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BOHS – P405 Asbestos Management in Buildings

Information regarding your recent BOHS – P405 Asbestos Management in Buildings course booking with HSS Training

If you are booking with less than 3 working days notice from the course start date please ring 0345 605 0006 to confirm this course. 

Qualifications and Experience:

There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however delegates are expected to be aware of the contents of The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and in particular Regulation 4 and the supporting Approved Code of Practice and guidance L143 Managing and working with asbestos.

The delegate must have a good understanding of spoken and written English. Any problems with literacy or language comprehension should be declared at least 24 hours prior to the course.  This need not preclude attendance to the course, provisions can be arranged provided we can assess the delegates' needs. These will need to be authorised prior to the course by the accreditation.  

Prior to the commencement of the course please also identify any special requirements delegates may have, such as learning difficulties, so that trainer support can be given during the course.

Delegates are required to bring:

Please click here to find all pre-course reading material.

Please bring a printed version of HSG 247 to the course.  The key documents to read are:

  • L143 (2013) Managing and working with asbestos. Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, Approved Code of Practice and guidance (be familiar with the headings)
  • HSG264 (2012) Asbestos: The survey guide (particularly appendices 2 and 3)
  • HSG227 (2002) A comprehensive guide to managing asbestos in premises, pages 48-69
  • HSG227 (2002) A comprehensive guide to managing asbestos in premises, Appendix 2 paragraphs 5-6 plus table 2
  • HSG227 (2002) A comprehensive guide to managing asbestos in premises, Appendix 3
  • HSG227 (2002) A comprehensive guide to managing asbestos in premises, Appendix 4

The following are beneficial, but not essential:

  • HSG247 (2006) Asbestos: The licensed contractors’ guide (covered in the course)
  • HSG210 (2012) Asbestos Essentials (covered in the course)
  • HSG248 (2005) Asbestos: The analysts guide for sampling, analysis and clearance procedures (covered in the course)
  • L153 (2015) Managing health and safety in construction, Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (2015), Approved Code of Practice (optional background knowledge)
  • Asbestos and man-made mineral fibres in buildings: Practical Guidance, Thomas Telford DETR (1999) (optional background knowledge: appendices 2, 3, 4, and 5)
  • A short guide for clients on the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 INDG 411 (background knowledge, but recommended)

If you are unable to print this material, please contact us prior to the course and we can provide this for you at a cost of £40+vat.

If you require further information, please contact us by telephone on 0345 766 7799 or email trainingadmin@hss.com.

Registration

Please arrive at the venue at 08:45 for a 09:00 start. Delegates are to report to the reception area and advise they are attending a Santia Asbestos P405 course.

Duration

Minimum contact time: 18 hrs with tutor, plus 6 hrs study time

Each training day concludes at approximately 17:00 but may run later than this, please also be aware that you will need to spend time in the evenings working on questions and revising.

On the final day of the course, the exam should conclude before 15:30.

Aim

To provide practical knowledge and skills in order to be able to manage asbestos in buildings, and provide a basic knowledge of asbestos removal procedures.

Agenda

  • Legislation
  • Management of asbestos in buildings
  • Asbestos remediation
  • Role of laboratory / analysts
  • Practical work

If delivered in-company, space will be required for a decontamination unit and erection of a basic enclosure. 

Theory and Practical Test 

Two individual written examinations with explanation of pass requirements.

Course Evaluation

Course Evaluation and close.

On completion of the course delegates will be asked to complete an evaluation form - we find delegate feedback very useful and welcome your comments as this will enable us to maintain a high level of service and quality.

 

Delegates are required to pass both of the following parts (A and B below) to be awarded the module.

A: Written Theory Examination
This is a closed-book examination of 40 short-answer questions to be completed in two hours. The examination covers sections 1 to 4 of the syllabus and will be overseen by a BOHS invigilator.

B: Written Practical Examination
This is an open-book practical examination covering section 5 of the syllabus with up to 35 questions, illustrated with photographs, diagrams and extracts from documents, to be completed in two hours. Delegates are permitted to access relevant reference material but not electronic databases, computers or mobile phones. Communication between delegates is not permitted. The examination is overseen by a BOHS invigilator.

Certification

Delegates who pass both examinations within 12 months will be awarded a Proficiency Certificate in Management of Asbestos in Buildings.

Certificates are issued approximately 4-6 weeks after the course.

Equality and Diversity Policy

HSS Training are committed to ensuring all delegates have an equal opportunity to achieve their chosen qualification. To this end, a range of provisions can be made for delegates with any special physical or learning needs (those delegates who speak English as a second language are also eligible for additional support). HSS Training will always seek to abide by the Equality and Diversity policy it has in place. A copy of this is available upon request.

Complaints and Appeals Procedure

HSS Training is accredited by a number of different Awarding Bodies. Awarding Bodies are external organisations who provide support and closely monitor HSS Training standards. These organisations can be contacted at any time with concerns or queries.
We are committed to providing a quality service to all our clients.  When something goes wrong, we need you to tell us about it. This will help us to improve our services and standards.

Please click here for more information.

 

Who qualifies for a Grant? 

Employers may be able to claim CITB-ConstructionSkills Grant to offset the cost of employees attending eligible training courses and achieving recognised qualifications. Employers must be in-scope and registered with CITB-ConstructionSkills at the time of training. Full details about Grants can be found on www.cskills.org/levy-grant or from the local ConstructionSkills office. If you are eligible to receive a Grant and provide the seven-digit CITB-ConstructionSkills Levy Grant registration number on the course assessment form, CITB will send a claim form to the employer to claim a Grant where applicable. If the registration number is not supplied the Grant will not be paid. Courses may be audited for grant verification purposes.

