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CAPA and BOHS welcome IPC and Cabinet Office updated Covid-19 guidance for healthcare settings
12 Days of BOHS Christmas – The Chartered Society for Worker Elf Protection
Coaching and mentoring to improve well being
BOHS and HSE develop free ventilation tool to help limit the transmission of Covid-19 in workplaces
OH2021 Sustainable Workplace Health Conference. The must-attend event for Occupational Hygiene and Worker Health Protection
BOHS calls for an update to Covid-19 risk assessments in public facing settings
Management of Asbestos in Buildings P405
People that own or manage non-domestic premises have a legal duty under CAR 2012, Regulation 4 to manage identified asbestos within their premises, and to protect those working within them from exposure to asbestos.
Asbestos Surveying and Analysis P400
P400 – Asbestos Surveying and Analysis is a foundation level course, designed as a progression route to the asbestos Proficiency qualifications for surveyors and analysts.
Identification of Asbestos in Bulk Samples (PLM) P401
Asbestos bulk analysis plays a key role helping to identify asbestos in materials, to allow asbestos in buildings to be effectively detected and managed in line with the Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 2012, Regulation 4.
Surveying and Sampling Strategies for Asbestos in Buildings P402
Asbestos surveyors play an important role in ensuring that building premises are safe for normal occupational use.
Asbestos Fibre Counting (PCM) P403
Analysis of airborne samples plays a key role when managing asbestos in buildings in line with the Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 2012.
Air Sampling of Asbestos and MMMF and Requirements for a Certificate of Reoccupation Following Clearance of Asbestos P404
For asbestos removal and remediation projects, an independent asbestos analyst should be employed to conduct a thorough clearance inspection of the site.
Identification and Quantification of Asbestos in Soils using PLM and PCM P408
There is a significant gap in the market for a qualification which trains people on managing asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) in soil, for those working in the land remediation industry.