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Asbestos Management with Environmental Inspection

Suppose you are responsible for a non-domestic property built before 1999. In that case, your responsibilities as a Duty Holder include preventing exposure to any asbestos that might be present. In addition to developing an asbestos management plan.

Discover peace of mind through our dedicated asbestos management services. With a focus on compliance, expertise, and a safety-first approach, we offer a comprehensive suite of solutions tailored to your unique needs. From asbestos surveys and monitoring to strategic planning and oversight, our seasoned professionals are here to guide you through every step of effective asbestos management.

What is an Asbestos Management Survey?

An Asbestos Management Survey is a crucial process designed to identify the presence of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within buildings and structures. The primary purpose of an Asbestos Management Survey is to create a comprehensive record of any ACMs present in a building, assess their condition, and develop a management plan to ensure the safety of occupants and workers. This survey is particularly important for buildings constructed before the year 2000, as they are more likely to contain materials that might include asbestos.

Our Asbestos Management Survey Process 

During an Asbestos Management Survey, our skilled and experienced professionals thoroughly inspect your property. This involves visual assessments, where we examine accessible materials that could potentially contain asbestos. Additionally, we may collect samples for laboratory analysis to confirm the presence of asbestos fibres in suspect materials.

Once the survey is complete, our experts will classify the identified ACMs based on their condition and potential for releasing fibres into the air. This classification enables us to determine the appropriate course of action to manage the asbestos risk effectively.

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Asbestos Management Survey Report 

The findings of the Asbestos Management Survey are then compiled into a detailed report. This report includes a register of identified ACMs, their locations, condition assessments, and risk evaluations. It serves as a valuable reference for building owners, property managers, and maintenance teams to understand the asbestos risks within the premises and implement necessary precautions.

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Why Choose Us for Your Asbestos Management Plan?

  • Qualified Asbestos Experts: Our team comprises certified professionals with extensive experience in asbestos management, ensuring accurate assessments and effective solutions.
  • Proven Track Record: With a history of successful asbestos projects, we bring a wealth of knowledge to each engagement tailored to your unique needs.
  • End-to-End Asbestos Solutions: From initial surveys and assessments to removal oversight and management planning, we offer a complete suite of services to address every aspect of asbestos management.
  • Tailored Strategies: We understand that each project is distinct. Our experts develop customised strategies that align with your specific goals and challenges.
  • Regulatory Adherence: Navigating the complex landscape of asbestos regulations can be daunting. Our team ensures full compliance with local and federal guidelines, minimising legal and financial risks.
  • Stay Ahead of Changes: As regulations evolve, we stay up-to-date with the latest developments, ensuring your management plans remain current and effective.
  • Occupant and Worker Safety: We prioritise the health and safety of all individuals on your property. Our stringent safety protocols and industry best practices mitigate risks during asbestos management projects.

How to Manage Asbestos

Effectively managing asbestos involves a combination of short-term and long-term measures that ensure the safety of all occupants and workers. Here’s a guide to navigate the process:

Formulate an Asbestos Management Plan:

Develop a detailed plan outlining how to identify, assess, and manage asbestos within your premises. This plan acts as a roadmap for asbestos-related activities.

Regular Monitoring and Reinspections:

Stay vigilant by regularly monitoring the condition of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs). Periodic reinspections are essential to ensure that any changes in the condition of ACMs are promptly addressed.

Stay Current:

As circumstances evolve, keep your asbestos management plan up to date. Adjustments might be necessary due to changes in building usage, gaining access to previously inaccessible areas, or as a response to maintenance activities.

Adapt to New Circumstances:

Adjust your plan to accommodate any shifts in circumstances. These could arise from renovations, changes in occupancy, or the deterioration of ACMs. Flexibility ensures continued effectiveness.

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Asbestos containing materials labelled with a yellow label for safety following an asbestos survey.

Ready to Ensure Asbestos Safety?

Safeguarding your building’s occupants and workers from asbestos-related risks is a responsibility we take seriously. With Environmental Inspection, you gain a dedicated partner equipped with expertise, experience and a commitment to safety. Whether you need an asbestos management survey, ongoing monitoring, or comprehensive management planning, we’re here to assist you every step of the way. 

Take action now to create a secure environment. Get in touch for a consultation, and let’s embark on your asbestos management journey together.

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Asbestos Management FAQs

The short answer is ‘no’. But it does have to be kept safe. That means you must prevent damage or exposure, monitor its condition, and take action if necessary.

Failing to manage asbestos can lead to long-term health risks for occupants and workers, legal liabilities, fines for non-compliance, and a negative impact on property values.

An asbestos register is a vital record that outlines the presence and condition of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a building. Regulations, like those set by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), mandate asbestos registers for certain buildings to ensure safety for occupants and workers.

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