Asbestos is a hazardous substance that causes serious ill-health when disturbed. It is therefore essential that anyone likely to disturb asbestos needs to take this awareness course to understand the risks associated with asbestos so that they can take the proper measures in case of an encounter with ACMs
Asbestos Awareness plus course is aimed at providing the essential skills needed to anyone likely to disturb asbestos containing materials (ACM). This course fully covers Asbestos Awareness and in addition covers some basics on handling up to 10m2 of class b materials. The course also covers some decontamination measures, requirements and use of PPE and RPE.
The BOHS IP404 Air Monitoring, Clearance Inspections and Reoccupation Following the Removal of Asbestos, is an international asbestos qualification recognised by WorkSafe NZ for Asbestos Assessors.
The course offers a range of theory and practical knowledge for those conducting asbestos removal and remediation projects. This equips an independent asbestos assessor the necessary skills to check and implement
measures that are effective to ensure the area is safe to re occupy at the end of the project.
The BOHS IP405 – Management of Asbestos in Buildings training course provides delegates with skills to manage more efficiently asbestos in buildings whilst gaining broader understanding of asbestos removal procedures.
This nationally recognized Remove Friable Asbestos course is developed for workers and businesses that require to remove or manage friable asbestos as part of their work process. Workers that are tasked to remove or manage friable asbestos must have completed this training.
Friable asbestos products are still common in workplaces that include low-density board (LDB), lagging, asbestos adhesives, insulation and inflammable or weathered asbestos products.
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.
This nationally recognized supervisory asbestos removal course has been designed to ensure that supervisors understand their legislative requirements and have the skills and knowledge to ensure a safe and compliant removal for the removal of friable and non-friable asbestos in a wide variety of scenarios.
It is a legislative requirement for persons looking to supervise the removal of both friable and non-friable asbestos have recognized certification/qualifications.