Combating Asbestos in National Safe Work Month
National Safe Work Month is underway and CSQ is taking the opportunity to promote the vital role of s
14 October, 2016 1 min read
National Safe Work Month is underway and CSQ is taking the opportunity to promote the vital role of safety in the construction industry.
CSQ has a number of training and skilling programs which can help you to manage risks and avoid potential hazards in your workplace.
A major focus of these programs is Abestos, a group of toxic mineral fibres that tradespeople may encounter in the workforce. Prolonged exposure to Asbestos can have devastating long-term health impacts such as Mesothelioma, Asbestosis and lung cancer.
To help you to better understand and work safely with Asbestos, CSQ funds the following five Short Courses:
- Working Safely with Asbestos Containing Materials (WSFACM001A)
- Remove Friable Asbestos (CPCCDE3015A
- Supervise Asbestos Removal (CPCCBC4051A
- Remove Non-Friable Asbestos (CPCCDE3014A
- Asbestos General Awareness Training (AGAT)
Construction workers may be eligible to receive funding towards these CSQ Short Courses.
To learn more about the courses available and the funding process visit http://www.csq.org.au/search/courses?q=asbestos.