Duty to Manage Asbestos Course Online Training

This duty to manage asbestos online course is aimed at Duty Holders and Appointed Persons under Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, the Duty to Manage Asbestos in Non-Domestic Premises.

Course Price : £60.00 +VAT

Course Details

Duty to Manage Asbestos Online Course Details

If you’re looking for effective duty to manage asbestos training courses, you have come to the right place. At NATAS, we are experts on all things asbestos, providing classroom and online training to suit your needs. 

Our duty to manage asbestos online training course is aimed at aimed at Duty Holders and Appointed Person under Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, the Duty to Manage Asbestos in Non-Domestic Premises. Our award-winning eLearning course allows you to train and get certified on the same day, with full support from online tutors to help and assist learners. 

Who is this online training course suitable for?

Anyone with duties under Regulation 4 of CAR 2012 – Management of Asbestos in Non-Domestic Premises is suited to this course.

People have responsibilities if they repair or maintain non-domestic premises or even just access them. This can include both employers and employees, those who are self-employed, and building owners. The course is also highly beneficial for landlords with similar responsibilities. It will give you the valuable information you need when managing risks from asbestos in rented domestic premises.

Course Outline

The duty to manage asbestos online training is divided into seven key sections.They focus on all of the crucial awareness elements to increase people’s knowledge of the dangers of working with hazardous materials. The sections include:

  • Section 1 – Introduction to Duty to Manage Asbestos. This section gives a detailed overview and introduction to how to manage asbestos safely
  • Section 2 – Legislation Behind Managing Asbestos. This section teaches the legal requirements involved in managing asbestos safely and who has the duty to manage the material.
  • Section 3 – Developing an Asbestos Management Strategy. This section help employees and employers develop a detailed strategy for your workplace to ensure asbestos is handled correctly, those who require training are fully qualified and more.
  • Section 4 – Asbestos Risk Assessments. This section helps learners complete one of the most important parts of managing asbestos safely and correctly. It ensures each learner knows how to build a detailed and informative risk assessment on any potential asbestos materials.
  • Section 5 – Reporting Results. This section builds on the previous one and delves into communicating the results of any asbestos work. It establishes a clear log of each task carried out, each team member involved and each risk reduced.
  • Section 6 – Asbestos Registers and Management Plans. This section takes each of the skills built up so far in the duty to manage asbestos online training course and channels them into creating efficient and effective management plans for dealing with the substance.
  • Section 7 – Asbestos Remediation. The final section of this training course is a remediation of the asbestos work. This will teach learners all they need to know on how to remedy any asbestos-related issue successfully.

After completing the training, you will be presented with your duty to manage asbestos awareness certificate to identify you as fully qualified to deal with this material safely. Both the Royal Society and HSE approve the qualification for the Prevention of Accidents.

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  • Gain your industry-recognised certificate. Available to download instantly as a PDF and printable. 

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What is the pass mark for the assessment?

To successfully complete the training, delegates must pass the assessment with a minimum score of 80%. This is the equivalent of two wrong answers. 

Any delegates that did not obtain 80% have three attempts to resit and pass the course. An additional license must be purchased by anyone who has not passed after three attempts.

Course timing

This course will take approximately four hours to complete. However, you can take the course at your convenience and do not need to complete it in a single session.

The course is designed to follow and complete each section before moving to the next. Students can go back and review completed sections at any time.

Why Choose NATAS?

Choose NATAS for your duty to manage asbestos online course and take advantage of decades of experience from a 100% dedicated asbestos training provider. Our courses, including our manual handling course and P402 asbestos course, have been perfected to encapsulate every aspect of the duty to manage asbestos regulations and compliance. Whether you’re a property owner, employer or building manager, you will learn important and worthwhile information that keeps people on-site safe.

Our clients also love to work with us as we offer both comprehensive classroom training and eLearning courses that ensure you get the training best suited to your needs. Plus, you can benefit from same-day accreditation to ensure the smooth running of your business. 

Find out more about how we can help you with bespoke training and consultancy services today, and contact our friendly team to learn more. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What will I learn in the duty to manage asbestos course?

The duty to manage asbestos training course is comprehensive, covering everything to ensure total compliance by duty holders. From the course, you will learn about the legislation, how to develop an asbestos management strategy, risk assessments and management plans. You will also learn how to report results and about asbestos remediation.

What is The Duty to Manage Asbestos?

The duty to manage asbestos is the responsibility of the duty holder to protect others who live or work on premises from the dangers of asbestos. As stated in regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, it is the duty holders’ responsibility to look out for and monitor asbestos-containing materials and presume other materials contain asbestos until proven not. It is also their responsibility to assess the risk of the asbestos material, prepare a plan for how the risks will be managed and provide transparent information to anyone who is liable to work on or disturb them. 

It is also a duty for others to cooperate as necessary with the duty holder to complete the requirements.

Why is Asbestos so Dangerous?

Asbestos was first imported into the UK in the 1860s. The properties of asbestos made it an ideal material for a wide range of uses such as shipbuilding, steam engine and pipe insulation, fire protection etc.

By the mid 1900’s asbestos was used in a wide variety of building products and was used extensively in the building and construction industry. Its use peaked between the 1950s and the mid 1980s.

