Short Courses

Remove Non-Friable Asbestos

CPC30611

Asbestos management is often required around Australia and New Zealand. Asbestos materials and products around the workplace are widely legislated. This legislation is focused on achieving the best standards of work health and safety for a range of people. This includes employees, contractors on any job, as well as the general public. It is an obligation as the key duty holder.

Course Details

Our course focuses on the outcomes deemed necessary to remove non-friable asbestos-containing material from a construction site. There is a main focus on the preparation, containment and eventual removal of non-friable asbestos from a site. We also outline the issues regarding decontamination, as well as how you can dispose of the material.

Our work focuses on both domestic or commercial sites, including existing structures, demolition sites and new work sites, whether the construction is completely new, being restored or maintained. It is crucial that work is completed in accordance with the relevant legislative requirements to ensure that health and safety policies are met.

Preparation

This phase of our course informs you of how you can successfully prepare for non-friable asbestos materials. We will teach you the ways in which you can work with such materials in a safe manner, ensuring that all of your employees, contractors and members of the public are kept safe throughout the entire process.

Containment

Containment of non-friable asbestos is crucial on any building site. We will teach you how to safely contain all the materials involved, ensuring that there are no leaks and any potential risks are contained as well as they possibly can be.

Removal

We will also inform you of how you can safely removal non-friable asbestos. This is a delicate process, in which many safety precautions must be taken to ensure the safety of those involved, as well as the people around them.

Decontamination and Disposal

Our team will teach you how to spot any risks regarding decontamination, as well as how to spot if any particular material has been contaminated and how to deal with such an issue. We will also teach you how to safely dispose of materials, ensuring that you meet all of the legislative requirements, while making sure that everyone involved is kept safe at all times.

Find out more

If you are interested in finding out more about our courses relating to the removal of asbestos then reach out to our friendly student services team for an obligation free discussion. They will be able to assist you with information relating to course content, fees, payment options and anything else you might need to know about this course.

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