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Class A and B Asbestos Removal Course
(Friable and Non-Friable Asbestos Removal)



$ 900 + GST per person



1.5 Days


Unit Standard

NZQA Unit Standard 29766, 29765



This course is required for workers who want to engage in safe removal of Class A and B asbestos or friable and non-friable asbestos.



CSP – Construction Safety Passport (with us), Constructsafe, The White Card (Australia), SiteSafe (NZ), or other similar proprietary health and safety induction certification recognised in New Zealand; or demonstration of equivalent knowledge and skills in health and safety in the construction industry.


This one and a half day course is for tradespeople and businesses who remove and manage asbestos or asbestos-containing materials (ACM) under Class A and B. Tradespeople tasked to remove friable and non-friable asbestos must complete this training and obtain a Class A and B Licence before undertaking the work. 


Anyone who undertakes asbestos removal in an area of over 10m2 must have completed a non-friable (Class B) asbestos training course. Class A and B jobs also require the presence of someone licensed to supervise asbestos removal.


The course covers both the theoretical and practical components of this type of asbestos removal: difference between friable and non-friable asbestos containing materials (ACM), all aspects of preparation, site isolation, removal and decontamination, site clean-up, and completing associated regulatory documentation.  

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Friable Asbestos Removal Course (Class A)

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Asbestos Assessor Course

Asbestos Awareness Course

Asbestos Management & Surveying

Who should attend this course?

  • Individuals who wish to apply for a Class A and B asbestos removal licence

  • Individuals who wish to undertake Class A and B asbestos removal work

  • Individuals planning to eventually apply to become a licensed asbestos supervisor


Occupational Health and Safety > Hazardous Substances and Materials

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