Ancillary licensed maintenance supervisor/manager
- Last updated: 17 July 2019
- Grant rate/tier: £30 (Tier 1)
- Grant code: GET2218
CITB has developed this standard in discussion with industry
Minimum 1 day of 6 learning hours
To provide delegates with the theoretical and practical skills to undertake ancillary licensed work (licensed maintenance) as defined in the approved code of practice (ACoP), currently L143 Second Edition, Regulation 10 - Training licensed work.
On successful completion of this course, delegates should be able to safely supervise and manage work with ancillary (licensed scaffold) works.
The scope of this standard covers:
- properties of asbestos
- effects on health
- types, uses and occurrences
- licensed and non-licensed
- uncontrolled release
- plans of work
- preventive controls
- assessments of the risk
- air monitoring
- safe working practices
- control measures
- personal protective equipment (PPE)
- respiratory protective equipment (RPE)
- recording and reporting
- correcting defects
- hygiene requirements
- medical examination
- decontamination procedures
- waste handling procedures
- emergency procedures
- other hazards
Training delivered against this standard would be relevant to the following occupational groups:
There are no candidate pre-requisites as part of this standard
As a minimum, course instructors must be able to demonstrate that, in relation to this standard, they have:
- a train the trainer or instructional techniques course certificate e.g. NVQ Level 3 Learning and Development or higher
- successfully completed training to this standard
- at least 3 years relevant experience
- a verifiable CV.
Delivery may be in an on or off the job environment.
All materials and equipment must be of a suitable quality and quantity for candidates to achieve learning outcomes, and must comply with relevant legislation.
The class size and candidate/instructor ratio must not be more than 10:1 to allow training to be delivered in a safe manner and enable candidates to achieve the learning outcomes.
The following delivery methods may be used in the delivery of this standard:
- a mixture of classroom, demonstration and practice
This standard is considered to contain 51 per cent or more theoretical learning.
This standard is considered to be set at an advanced level.
For the successful completion of training, candidates must complete an end of course practical assessment or knowledge test that measures the learning outcomes and has a pass or fail criteria.
Quality assurance against this standard will require initial approval of the training organisation and their content mapped to the standard.
CITB will also conduct an approval intervention, either desk-based or centre visit, to ensure the training organisation can meet the requirements of the training standard.
Approved training organisations (ATOs) will be required to present information on records of training and assessment upon request to CITB for desk based analysis. They will also be visited annually by the CITB quality assurance team.
Refresher training for asbestos licensed maintenance operatives should be given every year, or more frequently if:
- work methods change
- the type of equipment used to control exposure change
- the type of work carried out changes significantly
- gaps in competency are identified
It should include reviewing where things have gone wrong and sharing good practice
Where training needs dictate, refresher training may include an appropriate element of practical training, including the use of appropriate decontamination facilities, use of PPE, particularly RPE, use of control techniques and waste handling.
To be confirmed
Either on request or in 3 year(s) from approval date.
|The candidate will be able to:||Additional guidance to support learning outcome|
|Identify the properties of asbestos and its effects on health, including the increased risk of developing lung cancer for asbestos workers who smoke.|
|List the types, uses and likely occurrence of asbestos and asbestos materials in buildings and plant.|
|Outline how to avoid the risk of exposure to asbestos.|
|Identify the difference between licensable work and non-licensed (including notifiable and non-notifiable) work.|
|Outline the procedures to follow on discovery of asbestos containing materials.|
|Develop a plan of work for Licensed maintenance activities.||
HSG 247 Asbestos: The Licensed Contractor’s Guide
|Outline the general procedures to deal with an emergency, such as an uncontrolled release of asbestos dust into the workplace.|
|The operations which could result in asbestos exposure and the importance of preventive controls to minimise exposure.
|How to make suitable and sufficient assessments of the risk of exposure to asbestos.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|The control limit, the purpose of air monitoring and personal monitoring results.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|Safe work practices, control measures, and protective equipment.
This should include an explanation of how the correct use and maintenance of control measures, protective equipment and work methods can reduce the risks from asbestos, limit exposure to workers and limit the spread of asbestos fibres outside the work area including the importance of specific task related tools and equipment.
|See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|Procedures for recording, reporting, managing defects of equipment and exposure to asbestos.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|The purpose, appropriate choice and correct selection from a range of suitable RPE, including any limitations.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|The correct use, and where relevant, cleaning, maintenance and safe storage of RPE and PPE, in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and information.|
|The importance of achieving and maintaining a good seal between face and RPE, the relevance of pre-use tests and FFTs, and the importance of being clean-shaven.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|Hygiene requirements.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|Requirements and procedures for medical examination.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|Understand the requirements of decontamination procedures.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|Procedures for taking plant and equipment into and out from ‘wet-rooms’.|
|Waste handling procedures.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|Emergency procedures, including how to deal with an emergency release.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|Which work requires notification as and an HSE licence.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|
|The relevant regulations, ACOPs and guidance that apply to asbestos work and other regulations that deal with the carriage and disposal of asbestos.|
|Other work hazards, including working at height, electrical, slips, trips and falls, where this is applicable to the work being done.||See HSE website L143 the Approved Code of Practice ‘Managing and working with asbestos'|