Asbestos – basic

Welcome to a half-day training where you can learn about what asbestos is, where it can be found, handling and health risks.

The training meets the requirement for the employer regarding information about asbestos contained in § 19 of the Swedish Work Environment Authority’s regulations on asbestos (AFS 2006:1).

Despite extensive decontamination and a ban on the use of asbestos, large amounts of the hazardous substance still remain in our buildings.

After the course, the participant will:

  • know what asbestos is
  • where asbestos can be found
  • have insights into health risks and medical check-ups
  • know the applicable regulations and legislation
  • know the developers’ responsibilities, inventory and AMP

Our training is suitable for you who need knowledge about asbestos and what the Swedish Work Environment Authority’s regulations entail in the form of responsibilities and requirements. The training is aimed at supervisors, property owners, managers, craftsmen and others who can be expected to come into contact with asbestos.

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April 17 and 18, 2024
November 13 and 14, 2024

4 hours

SEK 1,895 per person
(excluding VAT)

Safe Control Materialteknik AB
Tillgängligheten 1
417 10 Göteborg

Application deadline
April 8, 2024
November 4, 2024


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Jonas Mogvall has deep knowledge of working with the Swedish Work Environment Authority’s regulations.

Jonas comes from AddSafe i Sverige AB and is accredited according to ID06.

Kursledare Jonas Mogvall

Contact person

Catarina Wernlund
Head of Education

Phone: +46 (0)31-65 64 93 


Swedac Ackrediteringsmärke 5622


Safe Control Materialteknik AB is accredited since 2001 and has had flexible accreditation since 2016. 

All testing takes place against European and international standards.

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