Graham OMahony BSc (HONS)

UK Asbestos Training Association Ltd

Graham has worked in the asbestos industry for over 20 years with roles including Building Surveyor for the local authority maninging their asbestos issues.
For nearly 30 years he has worked in the construction industry, his career starting as a gas engineer, then qualifying as a Building Surveyor before heading up the asbestos surveying and management department for a Local Authority in late 1990’s.

Since leaving Public Sector, Graham has worked as an Asbestos Training Consultant for nearly, dealing with all aspects of asbestos training and assisting clients in all matters relating to asbestos, including contaminated land and land remediation.

Graham is the Managing Director of Asbestos Training Limited whose clients range from SME to large International organisations and is also the Chairman of The UK Asbestos Training Association who celebrate 10 years of excellence in 2018.

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Asbestos in Soils Training – As clear as Mud

This presentation will provide guidance on the different asbestos in soils training courses that are available and a brief summary of who will benefit from these specific courses. Graham will use his expert knowledge to provide delegates clear information in order to plan any future training in this area.

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