Asbestos has been the number one industrial illness killer for decades and the good news is that more and more companies and individuals are becoming aware that it is a legal duty to make an assessment of asbestos-containing materials in non domestic premises, (which usually involves an ) however, a large number of Duty Holders are not following up the report with an Asbestos Management Plan. Having the asbestos survey conducted is only part of the legal duty. This must be followed up by implementing a management plan where asbestos-containing materials are present within a building.
Asbestos surveys & advice have over 20 years experience in the field. All of our Asbestos surveyors are qualified to P402 certification standards a minimum.
The asbestos surveys we conduct are done so in accordance with H.S.E publications HSG 264 and the ACOP L127 ” The management of Asbestos in Non-Domestic Premises” and are compliant with BS EN ISO/IEC 17020. Our quality assurance procedures (ISO 9001:2008) ensures we are up to date with the very latest industry standards so you can be assured that you are receiving all the information and expertise to help you comply with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
Asbestos management plans can vary widely from building to building and site to site but should always contain such items as; Action plans, organisational chart of who is responsible for the management of the asbestos-containing materials, arranging of annual asbestos re-assessment surveys, priority risk assessments and material assessments, emergency procedures, asbestos register, details of planned or actualand always have the information on site to provide to any contractors or maintenance workers. This list is by no means exhaustive but gives a general idea of the requirements over and above the actual .
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