Asbestos Management recruitment agency listing
An asbestos manager will be required to survey properties, plan the removal process, and ensure that other workers safely dispose the asbestos.
Licensed asbestos contractor courses are legally required in order to become an asbestos manager. Asbestos managers must also take mandatory refresher courses to ensure that they are up-to-date with the latest industry developments and safety procedures. There are also asbestos training courses from the RSPH that are able to prepare candidates for the industry.
Work experience can also provide an avenue into the asbestos management industry. Candidates who have had a lot of experience with asbestos removal in the past will be looked upon favourably; however they will still have to attain the relevant licenses.
There are a great deal of asbestos management jobs available throughout the UK and overseas in both residential and commercial buildings. Staff may be required to travel when seeking employment and surveying properties. Asbestos management jobs can often be found through recruitment agencies.
Due to the dangers and responsibilities that are involved with asbestos removal, management can provide excellent salary opportunities. Asbestos managers could earn between £30,000 and £55,000 and could be entitled to other benefits, such as a company car and mobile phone.