UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) is a leading authority on asbestos training, a not for profit association established in 2008 with a set purpose in mind: to be recognised as the asbestos industry’s most eminent training association.
UKATA Members train in excess of 200,000 tradespeople each year, nationwide.
The Association actively promote asbestos awareness, to include the dangers of working with the substance and health threats associated.
UKATA Offer Membership opportunities for Training providers and those working in the asbestos industry.
If you require asbestos training or membership information visit www.ukata.org.uk
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the UK ban on asbestos. Since 1999, it has been illegal to use or import asbestos, to the benefit of everyone’s long term health.
In an unprecedented move, the UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) has elected Graham O’Mahony as its Chair for a second term. Graham will be the only Chair to hold the position for two consecutive terms in the Association’s 10+ years’ history.