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Asbestos Awareness and Work with Non-Licensed Asbestos Containing Materials – Wednesday, 1st February 2012

Calling all Demolition workers; Carpenters and Joiners; Plumbers; Roofing contractors; Painters and decorators; Plasterers; Construction workers; Fire and Burglar Alarm Installers; Shop fitters; Gas fitters; Computer installers; General Maintenance staff e.g. Caretakers; Telecommunications engineers; Building Surveyors; Cable layers; Electricians; and Heating and Ventilation Engineers. Armco has arranged their next Asbestos Awareness and Work with Non-Licensed Asbestos […]

Read the full article | Published Jan 23, 2012

We can save you money!!! Simply enroll on our Non-Licensed Works with Asbestos Containing Materials course and become a competent contractor!

Does your company regularly need to employ a competent asbestos contractor to remove or repair low risk asbestos materials?  If so, you could easily save money by enrolling your staff on our Works with Non-Licensed Asbestos Materials (ACM’s) training course. Completion of the course enables the member of staff to be utilised to undertake remedial works with non-licensed […]

Read the full article | Published Jan 17, 2012

Charges brought against County Council for Primary School asbestos exposure

The case against Staffordshire County Council regarding the release of potentially hazardous asbestos fibres has been adjourned as lawyers were not ready to proceed, and a new date has yet to be fixed. On 13th February 2009, the staff and pupils at Glenthorne Primary School in Cheslyn Hay, Staffordshire were sent home on Health and […]

Read the full article | Published Jan 13, 2012

The Prince of Wales’ cashmere sock maker charged with asbestos exposure

Swansea Crown Court are currently hearing the case against Corgi Hoisery whose long established family business makes knitwear, including cashmere socks, for the Royal family. The prince granted the company a royal warrant which means it can use the “By Royal Appointment” tag for its knitwear. They are charged with failing to take reasonable steps […]

Read the full article | Published Jan 11, 2012

Happy New Year to all our previous, current and future customers!

All the staff here at Armco Asbestos Consultants would like to wish you a Happy New Year!! Armco experienced an amazing 2011, with us gaining ISO 9001 accreditation, becoming CHAS registered and an approved sub-contractor for Bury Councils Six Town Housing. We are all excited to see what 2012 will bring. One of our main […]

Read the full article | Published Jan 04, 2012
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