Remove Non-Friable Asbestos Training (Class B)

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This nationally recognised Remove Non-Friable Asbestos Training course NZ has been developed for workers and businesses who are required to remove or manage non-friable asbestos in workplaces. Non-friable asbestos products still common in workplaces include roofing, asbestos sheeting, eaves, pipes, fencing, backing boards, pits and many others.

Course overview

This course covers both theoretical and practical components of non-friable asbestos removal.

Theoretical components include:

  • Licensing
  • Asbestos registers
  • Safe work method statements (SWMS)
  • Asbestos removal control plans (ARCPs)
  • Clearance certificates
  • Air monitoring requirements

Not only do we cover this critical documentation but we also give you sample documentation to help you meet your legislative requirements.

Practical components involve:

  • Completing a risk assessment
  • Learning how to set up an asbestos removal work area
  • Completing an asbestos removal job
  • Decontaminating your tools, equipment, PPE and yourself
  • Returning the work area to an operational condition.

Course outcome

By the end of the Remove Non-Friable Asbestos Training course delegates manage to:

  • prepare for non-friable asbestos removal
  • prepare asbestos removal area and removal site
  • isolate removal site
  • carry out non-friable asbestos removal process
  • carry out decontamination process
  • clean up work site
  • contribute to and use documentation in line with New Zealand regulatory requirements

Course duration

1 Day


Delegates with a Site Safe (New Zealand) or Australian Construction Industry card are eligible to take the course.


It is not a requirement for you to do class B asbestos first if you are looking to remove class A friable asbestos ONLY. 

This course is provided in association with RTO 31465 and is designed for workers likely remove more than 10 square meters of solid or bonded non-friable asbestos.

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