Although asbestos in all its forms was finally banned in 1999 there are still millions of buildings and facilities including industrial, commercial and domestic, which contain asbestos materials. Therefore as you may work in buildings where asbestos may be present or you might encounter asbestos during the course of your work, you will need to know what you can do to reduce your risk of exposure.

Whilst asbestos can be found in many products and materials in buildings it does not pose a threat to health unless the asbestos containing materials are disturbed, damaged or are in poor condition. 

Asbestos is made up of tiny fibres which can be released when asbestos containing materials are disturbed. These airborne fibres can be inhaled and cause asbestos related diseases. Asbestos exposure generally refers to exposure to airborne asbestos fibres.

Asbestos is the largest single cause of occupational ill health (in other words asbestos is the biggest killer in the workplace).The number of people who die each year from past exposure to asbestos is now more than 5000 in the UK alone and that figure is expected to increase to possibly 10,000 by 2025 when the death rate is expected to peak.

Currently, on average 20 tradesmen die each week from asbestos related disease, this includes plumbers, electricians, joiners and other trades.

What is Duty to Manage Asbestos?

The duty to manage asbestos is a legal requirement under the Control of Asbestos Regulations. This duty applies to the owners, occupiers, and those who have control over maintenance and repair of non-domestic premises. It refers to the responsibility to manage the risk from asbestos by identifying its presence and ensuring that appropriate measures are in place to prevent exposure.

Is Duty to Manage Asbestos Training Important?

Training in the duty to manage asbestos is not merely essential; it is a legal obligation for those responsible for maintaining buildings where asbestos may be present. The risks associated with asbestos exposure are significant, including serious lung diseases and cancer. Thus, proper asbestos duty to manage training ensures that these risks are identified, managed, and mitigated in accordance with legal requirements.

Getting Duty to Manage Asbestos Training from NATAS

NATAS offers specialized duty to manage asbestos training, tailored to meet the needs of those responsible for managing asbestos in non-domestic premises. Their courses offer a comprehensive understanding of legal obligations, risk assessments, management plans, and practical guidance on managing asbestos effectively.

The Types of Duty to Manage Asbestos Training that NATAS Offer

NATAS provides a range of training options in the duty to manage asbestos. This includes general awareness training for employees and specific courses for duty holders responsible for managing asbestos. From introductory sessions to advanced courses, NATAS ensures that every aspect of asbestos management is covered.

Jobs that Require Duty to Manage Asbestos Training

Various jobs require duty to manage asbestos training. Building owners, facility managers, health and safety professionals, and maintenance staff, among others, must understand their legal obligations related to asbestos management. Even contractors working on older buildings must have this training to ensure they can identify and manage asbestos risks appropriately.

What is Included in Duty to Manage Asbestos Training?

Duty to manage asbestos training includes understanding the nature of asbestos, where it might be found, its health risks, and the legal requirements surrounding it. The training also covers how to conduct asbestos surveys, interpret their results, develop and implement a management plan, and ensure that control measures remain effective.

Asbestos duty holder training takes this further, focusing on the specific responsibilities of those designated as duty holders under the law. It encompasses a thorough understanding of the legislation and provides practical guidance on fulfilling those legal obligations.

Duty to manage asbestos courses from NATAS also covers continuous risk assessment, regular monitoring, and the engagement of licensed professionals for removal or encapsulation if necessary.

Why Choose NATAS?

Choosing NATAS for your asbestos duty to manage training is selecting a trusted and experienced provider. NATAS offers a comprehensive curriculum designed by experts in the field, ensuring up-to-date information and practical insights. Their flexible training options, whether online or on-site, provide ease of access for all participants. In addition, NATAS’ commitment to quality education means that trainees leave the course well-equipped to fulfil their duties under the law.

The duty to manage asbestos is a vital aspect of property maintenance that carries significant legal obligations. Understanding this duty, the associated risks of asbestos, and how to manage them effectively is paramount. From asbestos duty holder training to general awareness courses, duty to manage asbestos training is not merely a legal requirement but a moral one, ensuring the safety of employees, contractors, and the general public. NATAS’ comprehensive and flexible training offerings provide an excellent solution for anyone needing to understand and fulfil their legal obligations regarding asbestos management. Their expertise and dedication to quality education make them an ideal choice for anyone needing duty to manage asbestos training or looking to advance their understanding of this complex subject.

To book onto our Duty to Manage Asbestos course, please click here: https://www.natas.co.uk/duty-to-manage-asbestos-online-course/

Course Price : £60.00 +VAT

Please note, all our online courses are registered via our dedicated online learning site Natas 360 Certified. You will be redirected to www.360certified.com to register.

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Who are Natas?

NATAS was first established in 1996 as the National Asbestos Training & Accreditation Scheme. It was the first 100% dedicated asbestos training provider in the UK and the first independent asbestos training provider to be recognised by HSE. Since then NATAS has trained tens of thousands of people in all aspects of asbestos from awareness through to asbestos removal and maintenance, asbestos surveying, material analysis, air testing and consultancy.

NATAS remains the UK's longest established independent asbestos training provider and to this day maintains itself as a highly respected training provider in the UK and worldwide.

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