With the current asbestos legislation, placing a legal duty on the employer to provide asbestos training for there employees, it makes good sense to utilise whatever means are available to have a compliant workforce. At Ferncroft Environmental, we understand what is required having worked with asbestos containing materials for over 30 years.
That’s why as one of the UK’s leading providers of UKATA verified and audited training to the general trades, as well as the asbestos industry, we have launched our online asbestos awareness training course, to allow you to meet your legal duties at a pace, location and time to suit you via the Internet. The training is divided into 4 easy to understand and follow modules, covering the requirements of Regulation 10, para 127 a, b, c and d of the approved code of practice that supports the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
With professional voice over and interaction the course allows the candidate via a secure log in portal to take the course, the exam and even receive their UKATA registered certificate upon completion and all in real time. The candidate is automatically entered onto the UKATA certificate database, ensuring that as per regulation 10 para 140 the certificate is traceable.
To take the course online, simply click on the ‘Purchase’ Button and you will be directed to our payment portal where you enter your preferred acceptable payment method from the list below, together with your email address. Your log in code will be sent to your email address in real time, simply click onto the portal and press take course, enter your unique log in code and email address and away you go.
You can log in and out as you wish or as time permits, the course remembers where you are at takes you to the point you logged off.
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YES ! The current Regulations place a legal duty on employers to provide information, instruction and training to any of their employees who are likely to be exposed to asbestos as part of their work.
The three main types of information, instruction and training are:
asbestos awareness training
training for non-licensable asbestos work
training for licensable asbestos work
Is Asbestos Training a Legal Requirement
Online learning (often referred to as e–learning) is increasingly used as a method of providing asbestos awareness training. HSE recognises the use of e-learning as a viable delivery method, among others, for the delivery of information, instruction and training in relation to asbestos awareness training, provided the course content satisfies the objectives as stipulated in Regulation 10 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and the supporting Approved Code of Practice.
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