FAQ's

Do you have a question about dealing with asbestos? Read on to view our answers to some commonly asked questions. If we haven’t answered your query here, or if you’d like more information, please contact us

Asbestos can potentially be found in any commercial or domestic building built or refurbished before the year 2000. Asbestos may have been used in pipes, lagging, water tanks, ceilings, floor tiles and other areas.

While the risks are significant, it is easier than you might think to identify and deal with asbestos.

The key is to get the right professional help as soon as possible. We can tell you more about asbestos surveys and other management services in a free consultation. Please get in touch to find out more.

An asbestos survey is an effective way to help you manage asbestos at your premises.

The survey will provide you with accurate information about the presence, type, condition and quantities of asbestos.

Under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, there is now a duty to manage the risk from asbestos. You are not legally obliged to have an asbestos survey, but it is highly recommended.

No, this is not required, providing that you manage the asbestos in accordance with CAR 2012 Regulations. You should ensure that you have a clear plan for managing the asbestos and use appropriate labelling, permit to work and regular inspection.

Under the 2012 Control of Asbestos regulations, organisations are required to legally comply with and address issues such as risk management, assessing risks to employees and asbestos awareness. We can advise you on the most cost effective and risk-free way to achieve this, from the control of asbestos regulations to ways to reduce the cost of managing asbestos in your properties.

With the right help, dealing with asbestos is more straightforward than you might think. The starting point is to get advice from qualified, experienced professionals. If you think this would benefit you, please contact us today for a free no-obligation appointment.

If you’re a landlord or you manage buildings for commercial or industrial use, you need to be aware that your duty to manage asbestos is a legal requirement under the control of CAR 2012 regulation 4.

This means that as well as assessing the presence and condition of any asbestos-containing materials, you must also effectively manage any asbestos which is found. While this may appear daunting, with the right support it is more straightforward than you might think. Contact us to book a free no-obligation on-site appointment.