This training will give you the skills and knowledge required to supervise the removal process for friable and non-friable asbestos containing material (ACM). It includes planning for and supervising the removal process, including preparing the work area and the work site, using safe and compliant removal practices, maintaining safety procedures, and supervising the decontamination and removal processes.
Ensuring compliance with the asbestos removal control plan (ARCP) is central to the effective performance of the role. This includes ensuring and documenting required air monitoring and other testing. Certification processes are conducted by licensed asbestos assessors according to legislation.
This unit is required for all supervisors of the ACM removal process. Candidates are advised to check for regulatory requirements in the ACT.
This training achieves a unit from the Certificate IV in Building and Construction (CPC40110).
|Qualification:||Statement of Attainment - training in Supervising Asbestos Removal [extract from CPC40110]|
|Likely Job Outcome:||On successful completion of this program you will be able to apply for an asbestos awareness card from WorkSafe to work in the asbestos removal industry. Asbestos removal supervision from domestic or commercial construction work sites, covering demolition or new work sites, renovation, extensions or restorations.|
Candidates are advised to check for regulatory requirements in NSW and ACT.
Entry Requirements / How to Apply
You must have a relevant Certificate III Trade qualification or equivalent skills and knowledge AND a current Induction Card.
A current Induction Card is required for access to a building site where the supervision of asbestos removal is commonly conducted. It is also a pre-requisite requirement for this program. To gain this card and to do the training in Supervising Asbestos Removal you must successfully complete the unit CPCCOHS1001A - Work safely in the construction industry. It is available for study in SA-BE24 training in Construction Induction.
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Supervise asbestos removal
CIT Code: BLDG174 Description:
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to supervise the removal process for friable and non-friable asbestos containing material (ACM). The unit includes planning for and supervising the removal process, including preparing the work area and the work site, using safe and compliant removal practices, maintaining safety procedures, and supervising the decontamination and removal processes.
Ensuring compliance with the asbestos removal control plan (ARCP) is central to the effective performance of the role. This includes ensuring and documenting that required air monitoring and other testing and certification processes are conducted by licensed asbestos assessors according to legislation.
Prerequisites: OHSS436 CPCCOHS1001A WORK SAFELY IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
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