Those that may disturb, or cause to disturb, asbestos
    • 42. Those that disturb the fabric of the building
    • 43. Training of non-employees
    • 44. Could they disturb asbestos on your premises?
    • 45. Could they disturb asbestos on a site under your control?
    • 46. Employees and non-employees must be covered in the Asbestos Management Plan, explicit need to ensure both are trained
    • 47. Procedures should be in place that generate an audit trail to demonstrate Management Plan effectiveness - Review
  • Training
    What Training
  • 51. What Training
    • Where work could foreseeably disturb asbestos training is required:
    • 52. Training to work on asbestos; and .....
    • 53. Training to NOT work on asbestos
    • 54. ‘Exemption from this requirement would apply only where the employer can demonstrate that work will only be carried out in or on buildings free of ACMs.’
  • What Training
    • Training to work on asbestos:
    • 55. Licensed
    • 56. Non-licensed
    • 57. Site management of either of the above
    • 58. Training to NOT work on asbestos
    • 59. Asbestos Awareness
    • 60. Training to manage buildings or works
    • 61. Management training
    • 62. Bespoke
  • What Training
    • TNA – Training Needs Analysis
    • 63. Responsibilities + Role + Task = training needs
    • 64. Controller of a property + manager of all FM + emergency maintenance = good all round knowledge
    • 65. Maintenance + electrician + maintenance of fuseboards and equipment some containing asbestos = awareness non-licensed training for spark quenchers etc
  • Training
    Frequency
  • 69. Frequency
    • Initial training
    • 70. Annual refresher training
    • 71. Refresher training is not the same as the initial
    • 72. Shorter
    • 73. May be given with other health and safety updates
    • 74. If training is needed the answer is.... annually
  • Rob Blackburn