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Independent Training News (ITN) HSE Asbestos Training Pledge A poignant target of 4000 hours of free asbestos awareness training has been set in a new initiative to help tradesmen across Britain protect themselves from the deadly dust. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE), in partnership with the training industry, is calling for those who run training course to pledge free hours during September to hit a target of 4,000 – the approximate number of deaths each year from asbestos-related diseases. It is hoped that 4000 face-to-face training hours and an additional 4,000 hours of online training will be offered up by various providers. The free training will be available throughout October and November and is aimed at tradesmen such as joiners, electricians and plumbers who are most likely to disturb the fibres as they go about their work – around 20 a week lose their lives to asbestos-related diseases. Said Karen Clayton, HSE’s director for long latency health risks: “Our Hidden Killer campaign is helping tradesmen understand the lifesaving fact that asbestos exposure is not just an historical problem – around half a million public buildings still contain it. “This new initiative, a continuation of the campaign, is all about tradesmen finding out exactly what they need to do to protect themselves by taking advantage of free training. “There is sadly little we can do to help those who are already suffering the often fatal effects of asbestos exposure in the workplace, but we can prevent this hidden killer claiming another generation. “Through industry playing its part and asbestos support groups helping us to get the messages out about the importance of training, we can all do something practical to ensure that the risk to workers is minimised.” Across Britain, more than 40,000 people have died from the asbestosrelated cancer mesothelioma since the late 1960s - and the numbers dying are increasing. Latest annual figures show that 2,249 people died from the disease in 2008 alone, up over three per cent on the previous year.

Said Tony Whitson, Chair of the Asbestos Victims Support Groups Forum:“Each day we visit newly diagnosed mesothelioma sufferers who were never warned of the dangers of asbestos at work and who never knew how essential it was to avoid exposure to asbestos. As we confront the awful legacy from past exposure, the importance of asbestos awareness and training today cannot be exaggerated: it’s absolutely vital. That is why, in the name of all those whose lives have been lost to asbestos disease, we give our wholehearted support to this initiative, which seeks to provide free asbestos training and, most importantly, publicise the importance of asbestos training provision.” Independent Asbestos Training Providers (IATP) and the UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) are working with HSE by inviting their members to pledge. Members of the Asbestos Safety Health Environmental e-Learning Association (ASHEeLA) are also invited to provide free online training courses. Added Christine Winter, Chair of IATP: We welcome the opportunity to be involved in this training pledge initiative. Asbestos destroys individuals, families and communities and we want to play our part in making businesses, trades and individuals aware of the dangers of asbestos exposure. Week 3 (26/09/2011) Collectively the UK Asbestos Training Providers pledged 6558 hours of classroom based training. 4830 hours of e-Learning training making the total of hours pledged 11.388 which represents a pledge to deliver FREE Asbestos Awareness Training to approximately 3252 Trades people! To access training in your area http://www.hse.gov.uk/asbestos/training-pledge/index.htm

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ACMS http://www.asb5.co.uk/site/index.php

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ONE CALL TRAINING http://www.onecalltraininguk.com/

JB ASMAN http://www.jb-asman.co.uk/

AV ASBESTOS www.avasbestos.co.uk

DMW ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY www.dmwsafety.co.uk

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Bristol City Council team up with 8020 Projects Bristol City Council have partnered with local Asbestos Surveying & Management Consultancy 8020 Projects. Tim Ashley-King from 8020 is donating a significant amount of training for 2 groups of 15 people per day over 4 days. Tim is presenting on the 13th October and 10th November at the council’s Contract Services premises in Brislington (bookings via 0800 043 8020) and also 18th October and 17th November at the premises of the third partner in this exercise, social housing provider 1625 Independent People (bookings via 0800 043 8020 or chantell@8020projects.co.uk ) I think Tim is to be applauded for this effort and we are very pleased to be associated with him on it. Steve Gay Market Development Team Corporate Commissioning and Procurement Service Bristol City Council

