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- Competitive prices
- 1st class references/reviews
- Fully Qualified (P402/BOHS)
- CAR 2012 & HSG 264 compliant
- Independent laboratory Analysis (UKAS accredited)
- Post survey support (removal/disposal)
All Our Services
A management survey locates and identifies the presence of any Asbestos Containing Material (ACM), as well as reporting on the extent of the identified asbestos. This is the standard survey required for any non-domestic building or communal area of apartment buildings built before the ban of the use of asbestos in 2000.
Refurbishment surveys are required before any construction or refurbishment projects, unless you can confirm that the building does not include asbestos (i.e. construction began after 2000). This includes work as small as changing light fittings or as big as partial or complete demolition. These surveys are more intrusive than a standard management survey.
Demolition surveys are more intrusive than standard management surveys, with the potential for asbestos disturbance. It is important that the area being surveyed is unoccupied other than the surveyors. This survey will ensure that any asbestos located within the building is accounted for as far as is reasonably practical.
Sampling With Analysis
Asbestos sampling should only be undertaken by a professional as the risks involved are high and the procedure is defined within current regulations. Qualified surveyors will deposit samples safely into a plastic container and forward to an independent UKAS accredited laboratory for analysis, which allows for the identification of asbestos.
Management & Inspection
Asbestos management plans include detail on the steps to take in order to safely manage any ACM which may have been found in your building. This can be provided after an asbestos management survey has taken place. These surveys and plans allow buildings to continue being used safely by visitors and occupants.
Fire Risk Assessment
Fire risk assessments report on the adequacy of any current precautions included within your business premises, as well as include recommendations of how to improve precautions going forward. Fire risk assessments should be reviewed in detail regularly in order to show compliance to current fire regulations for your building and business type.