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Alberta Asbestos Worker Certificate Course

The asbestos worker training is a comprehensive 2-day in-person course designed to equip workers with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely handle asbestos-related tasks. All individuals entering a restricted area due to an asbestos hazard in Alberta must successfully complete this approved course and receive a valid worker certificate.

Course Content

This course teaches students about the hazards associated with asbestos and how to safely conduct asbestos abatement work. It includes both theoretical and practical components.

General topics covered will include:

  • Introduction to Asbestos and Asbestos-Containing Materials: Identifying and understanding different types of asbestos materials.
  • Health Effects of Asbestos Exposure: Discussing the potential health risks.
  • Review of Related Legislation: Overview of laws and regulations governing asbestos handling.
  • Introduction to Respiratory Protection: Effective use and types of respiratory protection.
  • Introduction to Asbestos Abatement Methods: Techniques for safe asbestos removal.
  • Air Monitoring and Analysis: Methods for detecting and measuring asbestos in the air.
  • Other Health and Safety Considerations: Additional safety practices related to asbestos abatement

Examination and Certification

At the end of the course, students are required to pass a written exam with at least an 80% score to successfully complete the course. Upon passing, students will be issued an original valid Asbestos Worker Card, which serves as their certification.

Abestos Course Certificate
Price per seat:

23 seats available

23 in stock

Course Date:

To Be Announced

Course Type:

2-Day In-Person Course


Chateau Nova Hotel, 13920 Yellowhead Trail, Edmonton, Alberta

Certifications and Memberships: 

Council-Certified Microbial Investigator (CMI): This certification highlights Sam’s expertise in microbial investigation, an essential skill in environmental health and safety. 

ACGIH Associate Membership: As a member of the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, Sam stays updated with the latest industry standards and practices. Sam’s practical and in-depth teaching approach provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the course material, equipping them with the skills necessary for effective asbestos abatement and safety management. 

For more detailed information about the asbestos course, please refer to the Government of Alberta website. 

Participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course. Note that payment must be fully processed before the certificate is issued. Refer to our course payment policies for further details. 

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Sam Langman, B.Sc., CMI 

Project Coordinator 

Sam Langman brings over 10 years of experience as an environmental consultant in the hygiene field. Sam has completed numerous hazardous building materials assessments(HBMAs), asbestos, mould, lead, and silica investigations indoor and outdoor air quality assessments, and abatement monitoring programs.

His extensive background includes performing multiple high-level building assessments across various sectors, including residential, commercial, industrial buildings, as well as healthcare and government facilities. Sam’s expertise ensures thorough compliance and safety in hazardous material management and abatement projects. 

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