The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 require every non-domestic property to have an Asbestos Management Plan. This document is intended to explain how the person responsible for the building, the Duty Holder, intends to manage the asbestos present to prevent persons being exposed to the asbestos.

Unfortunately this is not a one-off job for it will be required for as long as you have asbestos-containing materials present in your buildings.

The Asbestos Management Plan should be a simple document that addresses:

If you have a small building with limited amounts of asbestos containing materials that are in good condition the task can be as simple as the list describes. If you have more of a problem than this you may need some help.

We can help by:

  • Learning what you have in place already and how your systems and responsibilities are arranged.
  • Writing your Asbestos Management Plan.
  • Reviewing your Asbestos Management Plan to ensure it is kept up to date
  • Auditing your Asbestos Management Plan to ensure it is working
  • Provide Asbestos Training

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