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Asbestos - the Hidden Killer.

If you don't know if there is asbestos in your premises, you may have a problem. Contact us now for help with any asbestos issues:

advice; training; removal; inspection etc.

Click here for an "Asbestos Management Checklist."

Do you need an asbestos survey?

Asbestos is a Carcinogen (a cancer causing substance) and around 5,000 people die every year in the UK because of past exposure.

We can arrange an Asbestos Survey for you. You will deal with an expert. Whether you need advice on asbestos safety; an asbestos survey; asbestos removal or training, we aim to be the most cost-effective health and safety solution for your business.

Employers with premises have a legal duty to have in place an asbestos management plan and we can arrange a specialist survey for you. 

Just email us for more information and prices

NOTE: Workers that may be exposed to asbestos during the course of their work such as maintenance staff, electricians, plumbers, painters, carpenters, carpet-fitters, construction workers etc. MUST have annual asbestos awareness training.

Common mistake

Some employers make an error when undertaking construction, demolition or installation work. They look at the surfaces, see no evidence of asbestos and rely on the training or experience of workers to spot the substance during the work. However, this approach to asbestos management is not legal.

See what asbestos can looks like HERE

Whenever work will disturb materials in a building constructed before the year 1999, you must check if asbestos is present before

works commence. This will require a Refurbishment and Demolition type of Asbestos Survey.

Tip 1. Surveys have their limitations and check the report carefully to see if it covers all the parts which you are working on, especially if you will be removing top layers of materials or working in voids.

Tip 2. If the survey has excluded important areas, a qualified surveyor will usually need to be called back in. The only exception would be where the materials are visible and it is obvious that they are non-asbestos, e.g. brick, glass, wood, metal.

Download this free HSE guide now: EM1 What to do if you discover or accidentally disturb asbestos during your work

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