CSQ encourages training during Asbestos Awareness Week

Asbestos Awareness Week (20 November - 24 November) is a great opportunity to raise awareness about training and working safely with asbestos in the building and construction industry. 

At CSQ we are encouraging all Queensland building and construction industry businesses and workers to take proactive steps to help reduce the risks of asbestos hazards. Asbestos can have devastating long-term health impacts, and these health issues have implications for the construction industry and the broader community. 

CSQ understands these risks and is committed to supporting building and construction workers to undertake training courses which give them the knowledge and skills to work safely with asbestos. 

Under our 2017-18 Annual Training Plan we currently have seven short course programs available:
  1. Working Safely with Asbestos Containing Materials - WSFACM001A
  2. Identify and Report Asbestos Materials / Products - ABSIRA001A
  3. Identify Asbestos Containing Materials and Follow Safety and Reporting Procedures - ASBIAM001
  4. Remove Friable Asbestos - CPCCDE3015A
  5. Supervise Asbestos Removal - CPCCBC4051A
  6. Remove Non-Friable Asbestos - CPCCDE3014A
  7. Asbestos General Awareness Training - AGAT
For those wanting to learn more about asbestos issues and be involved in raising awareness about the dangers related to asbestos, there are a range of activities happening around Queensland: 
 
Event Date Location
Cannon Hill Bunnings Sunday 19 November, 10am-12pm 1881 Creek Rd, Cannon Hill
Carseldine Bunnings Wednesday 22 November, 6.30-8.30am 32 Blunder Rd, Carseldine
Stafford Bunnings Thursday 23 November, 6.30-8.30am 450 Stafford Rd, Stafford
Construction, Electrical and Asbestos Forum Thursday 23 November, 4-6.45pm White Bull Tavern Function Room, 43 Station St, Roma
Asbestos Ecumenical Service Friday 24 November St Stephen's Cathedral, 249 Elizabeth St, Brisbane

For more information on asbestos training courses in your region, search for asbestos csq.org.au/1 
This information is correct as at: 10/23/2018. Please visit the website to view the most up-to-date information.