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How to Manage Asbestos in the Workplace
If you own, occupy, manage or have responsibilities for non-domestic premises which may contain asbestos, you have a legal duty to manage the risk or to fully co-operate with whoever manages that risk on your behalf.
Effective Management of Asbestos Removal Projects
Refurbishment or demolition projects that involve buildings built before 1985 inevitably contain significant levels of asbestos materials. Identification and removal of asbestos materials can be complex and may escalate if not correctly managed.
Many of today’s asbestos removal activities involve re-cleans of poorly managed historical asbestos removal works. In many of these cases, numerous attempts were made to remove the asbestos material, but residues were left in pipework, walls and voids.