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Asbestos Training - NZQA 29768 Conduct Asbestos Assessment Associated With Removal

NZQA Unit Standard 29768

People credited with this unit standard are able to plan for assessment process of asbestos removal; prepare to collect site measurements and other data; use measuring devices to collect site information and data; complete the monitoring process; and evaluate and document results of the monitoring process according to accredited laboratory requirements.

 

Content:

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

  • Plan for assessment process of asbestos removal
  • Prepare to collect site measurements and other data
  • Use measuring devices to collect site information and data
  • Complete the monitoring process
  • Evaluate and document results of the monitoring process according to accredited laboratory requirements

This course is delivered by Greencap in association with NZQA accredited PTE- NZSafetyBlackwoods Worksafe Training.

 

Designed for:

Any person intending to apply for an Asbestos Assessor Licence.

 

Unit of Competency

NZQA Unit Standard 29768 Conduct Asbestos Assessment Associated with Removal

 

Assessment:

Formal examination and assessment process directly upon course completion. The assessment is moderated against NZQA unit standard 29768.

 

Delivery Method:

Training is delivered within a public training facility utilising theory and practical activities. Delivery will include instructor led presentations / scenarios, practical activities, and group exercises.

 

 

Duration:

2 Days

 

Pre-requisites:

NZQA 29766 Remove Friable Asbestos (Class A)

and

NZQA 29767 Supervise Asbestos Removal

 

Co-requisites:

Nil

 

Pre-entry Requirements:

The White card (Australia) Site Safe (New Zealand), or other similar proprietary health and safety induction certification recognised in New Zealand.

 

 

 

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Malcolm Fabiny

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