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RSPH Level 1 Asbestos Awareness Course

We are an accredited course provider for the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) Level 1 Asbestos Awareness courses.

The course is a key element for any individual who may come into contact with asbestos containing materials (ACMs) through their line of work. These individuals include building services managers, engineers, all tradesmen and many more. There is a legal duty for employers to ensure all their staff have had sufficient training to ensure that they do not become exposed to asbestos fibres.

This qualification will ensure that employers meet this requirement by explaining the effects of asbestos on the health of individuals, the types of material likely to contain asbestos, the location of these materials within buildings, and procedures for minimising the risk of asbestos fibre release.

RSPH Level 1 in Asbestos Awareness is a nationally recognised qualification which complies with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 legislation.

The course includes 5 guided learning hours, followed by a multiple choice examination paper consisting of 15 questions.

We run the course at your business premises at a cost of £575 + VAT if you are local to our office. Please ask for a quotation if you are outside the Hampshire area. We will cover the South, London and the Midlands. There will be a fee of £25 + VAT per person (number unlimited subject to venue restrictions) if you require the examination and RSPH qualification. Please note lunch and refreshments at not provided.

We also offer Refresher Training. Please ask for further details.

Call us on 02380 982598 for more information or to book a course.


Course Topics

1. Properties, Uses and Risk to Health 


2. Use of asbestos in the construction industry 


3. Risks of exposure to asbestos containing materials and methods of managing that risk

4. Legislation