Our UKATA Duty to Manage Asbestos course is intended for those who manage non-domestic premises. It will equip duty holders with the skills and understanding of how to protect others who work in their premises from the dangers of asbestos.
Due to changes in legislation it is now the responsibility of the Duty Holder to ensure safety standards for all affected by your works. this course will show you how to do this in a practical way to reassure all concerned. You will find Duty to Manage invaluable in giving your staff the tools to enable your business, no matter what size, to carry out its duties in respect of Asbestos legislation and compliance.
This course will cover the following topics:
This course is delivered in a one day programme and concludes with a multiple choice examination. UKATA Duty to Manage Asbestos can be delivered in-house for up to 12 delegates at a time, we also deliver open courses from our training centre in Dorset.
“This was possibly the best, most informative and broad ranging Asbestos courses I have attended. With great use of examples and experience to contextualise issues.”
Ashley Hamal, Christchurch & East Dorset Council
“It was an eye opener! It made me more aware of asbestos and the dangers.” Sheilah Vanderputt, Christchurch & East Dorset Council
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