UKATA Approved Asbestos Awareness Training
UK based ATL Safety offers an E-Learning Package to various sectors in the asbestos removal industry across New Zealand.
Our package is successful in providing to a worldwide client base ranging from single trade operatives, smaller construction companies right through to the larger national companies within construction and refurbishment. The dangers of asbestos across the globe remain the same whether workers are from New Zealand, the UK or Australia. The effect on human health remain the same.
As a UKATA Category A, UKATA Category B, UKATA Category C and UKATA E Learning approved training provider we are recognised across New Zealand and well positioned and experienced to provide you with the exact training that you require and need.
Asbestos exposure is still a risk across the country, with many buildings still containing asbestos.
Occupations such as:
- Heating and ventilation engineers
- Demolition workers
- Asbestos removal workers, who have an increased risk of exposure to asbestos.
With the Construction industry most at risk from exposure to asbestos and employing approximately 130,000 people, the need for asbestos awareness and understanding where they could come across asbestos plays an important part in preventing exposure and reducing the death rates even further.
Specialising in providing online asbestos awareness training both overseas and throughout New Zealand. At ATL Safety we consider ourselves to be the preferred Asbestos Awareness training provider.
Suited to your needs
At ATL Safety we can develop an Asbestos Awareness Training programme suited to your exact requirements, we understand your needs as client or contractor to ensure full compliance with the The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), offering you the perfect solution.
Asbestos E-Learning Package
caulicole is specifically aimed at the trade operative or small construction company to help assist in achieving the Asbestos Awareness Certificate. We specialise in Asbestos Management.
Proposed Asbestos regulations
Revised Asbestos Regulations are due to come into force in 2015. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has proposed that under the new regulations, people in control of a place of work will need to prepare an asbestos register and keep it at the workplace. The person with management or control of a workplace will need to provide this information to those who occupy the premises (including worker representatives) or those who may carry out work that may disturb the asbestos.
WorkSafe New Zealand recommends that people in control of a place of work prepare an asbestos register by arranging for an asbestos survey of their workplace. The asbestos register will assist those in control of a place of work and provide information for contractors undertaking minor maintenance of locations where ACMs are present.