At ARL our core aim is to add real value to you and your business. We achieve this by providing the very best service through understanding your objectives.
Though effective communication with you, realistic goals can be set and consistently achieved .
Why Do I need Asbestos Training?
Under regulation 10 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 2012 all personnel who are liable to be exposed to asbestos and their supervisors are required to have awareness training with annual refresher training. Suitable training is a very important part of your Asbestos Management Systems and your overall compliance with CAR 2012. It is your responsibility to protect workers from exposure to asbestos.
ARL offer a full training package to suit all needs and requirements under Regulation 10 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and are fully audited members of IATP – the Independent Asbestos Training Providers.
ARL carry out training on-site, in-house or at a venue of your choice.
ARL can supply all equipment required for the training course or are happy to use our clients own facilities.
ARL are recognised as a training provider by the HSE and are "Cascading Partners" with the HSE, keeping up to date with all changes to current legislation enabling ARL to ensure its clients fulfil their obligations under health and safety law.
With many years experience in the field, our training staff comply with the Health and Safety Executive's requirements to use trainers with real life experience who can offer "hands on" guidance.
Distance is no object. ARL have presented training courses across the UK from the Isle of Wight to Scotland and from Dover to Anglesey. Worldwide we have covered Singapore, Ireland and Poland to name a few.
ARL can also arrange for non asbestos related training including:
manual handling, fire marshal, confined spaces, first aid, abrasive wheels, hot cutting etc through our vast network of contacts in the training industry. ARL are happy to arrange Quantative and Qualitative Face Fitting for all types of Respiratory Protective Equipment, which can be carried out during or on completion of the training courses undertaken.
Out of hours and weekend training is carried out by arrangement and for very little extra cost, enabling you to keep your staff working and earning, rather than sitting in a lecture hall.