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FLOW CHART - ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT

The process of managing asbestos

If you’re responsible for premises, managing any asbestos which may be present is a high priority. There are a number of rules regarding how to do this, but our flow chart makes it simple. What’s covered? More...

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The HSE indicates low confidence in asbestos removals

When the HSE was asked whether all asbestos-containing materials should be compulsorily removed from buildings, its comments gave an insight into its concerns about the asbestos removal industry. What’s the story? More...

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Firm dodged £800,000 asbestos fine by going bust

A company has been prosecuted after it was discovered that asbestos-containing materials it knew were present were left to deteriorate and spread fibres throughout a workplace. What measures should it have implemented? More...

ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT PLAN

What to include in your asbestos management plan

If you own or manage property, you have a duty to protect staff and others from asbestos risks. Use our new template document to help set out your arrangements. More...

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So you’ve had a survey. What next?

Realising that you have a duty to manage asbestos-containing materials within your building you’ve commissioned a specialist surveyor to identify them. Now the report has arrived, what must you do with it? More...

PERMIT TO WORK - ASBESTOS

Permitting work with asbestos

If you have asbestos in your building, the usual course of action is to leave it alone. So what should you do if planned works are likely to disturb it? Use our permit to work - asbestos to get it right. More...

ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT POLICY

Asbestos: keep it simple

Perhaps due to the serious consequences of getting it wrong, asbestos management policies tend to be overly complex. Use our short and to the point policy template to make your expectations clear. More...

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Must you tell the emergency services about asbestos?

You’ve heard that if you have asbestos in your property, you must provide the emergency services with details of what’s there and its condition. Is this really the case and, if so, how should you do it? More...

POLICIES & RECORDS - ASBESTOS STATEMENT

Make the statement “no asbestos here”

If you have proof that there are no asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) in your premises, you need to record this fact. You can do this using our new asbestos statement document. What’s covered? More...

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Plumber not warned about asbestos

As a council recently found out to its cost, having your buildings surveyed for asbestos isn’t enough if you want to avoid incidents. You actually need to do something with the information. What did it get wrong? More...
Last updated: 04.06.2020

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