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 Stafford


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 Stafford

The Control of Asbestos Regulations (2006) states that is is obligatory for any labourer working with the fabric of a building to take a full Asbestos Training in Stafford. This includes, but is not limited to, building contractors, plumbers, electrical engineers and decorators. The course offers an important legal insight into how best to implement the regulations, as such we strongly recommend supervisors and managers also attend the course.

Stafford Asbestos Courses - Non-Licensed Removal

The Stafford Asbestos Training has been expertly designed to surpass HSE requirements so you can be confident that your company is in full compliance with its legal obligations.

We take pride in being able to tailor the Stafford 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 Stafford

Stafford is the county town of Staffordshire, in the West Midlands region of England. It lies approximately 16 miles (26 km) north of Wolverhampton and 18 miles (29 km) south of Stoke-on-Trent, adjacent to the M6 motorway Junction 13 to Junction 14. The population of Stafford was given in the 2001 census as 63,681, with that of the wider borough of Stafford as 122,000, making Stafford the fourth largest settlement in the Ceremonial county, after Stoke on Trent, Tamworth and Newcastle under Lyme. Stafford means 'ford' by a 'staithe' (landing place). The original settlement was on an island in the middle of the marshes of the River Sow, a tributary of the River Trent. There is still a large area of marshland northwest of the town, which has always been subject to flooding, such as in 1947, 2000 and 2007. It's thought Stafford was founded in about 700 AD by Mercian prince called Bertelin who, according to legend, established a hermitage on a secluded marshy island. The remains of a wooden preaching cross were discovered under the foundations of St Bertelin's Church in the centre of the town.