SUITABLE FOR: Ground Investigation Practitioners, surveyors, developers, housebuilders, contractors and site owners.
CL:AIRE is offering a 1 day course that will explain in detail the requirements of CAR 2012, HSE ACoP and guidance L143, in the context of the new guidance set out in CAR-SOILTM, for persons working on sites with soil and/or C&D materials contaminated with asbestos.
This course assumes that participants do not already have demonstrable in-depth knowledge of HSE ACoP and guidance L143.
To provide a detailed overview of the requirements of CAR 2012, HSE ACoP and guidance L143 and CAR-SOILTM in the application of CAR 2012 for sites with soil and/or C&D materials contaminated with asbestos. The course will also provide an insight how these key differences were developed in conjunction with HSE.
This course is an essential introductory learning package for environmental and construction professionals engaged on investigating, assessing, remediating and developing sites that are contaminated with asbestos. The course may also be applicable to waste management professionals engaged in recycling C&D materials that may be contaminated with asbestos.
This course qualifies towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD), a certificate of attendance will be provided on completion of the training.
Duration 7 hours (contact time)
Registration and tea/coffee 8.30am - 9.00am
Session 1: 9.00am - 10.30am
Break for tea/coffee 10.30am - 10.45am
Session 2: 10.45am - 12.15pm
Lunch - 12.15pm
Session 3: 13.00pm - 14.30pm
Break for tea/coffee 14.30pm - 14.45pm
Session 4: 14.45pm - 16.15pm
Round-up and close-out 16.15pm – 17.15pm
Jonathan Pulfer has over 24 years' experience in all aspects of the investigation, assessment and management of asbestos in various roles. He holds the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) Certificate of Competence in Asbestos (CoCA). He has delivered BOHS proficiency module training for both internal and external candidates for the proficiency modules P401 to P406 inclusive. In addition, he is currently an approved BOHS specialist invigilator for BOHS modules -P401 and P403. He was a training provider course auditor for IATP and UKATA. Jonathan regularly provides training in asbestos awareness and training for operatives conducting non-licensed work on asbestos.
Stephen Forster has over 28 years' experience in all aspects of the investigation, assessment and management of asbestos and contaminated land in various roles. He has developed broad-ranging practical experience and expertise in the fields of both asbestos in buildings management and investigation and assessment of asbestos-contaminated land, recycled C&D materials and wastes.
He is Chair of the Joint Industry Working Group on Asbestos in Soil and Construction & Demolition Material and was the author of the industry guidance interpreting the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 for application in the assessment of land contaminated by asbestos – CAR-SOIL (CL:AIRE, 2016), developed in conjunction with the Health & Safety Executive, and is co-author and editor of the JIWGs Asbestos in Soil Code of Practice (CL:AIRE 2016, in prep).
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