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Training Course Portfolio

Training Course Portfolio

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Every employer must make sure that anyone who is liable to disturb asbestos during their normal work, or who supervises those employees, gets the correct level of information, instruction and training so that they can work safely and competently without risk to themselves or others.

There are three main levels of information, instruction and training. These relate to:

Attending a training course on its own will not make a worker competent. Competence is developed over time by implementing and consolidating skills learnt during training, on-the-job learning, instruction and assessment.

It is important that the level of information, instruction and training is appropriate for the work and the roles undertaken by each worker (and supervisor). Using a training needs analysis (TNA) will help to identify what topics should be covered to ensure workers have the right level of competence to avoid putting themselves or others at risk.

Showcasing UKATA at UK Construction Week London 2024

UK's largest built environment event, UK Construction Week took place in London 7-9 May 2024 with UKATA invited to exhibit and showcase the association and its members.UK
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Health & Safety Expo 2024: UKATA’s Insights and Highlights from Birmingham NEC

UKATA proudly exhibited at The Health & Safety, in Birmingham from 30 April – 2 May 2024. The sell out event was a remarkable gathering for almost 50,000 industry profess
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M&S On Board for the Latest HSE Podcast on Asbestos

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Company and Director Fined after Workers Exposed to Asbestos

A company and its director have been sentenced after workers were exposed to asbestos and its potential harmful effects.Inspectors from the Health and Safety Executive (H
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