Asbestos Awareness Training

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Face-Fit Testing

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Non Licenced Removal Training

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Quality Asbestos Training Courses in Devon


Reasons to use Fire Coral...
  • IATP Asbestos Awareness Training from £375+vat for 20 delegates
  • On-site face-fit testing from as little as £195+vat for up to 20 tests.
  • Asbestos Removal Training (Non-Licensed) from £575+vat
  • Immediate certification if you've paid up-front.
  • Face-fit testing of up to 40 people per day

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Asbestos Training in Devon

For labourers working with the fabric of a building, it is mandatory to take a full Asbestos Training in Devon according to The Control of Asbestos Regulations (2006). This regulation affects electrical engineers, contractors, plumbers and decorators and anyone who might disturb the fabric of a building during their work. With such important legal insight into how the regulations affect you, we strongly recommend that all supervisors and mangers also take the course.

Devon Asbestos Courses - Non-Licensed Removal

All of our Devon Asbestos Training are expertly designed to actually surpass HSE regulatory requirements so our clients can rest assured that they have fully met their legal obligations.

We take pride in being able to tailor the Devon Asbestos Courses to meet specific needs of any business. We work hard to ensure that you have the tools in place to keep your workforce protected.

About Devon

Devon is a large county in southwestern England. The county is sometimes referred to as Devonshire, although the term is rarely used inside the county itself and often indicates a traditional or historical context, such as The Devonshire Association, which was formed in 1862. The county shares borders with Cornwall to the west and Dorset and Somerset to the east. Its southern coast abuts the English Channel and its northern coast the Bristol Channel. The name "Devon" derives from the kingdom of Dumnonia, which was home to the tribe of Celtic people who inhabited this area of the southwestern peninsula of Britain at the time of the Roman invasion in AD 43, Dumnonii―possibly meaning 'Deep Valley Dwellers' or 'Worshippers of the god Dumnonos'. Devon is the fourth largest of the English counties and has a population of 1,141,600. The county town is the cathedral city of Exeter and the county contains two independent unitary authorities: the port city of Plymouth and the Torbay conurbation of seaside resorts, in addition to Devon County Council itself. Plymouth is also the largest city in Devon. Much of the county is rural (including national park) land, with a low population density by British standards. It contains Dartmoor 954 km2 (368 square miles), the largest open space in southern England. The county is home to part of England's only natural UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Dorset and East Devon Coast, known as the Jurassic Coast for its geology and geographical features.