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 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
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Asbestos Industry Training - SAFE Training

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

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