The use of asbestos has been prohibited since 1993. However, many older buildings and installations still contain asbestos-containing materials. In many cases this is tucked away properly and does not pose any risks. However, asbestos fibers may be released during renovation work or demolition, which entail health risks.
In order to limit these risks, it is important that people who come into contact with asbestos know how to recognize this material. And how they can deal with this in the right way.
For whom is the Asbestos recognition course intended?
Persons who work professionally at or in buildings Built before 1994, such as supervisors, housing consultants, maintenance workers
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Recognise asbestos certification at PlusPort
At PlusPort you follow the Asbestos recognition course online. You will receive the login codes and access to the online course almost immediately after registering on the website. The theory fits seamlessly with the online test that is included in the course package.