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Asbestos Awareness Training I & II

This course is designed to provide the hazard identification tools to keep workers safe from accidental asbestos exposure.

 

Note: This is not a certification in Asbestos Abatement.

 

Type 1 Operations: 

  1. Installing or removingACM ceiling tiles if the tiles cover an area less than 7.5 square metres and are installed or removed without being broken, cut drilled, abraded, ground, sanded or vibrated
  2. Installing or removing non-friable ACM, other than ceiling tiles, if the material is installed or removed without being broken, cut, drilled, abraded, ground, sanded or vibrated.
  3. Breaking, cutting, drilling, abrading, grinding, sanding, or vibrating non-friable ACM if,
  4. the material is wetted to control the spread of dust or fibres, and
  5. the work is done only by means of non-powered hand-held tools
  6. Removing *less than one square metre of drywall in which joint-filling compounds that are ACM have been used.

Type 2 Operations: 

  1. Removing all or part of a false ceiling to obtain access to a work area, if ACM is likely to be lying on the surface of the false ceiling.
  2. The removal or disturbance of one square metre or less of friable ACM during the repair, alteration, maintenance or demolition of machinery or equipment or a building, aircraft, locomotive, railway car, vehicle or ship.
  3. Enclosing friable ACM.
  4. Applying tape or a sealant or other covering to pipe or boiler insulation that has been identified as ACM.
  5. Installing or removing ACM ceiling tiles if the tiles cover an area of 7.5 square metres or more and are installed or removed without being broken, cut, drilled, abraded, ground, sanded or vibrated.
  6. Breaking, cutting, drilling, abrading, grinding, sanding or vibrating non-friable ACM if the material is not wetted to control the spread of dust or fibres and the work is done only withnon-powered hand-held tools.
  7. Breaking, cutting, drilling, abrading, grinding, sanding or vibrating non-friable ACM if the work is done with power tools that are attached to HEPA filtered dust-collecting devices.
  8. Removing one square metre or more of drywall in which joint filling compounds that are ACM have been used.
  9. Removing insulation that is ACM from a pipe, duct or similar structure using a glove bag.
  10. Cleaning or removing filters used in air handling equipment in a building that has sprayed      fireproofing that is ACM
  11. An operation that is not mentioned in any of paragraphs 1 to 10, may expose a worker to asbestos, and is not classified as a Type 1 or Type 3 operation

To register, or for more information on these courses, please complete the email form below or e-mail us at safetyedpays@hazmasters.com.

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