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Get your Asbestos Awareness certification and digital card from the comfort of your own home with our 100% online Asbestos Awareness Course. Begin this course at no cost and only pay upon completion.
At Inscope Training, we have created an awareness course that will provide you with the knowledge and skills to identify asbestos containing materials and to take appropriate action when it is identified.
Who is this course for?
- That may encounter asbestos or asbestos containing materials in their workplace
- To ensure that they remain safe while on-site
- Wanting to make sure their skills and knowledge are current and up to date with the latest industry standards
Please note that WorkSafe ACT mandates that workers in the Australian Capital Territory must complete a specific awareness course called “10675NAT". This is NOT
- Needing to ensure staff who may come in contact with asbestos or asbestos containing materials in their normal course of work are appropriately trained as required by SafeWork Australia.
- That want a simple and easy way to manage staff courses with a company account (simple invoicing, access to staff certificates and personalised training page)
Is this course accepted in the ACT?
No, in the ACT you need to do the 10675NAT Asbestos Awareness course
Is this course accredited?
No, this an awareness course only. However this course meets the requirements of the various SafeWork departments in all States (except the ACT) for workers who may be exposed to asbesos containing materials (ACM).
Will I get a licence when I complete this course?
No, this course has no licenced outcome, but you will receive a Statement of Completion and an Inscope Asbestos Awareness ecard.
Where can I get more information about asbestos and asbestos-related diseases and treatments?
Awesome asbestos-related resources can be found at Asbestos.com
You can also find a great guide about Pleural mesothelioma (the most common form of cancer caused by asbestos) here