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Asbestos and Hazardous Material Surveys
The law requires that if a commercial or industrial site was built before 2003. It requires an asbestos register in accordance with Chapter 8 of the Work Health and Safety Regulations 2011.
These surveys assess:
- Lead in paint and dust
- Synthetic mineral fibres
- Polychlorinated biphenyl’s
The National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) takes samples of those materials and test them in a lab. Soon, they’ll produce a report listing all the positive and negative readings and an easy-to-edit register of the building. It’ll list all the important details of any hazardous material including: location, size, condition, necessary actions to be taken, and will make future recommendations, highlighting particularly when the building’s next test should be done.
Asbestos Material and Survey Asbestos Audit
As the world has become more aware of the dangers of asbestos, ACM, and other dangerous materials, most has been asked of businesses when it comes to maintaining Occupational Health and Safety.
A NATA-accredited lab will have to test all the samples to produce the register (report) much in the same way as with the Hazardous Materials Survey above.
Do You Need A Register?
If the building over which you are responsible has had an asbestos survey before showing that it is safe or it was built in 2004 or later, you won’t require an asbestos register.
If a survey is done which does find asbestos, an asbestos register is compulsory, and must be updated when any of it is removed or made safe.
Hazardous Removal Company can efficiently and speedily assist with any need to comply with the above requirements.