Posted on Friday, 14th June 2019
It can be confusing understanding the difference between Licensed and Non-Licensed Asbestos Removal work. What are the differences, what training is required and how you achieve a license.
Following on from part 1 in our asbestos series, The Difference Between Licensed and Non Licensed Including NNLW, we have put a handy infographic together that is ideal for employers or workers to understand the key differences.
An at a glance guide to the difference between Licensed and Non-Licensed Asbestos Removal and the training required.
In order to achieve the ACAD CSCS Skilled Worker Card - Licensed Asbestos, you will need to have achieved the NVQ L2 Removal of Hazardous Waste (Construction) – Licensed Asbestos, and also have achieved an ACAD, IATP, UKATA, or ARCA Operative Refresher Training Certificate within the previous 12 months.
Not only that, but like the other CSCS cards, you also need to hold a valid certificate in ONE of the following:
You can study the relevant courses to achieve this card with us, Essential Site Skills. Once you have achieved the card, they last for five years.
Essential Site Skills have been equipping workers with the skills needed for the safe removal of asbestos for years. We offer a range of training and support for those who work with asbestos and employers.
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