 

 

If you are booking with less than 3 working days notice from the course start date please ring 0345 605 0006 to confirm this course. 

Qualifications and Experience:

There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however delegates are expected to be aware of the contents of The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and in particular Regulation 4 and the supporting Approved Code of Practice and guidance L143 Managing and working with asbestos.

The delegate must have a good understanding of spoken and written English. Any problems with literacy or language comprehension should be declared at least 24 hours prior to the course.  This need not preclude attendance to the course, provisions can be arranged provided we can assess the delegates' needs. These will need to be authorised prior to the course by the accreditation.  

Prior to the commencement of the course please also identify any special requirements delegates may have, such as learning difficulties, so that trainer support can be given during the course.

Delegates are required to bring:

Please click here to find all pre-course reading material.

Please bring a printed version of HSG 247 to the course.  The key documents to read are:

  • L143 (2013) Managing and working with asbestos. Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, Approved Code of Practice and guidance (be familiar with the headings)
  • HSG264 (2012) Asbestos: The survey guide (particularly appendices 2 and 3)
  • HSG227 (2002) A comprehensive guide to managing asbestos in premises, pages 48-69
  • HSG227 (2002) A comprehensive guide to managing asbestos in premises, Appendix 2 paragraphs 5-6 plus table 2
  • HSG227 (2002) A comprehensive guide to managing asbestos in premises, Appendix 3
  • HSG227 (2002) A comprehensive guide to managing asbestos in premises, Appendix 4

The following are beneficial, but not essential:

  • HSG247 (2006) Asbestos: The licensed contractors’ guide (covered in the course)
  • HSG210 (2012) Asbestos Essentials (covered in the course)
  • HSG248 (2005) Asbestos: The analysts guide for sampling, analysis and clearance procedures (covered in the course)
  • L153 (2015) Managing health and safety in construction, Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (2015), Approved Code of Practice (optional background knowledge)
  • Asbestos and man-made mineral fibres in buildings: Practical Guidance, Thomas Telford DETR (1999) (optional background knowledge: appendices 2, 3, 4, and 5)
  • A short guide for clients on the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 INDG 411 (background knowledge, but recommended)

If you are unable to print this material, please contact us prior to the course and we can provide this for you at a cost of £40+vat.

If you require further information, please contact us by telephone on 0345 766 7799 or email trainingadmin@hss.com.

Registration

Please arrive at the venue at 08:45 for a 09:00 start. Delegates are to report to the reception area and advise they are attending a Santia Asbestos P405 course.

Duration

Minimum contact time: 18 hrs with tutor, plus 6 hrs study time

Each training day concludes at approximately 17:00 but may run later than this, please also be aware that you will need to spend time in the evenings working on questions and revising.

On the final day of the course, the exam should conclude before 15:30.

Aim

To provide practical knowledge and skills in order to be able to manage asbestos in buildings, and provide a basic knowledge of asbestos removal procedures.

Agenda

  • Legislation
  • Management of asbestos in buildings
  • Asbestos remediation
  • Role of laboratory / analysts
  • Practical work

If delivered in-company, space will be required for a decontamination unit and erection of a basic enclosure. 

Theory and Practical Test 

Two individual written examinations with explanation of pass requirements.

Course Evaluation

Course Evaluation and close.

On completion of the course delegates will be asked to complete an evaluation form - we find delegate feedback very useful and welcome your comments as this will enable us to maintain a high level of service and quality.

 

Delegates are required to pass both of the following parts (A and B below) to be awarded the module.

A: Written Theory Examination
This is a closed-book examination of 40 short-answer questions to be completed in two hours. The examination covers sections 1 to 4 of the syllabus and will be overseen by a BOHS invigilator.

B: Written Practical Examination
This is an open-book practical examination covering section 5 of the syllabus with up to 35 questions, illustrated with photographs, diagrams and extracts from documents, to be completed in two hours. Delegates are permitted to access relevant reference material but not electronic databases, computers or mobile phones. Communication between delegates is not permitted. The examination is overseen by a BOHS invigilator.

Certification

Delegates who pass both examinations within 12 months will be awarded a Proficiency Certificate in Management of Asbestos in Buildings.

Certificates are issued approximately 4-6 weeks after the course.

Equality and Diversity Policy

HSS Training are committed to ensuring all delegates have an equal opportunity to achieve their chosen qualification. To this end, a range of provisions can be made for delegates with any special physical or learning needs (those delegates who speak English as a second language are also eligible for additional support). HSS Training will always seek to abide by the Equality and Diversity policy it has in place. A copy of this is available upon request.

Complaints and Appeals Procedure

HSS Training is accredited by a number of different Awarding Bodies. Awarding Bodies are external organisations who provide support and closely monitor HSS Training standards. These organisations can be contacted at any time with concerns or queries.
We are committed to providing a quality service to all our clients.  When something goes wrong, we need you to tell us about it. This will help us to improve our services and standards.

Please click here for more information.

 

Who qualifies for a Grant? 

Employers may be able to claim CITB-ConstructionSkills Grant to offset the cost of employees attending eligible training courses and achieving recognised qualifications. Employers must be in-scope and registered with CITB-ConstructionSkills at the time of training. Full details about Grants can be found on www.cskills.org/levy-grant or from the local ConstructionSkills office. If you are eligible to receive a Grant and provide the seven-digit CITB-ConstructionSkills Levy Grant registration number on the course assessment form, CITB will send a claim form to the employer to claim a Grant where applicable. If the registration number is not supplied the Grant will not be paid. Courses may be audited for grant verification purposes.

 

 

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