This latest issue of the ARCA News magazine is now available to read online. Association and industry news, as well as articles on guidance and the management of asbestos soils are included in this Winter 2018 issue.
There is also an article on end-client’s xanaxcost.com responsibilities in appointing a contractor, and planning/removal asbestos containing materials. The Winners of the ARCA Gold Site Audit and Gold Training Awards are also mentioned.
Don’t miss reading the latest issue of the journal for asbestos management professionals, available online here.
Dates for the next round of ARCA regional meetings are now available.
These meetings will include an update on the inaugural ALC licensed asbestos sub-group meeting with the Asbestos Licensing Unit and the January 2019 ALC meeting buyneurontinonlinehere.com hosted by ARCA.
All attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance to complement training records and demonstrate and record that individuals have received the information, instruction and training listed.
Find the next meeting in your area here.
To support your planning all scheduled training course dates for 2019 are available online.
Offering a wide range of specialist training courses to suit you and your team’s needs, and delivered by qualified trainers at training centres across the UK, ARCA is your trainer of choice. Call us if you need a bespoke asbestos training course.
The ARCA team are here to support you so, call us on 01283 505777 or click here to book on a training course.
This year ARCA staff and members have raised £16,000, by taking part in various activities, from; muddy fun runs and bike challenges to baking cakes.
The Association supports Mesothelioma UK; a national resource dedicated to supporting people suffering with asbestos cancer and also this year has supported the Wigan and Leigh Hospice; a charity providing palliative care for adult patients with a life-limiting illness.
“A huge thank you to everyone who took part in the Charity Week in September and to those who donated. The funds raised will help support the valuable work these charities undertake,” commented Steve Sadley, Chief Executive at ARCA. “We hope that everyone enjoyed all of their activities whilst raising funds for charity.”