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Managers Supervising Construction Site

Asbestos Assessor Course

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Cost

$ 1200 + GST per person

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Duration

2 days

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Unit Standard

NZQA Unit Standard 29768

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Purpose

This course is required for workers who want to conduct asbestos assessment associated with removal.

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Prerequisite

Unit 29767, Supervise asbestos removal, or demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills.

Overview

Asbestos assessors have to work with a number of different skills, including managing projects and planning for assessment processes. Assessors also need the ability to collect data on-site using measurement devices to keep track of how things are going during any project.

Assessors should be knowledgeable in completing the monitoring process as well as to evaluate the results of the monitoring process according to accredited laboratory requirements. These are necessary to know what information is needed before getting started on an asbestos removal project.

We can provide training on request.  Contact us for more information.

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Who should attend this asbestos assessment course?

  • Individuals who want to conduct asbestos assessment associated with removal

  • Individuals who want to become a WorkSafe licenced asbestos assessor

Topics covered

This unit standard specifies the outcomes required to act as an Assessor for removal or friable asbestos-containing materials. People credited with this unit standard are able to:
 

  • Plan for asbestos removal

  • Prepare to collect site measurements and other data

  • Use measuring devices to collect site information and data

  • Complete the monitoring process; and

  • Evaluate and document results of the monitoring process according to accredited laboratory requirements.

Classification

Occupational Health and Safety > Hazardous Substances and Materials

Available Grade

Achieved

Workplace practices for asbestos removal must meet obligations required under current law including but not limited to: Health and Safety at Work Act 2015, Health and Safety at Work (Asbestos) Regulations 2016, WorkSafe New Zealand Approved Code of Practice for the Management and Removal of Asbestos, and any subsequent changes.

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