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Independent Training News (ITN) High Street Retailer M&S fined £1 Million for safety failings. Three Contractors also fined Marks and Spencer plc and three of its contractors have been fined for putting members of the public, staff and construction workers at risk of exposure to asbestos-containing materials during the refurbishment of two stores in Reading and Bournemouth. Asbestos is the biggest single cause of work-related deaths in the UK, with an estimated 4,000 people dying every year. The sentencing hearing, at Bournemouth Crown Court, resulted in Marks and Spencer plc being fined £1 million and ordered to pay costs of £600,000, PA Realisations Ltd being fined £200, and Styles & Wood Limited being fined £100,000 and ordered to pay costs of £40,000, all for breaches that took place at the Marks and Spencer plc store in Broad Street, Reading. Willmott Dixon Construction Ltd was fined £50,000 and ordered to pay costs of £75,000, for breaches that took place at the Marks and Spencer plc store in Commercial Road, Bournemouth. Willmott Dixon Construction Ltd is applying for permission to appeal against conviction. As a result of a prosecution brought by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Marks and Spencer plc, Willmott Dixon Construction Ltd and PA Realisations Ltd (formerly Pectel Ltd) were found guilty in July 2011. Styles & Wood Limited pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing in January 2010. The work was carried out between 2006 and 2007 on shops in Reading and Bournemouth. During the three month trial which ended in July 2011, Winchester Crown Court heard construction workers at the two stores removed asbestos-containing materials that were present in the ceiling tiles and elsewhere. The court heard that the client, Marks and Spencer plc, did not allocate sufficient time and space for the removal of asbestos-containing materials at the Reading store. The contractors had to work overnight in enclosures on the shop floor, with the aim of completing small areas of asbestos removal before the shop opened to the public each day. HSE alleged that Marks and Spencer plc failed to ensure that work at the Reading store complied with the appropriate minimum standards set out in legislation and approved codes of practice. The company had produced its own guidance on how asbestos should be removed inside its stores, and the court heard that this guidance was followed by contractors inappropriately during major refurbishment. The contractor, PA Realisations Ltd, failed to reduce to a minimum the spread of asbestos to the Reading shop floor. Witnesses said that areas cleaned by the company were re-contaminated by air moving through the void between the ceiling tiles and the floor above, and by poor standards of work. Styles & Wood Limited, the principal contractor at the Reading store, admitted that it should not have permitted a method of asbestos removal which did not allow for adequate sealing of the ceiling void, which resulted in risks to contractors on site. The principal contractor at the Bournemouth store, Wilmott Dixon Construction Ltd, failed to plan, manage and monitor removal of asbestos-containing materials. It did not prevent the possibility of asbestos being disturbed by its workers in areas that had not been

surveyed extensively. After the sentencing, Richard Boland, HSE's Southern Head of Operations for Construction, said: "This outcome should act as a wake up call that any refurbishment programmes involving asbestos-containing materials must be properly resourced, both in terms of time and money - no matter what. "Large retailers and other organisations who carry out major refurbishment works must give contractors enough time and space within the store to carry out the works safely. Where this is not done, and construction workers and the public are put at risk, HSE will not hesitate in taking robust enforcement action." Marks and Spencer plc, of Waterside House, North Wharf Road, Westminster, was found guilty of breaching section 2(1), relating to its own staff, and section 3(1), relating to members of the public and other workers, of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, on 18 July 2011. At the sentencing which took place at Bournemouth Crown Court on the 27 September 2011, Marks and Spencer plc was fined £1 million and ordered to pay costs of £600,000. These charges and fines relate to the Broad Street, Reading store and date from 24 April 2006 to 13 November 2006. Willmott Dixon Construction Ltd, of Hertfordshire, was found guilty of contravening sections 2(1) and 3(1) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 between 5 February 2007 and 28 February 2007, on 18 July 2011. At the sentencing which took place at Bournemouth Crown Court on 26 September 2011, Willmott Dixon Construction Ltd was fined £50,000 and ordered to pay costs of £75,000. These breaches took place at the Marks and Spencer plc store in Commercial Road, Bournemouth. Manchester-based company PA Realisations Ltd (formerly Pectel Ltd), of the Observatory, Chapel Walks, Manchester, was found guilty, on the 18 July 2011,of contravening regulation 15 of the Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 2002 between 5 May 2006 and 12 November 2006 at the Marks and Spencer plc store on Broad Street, Reading. At the sentencing which took place at Bournemouth Crown Court on 27 September 2011, PA Realisations Ltd was fined £200. The company went into administration in December 2008 and now awaits dissolution. At an earlier hearing on 12 January 2010, Styles & Wood Limited, of Manchester Road, Altrincham, Cheshire, pleaded guilty to contravening sections 2(1) and 3(1) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974. These charges relate to offences committed between 24 April 2006 and 13 November 2006 at the Marks and Spencer plc store on Broad Street, Reading. At the sentencing which took place at Bournemouth Crown Court on 27 September 2011, Styles & Wood Limited was fined £100,000 and ordered to pay costs of £40,000. 26/09/2011 Source HSE http://www.hse.gov.uk/press/2011/coi-semsasbestos.htm#?eban=rss-asbestos

