This nationally recognised Remove non-friable asbestos removal course 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.

  • Wed 19 Dec

    1 day, Wed 8:00 AM NZDT - Wed 4:00 PM NZDT
    Auckland
    • $500.00 excl. GST
    Register10 places remaining
  • Mon 14 Jan

    1 day, Mon 8:00 AM NZDT - Mon 4:00 PM NZDT
    Auckland
    • $500.00 excl. GST
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  • Fri 15 Feb

    1 day, Fri 8:00 AM NZDT - Fri 4:00 PM NZDT
    Auckland
    • $500.00 excl. GST
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  • Mon 11 Mar

    1 day, Mon 9:00 AM NZDT - Mon 5:00 PM NZDT
    Auckland
    • $500.00 excl. GST
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Description

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 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