An Introduction to Asbestos

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An Introduction to Asbestos

Date: 19 October 2018

PDT Solicitors and ADM Training are hosting a free seminar focusing on the responsibilities of building owners, occupiers, designers and contractors.

19th October - PDT Horsham Office 


The session will provide attendees an insight into Asbestos, understanding responsibilities as building owners and occupiers for the identification and management of materials:


  • What is Asbestos?
  • Heath effects of Asbestos
  • Regulation and management of Asbestos
  • Training requirements


The session will help to ensure you are compliant with current legislation and minimise delays with property transactions.


Who should attend?


  • Landlords
  • Commercial Agents
  • Property Managers
  • Business Owners
  • Commercial Tenants


Places are limited and provided on a first come, first serve basis. Tea, coffee and breakfast refreshments are provided.


Training is delivered by Adam Harding from ADM Training, with his a straight talking and plain English approach to training, he will assist you in having a clear understanding of your responsibilities without getting buried under the ever growing mountain of legal jargon. 


Click to book your free place at the seminar


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