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Independent Training News (ITN) Celebrities help the BLF drill into the dangers of asbestos To bring asbestos into the spotlight, the British Lung Foundation recently joined forces with celebrities to warn DIYers about the risks of the material, which could be lurking in their home. Celebrities including TV’s most popular builder Tommy Walsh, Broadcaster and Designer Kevin McCloud, Dame Judi Dench and TV handy man Craig Phillips have shown their support to the British Lung Foundation campaign. The drive urges DIYers to visit www.lunguk.org/asbestosadvice and ensure they know how to identify asbestos-containing materials before they do any odd jobs around their home. This small step could help to prevent them from developing mesothelioma, which kills one person every five hours in the UK. The British Lung Foundation asked each of the celebrity supporters to sign a hard hat. The hats will be auctioned off later this year and proceeds will go to the asbestos awareness campaign. Tommy Walsh, TV’s most popular builder and supporter of the British Lung Foundation’s asbestos awareness campaign, said: “As part of my job I have to know all the tricks of the trade but one thing I never forget is to protect myself when doing DIY. As well as the common items such as a hard hat or a high-vis vest, you should always remember to wear a dust mask that fits your face properly to prevent anything nasty from getting into your lungs.” Kevin McCloud, broadcaster, designer and supporter of the British Lung Foundation’s asbestos awareness campaign, said: “I think it’s important to support the British Lung Foundation’s campaign to protect people from the devastating asbestos-related disease Mesothelioma. In my line of work I am fully aware of the dangers of asbestos but unfortunately many people don’t think it exists anymore. This is very serious given the amount of DIY that is done in homes across the country.” The British Lung Foundation is also looking to develop their Asbestos campaign over the next three years and there will great opportunities for sponsorship and partnership work. For more information please contact us as corporate@blf-uk.org or call 020 7078 7914.

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I.A.T.P Members This months featured Training Provider: JB Asbestos Management Limited At JB Asbestos Management Ltd, our primary objectives are to deliver quality solutions in a prompt, professional manner; to build client relationships so as to ensure that we become their company of choice for future and ongoing projects. Our Asbestos Survey Reports have built a reputation for clarity and ease of use. Along with our Asbestos Management Plans, Asbestos Awareness Training and Non-licensed Asbestos Works Training, JB Asbestos Management Ltd provide the perfect solutions to enable clients to fully comply with Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006. We adopt a “common sense approach” and remain an independent company to ensure that all advice and recommendations are totally impartial – the clients needs come first. Nationwide Flexible Training Solutions We provide nationwide flexible asbestos training solutions by providing asbestos training at a place and time of your choosing to minimise the disruption to your business (subject to availability) evenings and weekends included. We can also include details of your organisation's policies/procedures in the training and it can be tailored to meet your requirements. Training is delivered by an Asbestos Consultant who gives an honest insight into the theory and the reality of the asbestos regulations and the asbestos epidemic that the UK finds itself in today. Independent Contact us today to discuss your requirements.

