Asbestos is still present in the majority of industrial premises more than 25 years old. The people most at risk are those engaged in building maintenance, refurbishment or demolition work, which includes workers such as painters, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and computer/air conditioning installers who are all at risk of disturbing ACMs and so could potentially be exposed to asbestos fibres.
Permits to Work are an essential tool for managing high risk or infrequent operations and for some tasks there is a legal requirement to produce Permits to Work.
This training course is designed to inform those working on a COMAH site of the processes and procedures in place to prevent accidents. The Learning course outlines the nature of a COMAH site through diagrams, images and instructions.
The course sets out the precautions required to eliminate such discomfort and ensure optimum comfort while using display screen equipment. It also explains to staff what support is available and how to find it.
This Health and Safety E-Learning course provides guidance for staff working in an office or at home. There is an option to add other modules, depending on your requirements, such as Manual Handling, working on construction sites and Workstations.