Asbestos Worker Certification Training Course

Get Your Team Certified

Understanding the hazard is the first step. Your personnel must be adequately taught about the safe handling of any hazardous products in your workplace. ASE Services has created a variety of training courses, including the worker certification, to assist clients in preventing injury from asbestos. When it comes to dealing with hazardous materials in the workplace, most training courses may be customized to meet the unique demands of our clients – for a bespoke approach to safety training.

Two Day Asbestos Worker Certification Course

The two-day Asbestos Worker Certification course is offered by one of the few recognized training providers in the country. Health concerns, legal requirements, personal protective equipment, safe work practices, containment design, and containment construction make up curriculum. After completing the course, each participant will receive a three-year Asbestos Worker Certification Card.

Awareness Courses for Asbestos, Mould, Lead, Silica, and Other Common Hazards

Workers encountering hazardous materials while working on your premises should take an awareness course. These short courses range in length from 2 hours to 1 day and can be tailored to the needs of our clients' respective companies. On request, ASE Services may develop and provide awareness seminars on various hazardous compounds.

WHIMIS 2015

Every workplace has industrial chemicals of some kind. It's a legal necessity that personnel receive sufficient training on how to handle these substances safely. ASE Services will provide a complete WHMIS training session for your employees that addresses the chemicals they are exposed to at work.

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that many industrial and commercial applications used to rely on due to its strength, resistance to heat and chemicals, and insulating properties. In older buildings, it can be common – so safety’s paramount. Despite its benefits, asbestos exposure can cause serious health problems, including lung cancer, mesothelioma (a type of cancer that affects the lining of the lungs), and asbestosis (a chronic lung condition). If you’re mitigating it, you need special training from our asbestos worker certification. Even if not directly dealing with it, your workers still need awareness courses!

Given the potential health risks associated with asbestos exposure, it’s important to enroll in an accredited asbestos training course before beginning work in an environment where exposure is possible. Such courses typically provide information on identifying asbestos-containing materials, how to safely work with them, and what personal protective measures should be taken to minimize the risk.