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Providers

Current Members - listed alphabetically 1st Fire Coral Ltd T: 01179 140498 E: admin@firecoral.co.uk W: www.firecoral.co.uk

AMS: Asbestos Managment Services T: 01670737355 E: enquiries@asksma.co.uk W: www.ams-ne.co.uk

80Twenty Projects Limited T: 0800 043 8020 E: enquiries@8020projects.co.uk W: www.8020projects.co.uk

ARL Training Service Limited T: 01233 660066 E: mark.button@arlgroup.co.uk W: www.arlgroup.co.uk

aaa training company limited T: 01787 313137 E: aaatrainingcoltd@aol.com W: www.aaa-training.com

ASBESTOS COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

AASH Training Limited T: 0141 771 0402 E: aashtraining@btconnect.com W: www.aashtrainingltd.co.uk

The Asbestos Group

ABP Associates Limited T: 02380 866888 E: info@abp.uk.com W: www.abp.uk.com

Asbestos Training Limited T: 0800 612 4115 E: info@asbestostrainindlimited.com W: www.asbestostraininglimited.com

Adamsons Labratory Services T: 01375 673 279 E: pbridger@alsltd W: www.alsltd

Asbestos Training Solutions T: 07527 202 502 E: asbestostrainingsolutions@googlemail.com

All Set Safety Training Limited T: 07875 427330 E: jamie@settleforsafety.co.uk

Assure Training T: 07709 496903 E: nick.garland@assurerm.co.uk W: www.assurerm.co.uk

ALS Global Ltd T: 08003 101 014 E: alan@alsgroup.co.uk W:

ASTRA Limited T: 0845 689 1407 E: info@astraltd.net W: www.astraltd.net

Amity Insulation Services Limited T: 01865 733733 E: tony@amitygroup.co.uk W: www.amitygroup.co.uk

AV Asbestos Limited T: 0845 833 2660 E: surveys@avasbestos.co.uk W: www.acasbestos.co.uk

T: 0800 5677958 E: geoff@asb5.co.uk W: www.asb5.co.uk T: 01527 873 477 E: accounts@theasbestosgroup.co.uk W: www.theasbestosgroup.co.uk


Award Health and Safety Limited T: 0845 2573158 E: info@awardhealthandsafety.co.uk W: www.awardhealthandsafety.co.uk

Howard Hughes Solutions Limited T: 0845 8647322 E: chughes@hhsltd.co.uk W: www.hhsltd.co.uk

Bainbridge Asbestos Services T: 01604 588547 E: info@bainbridgeasbestos.co.uk W:

IASS Independent Asbestos Survey Services

T: 07778 505496 E: iasssurveys@googlemail.com W: www.iass-asbestos.co.uk

BRE Group T: 01923 664829 E: AllderS@bre.co.uk W: www.bre.co.uk

JB Asbestos Management Limited T: 01606 841805 E: jeff@jb-asman.co.uk W: www.jb-asman-training.co.uk

Brian Gill & Co T: 01379 674 273 E: briangillco@aol.com

K S Safety Limited T: 01501 749 500 E: info@ks-safety.com W:www.ks-safety.com

Britannia Safety & Training T: 01953 606 100 E: prioritysupport@britanniaits.com W: http://www.britanniaits.com/

Luton Borough Council (LBC) T: 01582 547069 E: jaymes.grendon@luton.gov.uk W: www.luton.gov.uk

Chorus Group Limited T: 020 8275 0000 E: Maurice.burton@chorusgroup.co.uk W: www.chorusgroup.co.uk

MacBrac Business Safety T: 01952 446 494 E: info@macbrac.com W www.macbrac.com

cnm training solutions limited T: 01325 401876 E: train@cnmtraining.co.uk W: www.cnmtraining.co.uk

