Regional Enviroscience provides a range of practical and code-compliant training options for individuals or organisations working with asbestos or in an asbestos hazard area. This training is in addition to the general training requirements required as part of an employers primary duty of care to provide information, training and instruction.
As occupational hygienists with a proven specialty expertise in asbestos, EnviroScience’s asbestos awareness courses cover all legislative requirements, emerging risk areas (including naturally occurring asbestos and imported goods) is written and spoken in the natural language of the students and is available in multiple versions depending upon level of management and seniority in the company
Online asbestos awareness training
EnviroScience’s online asbestos awareness training is a cloud or client’s LMS based online, self-paced asbestos awareness course – designed by the experts in the field of keeping people safe from asbestos hazards. Completion of the course, quizzes throughout the modules and a final test awards the student with a certificate of completion and satisfies the current legislation to train all workers with a risk of coming into contact with asbestos.
Purchase the Online Asbestos Awareness Training Course here.
Download our course brochure here. Read more about the course here.
You can view a video snapshot of our online self-paced asbestos awareness course here.
Asbestos awareness training tailored to your needs
EnviroScience has completed numerous client-specific, face to face training programs in Regional NSW. Many of these have been for the whole organisation – from Director – to understand their responsibilities and actions through to site managers, supervisors and workers working with asbestos containing materials.
For example we have separate courses that cover all you need to know if you are:
A worker or contractor dealing directly with asbestos
Supervisors or site managers
Project managers or middle management
Director of a company
These are delivered face to face by an EnviroScience Licenced Asbestos Assessor – who is not just a trainer, but someone who has in-depth experience in managing the types of projects staff will be working on.