NATAS T: 08707 511880 E: info@natas.co.uk W: www.natas.co.uk

DMW Environmental Safety Limited T: 01902 791565 E: info@dmwsafety.co.uk W: www.dmwsafety.co.uk

Natas eLearning Ltd T: 0870 751 1888 E: elearning@natas.co.uk W: www.natas-eLearning.com

E-Brit Services Limited T: 01268 685886 E: stewart.powell@ebritservices.co.uk W: www.ebritservices.co.uk

NIS Training Limited T: 01912 689 396 E: peter.wallace@nistraining.co.uk W: www.nistraining.co.uk

Environmental Essentials T: 0845 4569953 E: jriley@environmentalessentials.co.uk W: www.environmentalessentials.co.uk

One Call Training

Encompassed Ltd

One Stop Asbestos Consultants & Services Limited

T: 01934 853803 E: chris@encompassed.co.uk W: www.encompassed.co.uk Enviro Training Limited

T: 07875 302480 E: alan.davies@envirotraining.co.uk W: www.envirotraining.co.uk Euro Environmental Ltd

T: 08707 019 170 E: l.hall@euroenvironmental.co.uk W: www.euroenvironmental.co.uk Global Environmental Consultancy Limited T: 01268 753680 E: Jason@gecsafety.com G & L Consultancy Limitd T: 01823 443898 E: mark.skinner@gnl.org.uk W: www.gnl.org.uk GMPSSC T: E: brian@gmpssc.co.uk W:

T: 07814 422362 E: info@onecalltraining.com W: www.onecalltraininguk.com

T: 0845 833 8156 E: admin@onestopasbestos.com W: www.onestopasbestos.com Pattinson Scientific Services Limited T: 0191 2261300 E: enquires@pattinsonscientific.com W: P Brothers Limited T: 01604 637 288 E: normanjb2010@hotmail.co.uk W: Pelham Safety Services Ltd (logo attached) T: 01474 537 496 E: damon.rowley@pelham-safety.co.uk PETROC College T: 01271 338 108 E: ndenton@petroc.ac.uk W: www.petroc.ac.uk Priority Risk T: 0208 651 0291 E: help@priorityrisk.co.uk W: www.priorityrisk.co.uk


QHS Solutions Limited T: 01282 839 103 E: s.odonNell@qhs-solutions.com W: www.qhsolutions.com Quality Safety Training Limited T: 01626 366 076 E: info@qualitysafetytraining.co.uk W: www.qualitysafetytraining.co.uk SAFE Training T: 0845 519 5250 E: info@safe-training.org W: www.safe-training.org Safety Management Services (IoM) Ltd Tel: 01624 825481 E: neil.curphy@sms.co.im STV Building Services Limited T: 01708 457842 E: Paul.Bridger@stv-ltd.co.uk W: www.std-ltd.co.uk TASC2 Tel: 0800 781 2381 E: ray@tasc2.com W: www.tasc2.com Theseus Safety Training Limited Tel: 01782 770999 E: info@theseussafetytrainingltd.co.uk W: www.theseussafetytrainingltd.co.uk Three Spires Safety Limited T: 02476 712244 E: rob@threespires-safety.co.uk W: www.threespires-safety.co.uk Tony Crowe Health & Safety Consultancy Ltd T: 01522 804 747 E: tony.crowe@healthandsafetylincs.co.uk

Training and Testing Services T: 01423 550 751 E: info@trainingandtestingservices.co.uk W: www.trainingandtestingservices.co.uk Turner Safety Solutions Limited T: 07768 730363 E: psul@turnersafety.net W: www.turnersafety.net UK Asbestos Specialists Limited T: 0800 6122035 E: info@ukasl.co.uk W: www.ukasl.co.uk Virtual College T: 01943 605 976 E: sophie.mason@virtual-college.co.uk W: www.virtual-college.co.uk XL Hazmat Ltd T: 07516 984305. E: enquires@xlhazmat.co.uk W: www.xlhazmat.co.uk


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